Monthly Archives: March 2011

Hiatus

See you in April.

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Be Merciful, O Lord

Before I get back to AOV NG, I’ve done this lovely setting for this weeks Psalm, “Be Merciful, O Lord” by Steve Angrisano.  My backing tries to be as cool as Steve but I’ve not done the high notes he … Continue reading

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Lamb of God: Mass of Glory and Praise

Paul Mason has an SATB version of this as well, but I’ve done the simpler one.  He has an interesting repeat of Lamb of God. Lamb of God, Lamb of God, You take away the sins of the world, Have … Continue reading

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Amen: Mass of Glory and Praise

Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen. Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen.  

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Memorial Acclamations: Mass of Glory and Praise

Paul Mason has settings for all three of the new Memorial Acclamations.  They have different tunes and tempos. We proclaim your Death, O Lord, And profess your Resurrection Until you come again When we eat this Bread and drink this … Continue reading

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Holy, Holy, Holy – Mass of Glory and Praise

Again, I’ve tried to rock this contemporary mass up a bit. Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of hosts. Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Bless’d is he who comes in the name of the … Continue reading

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Lenten Gospel Acclamation – Mass of Glory and Praise

Paul Mason only put 13 alternative verses for this acclamation.  I’ve chosen the first. Praise and honour to you, Lord Jesus Christ! Praise and honour to you, Lord Jesus Christ! If today you hear his voice harden not your heart. … Continue reading

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Gospel Acclamation: Mass of Glory and Praise

Paul Mason lives up to his reputation as Australia’s most wonderful liturgy nerd with 103 alternative verses to his gospel acclamation.  I picked verse 21.  It is a joyous waltz time piece with a fair old range but probably doable. … Continue reading

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