• Lawrence
    Posts: 123
    This piece has nothing to do with the present liturgical season, but it's probably one of my better pieces, and I'm trying to figure out how this whole attachment thing works. So, here ya go.
  • G
    Posts: 1,397
    Thank you, Michael, it opened beautifully for me.

    (Save the Liturgy, Save the World)
  • OlbashOlbash
    Posts: 314
    Nicely done. A worthy addition to the repertoire, especially for those of us who don't have four-part women's choirs to sing the Durufle!

    -- Michael
  • francis
    Posts: 10,711
    Michael:

    Do you have any recordings that we might hear it?
  • G
    Posts: 1,397
    Ah, Mr. Olbash -- were your ears burning?
    Nice to see you posting here!

    (Save the Liturgy, Save the World)
  • OlbashOlbash
    Posts: 314
    They're a little toasty from the cabernet, but that's about all. :)

    Maestro Lawrence, a belated congratulations on your recent publication in the Cantica Nova catalog, "O Sacrum Convivium."
  • Lawrence
    Posts: 123
    Thank you, Olbash.

    Francis--
    Sorry; you'll have to use your internal ears:-)
  • francis
    Posts: 10,711
    Michael:

    I was just wondering if you ever recorded it being performed, especially for others on this board to hear. (I played it numerous times on my system as soon as you posted it), however, I was thinking of everyone else here who might like to hear it.
  • ghmus7
    Posts: 1,475
    Thank you for your contribution!
    Just a suggestion: I don't know what notation software you are using, but you might use slurs over notes that are are more than one note to a syllabul, as in most published music, it is easier for singers to grasp the phrase.
    Keep Writing!
    GH