Wednesday, October 25, 2006

All Saints Day at the Cathedral

Tues. 5:30 pm, Wed. 12 noon
(Also Wed. 6:45 am with no music, and 9:30 school Mass with their own music)

Prelude: Prelude on "For All the Saints" - Paul Bouman

Entrance: For All the Saints / SINE NOMINE

Gloria: Carroll T. Andrews

Psalm 24: Michel Guimont

Celtic Alleluia

Offertory: Blest are They

Sanctus, etc.: Community Mass

Agnus Dei: Proulx in F

Communion: This is the Feast / FESTIVAL CANTICLE

Recessional: Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones / LASST UNS ERFREUEN

Postlude: Lasst uns erfreuen -- Randall DeBruyn


Carol ReMarks said...

My son's birthday; All Saint's Day.

Brian Michael Page said...

We have no vigil (anticipated, that is) Mass for All Saints at Holy Ghost. On the day we have 7 AM (pastor leads a cappella) and 7 PM (choir, directed by yours truly).

Cantor said...

Ah, gotta do the Haas, eh?

Yeah, I’ll probably use that one, too.

If you ever get a choir, or four capable soloists, for All Saints, check out Michael Haydn’s “Sancti Dei omnes” on CPDL. Nice little piece.

Brian Michael Page said...

I'm doing one I wrote in 1991 called "Remember, Lord, thy servants", which has the verses on the Beatitudes and sung in a Gelineau style. My intention for it was to be my little alternative to the Haas (Rejoooooooooooooooooooooice and be glaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad) and the conceited Grief (that they may see the good that we do...).
The antiphon, "Remember, Lord, thy servants when thou dost take thy throne", also makes it fit well for All Souls, the next day. :)

OK - call it another shameless self-plug hehehehehe!