Tuesday, June 5, 2007

CHRISTUS VINCIT ANYWHERE! 84



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In lieu of Miscellaneous Outbursts, we're trying a new line of short ditties - Don't Do This at Church!

Each year at Trinity Sunday, nearly every parish musician in his/her right mind will bring with him/her the Gott Vater! That is, the tune Gott Vater, sei Gepriesen, along with a translation of the text by the same name.

Feasts for the week (now including Sundays): St. Boniface; St. Norbert; St. Ephrem; Corpus Christi.
For more information, see the New Advent Website.

Christus Vincit Semi-live at the neighborhood softball field: Today we've gone semi-live from our local softball field, where my daughter Brittany had to play a doubleheader, to play and discuss our music for Trinity Sunday.

Music:
God Father, Praise and Glory (tune: Gott Vater, sei Gepriesen)
Holy, Holy, Holy (tune: Nicaea) - two versions of this appear: one as sung at Holy Ghost Church as the recessional hymn, the other as sung by Joshua Burke, courtesy of Podsafe.

Commercials:
Eucharistic Congress 2007 (Segment recorded by Greg and Jennifer Willits of Rosary Army fame!),
iPadre Podcasting Network, Disciples with Microphones

Hymnody in Inflationary Language: God Father, Praise and Glory, brought to you by St. Sabina Church.
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