Category Archives: gregorian

Conditor Alme Siderum

The lovely Advent vespers hymn, Conditor Alme Siderum, is the topic of a wonderful article/podcast by Fr Zuhlsdorf. Here’s an English translation, Creator of the stars of night, by John M Neale [This is the first hymn in the New … Continue reading

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Sacred, Beautiful & Universal

SACRED, BEAUTIFUL, & UNIVERSAL: Colloquium XIX

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Cathedral of the Madeleine

The Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City has beautiful mosaics and excellent music. Service Times Monday through Friday 7:30 AM Lauds 8:00 AM Mass 5:15 PM Mass 6:00 PM Vespers Saturday 7:30 AM Lauds 8:00 AM Mass 5:00 … Continue reading

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HomeScholing Kyriale

A Basic Kyriale – CD tracklist Sundays of Advent & Lent: 01 Kyrie XVII 02 Sanctus XVII 03 Agnus Dei XVII 04 Credo IV Sundays of Christmas: 05 Kyrie IX 06 Gloria IX 07 Sanctus IX 08 Agnus Dei IX … Continue reading

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Vatican Singing Norms

From an article at the New Liturgical Movement on Vatican Singing Norms: “The liturgy is celebrated in the Latin language, according to the Roman Rite. Gregorian chant has first place. The guest choir is expected to chant the Ordinary of … Continue reading

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Sung Mass at the Vatican

From an article by Jeffrey Tucker on music for Mass at the Vatican: For Easter, he chooses Mass I (Lux et Origo), along with Mass IV (Cunctipotens Genior Deus) for the Feast of the Apostles. He also uses Credo I, … Continue reading

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Gregorian Missal

The Novum Flumen schola uses The Parish Book of Chant and is just getting started. However, we look forward to being able to sight-read the propers of the Mass and will then start to also use the: Gregorian Missal – … Continue reading

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