Fourth Sunday After Easter 2017
The Fourth Sunday after Easter “Cantate Domino”
(Ps 97: 1, 2) Sing a new song to the Lord, alleluia, for the Lord hath worked wonders, alleluia; he hath revealed his justice in the sight of the gentiles, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia. (Ps 97: 1) Vs. His right hand and his holy arm have won for him salvation.
At St. Mary Magdalen chapel, we are using Missa VIII for the Mass Ordinary with Credo 3.
Back to posting music selections this weekend, following several hectic weeks of absence from the blog. In a nutshell, Easter weekend was filled with playing music, including a late night Easter Vigil in the Extraordinary Form, wedding festivities for my daughter’s wedding, and a trip to Reno Nevada for a godchild’s First Communion. Back to normal, but only for a few weeks, before an upcoming nearly month long travel adventure to Poland.
Listed today are the choral selections which our choir will sing for this Sunday’s liturgy – The fourth Sunday after Easter
- Spirit seeking light and beauty
- Placate Christe
- Adoramus Te (Dubois)
- Be thou my vision
Organ selections include:
- J.S. Bach: Christ lag in todesbanden – BWV deest
- Lindusky: Meditation after the Kyrie “De Angelis”
- Gordon Young: The Angelus
- Karl August Kern: Postlude
Recommended listening: Buxtehude Organ Music Volume 1, played by Volker Ellenberger – available from the Azure Hills store on Amazon.
Choir direction by Andrew Petracca at St. Mary Magdelen Catholic Church, Camarillo, California. Traditional Latin Mass.
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Arthur Dobrucki, CAGO
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