Friday, December 22, 2017

Fall and Winter 2017 Issues of Sacred Music

The fall issue of Sacred Music has recently arrived, and the winter issue will soon arrive in the mailboxes of subscribers. Become a member of the Church Music Association of America and receive a subscription as one of the benefits of membership.

Here are the tables of contents:

Fall 2017
Gestures | William Mahrt

Enchanting Spanish-Language Liturgy in the United States: Experiences, Observations, and a Roadmap for the Future | Very Rev. Bryan W. Jerabek

A Parish Orchestra and Conservatory for a Diverse Neighborhood | Lisa Knutson

From Indianapolis to Nigeria: A Narrative of Experience of a Church Music Apostolate in the Onitsha Diocese | Rev. Jude Orakwe

Introducing Gregorian Chant to an American Catholic Congregation | Kurt Poterack

Introduction to the Russian Edition of Theology of the Liturgy | Pope Benedict

The Communion Antiphon Beatus servus: An Expressive Commixture | William Mahrt

Olivier Messiaen: Texts, Contexts, and Intertexts (1937–1948) by Richard D. E. Burton | Aaron James

Winter 2017
Polyphony | William Mahrt
“Fulfilled is All that David Told”: Recovering the Christian Psalter | Dom Benedict Maria Andersen, O.S.B

The Primacy of Gregorian Chant: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Musicam Sacram | Ted Krasnicki

Progressive Solemnity and the Dominican Liturgy | Rev. Innocent Smith, O.P.

Palestrina’s Singers’ Lament: Super flumina Babylonis | William Mahrt

“Hermeneutic of Continuity” | William Mahrt

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