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Ordo musicae: Second Sunday of Advent

November 29, 2010

Second Sunday of Advent, December 5:

Processional:  Creator Alme Siderum (chant)

Asperges (chant)

Propers from the Graduale Romanum

Mass X, “Alme Pater” (chant)

Credo I

Offertory Motet:  Arcadelt (1507-1568):  Ave Maria

Motet after the Elevation:  Josquin (1450-1521):  O Salutaris Hostia

Communion Motet: Byrd (1540-1623):  Ave Verum Corpus

Closing chant:  Alma Redemptoris Mater (solemn)

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  1. December 2, 2010 10:10 am

    we have made a substantial increase in our inventory of choral music in Latin, making no less than 4200 motets and psalm settings readily available: also now a total of 1560 settings of the Mass, 75 settings of Missa pro defunctis, 43 Te Deum settings, 150 Latin Magnificat & 9 Nunc dimittis settings, and for Holy Week 49 settings of Stabat Mater, 15 sets of Responsoria, 30 settings of the Passion and 49 sets of Lamentationes. Editions included are Mapa Mundi and Antico (from UK) Michael Procter (from Germany)

    In addition to this printed repertoire, with much from the Renaissance period, we provide a very wide range of recordings in all formats, including Gregorian Chant of course, much imported from Europe & UK (all labels) We are also promoting a rare LP recording of Solemn High Mass recorded in London UK with Archbishof Lefevre presiding.

    My years on the music staff at Westminster Cathedral, London (pre-Vatican II) taught me much about directing chant and poliphony! Do keep in touch: we are able to provide and/or research any titles you may wish for in the future.

    Best wishes in all your endeavours

    Howard
    Keep up the good work

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