Jeffrey Tucker rightly points out today's Introit: Cantate Domino.
I wonder how many musicians out there will do one of the following:
A) Cantate Domino in the chant setting (If you don't have a Liber or a Graduale, Jeffrey posted the music in chant notation in his post linked at the top)
B) Cantate Domino in a choral setting of some sort (I'm doing the d'Indy setting tonight at St. Leo's)
C) Cantate Domino sung to a Psalm Tone
D) Sing a new song to the Lord (tune: CANTATE DOMINO, aka ONSLOW SQUARE, by David G. Wilson - this one's not bad for something in 6/8)
E) Alleluia! Alleluia! Sing a new song to the Lord (the text by John Dunn - even better!)
F) Sing a new song unto the Lord (the infamous Schutte setting that makes you want to pirouette about in your pew)
G) All the ends of the earth (as set to music by Haugen-d'Hass or Bob Dufford - both settings are hideous, IMO)
H) the so-called "other suitable song"
What did you play? Or what were you forced to endure? Inquiring snarks want to know! :)