Respond in Love seamlessly marries six of the most popular wedding processionals with the Entrance Antiphons from The Roman Missal, Third Edition. Liturgically sound and musically pleasing, each processional encourages assembly participation in praying the antiphons with simple, recognizable, and singable melodies. Each Antiphon can be prayed as a vocal solo or call-and-response. This resource pairs perfectly with The Order of Celebrating Matrimony, Second Edition.
Respond in Love is scored for cantor/congregation, keyboard, guitar, two C Instruments, and two B-flat Instruments. Assembly reprint files are available on OneLicense for easy insertion of congregation parts into wedding programs.
The Prince of Denmark’s March (Clarke) with Entrance Antiphon A
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach) with Entrance Antiphon B
Canon in D (Pachelbel) with Entrance Antiphon C
Air (Water Music) (Handel) with Entrance Antiphon A
Adagio un poco mosso (Piano Concerto No. 5) (Beethoven) with Entrance Antiphon B
Trumpet Tune (Clarke) with Entrance Antiphon C
Luke D. Rosen is the Director of Music Ministry at Corpus Christi University Parish, serving the Catholic community at the University of Toledo. In 2019, he became Director of Choral Music for Evergreen Local Schools in Metamora, Ohio. He joined the faculty at St. John's Jesuit High School & Academy in 2004, serving as Director of Choral and Liturgical Music and Director of the Fox Music Technology Lab. A clinician for the Toledo chapter of National Pastoral Musicians, he has offered workshops on liturgical piano and piano improvisation and writes frequently for the church.