This is one of my all time favorite pieces of music (and there are many.) A beautiful, thought provoking rendition, to boot.
The Pergolesi Stabat Mater, movement #1. Lisa Graas had a posting of the Scarlatti Stabat Mater, and that reminded me of the Pergolesi piece, which I find so extraordinary and beautiful. Here are two other versions… And… I can never decide which one I like the best. Perfect for the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary, [...]
I love this Pie Jesu, by Duruffle. This photo was taken after everything was done and right before I left. I realized I had left the lights on upstairs, and had to take another hike back up to the top. But, this morning I played the Duruffle Pie Jesu on this organ, which is about [...]
John Michael Talbot speaks about music he is writing for the new translation of the Mass. Pray Tell is a fun weblog which seems to be offering a lot about the upcoming Mass translation changes. And I only say that after coming across an article about Michael Joncas, who’s writing a new musical setting for [...]
Feeling Fluish… Just the Weblog of late… Out and about, so to check out: Five conservative women bloggers. Catholicism Computes; interesting blog, plus has the great Wordpress plugin for Catholics – Catholic Reference Extension which I, admittedly, have not gotten around to actually plugging in. The Recovering Choir Director promises future leisure reading. I can [...]