CMAA Sacred Music Colloquium
June 20 - 25, 2016

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You might like the YouTube playlist that I created for these events.

 

Deep gratitude to Jason Czarnowski, Janet Gorbitz, Michael Stallman and Joseph Tolin for their contributions!

Table of Contents for this page

Monday   Pro Arte concert  
       
Tuesday   Mass  
       
Wednesday   Mass  
       
Thursday   New Music Reading  
    Mass  
    Vespers  
       
Friday   Mass  
    Organ Recital  
       
Saturday   Mass  
       
All days   Lectures, homilies and lessons  
       

Monday, June 20
Pro-Arte Saint Louis
A Magical Musical Tour of Masses, Motets & Madrigals
Horst Buchholz, conductor

1Introduction William Mahrt 1:50
2  Missa L'Homme Armé
- Kyrie
- Gloria
Guillaume Dufay13:42
3Introduction William Mahrt 0:59
4  Alleluia "Ascendit Deus" (Ambrosian Chant)
- Sanctus
- Benedictus
- Agnus Dei
Cristóbal de Morales 18:43
5Introduction William Mahrt 0:30
6  Santa Maria Strela do Dia: Cantica 100 Alfonso X, El Sabio (The Wise)2:20
7Introduction William Mahrt 1:04
8  Ave Maria virgo serenaJosquin des Prez 5:03
9Introduction William Mahrt 0:27
10 O vos omnesCarlos Gesualdo 3:09
11  Se la mia morte bramiCarlos Gesualdo 3:23
12Introduction William Mahrt 0:38
13  Weep, O Mine EyesJohn Bennet 2:09
14 All Creatures NowJohn Bennet 1:55
15Introduction William Mahrt 1:26
16  Ich brinn und bin entzündtHans Leo Hassler2:53
17  Tanzen und springenHans Leo Hassler1:11

Tuesday, June 21, Pro-Cathedral of St. John
Mass, ordinary form, Memorial of St. Aloysius Gonzaga
The Rev. Jason J. Schumer, celebrant
Paul Weber, organist

YouTube recording of this Mass

1Organ preludePrelude in E-flat Major, BWV 552, J. S. Bach  10:27 
2IntroitThe clean of hands, Webermen’s schola, Brouwers 2:43 
3KyrieMass of St. Francis 0:40 
4Responsorial psalmYou are my inheritance, Weberwomen’s schola, Cole 1:51 
5Organ interlude   0:41 
6AlleluiaI give you a new commandment, Weberoffice choir, Turkington 1:08 
7Homily   4:47 
8OffertoryIustitiæ Domini, Weberwomen’s schola, Cole 2:32 
9Organ interlude   1:27 
10Offertory motetRemember not, O Lord, PurcellPalestrina choir, Brouwers 2:33 
11SanctusMass of St. Francis 1:12 
12Memorial AcclamationMass of St. Francis 0:27 
13Agnus DeiMass of St. Francis 0:59 
14CommunionPanem de cælo, Webermen’s schola, Brouwers 3:36 
15Organ interlude   1:19 
16 Communion motetThis is my commandment, TallisMozart choir, Buchholz 2:47 
17  Closing HymnO God beyond all praising, Holst/Perry 2:42 
18 Organ postludeFugue in E-flat Major, BWV 552, J. S. Bach  6:37 

Wednesday, June 22, Shrine of St. Joseph
Mass, ordinary form, Memorial of Sts. John Fisher and Thomas More
Jonathan Ryan, organist
Fr. David Friel, Celebrant

YouTube recording of this Mass

1Organ preludePrière, Op. 20, César Franck  12:10 
2Organ processional   1:53 
3IntroitMultæ tribulationeswomen’s refresher, Carr-Wilson 3:21 
4KyrieMass VI, Rex genitorintoned by women, alternatim, tutti 3:01 
5GloriaMass VIintoned by priest, alternatim, tutti 4:03 
6GradualVenite, filii, audite me men’s schola, Brouwers 2:17 
7Organ interlude   0:27 
8AlleluiaSancti tui ... benedicent te women’s schola, Cole2:14 
9Homily   3:10 
10OffertoryMirabilis Deusmen’s schola, Brouwers2:09 
11Organ interlude   1:05 
12Offertory motetSacerdotes Domini, Byrdmotet choir, Cole 1:38 
13SanctusMass VIintoned by men, tutti 1:32 
14Agnus DeiMass VIintoned by women, tutti 1:56 
15CommunionIustorum animæmen’s refresher, Morse 4:44 
16Organ interlude   3:08 
17Communion motetEgo sum panis vivus, Esquivelmotet choir, Cole 2:48 
18 Organ postludeAllegro assai vivacefrom Organ sonata in F Minor, Op. 65, No. 1, Felix Mendelssohn 3:34 

Thursday, June 23
New Music Reading
David Hughes, leader

1 Introduction  David Hughes 6:11
2  Non veni vocare justos Nicholas Lemme 6:20
3  Eleria SuscipeGianpaolo Limtengco 10:00
4 Passion Choruses for Good Friday Peter Kwasniewski 7:44
5  Vir erat in terra HusNicholas Lemme 23:00
6 Iste sanctusPeter Kwasniewski 6:14
7  Ave maris stellaFr. David Friel 3:30
8 ReproachesPeter Kwasniewski 7:56

Thursday, June 23, Shrine of St. Joseph
Requiem Mass, extraordinary form
Fr. William Morgan, Celebrant

YouTube recording of this Mass

1IntroitRequiem æternammen’s refresher, Morse 4:09
2KyrieMissa Pro defunctisintoned by women, alternatim, tutti 1:52
3GradualRequiemwomen’s schola, Cole 3:06
4TractAbsolve, Dominemen’s schola, Brouwers 2:22
5SequenceDies iraemen begin, alternatim, tutti 6:16
6OffertoryDomine, Iesu Christewomen’s schola, Cole 4:04
7SanctusMass XVIIIintoned by men, tutti 0:46
8Agnus DeiMissa Pro defunctisintoned by women, tutti 0:51
9CommunionLux æternawomen’s refresher, Carr-Wilson 3:23
10Communion motetDe profundis, SweelinckPalestrina choir, Brouwers 4:50
11Homily Rev. Robert Pasley 7:43
12ResponsoryLibera memen’s schola, Brouwers 4:35

Thursday, June 23, Shrine of St. Joseph
Vespers, extraordinary form, Vigil of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist
Ann Labounsky, organist
Rev. Robert C. Pasley, celebrant

1Organ preludeVerses one and two of the chant hymn Ut queant laxis, Jean Titelouze 2:32 
Organ interlude  3:38 
Antiphons: Ipse præibit 4:55 
  Johannes est 5:08 
  Ex utero 5:09 
 Iste puer 4:00 
  Nazaræus vocabitur 2:43 
8Organ interlude  1:42 
Hymn Ut queant laxis2:47 
10   Fuit homo missus 0:20 
11Organ interlude  0:38 
12Magnificat antiphon Ingresso Zacharia 5:39 
13 PrayerDeus, qui præsentem 1:04 
14  Benedicamus Domino  0:45 
15  Organ interlude  1:05 
16  Salve regina, solemn tone2:37 
17  Prayer  1:00 
18 Organ postludeVerse three of Ut queant laxis, Titelouze 3:21 
19 Night prayer  21:45 

Friday, June 24, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis
Mass, ordinary form, Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist
Bishop James D. Conley, celebrant
Horst Buchholz, organist

YouTube recording of this Mass

1Organ preludeFantasia sopra Ut queant laxis, Johann Jakob Froberger 6:39
2Organ processional   0:55
3IntroitDe ventre matriswomen’s refresher, Carr-Wilson 5:36
4KyrieMissa Papæ MarcelliPalestrina choir, Brouwers 4:18
5GloriaMissa Papæ MarcelliPalestrina choir, Brouwers 6:41
6GradualPriusquam techant improvisation, Mahrt 3:29
7AlleluiaTu puerwomen’s schola, Cole 2:16
8Organ interlude   2:00
9Homily   6:25
10Credo III(tutti) with Et incarnatus est from Missa Papæ MarcelliPalestrina choir, Brouwers 5:47
11OffertoryJustus ut palmamen’s faculty master choir, Hughes 1:28
12Offertory motetIustorum animæ, Stanfordmotet choir, Cole 4:30
13Sanctus / BenedictusMissa Papæ MarcelliPalestrina choir, Brouwers 6:55
14Pater noster 1:57
15Agnus DeiMissa Papæ MarcelliPalestrina choir, Brouwers 2:52
16Agnus Dei IIMissa Papæ MarcelliPalestrina choir, Brouwers 2:52
17Organ interlude   1:27
18CommunionTu puerfundamentals, Ryan 3:01
19Communion motetIesu dulcis memoria, Victoriamotet choir, Cole 1:37
20Organ postludeImprovisation on Ut queant laxis 4:34

Friday, June 24, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis
Organ Recital
Benton Blasingame
Benton Blasingame

YouTube recording of this Concert

1Introduction Horst Buchholz 2:18
2 Toccata Prima from Apparatus musico-organisticusGeorg Muffat (1653-1704) 5:34
3  Two Pedal Etudes
I. Prelude
II. Jig
Benton Blasingame (b. 1989) 7:16
4 Toccata in D MinorGordon Balch Nevin (1892-1943) 4:58
5  Impromptu, Op. 54, No. 2
Stèle pour un enfant défunt, Op. 58, No. 3
Louis Vierne (1870-1937) 9:27
6 Prelude and Fugue in G Minor, Op. 7, No. 3 Marcel Dupré (1886-1971) 8:09
7 Venus from The Planets, arr. Arthur WillsGustav Holst (1874-1934) 9:31
8 Marche HèroïqueA. Herbert Brewer (1865-1928) 7:00

Saturday, June 25, Shrine of St. Joseph
Mass, extraordinary form, Memorial of St. William, Abbot
Jonathan Ryan, organist
The Rev. Robert C. Pasley KCHS, chaplain of the CMAA, rector of Mater Ecclesiae, Berlin, N.J., celebrant

YouTube recording of this Mass

1Prelude  Orchestra 5:13
2Processional  Jonathan Ryan, organist 3:58
3IntroitOs justiwomen’s schola, Cole 2:31
4 KyrieSparrow MassMozart choir, Buchholz 1:46
5GloriaSparrow MassMozart choir, Buchholz 3:12
6GradualDomine, prævenistimen’s schola, Brouwers 2:49
7AlleluiaJustus ut palmachant improvisation, Mahrt 3:64
8 HomilyRev. Robert Pasley? 10:22
9OffertoryDesiderium animæwomen’s faculty master choir, Carr-Wilson 1:56
10 Organ interlude  1:34
11Offertory motetO bone Jesu, Ingegnieribeginning polyphony, Hughes 4:25
12 Organ interlude  1:19
13SanctusSparrow MassMozart choir, Buchholz 0:53
14BenedictusSparrow MassMozart choir, Buchholz 3:03
15Agnus DeiSparrow MassMozart choir, Buchholz 3:33
16CommunionFidelis servusfundamentals, Ryan 1:04
17Communion motetO sacrum convivium, La Roccamotet choir, Cole 4:42
18Postlude   4:02

Lectures, practices, prayer services, etc.

 Monday June 20 Reception & Dinner  1:12:39 
      
 Tuesday June 21 Plenary: The Music of the PsalmsProf. Mahrt 58:07 
   Gregorian Chant Modes (Psalm Tones)William Mahrt  52:46 
   Ward Method Demonstration Colleen Crafton  59:44 
   Semiology: Introduction and basicsEd Schaefer 1:02:44 
      
 Wednesday June 22 Plenary: How the Liturgy Grows: Is ‘Organic Development’ Fantasy or Reality?Rev. Jason Schumer 58:35 
   Semiology: Repeated-notes and altered neumsEd Schaefer 1:02:21 
   Chant rehearsalScott Turkington 1:41:43 
  Dinner  25:41 
  Solfege Warmup  27:33 
  Morning prayer  19:04 
  Night prayer  19:43 
     
 Thursday June 23 Plenary: Transmission of Chant as Oral Tradition at Clear Creek Monastery Bro. Mark Bachmann, Choirmaster, Clear Creek Abbey 1:01:35 
   Vocal Pedagogy 1Cecilia MeeAe Nam  1:00:04 
  Semiology: Letters and special neumsEd Schaefer  
  Night prayer 21:45 
     
 Friday June 24Plenary: Foretaste of Heavenly LiturgyBishop James Conley 52:45 
   Vocal Pedagogy 2Cecilia MeeAe Nam  1:09:13 
   Semiology: Separation and its Rhythmic SignificanceEd Schaefer 1:04:37 
  Solfege warmup  30:38 
   Chant rehearsalScott Turkington 1:00:19 
  Morning prayer  20:28 
     
 Saturday June 25 Morning prayer  21:47 

 

For further recordings, please contact carl@dierschow.com.
Last edited 27 December 2016