Excerpts from Colloquium XXIII
  • chonakchonak
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    A field recording of our Night Prayer/Compline from the first evening of the Colloquium is on-line here.

    It'll be sung partly in Latin on Tuesday and fully in Latin on Friday.
    [note: I corrected an earlier mistake in this line. The half-and-half Compline was sung on Tuesday evening.]
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  • chonakchonak
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    A field recording of the weekday Mass for Tuesday at the Cathedral of the Madeleine (about 72 minutes).

    Principal celebrant: Rev. Robert Pasley, CMAA chaplain
    Assisting: Rev. Mr. Edward Schaefer


    Mass, ordinary form, in English

    David Hughes, organist
    Ordinary chants from the Roman Missal
    Simple English Propers by Adam Bartlett

    Prelude (excerpt on recording): Intermezzo, JA 66, Jehan Alain
    Introit: Hearken, O Lord, unto my voice, mode iv
    Kyrie: Missal
    Psalm: Praise the Lord, my soul, mode vii
    Alleluia: I give you a new commandment, mode ii
    Prayer of the faithful: Missal
    Offertory: I will bless the Lord, mode i (Mahrt)
    Motet at Offertory: Honour and Majesty, Maurice Greene
    Sanctus: Missal
    Memorial acclamation: Missal
    The Lord’s Prayer: Missal
    Sign of peace: Missal
    Agnus Dei: Missal
    Communion: One thing have I asked, mode vii
    Motet at Communion: O for a Closer Walk With God, Charles Villiers Stanford
    Recessional: When in Our Music God Is Glorified, Stanford
    Postlude: Joie et clarité des corps glorieux (Les Corps Glorieux), Olivier Messiaen
  • chonakchonak
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    Archbishop Alexander Sample (Portland, OR) addressed the colloquium today (approx. 60 minutes) on the spirit of the liturgy, as discussed in the book of that name by Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger):