A wonderful way to get volunteers singing SATB polyphony immediately!
Easy Polyphony For Amateurs
This SATB setting by Father Lhoumeau—although contemporary—certainly adheres to the “rule” of Pope Saint John Paul II.
These pieces for “SAB” (Soprano, Alto, Bass) were commissioned by our organization for the National Eucharistic Revival.
We already released Part 2; today we release Part 1.
I recorded all the voices, to demonstrate how it sounds…
Many centuries ago, this was a “trope” (poetic extension) for a Responsory.
During November, our parish sings hymns to Christ the King, All Saints, and the Faithful Departed.
The month of November is dedicated to the souls in Purgatory.
Including more information about the “Pope Pius XII Hymnal.”
Once these songs get into your head, they won’t leave easily—but that’s okay!
Salve Regina is still in season for another three months. You have plenty of time to learn this simple yet satisfying piece.
If you enjoy juicy dissonances and hearing the sun dart in and out of the clouds, you’ll love this modern setting of an ancient text.
This *might* be the most beautiful 45 seconds in music—Father Guerrero’s compositions are truly awe-inspiring!
Now that choirs are beginning to come back…