Good Friday
  • I would be interested to know what folks are planning for Good Friday. We have an "in transition" congregation and I would like to offer something better than the usual fare.
  • Planning to insert as much chant as we can in our N.O. liturgy (Psalm verses etc). Will also sing Aristotle's Crucem Tuam (a/4) during veneration of the Cross. Trying to talk Deacon into chanting the Passion but not much hope there.
  • francisfrancis
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    we are doing the crux fidelis (king of portugal), GC stabat mater, and maybe I will get them to sing one of the settings of O Vos Omnes that I composed last year.
  • Is there a proper text for the procession? I can't seem to recall when/if the Reproaches are sung.
  • Good Friday at St. Edward Newark, CA 3:00 PM & 7:30 PM (OF)
    Silent Entrance
    Responsorial Psalm setting by Fr. Jeffrey R. Keyes, CPPS
    Gradual: Christus factus est, Chant Mode 5
    Veneration of the Cross:
    Ecce lignum, Mode 6
    Crucem tuam, Mofe 4
    Improperia: Popule meus ... setting by Tomas Luis de Victoria
    Crux fidelis- Pange lingua gloriosi, Mode 1 Chant
    Communion:
    Adoramus te, Christe ... Chant
    Tenebrae factae sunt ... Marco-antonio Ingegneri
    Ave verum corpus ... William Byrd
    O Bone Jesu ... Marco-antonio Ingegneri
    Adoramus te, Christe ... Theo. Dubois
  • incantuincantu
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    When we were "transitioning" to chant, I did an English version of Crux fidelis set to PICARDY and unaccompanied.
  • francisfrancis
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    Incantu

    How was the translation?
  • incantuincantu
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    Actually, I just looked it up. It was Neale's "Sing My Tongue The Glorious Battle" (Pange lingua). The choir sang alternate verses in a very simple harmonization by Holst.