“The more I learn about Marier, the more I am inspired to be a better human being.” —Richard J. Clark
Dr Theodore Marier
One priest on this committee said something I’ll never forget…
Including an “added bonus” I discovered while researching Julius Bas (an Italian musicologist and organist).
As Americans, we’re “bred from birth” to think of ourselves as little gods who already know everything and require no correction.
“One person I spoke to frequently—although I never met him…” (?)
This treatise (324 pages) is a “must read” for anyone who cares about liturgical music in the Catholic Church.
Father Valentine used to say: “The cemeteries are full of people who thought they were indispensable.”
If you fail to carefully plan your rehearsal, you’ll be eaten alive. And rightfully so!
“Once there were lost islands, but most of them have been found…”
The Pentecost Sequence harmonized by Father Green, Father Jones, Dom Gregory Murray, Max Springer, Achille P. Bragers, and more!
Did you know I communicate with dead Catholic composers? I’m not joking.
Covid-19 has forced many parishes to remove all hymnals from their pews: A perfect opportunity for change!