Trinity Sunday 2023
  • tomjaw
    Posts: 2,725
    Another day another set of polyphonic Propers...

    Asperges (1st Version)
    Int. Benedicta sit sancta (Heinrich Isaac)
    Kyr. Mass II
    Glo. Mass II
    Grad. Chant from the Graduale Roman 1924
    All. Alleluia: Benedictus es, Domine (Heinrich Isaac)
    Crd. Credo I
    Off. Chant from the Graduale Roman 1924
    Off. Motet. Tres sunt from Duo Seraphim (Tomás Luis de Victoria)
    San. Mass II
    Ben. Mass II
    Agn. Mass II
    Com. Benedicimus Deum caeli (Heinrich Isaac) alternated with psalm verses
    Com motet. Adesto sancta Trinitas, Vespers Hymn (Dominican melody)
    Prayer for the King: Domine Salvum Fac, from a Jacobite Manuscript c.1740.
    Salve Regina, Solemn tone

    Many thanks to @CCooze and CPDL for providing the polyphonic settings.
  • Another day another set of polyphonic Propers.

    Wow. You know that not everyone manages that, right?
    Thanked by 3tomjaw LauraKaz Carol
  • Bombarde16
    Posts: 129
    St. Peter Catholic Church
    Jefferson City, MO

    NO Mass.

    Prelude: Praeludium in C (BuxWV 137; through the end of the fugue, ending before the Chaconne.)
    Introit: Weber Proper of the Mass (PoTM), Blest Be God the Father....
    Processional Hymn: Come Thou, Almighty King (Italian Hymn)
    Kyrie & Gloria: Heritage Mass
    Psalm: Theodore Marier Fauxbourdon (Edited by Nicholas Liese)
    Alleluia: Graduale Simplex, Mode I
    Offertory: Holy, Holy, Holy (Nicea)
    Sanctus: Heritage
    Mem. Acc. & Amen: Roman Missal Chants (acapella)
    Agnus: Heritage
    Communio: Weber PoTM, Since You Are Children of God...
    Motet: Cantata Domino (Pitoni)
    Hymn: Paris Angelicus
    Recessional: Praise the Lord, Ye Heavens Adore Him (Hymn of Joy)
    Postlude: Chaconne from BuxWV 137

    Looking forward to finishing out the first year of my new schola this next week! The second year of their existence will bring much more chant and truly sacred music! (As well as occasionally transplanting the offetory or processional hymns with the introit and offertory chants in their proper place! Imagine that!)
  • PaxTecum
    Posts: 307
    NO Mass

    Prelude: improvisation
    Hymn: Holy, Holy, Holy
    Introit (gruaduale romanum 1974)
    Missa De Angelis
    Psalm: Royce Nickel
    alleluia mode vi
    Offertory (graduale romanum 1974) & improvisation
    Communion (graduale romanum 1974)
    Communion Motet: Ave Verum Corpus for mezzo soprano & baritone (Perosi)
    Marian Antiphon: Salve Regina
    Hymn: O God Almighty Father
  • LarsLars
    Posts: 119
    Paris Angelicus - I like that one
    Thanked by 3tomjaw Bombarde16 Carol
  • CatholicZ09
    Posts: 273
    Novus Ordo - St. Paul Cathedral; Pittsburgh, PA

    Processional: Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!
    Gloria: Mass for the Immaculate Conception (P. Latona)
    Psalm: M. Guimont
    Alleluia: P. Latona
    Offertory: Come Now, Almighty King
    Parts: Mass for the Immaculate Conception (P. Latona)
    Communion: Blessed be God (E. Englert)
    Recessional: O God, Almighty Father
    Thanked by 2DavidOLGC CHGiffen
  • davido
    Posts: 893
    Mass of Thanksgiving by newly ordained son of the parish

    Hymns: Come thou Almighty King MOSCOW, I bind unto myself today ST PATRICKS BREASTPLATE, Abide with me,EVENTIDE, Holy Holy Holy NICAEA
    Psalm: Source and Summit
    Alleluia: Mode Vi, arr. Peter Carter
    Mass ordinary: Gloria VIII in English; Sanctus/Agnus Roman Missal arr. Peter Carter
  • trentonjconn
    Posts: 564
    St. Aelred, Bishop GA (Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter)
    Sung Mass at 10:45am

    Ordinaries: Willan Missa Maria Magdalena
    Prelude: Allein Gott in der Höhe Sei Ehr, Pachelbel
    Recitation of the Athanasian Creed before Mass
    Procession: From All That Dwell Below the Skies
    Introit: St. Peter Gradual
    Gradual: St. Peter Gradual
    Alleluia: St. Peter Gradual
    Credo: recto tono, accompanied
    Offertory: St. Peter Gradual
    Offertory Hymn: Holy, Holy, Holy
    Communion: St. Peter Gradual, followed by a Guilmant elevation
    Recessional Hymn: Holy God We Praise Thy Name
    Postlude: Postlude on "Holy God," Peeters
  • ServiamScores
    Posts: 2,765
    Entrance Hymn: Holy Holy Holy (NICÆA)
    Entrance Antiphon: Fr. Weber 1729
    Kyrie ‘de Angelis’. [then Proulx’s Community Mass]
    “Psalm” • Canticle of Daniel
    Festal Alleluia
    Offertory Hymn: All Hail Adored Trinity (OLD 100TH) (Smattering of verses compiled from a few different old hymnals)
    [Mysterium Fidei in Latin]
    Communion Antiphon: Fr. Weber 1742 (verses alternatum men/women)
    Communion "Hymn": Athanasian Creed (Quiqumque Vult) to the anglican chant tone styled after James O’Donnell's Psalm 139.
    Salve Regina (plainchant)
    Postlude: Intro and Toccata from Denis Bédard's Suite on "Nous Chanterons Pour Toi, Seigneur" (Old 100th)
  • SalieriSalieri
    Posts: 3,177
    Novus Ordo: the people are encouraged to take part in the Ordinary, Entrance Chant, Psalm, Alleluia, Communion Refrain, and Hymns.

    Prelude: R/. Benedicta sit (mode II) -- Cantus Selecti
    Entrance Chant: Blessed be the Holy Trinity -- By Flowing Waters (Ford) (This chant is based on an Antiphon in the Graduale Simplex that is extracted from the R/. Benedicta sit which was sung as the prelude.)
    Kyrie: VIII
    Gloria: VIII
    Psalm: Ps. 148, R/. Praise God in the highest -- By Flowing Waters (Ford)
    Alleluia: melismatic mode II (cf. "Dies sanctificatus") -- Parish Book of Chant
    Offertory: Blessed be God the Father -- Proper of the Mass (Weber)
    Hymn: Holy, Holy, Holy (NICAEA)
    Sanctus: VIII
    Acclamation: Save us, Savior of the world -- People's Mass (Vermulst/Proulx)
    Agnus Dei: Ad libitum II, with organum
    Communion: Since you are children of God -- Proper of the Mass (Weber) with Psalm verses: after each verse and before the repetition of the Antiphon after the Gloria, people's Refrain: Taste and see -- Lumen Christi Simple Gradual (Bartlett)
    Hymn: Chwała i dziękczynienie
    Anthem: O Thou Immortal, Holy Light (TALLIS'S CANON, arr. Gaida)
    Closing: Antiphon: Maryjo Królowo Polski
    Postlude: Toccata in G major (forget the BuxWV number) Dietrich Buxtehude
  • Jeffrey Quick
    Posts: 2,060
    St. Sebastian, Akron OH.

    The only fancy thing that was done was the Dering Duo Seraphim, which I sang with the most capable woman in the group. We did it from opposite ends of the loft (organist in the middle), chori spezzati with very small chori. Pretty much everything else was chant Ordinary and Proper, but they're doing both much better these days.
    Thanked by 2CHGiffen tomjaw
  • We managed Mass II, Credo I, and a 3-part setting of O Lux Beata Trinitas which I inherited, but I don't know who wrote it. It sounds Dufay-ish.

    In the future, I'm thinking of setting a portion of the Lorica of St. Patrick for Trinity Sunday. I'll probably start with a psalm tone version and move up from there.
    Thanked by 2tomjaw CHGiffen
  • rich_enough
    Posts: 1,038
    Sts. Cyril and Methodius Oratory, Bridgeport, Connecticut (ICKSP)

    Organ Prelude: O ux beata Trinitas (from Chantworks) - Gerald Near (b. 1942)

    Hymn: Father Most Holy (NOCTE SURGENTES)

    Proper Gregorian chants of the feast: Benedicta sit

    Mass Ordinary: Mass XII (Pater cuncta); Credo III

    Motet at the Offertory: Laudate Dominum in sanctis (Ps. 150) - Giuseppe Pitoni

    Motets at the Communion:
    (1) Jubilate Deo a 4 - Lassus
    (2) Astant angelorum chori - Peter Kwasniewski (b. 1971)

    Hymn: Holy God We Praise Thy Name (GROSSER GOTT)

    Organ Postlude: Gloria tibi Trinitas - Thomas Tallis
    Thanked by 2tomjaw CHGiffen