Lent II at...
  • Presentation of the Lord Catholic Church
    Montgomery, Texas
    The Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter

    Lent II

    Propers - from The Saint Peter Gradual
    Ordinary - Missa Seraphica, Francis Burgess

    Processional Hymn - O Wondrous Type, WAREHAM
    Offertory Anthem - View Me, Lord, Lloyd
    Communion Hymn - Behold our Lord Transfigured, EWING
    Communion Motet - Parce Mihi Domine, Morales
    Closing Hymn - Christ Whose Glory Fills the Skies, RATISBON
  • St. Aelred Catholic Church
    Bishop, Georgia
    The Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter

    Ordinaries: Englished Mass XVII w/ Merbecke Decalogue
    Prelude: omitted
    Procession: Lord Jesus, Think on Me
    Asperges: a la Anglican Use Gradual
    Introit: Palmer and Burgess Plainchant Gradual
    Gradual: St. Peter Gradual
    Tract: St. Peter Gradual
    Credo: recto tono
    Offertory: Palmer and Burgess Plainchant Gradual
    Offertory Hymn: Lord in This Thy Mercy's Day
    Communion: Palmer and Burgess Plainchant Gradual
    Communion Other: Lenten Prose
    Recessional: There's a Wideness in God's Mercy
    Postlude: omitted
  • The Cincinnati Oratory / Old St Mary’s Church
    Cincinnati, Ohio

    Full Proper (GR) except fauxbourdon Tract
    Mass XVII, Credo I
    Witt, Meditabor
    Compère, O bone Jesu, illumina oculus
    Aures ad nostras, plainsong
    The glory of these forty days (SPIRES)
  • except fauxbourdon Tract

    Which one?
  • Fr Tozer’s actually — his tracts are beautifully harmonized plainchant melodies.
  • Processional Hymn: All Ye Who Would the Christ Descry sung to 'ERHALT UNS HERR'
    Introit (GR)
    Kyrie - Mass XVII
    Resp. Psalm: Ostrowski
    Gospel Acclamation - 'Praise and Honor' set to the 'Orbis Factor Kyrie' tune - verse attached
    Offertory Motet: O Nata Lux - Tallis
    Offertory Chant (GR)
    Sanctus - Mass XVIII
    Agnus Dei - Mass XVII
    Communion Chant (GR)
    Communion Motets: Visionem Quam Vidistis - Ambrosio Cotes
    Light Everlasting - Olaf C. Christiansen
    Recessional Hymn: Tis Good, Lord, To Be Here
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    St David of Wales, Richmond Calif.

    "The glory of these forty days" OLD 100th (sans orgues)
    Missa XI Orbis factor
    (Parish Book of Psalms)
    Praise & honor (Orbis factor/tonus pergrinus)
    Off. Palestrina: Quicumque Christum quaeritis
    Visionem quam vidistis (American Gradual)
    "Tis good Lord to be here" SWABIA
    "Lord Who throughout these forty days" ST FLAVIAN
    Thanked by 2tomjaw CHGiffen
  • Jeffrey Quick
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    St. Mary, Akron OH, 1PM Mass-which-shall-not-be-advertised

    Processional/Recessional: God of mercy and compassion (harm. Tate Pumfrey)
    Gregorian propers (psalm-tone includes on Gradual and Tract, because Father knows best, amirite??)
    Mass XVII, Credo II
    Offertory: Jesus decus angelicum (19th c. hymn)
    Communion: O magne pater (Hildegard of Bingen)

    We were going to do the Missa pro quadragesima secundum sanctum choralem, MH551 (Michael Haydn), but I have several key absences leaving the top too weak, so we'll do it next week. The soprano is the easiest part, but it does need to be solid. The other parts are..well...quite a bit less easy. I'm leaving the bass to the continuo and singing tenor so my other male has some support.
    Thanked by 2tomjaw CHGiffen
  • St. Paul Cathedral; Pittsburgh, PA

    (I am not the director of music, just a PIP!)

    Entrance: Word of God, Come Down on Earth (LIEBSTER JESU)
    Kyrie: from Mass XVI
    Psalm: Psalm 116 (Proulx/Gelineau)
    Acclamation: “Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ…” by Peter Latona
    Offertory: How Good, Lord, to be Here! (SWABIA)
    Sanctus: from Mass XVIII
    Mystery of Faith: “Save us, Savior…” from ICEL Mass
    Amen: from A Community Mass (Proulx)
    Agnus Dei: from Mass XVIII
    Communion: “The Vision You have Seen” (C. Thatcher)
    Recessional: O Radiant Christ, Incarnate Word (WAREHAM)

    They do a wide array of music here in Pittsburgh. I have to say it works well, and the people sing.
  • tomjaw
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    The usual place and time...

    Asperges ad lib II
    INT. Reminiscere (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    Kyrie XVII (First Kyrie)
    GRAD. Tribultiones (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    TRACT. Confitemini (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    OFF. Meditabor (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    OFF. Motet. Summi Largitor Premii (Sarum Matins Hymn)
    COM. Intellige (Graduale Romanum 1924)
    COM motet. Quaenam lingua tibi (Vespers hymn for the Feast of the Lance and Nails)
    COM motet. Salvete Clavi et Lancea ( Matins and Lauds hymn for the Feast of the Lance and Nails)
    Benedicamus XVII (Second tone)
    Domine salvum fac (Tonus Regalis)
    Ave Regina Caelorum (Simple tone)
  • rich_enough
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    Sts. Cyril and Methodius Oratory, Bridgeport, Connecticut (ICKSP)

    No solo organ music

    Proper Gregorian chants of the day: Reminiscere

    Mass Ordinary: Mass XVII (with Kyrie "A" for Lent); Credo I

    Music at the Offertory: Attende, Domine - chant, mode v

    Motets at the Communion: (1) Hic est Filius meus dilectus - Diego de las Muelas (+1748)
    (2) Peccantem me quotidie - Thomas Crecquillon (+ c.1557)

    Marian antiphon: Ave regina caelorum (simple tone) - chant, mode vi

    Hymn: O Light of Light by Love Inclined (BABYLON'S STREAMS) - English version of Sarum hymn for the feast of the Transfiguration, O nata lux.
    Thanked by 2CHGiffen tomjaw
  • Music at St. Mary's in Norwalk, CT

    We sang a Mass composed by one of our tenors, set in a minimalist style.

    Full Gregorian propers, including Offertory verses from the Offertoriale Triplex
    Mass Ordinary: Missa Meditabor by Terrence B. Fay
    Offertory Motet: Ave Regina caelorum by Orlande de Lassus
    Communion Motet: Tribulationes civitatum by William Byrd
    Ave Regina caelorum (simple Tone)
  • m_r_taylor
    Posts: 314
    Asperges me (Englished: Thou shalt purge me...)
    Propers: Palmer-Burgess
    Kyrie, Sanctus, Agnus Dei: Fourth Communion Service (Mass IX, Englished)
    Creed: from Shaw's "Anglican Folk Mass"
    Offertory Hymn: Lord Who Throughout These Forty Days
    Offertory Chant ad libitum: Maria Mater Gratiae
    Communion: I Am the Resurrection (Tomkins), I Know That My Redeemer Liveth (Tomkins), Ave Regina Caelorum in Latin and also Englished by our director
    Closing Hymn: Turn Back, O Man
  • Bombarde16
    Posts: 111
    Proto-Cathedral of St. Peter, Jefferson City, MO

    (9am NO)

    Introit: Remember your Compassion, O Lord (Fr. Weber, option ii)
    Procession: Lord, Who Through These Forty Days (St. Flavian)
    Kyrie: Mass of the Immaculate Conception (Peter Latona)
    Psalm: R&A
    Acclamation: R&A
    Offertory: 'Tis Good Lord To Be Here (Swabia)
    Sanctus - Agnus Dei: German Mass (Schubert/Proulx)
    Communio: Fr. Weber, option ii
    Hymn: What Wondrous Love is This
    Motet: Jesu Dulcis Memoria (attr. Victoria)
    Recessional: Christ be our Light
    Thanked by 2CHGiffen tomjaw
  • opus2080
    Posts: 13
    Parish of the Holy Savior
    Rumford Maine

    Introit (Sunday)Source and Summit
    Processional (Saturday) Christ Whose Glory (Dix)
    Kyrie Missa Simplex
    Psalm / Gospel Verse Source and Summit
    Offertory Tis Good Lord to be Here
    Offertory Chant
    Ordinary Mass XVIII (Latin)
    Mystery of Faith Save us Savior (ICEL chant)
    Communion Chant Source and Summit
    Hymn What Wondrous Love is This/Soul of my Savior
    Recessional Lord Who Throughout These Forty Days
    Thanked by 1CHGiffen
  • Bombarde16
    Posts: 111
    My favorite hymn for Transfiguration (that I wish I could use) has always been "O Wondrous Type, O Vision Fair"... But I'll take "come with us to the plain..." Over alot of other stuff!
  • ServiamScores
    Posts: 2,720
    We did that to Agincourt. One of my all-time favorites.
    Thanked by 1tomjaw
  • CGM
    Posts: 683
    Novus Ordo Mass
    Introit (as a prelude, alas): Tibi dixit, Gregorian plainsong (in Latin, a cappella)
    Entrance Hymn: Tis good Lord, to be here (SWABIA)
    Kyrie: XVII C (in Latin), with organ accompaniment
    Psalm & Gospel Verse: Ignatius Pew Missal, Weber OSB
    Offertory motet: O nata lux, Denis Mason (a cappella)
    Sanctus & Agnus Dei: Mass XVII (in Latin), with organ accompaniment
    Communion chant: Hic est Filius (in English), from Fr. Weber's Propers of the Mass
    (a cappella)
    Communion motet: Visionem, Ambrosio Cotes (a cappella)
    Communion hymn: What wondrous love (WONDROUS LOVE)
    Exeunt hymn: O wondrous type (AGINCOURT)
    Choral postlude: Nunc tempus acceptabile (in English), from Fr. Weber's Hymnal of the Hours
    (a cappella)
  • davido
    Posts: 873
    It would be very interesting to know what hymnal everyone uses (or if hymns are in worship aid)
  • m_r_taylor
    Posts: 314
    The Hymnal 1940
    Thanked by 2CHGiffen tomjaw
  • Bombarde16
    Posts: 111
    Gather 3 and heritage miss.......... (Ope, sorry, I just threw up in my mouth while writing that....)
    Thanked by 1CHGiffen
  • I drew from the Hymnal 1940. Our communion hymn was written by Fr. Christopher Phillips, long time pastor at Our Lady of the Atonement in San Antonio (the ordinariate use founding parish).

    Behold our Lord transfigured.
    In Sacrament Divine;
    His glory deeply hidden,
    ‘neath forms of Bread and Wine.
    Our eyes of faith behold Him,
    Salvation is outpoured,
    The Savior dwells among us,
    By ev’ry heart adored

    No longer on the mountain
    with Peter, James, and John
    Our precious savior bids us
    to walk where saints have gone.
    He has no lasting dwelling,
    Save in the hearts of men;
    He feeds us with his body,
    to make us whole again.

    With Moses and Elijah,
    We worship Christ our King;
    Lord, make our souls transfigured,
    Let us with angels sing.
    Lead us in paths of glory,
    Give tongues to sing thy praise;
    Lord Jesus, keep us faithful,
    Now and for all our days.
  • ghmus7
    Posts: 1,464
    Simplex Mass Proulx
    No Prelude

    The Glory of These Forty Days
    Psalm Chabanel
    Tract "Praise and Honor..." Hurd/Missa Orbis F.
    Offertory What Wondrous Love is This (Free Harmonization)
    Communio: Visionem
    Marian Antiphon: Ave Regina Caelorum
    Hymn: This is our Accepted Time
    No postlude
    Thanked by 1CHGiffen
  • TCJ
    Posts: 966
    For 'Tis Good to Be Here, 'tis good to stop after three verses so you can avoid that pesky part about the plain.