Sacred Song is a modern, Catholic, three-year, hymnal that easily supports congregational singing throughout the liturgical year. It contains over 950 liturgical music compositions—classic, contemporary, chant, and traditional.Sacred Song includes:the Order of Mass with ICEL Chants—accompaniment composed by Anthony Ruff, OSB; the complete Psallite collection of over 290 liturgical antiphons inspired by the entrance, responsorial, and Communion songs for each Sunday and solemnity of all three years of the liturgical cycle; responsorial psalm antiphons from the Basilica Psalter;new music for Christian initiation, weddings, and funerals from Psallite;classic Gregorian chant music, including over 30 hymns/chants in Latin, most with English translations (including the Marian antiphons), plus the entire Latin chant Mass Iubilate Deo;a wide variety of hymns and songs reflecting the breadth of the Catholic tradition—from classic hymns to contemporary music from GIA Publications, Hope Publishing, World Library Publications, Oregon Catholic Press, Selah Publishing, Liturgical Press, Oxford University Press, and more.Sacred Song features the following Mass settings:The Psallite Mass: At the Table of the Lord by the Collegeville Composers GroupMass in Honor of Saint Benedict by Robert LeBlancMass in A Minor by Frederick StrassburgerAn Austrian Mass by Michael Haydn, arr. by Anthony Ruff, OSBLand of Rest Acclamations by Richard ProulxMissa Pacem by L. Randolph BabinMass in Honor of Saint Paul by Kevin Christopher VogtMass in Honor of Saint Cecilia by David HurdMass in Honor of Saint Dominic by Matthew S. StillAcclamations from Mass of Creation by Marty HaugenThe entire Latin chant Mass Missa Iubilate Deo, Vatican EditionSee the complete contents of Sacred Song - a hymnal reflecting the fullness of the Catholic tradition - by clicking here for the Index of First Lines and Common Titles.
Harmonizing with Catholic heritage and your parish's classic music favorites, The Collegeville Hymnal is your source for the best of traditional music. It includes a wealth of established hymns - classic favorites your choir and assembly already enjoy singing. Particular attention has been given to the texts of these traditional hymns, and archaic and non-inclusive language has been eliminated except where texts of poetic importance are involved. Please note: Published in 1990, this hymnal has not been updated since the Roman Missal, Third Edition, but continues to be a gem for its selection of hymnody and other music for Roman Catholic liturgy.Choosing from this eclectic collection of music is made simple by The Collegeville Hymnal's comprehensive set of indices. The indices are concise and easy to use and can assist you in planning the whole liturgical year.All of the hymns have been arranged to meet the needs of the choir, assembly, and instrumentalists. These classic favorites add strength to your music program, and not-so-familiar hymns offer you an exciting opportunity to enlarge and enrich your parish's music base.Parish Music directors have found that their parishioners enjoy these selections not least of all because they are easy to follow and highly singableand, therefore, a pleasure to learn! Building this kind of enthusiasm for new music can be easy for you as well with The Collegeville Hymnal.Its perfect marriage of poetic texts and well-balanced harmonies makes The Collegeville Hymnal a resource you can rely on for music that is truly liturgical. This attention to quality sets it apart as a hymnal of lasting merit. The Collegeville Hymnal features easy-to-find, easy-to-read, and easy-to-use music including 480 seasonal, sanctoral, and sacramental hymns Responsorial psalmody Gospel acclamations and canticles Sequences Latin music, chant Funeral and wedding music Music scored SATB when appropriate for the selection Attention to the use of inclusive language Complete set of indices: composer, author, meter, hymn tune, title, biblical references and topics Selections referenced by number in the margin
Liturgical Uses: Song for the Table, Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A; Baptism; Christian Initiation, Revelation 4; Romans 5Psallite is a one-of-a-kind music program inspired by the antiphons and psalms of the Roman Missal. The music of Psallite clearly reflects the role of liturgical music envisioned in the General Instruction of the Roman Missal. It is music that restores psalm-singing as the primary prayer language. Reprint Policy All content available from the Liturgical Press website is protected by copyright and is owned or administered by Liturgical Press. You may print or download to a local hard disk the music graphic for your personal and non-commercial use only equal to the number of copies purchased. Each reproduction must include the title and full copyright notice as it appears on the graphic. Before reproducing the assembly graphic you must secure the appropriate Reprint License. The following Reprint License options are available: The purchase of a $35.00 Annual Reprint License from the Liturgical Press (the reporting of titles is not required when reproduced) or Membership with the licensing service OneLicense.net (you must report the use of titles each time they are reproduced). Unauthorized copying, reproducing, republishing, uploading, downloading, distributing, posting, transmitting, or duplicating any of the material is prohibited.
Lift Up Your Hearts: Music for the Order of Mass according to the Third Edition of The Roman Missal contains the revised Order of Mass—with ICEL chants—plus ten inspiring new Mass settings. This resource contains everything an assembly needs to transition from the current Roman Missal to the third edition. The Mass settings included in Lift Up Your Hearts offer a wide variety of musical styles for every parish. The accompaniment edition includes an organ/keyboard arrangement of the ICEL chants from the Roman Missal. This accompaniment was composed by Fr. Anthony Ruff, OSB, a monk of Saint John's Abbey, Collegeville. Masses included in Lift Up Your Hearts: Mass I-The Psallite Mass: At the Table of the Lord by The Collegeville Composers Group Mass II-Missa Iubilate Deo the Vatican Edition Mass III-in Honor of Saint Benedict by Robert LeBlanc Mass IV-in A Minor by Frederick W. Strassburger Mass V-in Honor of Mary, Mother of God by Donald Krubsack Mass VI-in Honor of Saint Cloud by Jay F. Hunstiger Mass VII-in Honor of Saint Michael by Kevin Christopher Vogt Mass VIII-an Austrian Mass by Michael Haydn, arranged by Anthony Ruff, OSB Mass IX-in Honor of Saint Cecilia by David Hurd Mass X-in Honor of Saint Dominic by Matthew S. Still ICEL Chants for the Order of Mass The ICEL chants from the Roman Missal will be included within the Order of Mass in Lift Up Your Hearts. A keyboard arrangement of the ICEL chants, arranged by Anthony Ruff, OSB, will be included in the accompaniment edition. In addition to publishing these Mass settings in Lift Up Your Hearts, the settings will be sold individually online as PDF documents for musicians to download and then copy. Several of these settings will also be included in our Mass guide Celebrating the Eucharist and our music resource Sacred Song.