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CMAA Colloquium XX Recordings [UPDATED 7/5/2010 3:16 am CDT]
PLEASE NOTE: This blog entry will be updated from time to time as more recordings are made available. I will also endeavor to post translations as I am able. For a full selection of recordings, please visit Carl Dierschow's page.
Because the content of this post is so varied, I have divided it into three categories: 1) Pieces I had the opportunity to perform. 2) Pieces that I found to be exceptionally beautiful 3) Lectures I HIGHLY encourage you to listen to. Also, the CMAA has worked to pick pieces that are in the public domain so that you may download them to listen to on your mp3 player. To download a selection, right click (mac users: control + click) the select save/download link as. thank you Carl for providing this service.
Pieces I had the opportunity to sing:
"Lord, for thy tender mercies sake" (Farrant) Sung by All
Recession- Tuesday, Feast of Sts. John Fisher and Thomas More, Martyrs
"Anima mea liquefacta est" (Rivaflecha) Dr. Mahrt's Polyphonic Choir
Communion Motet- Wednesday, Requium Mass for Departed Members of CMAA
Translation: "My soul melted when my beloved spoke; I sought him, and found him not; I called, and he did not answer me. I adjure you, Oh daughters of Jerusalem, if you find my beloved, that you tell him that I languish with love." -Song of Songs, 5:6-8
"Lux Aeterna" Scott Turkington's Beginning Men & Women Chant Schola
Communion Antiphon- Wednesday, Requium Mass for Departed Members of CMAA
Translation: "R/. May light eternal shine upon them, O Lord, with your saints forever, for you are gracious. V/. Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them."
"Tu Puer" Scott Turkington's Beginning Men & Women Chant Schola
Alleluia- Thursday, Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist (Extraordinary Form)
Translation: "R/. Alleluia. V/. And you, child, will be called the prophet of the Most High; you will go before the Lord to make ready his ways."
"Ave Maria" Dr. Mahrt's Polyphonic Choir
Communion Motet- Saturday, Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Extraordinary Form)
Music I Found Exceptionally Beautiful
"God Is Wonderful In His Saints" (Richard Rice, Choral Gradual) Bucholz's Polyphonic Choir
Offertory Antiphon- Tuesday, Feast of Sts. John Fisher and thomas More, Martyrs
Lectures I highly encourage you to listen to:
Dr. William Mahrt: Introduction to Sacred Music Monday Evening Keynote Lecture
Ed Schaeffer: Two forms of the Liturgy; One Church: The Relationship between Ordinary and Extraordinary forms of the Mass Tuesday Evening Keynote Lecture
Rev. Frank Philips, CR: Change with Chats and not by Chance Friday Evening Keynote Lecture