With just one click, you can access many great articles for the reform of the Catholic Liturgy.
Here are some cool links you can check out:
http://www.cantemusdomino.net/browsing_library/ - from Aristotle Esguerra's blog, "The Confessions of a Recovering Choir Director". These are articles from a wide array of authors.
http://www.canticanova.com/art_main.htm - Musical Musings from CanticaNOVA Publications, from many authors, including (certainly not limited to) CanticaNOVA's own Gary Penkala.
http://www.adoremus.org - It would be well worth your while to check out the Adoremus website. Adoremus is really on top of what's been going on - articles on music, Mass translation, letters and encyclicals from our Holy Father (and many of his Predecessors), and other official documents, including a link to the GIRM (General Instruction of the Roman Missal) - or in Latin, IGMR (Instructionis Generalis Missalis Romanis). There is also the Adoremus Bulletin, which is published monthly. You can read it online for free, but it's well worth the $25 for a membership. The site will tell you the many membership benefits.
This is just the start of a recent awareness that "Restoration of the Sacred" needs to happen, and is in the works. Not to mention the same awareness coming from many of the newly-ordained priests I've run into recently, as well as some young seminarians.
Enjoy the fruits of these labors by all means.