“Truly Perplexing” • Pope Francis’ Motu Proprio
This fabulous technique is common in Germanic countries…
Does plainsong work in English? It actually can!
This is a large file (172 MB), but trust me! You will love it.
A perfect canon is the hardest thing to compose—and this is one!
This *might* be the most beautiful 45 seconds in music—Father Guerrero’s compositions are truly awe-inspiring!
Here’s what I currently have…but several of these draft copies are pretty ugly!
There is a great need for simple polyphonic pieces arranged for 2 voice and 3 voices.
“Man cannot understand this, cannot perceive it; but a lively faith affirms that the change—which is outside the natural course of things—takes place.” (Ladua Sion, v12)
We’ve decided to try an experiment, with assistance from one of my favorite composers: Giovanni Maria Nanino (d. 1607).
Did you realize there are two versions of this famous hymn?
Now that choirs are beginning to come back…
The Pentecost Sequence harmonized by Father Green, Father Jones, Dom Gregory Murray, Max Springer, Achille P. Bragers, and more!
What is the best way to get your choir singing when they first return? Here are some tips…
Paul Inwood has unwittingly committed a rookie’s error here…
“Custom preserves many things in liturgy after their first reason has ceased.” —Father Adrian Fortescue
What is a Catholic Hymnal? How old are these hymns?
There are so many wonderful Gregorian hymns, but the “HYMN TO SAINT JOSEPH” is my favorite.
Sophia Institute Press has authorized us to release marvelous secrets about the 3rd edition!
Also provided: an organ accompaniment for “Jam Christe Sol Justitiae” (an ancient Catholic hymn for Lent).