Monday, April 3, 2006

Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion at the Cathedral

Antiphon at 5.30, 7.30, 12.15: adapted from Gallican Chant (as printed in Hymnal 1982)

Antiphon at 9.30: Hosanna filio David -- Franz Schubert (Available HERE at CPDL)

Entrance Hymn: All Glory, Laud, and Honor / ST. THEODULPH

Psalm 22: Alexander Peloquin

Gospel Acclamation: chant

Offertory: All You Who Pass This Way -- Jacques Berthier

Offertory Anthem (9.30): When I Survey the Wondrous Cross -- Gilbert M. Martin

Sanctus XVIII

Mem. Acc. B: chant

Simple Amen

Pater Noster

Agnus Dei XVIII

Communion: Jesus, Remember Me -- Jacques Berthier

Silent Recessional


Brian Michael Page said...

The Peloquin Psalm 22 (assuming it's from the first "Songs of Israel" volume) is nothing less than beautiful.

My closing isn't exactly silent, but is close. It's "Sing my tongue" (using the crucifixion verses), Mode III, a cappella.

Question on the Martin "When I Survey" - is that the tune HAMBURG starting in D and modulates several times?


PhiMuAlpha2681 said...

I presume it's the same psalm, however I have it in octavo form, as "Psalm for Holy Week". It's the one with lots of major sevenths and other dissonances in the Gelineau-esque verses, with the simple "My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?" as the refrain.

Yes, the Martin arr. starts in D and modulates several times, with a very large ending. I guess it's the tune you mention....

do do re mi, re mi fa, mi re mi


Brian Michael Page said...

The Martin - yup! That's the badboy!

The Peloquin -
D|F#. E|D|EF#GF#|E. D|E? That's the only Ps. 22 I know of by him. The verses pick up some excitement toward the end?