Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Latest Issue of Sacred Music in Mailboxes

The Spring 2015 issue of Sacred Music has just shipped and features a number of articles of more general liturgical interest, and some very fine work on the notions of the simultaneous and the sequential in the liturgy.

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Solemnity | William Mahrt


Twentieth-Century Reform and the Transition from a “Parallel” to a “Sequential” Liturgical Model: Implications for the Inherited Choral Repertoire and Future Liturgical Compositions | Jared Ostermann

The Mass Ordinary in the Ordinary Form | William Mahrt  

Contributions of Pope Benedict XVI to the Continuing Liturgical Reforms | Edward Schaefer


Hearing the Gradual, Qui sedes, Domine, super Cherubim | William Mahrt


On the Occasion of a Solemn High Mass according to the Anglican Use of the Ordinariate of Pope Benedict XVI: An Interview with Fr. Vincent Kelber, O.P., Pastor of Holy Rosary Church, Portland, Oregon | Fr. Eric M. Andersen


A Friend to All That Love or Learn Music | Joseph Sargent

A Charter for the New Liturgical Movement | Peter Kwasniewski


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