Liturgical Year

Martin Foster, from the Liturgy Office, asks for your opinions on a proposed core repertoire

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Liturgical Year

Post by admin » Sun Jun 06, 2004 1:45 pm

These texts are taken from the Easter Triduum.

  • Ubi Caritas Where charity and love are found
  • Pange, lingua gloriosi Hail our Saviour's glorious body
  • Crux fidelisFaithful cross
  • We worship you, Lord

Examples

Ubi Caritas Where charity and love are found, God is there
This ancient liturgical text is sung as the gifts are brought forward on Holy Thursday.

Plainchant
Taizé (2 versions: Berthier, Gelineau)
Faith, hope and love — Christopher Walker
God is love and where true love is — James Quinn
Into one we all are gathered
Where charity and love prevail — Omer Westendorf
Where is love and loving kindness — Alan Rees

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Ubi Caritas setting

Post by Dot » Sat Jun 26, 2004 8:37 pm

One omission I see from this list which has become something of a standard for us since using it at the big Millennium Mass at the NEC is:
Bob Hurd's Ubi Caritas (arr. Craig Kingsbury) with refrain in Latin and verses in English, SATB parts, and a beautiful oboe line on top of simple keyboard accompaniment.

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Additions

Post by Martin Foster » Fri Aug 06, 2004 8:34 am

Additions to Liturgical Year

    The 'O' Antiphons — Advent
    The Reproaches My people, what have I done to you?
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