Thursday, September 13, 2007

CHRISTUS VINCIT ANYWHERE! 96



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The first of a new series about Psalm Tones. Today we break down the Psalm Tone into its parts - Intonation, Tenor, Flex, Mediant, and Termination (or Final Cadence). We also check out Psalm Tone 1 - with its ten terminations.

Feasts for the week:
St. Nicholas of Tolentino; SS. Protus and Hyacinth; Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary;
St. John Chrysostom; The Exaltation of the Holy Cross;
The Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Sorrows).
For more information, see the New Advent Website.

Christus Vincit Semi-live in the living room: Taking the time to relax, discuss, and play the music of the Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time.

Music:
O God, Our Help in Ages Past (tune: St. Anne)
Domine Refugium Factus Est Nobis (Tones 8g, two forms of 1D, 1D2, 1f, 1g, 1g2, 1g3, 1a, 1a2, and 1a3)
Power to Believe, by Johnny Proctor, courtesy of Podsafe

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Shamus' Adventures in Classical Latin: Shamus wreckovates the gradual Domine Refugium Factus Est Nobis, brought to you by Liturgical Referee.

Additional Links:
Catholic Light, Scott Hahn, Rosary Army Podcast,
That Catholic Show, Order of St. Benedict Psalm Tone Pages

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