Music Lists – Please Send!

As mentioned in the piece below from the 15 April 2018 Newsletter of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, a number of groups in the Ordinariates devote significant time and effort to the musical aspect of our Anglican patrimony.  This often includes making music lists available on websites.  If you want to have your music lists posted on this blog, please send them to me, Br. John-Bede Pauley, O.S.B., at jpauley at csbsju.edu

(I request that news of new music lists be sent via email communication to jpauley at csbsju.edu and in one or both of the following forms:

  1. As word documents attached to an email (so that I can quickly cut and paste the list)
  2. By a link to the relevant page on a group’s website

Would that I had time to track every group’s musical activities and music-lists updates.  Since that is not the case, the effectiveness of sharing music lists with the wider Ordinariates community via this blog is incumbent on music directors–or their delegates–who take the time to let me know about new music lists.  A heartfelt “thank you!” to all who share this information with us!)

From the 15 April 2018 Newsletter of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham:

“Music in the Ordinariate

“Music is an essential part of the liturgical patrimony that the Ordinariate brings into the Catholic Church, be it enthusiastic hymn singing, congregational sung evensong or the glories of the British choral tradition.

“A number of Ordinariate groups have very ambitious programmes of liturgical music.  For a couple of examples you might like to look at the music lists for Our Lady of the Assumption, Warwick Street, London W1 and St Osmund’s, Gainford, Darlington.”

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