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The Psallite Mass: At the Table of the Lord

Accompaniment Edition

The Collegeville Composers Group

The Psallite Mass: At the Table of the Lord
The Psallite Mass: At the Table of the Lord

ISBN: 9780814634066, 3406

Details: 64 pgs, 8 1/2 x 10 7/8
Publication Date: 07/01/2011

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The composers of Psallite: Sacred Song for Liturgy and Life-Carol Browning, Catherine Christmas, Cyprian Consiglio, OSB Cam, Paul F. Ford, and Paul Inwood-collaborate on an expanded collection of music for the Mass. This multilingual (English, Spanish, Latin) Mass setting is written for congregation, cantor, choir, organ or piano, and guitar. In addition to the typically sung parts of the Mass, this collection offers accessible music for the Sprinkling Rite, the Easter and Pentecost sequences, the Nicene and Apostles' Creeds, and the Berakah Prayer during the Presentation of the Gifts.
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To coincide with The Roman Missal – Third Edition, the Spanish text of the MYSTERIUM FIDEI has been revised in the Misal Romano, Tercera Edición. Please use this PDF download for an updated accompaniment.

Contents of The Psallite Mass: At the Table of the Lord include:

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This is, by far, the best new setting of the Ordinary I have heard or seen since the new translations were announced.
Adam Wood, Catholic musician and composer,