Saturday, April 8, 2006

Maundy Thursday at Fatima Church, Lafayette

Prelude: O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden, Brahms
Procession: O Living Bread from Heaven (Aurelia)
Kyrie: Missa XVII
Gloria: Missa VIII/Sounding of the organs and bells
First Lesson, chanted, solemn tone
Gradual, Psalm 116
Second Lesson, chanted, solemn tone
Tract: Ab ortu solis
Holy Gospel, chanted, solemn tone
Lotio Pedum:The 7 Antiphons
Final antiphon: HYMN: Where Charity and Love Prevail, choir/cong.
Hymn: Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service (In Babylone)
Universal Prayer, chanted, tono recto
Presentation of the holy oils, versicles chanted, tono recto
O Salutaris #1, Elgar
Chorale: Soul, Adorn Thyself With Gladness, choir
O Lord I am Not Worthy, (Non sum dignus)
Sursum: intoned
Sanctus: Missa VIII
Benedictus: Missa VIII
Mysterium: Christ has died, etc.
Amen: Missa VIII
Pater: tone IV
Agnus: VIII (final petition: miserere nobis, instead of dona nobis pacem!) Ordinary
Ave Verum Corpus, DesPres, schola
Chorale: Lord, Jesus Christ, Thou Hast Prepared, choir
Christus Factus est, Palestrina
Hymn: O Jesus We Adore Thee, Cong. & choir
Hymn: Humbly We Adore, Cong. & choir
Pange Lingua, choir
Tantum Ergo, Smit, schola
Tantum Ergo, Wasner, schola


Brian Michael Page said...

Jason, impressive!
Who chants the readings at Fatima? I'd love to do something like that at Holy Ghost.

When I was at Holy Name we had a deacon that chanted the Gospel on high feasts.


Jason Pennington said...

My first tenor is chanting the lessons, Monsignor Provost is chanting the Gospels...for the passion, Provost is the Christus, my tenor is Synagogus and I'm the Cantor.