Monday, September 19, 2005

MUSIC for SUNDAY XXVI at HOLY GHOST CHURCH

SEPTEMBER 25, 2005
SUNDAY XXVI

Sat. 4:30 / Sun. 7:30, 9, 10:30 (Senior choir)

INTROIT (10:30): Tone 8G (Latin text from the Gregorian Missal)
PROCESSIONAL HYMN: KING'S WESTON - At the name of Jesus
KYRIE: Parrot the celebrant
GLORIA (10:30): Peloquin - Gloria of the Bells
PSALM: Tone 8G - Remember your mercies, O Lord
ALLELUIA: Mode VI
OFFERTORY HYMN: IN BABILONE - There's a wideness in God's mercy
SANCTUS: Mass XVIII (Latin)
MYSTERIUM and PER IPSUM: Peloquin - Mass of the Bells
LORD'S PRAYER: chanted (English)
AGNUS DEI: Mass XVIII (Latin)
COMMUNION HYMN: Mode VI - Ubi Caritas (Latin)
COMMUNION PROPER (10:30): Tone 8G (Latin text from the Gregorian Missal)
RECESSIONAL HYMN: LAUDA ANIMA - Praise, my soul, the King of heaven

In response to a question on last week's posting, my repeating of "Praise, my soul, the King of heaven" - at the beginning of the month, the parish took this hymn NEW. May not be new to many organists, but (unfortunately) is new to many Catholic parishes, at least around here. I think in my years I've heard ONE organist do "Praise my soul". When I take something new, I repeat it for 3-4 weeks at a time so that the people will have it down, and I can safely use it again a few weeks later down the line. :-)

+In Christ,
BMP

1 comment:

Matthew Meloche said...

I love King's Weston.