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Author:  sparky [ Mon May 12, 2008 8:49 am ]
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That's nice, DCS, but I'd like a book I can buy with some instructions in English. Right now I'm not educated enough in Latin to figure everything out.
--Ann

Author:  Peregrinator [ Fri May 16, 2008 10:31 am ]
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sparky [bot] wrote:
That's nice, DCS, but I'd like a book I can buy with some instructions in English. Right now I'm not educated enough in Latin to figure everything out.

I don't think there is such a book.

If you click on 'Liber Usualis' you will see the chants for all of the Mass Ordinary, Propers, and Kyriale in modern notation. The Calendar should be easy enough to figure out. What English instructions do you need? I know there are some people on this forum who are familiar with the Liber and could help you.

Author:  sparky [ Fri May 16, 2008 3:26 pm ]
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I was just hoping for something I wouldn't have to print out. Something I could buy and have on my shelf as reference. But if it doesn't exist, it doesn't exist, I guess.

With what you've provided, it says 1927, does it still apply to the 1962 Missal?
--Ann

Author:  viking1 [ Fri May 16, 2008 3:34 pm ]
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sparky [bot] wrote:
Anyone a link for the music - chat - propers, etc. for the EF? I'd like to have it in regular notation rather than chant notation.

--Ann


Am I far out with this suggestion? http://sanctamissa.org/en/music/

and perhaps this: http://www.musicasacra.com/ ?

Author:  sparky [ Fri May 16, 2008 3:56 pm ]
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viking [bot] wrote:
sparky [bot] wrote:
Anyone a link for the music - chat - propers, etc. for the EF? I'd like to have it in regular notation rather than chant notation.

--Ann


Am I far out with this suggestion? http://sanctamissa.org/en/music/

and perhaps this: http://www.musicasacra.com/ ?


I'd love to attend that colloquium. Darn it. I need child care...
--Ann

Author:  viking1 [ Fri May 16, 2008 4:47 pm ]
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Ann, take a look at this, seems to be something you might be interested in: http://thenewliturgicalmovement.blogspo ... issal.html

Author:  Peregrinator [ Fri May 16, 2008 7:53 pm ]
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sparky [bot] wrote:
With what you've provided, it says 1927, does it still apply to the 1962 Missal?

There would be some differences to the Calendar (the FSSP has an Ordo that you can use for that), but the Propers themselves would not change. Just ignore the Calendar in the Liber and use the FSSP Ordo instead, then find the Propers in the Liber and use them. I would think the Calendrical changes would be minor. The only time you would run into real difficulty is during Holy Week, I guess.

Author:  sparky [ Fri May 16, 2008 8:44 pm ]
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viking [bot] wrote:
Ann, take a look at this, seems to be something you might be interested in: http://thenewliturgicalmovement.blogspo ... issal.html


Ooooooooo....me likey. Me will buy dat.

My associate pastor (FSSP) said I could sing weddings and funerals for the extraordinary form if I wanted to do the work. And I do. Thanks, Viking.
--Ann

Author:  Charles07 [ Sat Aug 30, 2008 3:31 pm ]
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Link to printable altar cards:

http://www.rosary.freeuk.com/downloads/altarcd.pdf

Author:  AdAltareDei [ Sun Aug 31, 2008 2:12 am ]
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Some YouTube videos:

Missa Cantata, Last Sunday after Pentecost - Paris, France. Good example of a Latin Mass done in a city parish. [*]

Solemn High Mass, Feast of the Sacred Heart - Flavigny, France, 1999. Seminary chapel, very meditative. [*]

Solemn High Mass - Easter Sunday narrated by Archbishop Fulton Sheen - Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Chicago, IL, 1941. Good for instructional purposes.

All Souls Requiem Mass - Part IV - St. Francis de Sales Oratory in St. Louis, MO. Not professional filming, but still beautiful.

Altar-ation - time-elapsed transformation of a typical "Novus Ordo" altar arrangement into a "Tridentine" altar arrangement.

Gregorian Chant Workshop [*] - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

[*] Videos with a star are from the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), included here because they are the best videos available and in the public domain. I do not endorse the Society because they are not fully reconciled with the Holy See; however, their liturgy is still beautiful and similar to what you would find in a parish of the FSSP.

More Documents

Veterum Sapientia - Apostolic Constitution of Pope Bl. John XXIII on the promotion of the study of Latin

For reference:

Schedule of Latin Masses in North America - a partial listing

Latin Pronunciation - a chart by Colin Donovan, STL

Misc.:

Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri (FSSP / Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter)

Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest

"The Gregorian Rite" - blog on the implementation of the motu proprio

Author:  AdAltareDei [ Sun Aug 31, 2008 2:16 am ]
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Ivar the Nut wrote:
Are there any online audio files one can listen too, to learn how to serve?

Yes, at SanctaMissa.org. Here's the specific page.

Author:  CCB [ Sun Jun 28, 2009 5:23 am ]
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Just want to note that many of the older links listed in this thread are broken.

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