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Antiphon: O Virtus Sapientiae

This is my very favorite piece of music by St. Hildegard von Bingen. It is very mysterious, which is not surprising as she was a great mystic. 231 more words

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According to the principles of DOM ANDRE MOCQUEREAU OF SOLESMES

NlHIL OBSTAT January 7th, 1923, Baltimore, Md. 19 more words


Music for 13th Sunday OT, 28th June 2020

Mass setting: De Angelis, Credo III

1.Opening Motet

2. Introit

3. Psalm

4 & 6. Alleluia and Communion

5. Offertory motet

7. Recessional



Gregorian Chant: Perfect Music for the Sacred Liturgy

Below is an excellent lecture on the history, characteristics, qualities, and purpose of Gregorian Chant. I too have a love for Gregorian Chant and I sing it as part of a men’s Latin Schola in my parish for the 7:30 AM Sunday Mass, which is Novus Ordo, but is more solemn and traditional. 73 more words


Weekly update - 17th June 2020

As the music we sing lends itself to great expressions of the highs and lows of human existence, it was perhaps fitting that choir returned this week with extremes of sadness and happiness: happiness at seeing each other and returning to the music we love, but sadness at mourning the loss of a much loved choir member and friend. 916 more words


FREE Download — Praying the Traditional Latin Mass & Vespers at Home on Pentecost Sunday

The Spirit of the Lord has filled the whole world, alleluia; and that which contains all things has knowledge of the voice. Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia.  936 more words

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Virtual Schola Gregoriana of Cebu sings the Sequence of Pentecost

Several months have passed since the members of the Schola Gregoriana of Cebu (the musical arm of the Cebuano Summorum Pontificum Society a.k.a. the Latin Mass Society of Cebu) have chanted together.  1,382 more words

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