Recordings from Chant Intensive Mass January 8, 2010
  • chonakchonak
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    Here are some recordings from the Mass for Friday after Epiphany at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, at the end of the CMAA Winter Chant Intensive:

    Prelude: Ecce advenit (C. Tournemire)

    Prelude: Ecce advenit (M. Durufle)

    Introit: Ecce advenit

    Gradual: Omnes de Saba

    Alleluia: Vidimus stellam

    Homily: Fr. Gregory Wilson on: the manifestation of God

    Offertory: Reges Tharsis

    Hymn: Crudelis Herodes

    Sanctus: Mass I

    Agnus Dei: Mass I

    Communion: Vidimus stellam

    Motet: Cor Jesu (William Webbe)

    Chant: Christus vincit

    Postlude: Organ postlude (Couperin?)
  • mhjell
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    My wife and I had a wonderful time at this event. Quite a lot of material to absorb in a short time. It was wonderful to be with so many talented, dedicated people.
  • Wonderful work! Just listened to Communio. Great stuff.
  • kevinfkevinf
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    Woohoo, I am glad to see the Tournemire played as the Epiphany office is one of the more evocative of l'Orgue Mystique. Though I would kindly wish for a faster tempo for the piece. Oh, how I love the chants for Epiphany. They are just so visual.

    Great job gang. Everything is just glorious.
  • Hi,

    Does anyone have a PDF of the Cor Jesu (webbe) motet and a translation of the text, I think it is from the Litany of the Sacred Heart?

    Our Choir is going to be learning this and I would like to have the english text.


  • chonakchonak
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    FWIW, I fixed the audio links above.
  • MarkS
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    The postlude is not BWV 572, but rather the Offertoire from one of the Couperin masses (Mass for the Convents?). Otherwise, lovely stuff!
  • chonakchonak
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    Yes, thanks for reminding me to fix that: the 572 was on the program, but a substitution was made.