Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition -
December 2005-January 2006
Vol. XI, No. 9
A Musical Offering
Pictured are sample pages of settings of English texts for Epiphany in the style of the Latin Gregorian chant, English modal psalm tones, etc., that evoke the “sounds” of classical Catholic church music, with full organ accompaniments.
This is a work in progress by Father Samuel Weber, OSB, in anticipation of new English texts for Mass. Permission to use copyrighted musical settings and texts are granted to participants in this project on a “for educational purposes only, not for profit or resale” basis. (Permission to use copyrighted texts of the current Sacramentary and Lectionary must be obtained by individuals from the copyright holders). Participants receive copies of this work, and agree to provide feedback that will aid in producing a full version when new translations are approved.
To participate in this project, contact
The Rev. Samuel F. Weber, OSB,Wake Forest University Divinity School,
Box 7719 - Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7719
Ph: 336-758-4289; E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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