Monday, March 26, 2007

Notable Triduum music at my parish

NB: This is the notable stuff. There is plenty of other music we are singing!

Holy Thursday
-------------
Entrance: Tietze introit hymn

a cappella from Holy Thursday Gloria until Easter Vigil Gloria

Foot washing: Gregorian chants I, II, IV, and VI, surrounding two Taizé songs and a congregational song that paraphrases the chant antiphons

Offertory: chant and Duruflé “Ubi caritas” settings (reception of oils in the middle)

Transfer: Pange lingua ... corporis, then Taizé “Stay With Me”


Good Friday
-----------
Passion chanted (GIA/Batastini edition)
Veneration: a new Reproaches setting, Pange lingua ... prœlium sung to PICARDY, “Crucem tuam” chant
Communion: Taizé “There can be no greater love”, Peloquin “In Memory of You”


Easter Vigil
------------
all 7 readings/psalms (Guimont and Gelineau psalms)
Blessing of water & sprinkling: a new “Springs of water” that adapts “Vidi aquam”, Palestrina “Sitivit anima mea”
Communion: Hillert “Festival Canticle: Worthy is Christ”, Taizé “Surrexit Christus”


Easter Sunday
-------------
Sequence: chant, in Latin
Offertory: Inwood “Easter Anthem”

5 Comments:

At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 1:13:00 AM, Blogger ScholarChanter said...

Where can one find the Pange Lingua setting to Picardy tune?

 
At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 8:34:00 AM, Blogger Cantor said...

SC: In my parish’s Triduum worship aid. :)

 
At Wednesday, March 28, 2007 1:44:00 PM, Blogger Mara Joy said...

Ritual Song has a version that I think is something like "Sing My Tongue..." that is definitely set to Picardy!

 
At Friday, March 30, 2007 7:29:00 PM, Blogger Mary Jane said...

Well, I'm definitely impressed. This year I will be happy if my little choir and I finish standing upright. However, they didn't flinch at the Hosanna filio David antiphon for Palm Sunday or some Latin during the Procession to the Altar of Repose. Neither did they whine at the Easter sequence. So, progress is being made by all.

However, Cantor, you hve just heaps of lovely things. Wishing you the best in the coming week.

 
At Saturday, March 31, 2007 2:56:00 PM, Blogger Jeffrey Tucker said...

Wow, impressive! You and your choir are doing wonderful work!

 

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home