Sophia Institute Press has made a huge announcement regarding the 3rd edition.
Only fellow choirmasters know how much work choirmasters do “behind the scenes.”
I recorded all the voices, to demonstrate how it sounds…
Vatican II said: “Pastors must see to it that Vespers is celebrated in parishes on Sundays and the more solemn feasts” (SC §100).
It may be an ugly booklet, but it got the job done yesterday.
Including more information about the “Pope Pius XII Hymnal.”
A massively underrated composer died 500 years ago today.
Three (3) bullet points, written on a single sheet of paper.
Actual hymn lyrics: “Is it spooky? Is it weird?”
Can Protestant translations be dangerous? This paper presents items worth considering.
The ability of your singers to sight-read music instantly does not guarantee a good performance.
Readers will enjoy perusing this book.
A bizarre 1976 letter seeks “priest hunters” in the diocese of Fresno.
Throughout my career, I have tried to follow the advice Cardinal Mercier gave the young Fulton J. Sheen.
The second part has blank staves—so you can compose your own organ harmonies!
This is—perhaps—the most phenomenally gorgeous piece ever written.
This hymn was originally for the Assumption, but now can be used on various Marian feasts.
What I played from yesterday…
This piece works well in the “OF” (Ordinary Form) and also the “EF” (Extraordinary Form).
After more than a year of Vespers having been forbidden (due to Covid-19) we’re back!