HYMNS PSALMS

AND

SPIRITUAL CANTICLES

A Parish Music Manual

HYMNS PSALMS

AND

SPIRITUAL CANTICLES

Compiled, Edited and Arranged by Theodore Marier

Assisted by the staff of the Boston Archdiocesan Choir School at St. Paul Church, Cambridge, MA.

Organ-Choir Edition

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po. BOX 167' BclI\\ONr·MA5SACHUSETT5· 02176.

Excerpts from the English translation of responses, alleluia and gospel verses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, International Committee on English in the Liturgy, Inc. (ICf.L): excerpts from the English translation of the Order of Mass from The Roman Missal © 1973. ICEL: excerpts from the English translation of Morning Prayer. Evening Prayer, and Night Prayer, from The Liturgy of the Hours © 1974, )CEL; texts of hymn numbers 155, 213, 274, 539, and accompaniments of numbers 118. 340. 341, 342, and 539, from Resource Collection of Hymns and Service Music for the Liturgy. © 1981, ICEL. All righ ts reserved. Used with permission.

Selected Scripture texts used in this work are taken from the NEW AMERICAN BIBLE and the LECTIONARY FOR MASS, copyright © 1970 by the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. Washington, D.C. and are used by license of said copyright owner. No part of the NEW AMERICAN BIBLE AND THE LECTIONARY FOR MASS may be reproduced in any form without permission in writing. All rights reserved.

Cover design by Paul Fowler

The copyrigh ted contents of this book may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of the author-editor.

Contents and Collection

Pew Edition © copyright 1972, and Organ-Choir Edition © copyright 1974, by Theodore Marier. Belmont, MA. Revised and Enlarged Organ-Choir Edition © copyright 1983, by BACS Publishing Co., Belmont, MA.

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FOREWORD

Liturgically, the great work of the Church in the final quarter of the twentieth century is to bring into practice the changes suggested by the Second Vatican Council. In the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, the Council called for congregational singing as participation in worship and as so mcth ing to be encouraged. Subsequent documents from the Sacred Congregation of Rites and from the National Conference of Catholic Bishops have made this call more explicit.

This book represents a carefully researched and experimentally tested response to this call of the Council. Theodore Marier, its compiler, is rightly recognized for his leadership and creativity in religious music. In this volume, he has brought together all that is needed for :1 complete program of congregational singing. He offers a musical format for the Order of Mass in which the congregation can easily participate. He provides liturgically appropriate musical settings for a wide range of services as well as an excellent selection of hymns.

This book offers much to Catholic worship. It fills the great need for a structured program which can assist in the development of congregations that feel comfortable with sung participation in the Liturgy.

The experience of the materials in this book has greatly enriched the worship at St. Paul's Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This community has become more and more aware of how much it is strengthened and enriched in its prayer by the ability of tile entire congregation to express its faith and devotion in song.

Hopefully, the wide distribution of Hymns, Psalms and Spiritual Canticles will provide similar experiences to great numbers of worshipers. May it open to us something of what St. Paul meant when he exhorted the Colossians to "Let the word of Christ dwell in you abundantly; in all wisdom teach and admonish one another by hymns, psalms and spiritual canticles. singing in your hearts to God by his grace. "

Rev. John P. Boles, Pastor St. Paul Church Cambridge, Massachusetts

Feast of the Epiphany, 1983

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PREFACE

This parish manual has been developed and tested through two decades of continuous daily use at the Church of St. Paul, Cambridge, Mass. The music is designed primarily for singing by cantor, celebrant and congregation with and without choir. When a choir is present, the manual provides 11lImC!"ous optional choral settings as musical enrichments of the liturgical prayers. For example, as options. the choir can sing descants to the gospel and other acclamations; four-part (SATB) settings for psalm verses: through-composed compositions for choir and congregation of the responsorial I's;i1ms of major feasts: and parts 0 f the Mass ord inary , so me in simple and others in more elaborate sctt IIl;c,S for choir, congregation and organ.

The grade of difficulty of the music ranges Irorn the very simple to the more complex. For example, there are one-note recitations of the Glory to God and We Believe, and simple chant-like antiphons and refrains. There are also technically more demanding compositions in contemporary polyphonic style by Anton Heiller , Jean Langlais and Russell Woollen. At whatever level of difficulty, the music includes a part for the people.

For the "core" programs of the Mass, Responsorial Psalms, Morning and Evening Prayer (Service of Light), Compline (Night Prayer) and other services of communal worship, the musical style is consistently homogeneous. Experience has shown that stylistic uniformity builds familiarity and thus eases the day-to-day rendition of new musical settings of liturgical texts. There is, moreover. music provided for every liturgical even t ind icated in both the Lectionary and the Sacramentary .

ORDER OF MASS

Simple chant-like melodies with organ accompaniments are provided for all the sung priest-people dialogues, starting with "In the name of the Father ... " at the beginning of Mass, to "The Mass is ended ... " The complete setting of the Order of Mass in Latin follows the same style. starting with "In nomine Patris ... " to the final "Ite , missa est ... Deo gratias". For the sake of variety. and offering opportunities for expanding the people's repertory of music that is sung during Mass. the manual contains numerous alternate settings of the Mass texts that include unison melodies, polyphonic compositions for choir-organ-congregation. and Gregorian Chants.

HYMNS

From the rich store of classical and contemporary Christian hymnody. the manual offers .no hymns, providing suitable texts and tunes for all occasions of worship. The harmonizations of many of the traditional chorales arc by J .5. Bach, and the hymn tunes of later composers are given either in their traditional arrangements or in carefully prepared settings. Contemporary poets. imbued with a sense of the Church's mainstream theology, have provided texts that are rich in imagery and rhythmic vitality. Along side of such classical texts as 0 God. Our Help in Ages Past by Isaac Watts, Godhead Here ill Hiding by Gerard Manley Hopkins, and At the Name of Jesus by Caroline Noel, the hymn section of the manual offers numerous contemporary texts such as 0 God, from Whom Mankind Derives its Name by Frederick Kaan, 0 Lord. You Are My God by John Dunn, Think of the SOil of God. an ancient Gaelic poem translated by Douglas Hyde, and 0 God of Light by James Quinn. S.J.

The first lines of hymns as titles arc presented in alphabetical seq uence to facilitate locating a particular hymn. At the same time, the hymns have been arranged to avoid page turns wherever possible. Many of tile hymn texts arc metrical paraphrases of psalms. These were carefully researched and selected to offer practical alternatives to the prose psalm settings. Experience has shown that some congregations are more comfortable singing tunes and texts that have a regular recurring pulse than they arc when singing tunes and texts in free rhythm. In choosing these metrical settings, care was taken to include all the "common" psalms for tile seasons and feasts shown in the Lectionary.

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PSALMS

The psalms are presented in numerical order. The translations have been drawn from a variety of sources such as the New American Bible, the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, The Psalms by Mary Perkins Ryan, The Grail, Psalms for Modern Man, and the Latin Vulgate. With the permission of the copyright owners, some transpositions of the phrases were made in selected psalms in order to accommodate the musical cadences. In some psalms, also with permission, a non-restrictive language was adopted except where texts are under copyright limitations. The numberings of the psalms and verses arc given according to the printed texts of the source books. A psalm with its proper or appropriate antiphon is given for every occasion listed in the Lectionary.

MISCELLANEOUS LITURGIES

There is a musical setting in the manual for every rite given in the Sacramentary. For ease of rendering by parish groups, both Morning and Evening Prayer are offered in the form of "core" programs. Nigh t Prayer, with psalm options, is presented as in the Breviary. The complete texts of all four Passions of Our Lord are given full musical settings, suitable for singing by congregation and three cantors.

READINGS

For private reading or for group recitation. there are some 40 selections from the Old and New Testaments, from the recently discovered Odes of Solomon, with their inspiring Christological orientation, together with several quotations from the Imitation of Christ by Gerard Groote. Accompanied by soft organ music, these readings serve as excellent Communion meditations, especially when selected to accent the theme of a particular celebration.

INDICES

Fourteen indices expose the content and function of the manual so that the user can readily prepare programs for any worship occasion. A glance at the General Index at the front of the book will reveal the overall layout of the manual. The remaining indices are located at 'the back of the book. There the musician-liturgist will find listings on easy-to-read charts of the proper responsorial psalms and antiphons for all Sundays of the ABC Years, Solemnities, Feasts, Propers of the Saints, etc., with suggested hymns that reflect the theme of each liturgy. Other lists include titles of hymns, tunes. meters, composers, arrangers, authors, music, and text sources.

APPRECI ATION

A word of thanks is hereby expressed to those who contributed support and practical assistance OVL'r the past ten years to the organization and preparation of this manual. This list is a long one and many will thus remain anonymous because they participated anonymously in the singing of the congregation with whom the music included in this book was first tried, "as silver is tried by fire!" Without them experimentation with new materials could not have been made nor a synthesis such as this one achieved. We thank them for their patience and support.

But there were individuals whose names ought to be mentioned, persons who brought inspiration and encouragement over a score of years without whom, like the anonymous members of the congregation. neither beginnings could have been made nor the termination of the project realized.

First, there was Edith Alice Marier, whose unabating loving support as wife and choir-mother, gave great and continuing daily impetus to the project until her untimely death in June, 1977: Rev. Joseph I. Collins, Pastor-Emeritus of St. Paul's. whose joy of song and enthusiasm for the sung liturgy provided a spiritual and practical matrix from which the Choir School was formed and thus, too, this manual. With competence and firm dedication to the task, there were others to whom a debt of gratitude is here warmly expressed. John Dunn, for example, whose keen eye for liturgical and musical detail helped to keep the work on course over the entire period of preparation. His assiduous investigation of classical and contemporary hymnody gave the hymn section of the book considerable variety and scope 3S well as providing suitable or proper selections for all Sundays. Solemnities and Feasts given in the Lectionary. In addition to the numerous original texts and psalm paraphrases he contributed. he is primarily responsible for the alteration of many of the hymn texts in order to make their language more sympathetic to current theological thinking and inore comfortable to sing. He, moreover contributed encyclopedic charts of psalms and hymns as they relate to the themes given in the Lectionary.

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Our thanks for his hard work, insights and concern. To David Goodine, Sr., and David Goodine, Jr., for their unyielding supervision of production logistics and proof-reading, with strong assists from Elizabeth Stouffer and Martin Stankard. Over the last decade various details of preparation also fell into the competent and willing hands of Rev. Joseph Fratic, Joseph Policelli, Edward and Charlene l Iaugh , Mary Geiger, Rita Waldron, and Louis Faiola. To them we extend our gratitude for their dedication to this project and their cooperationin its realization.

Theodore Marier Easter, 1983

COPYRIGHT SOURCES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The publishers and individuals who permitted the inclusion of their copyrighted music and texts are listed below. To them we express our thanks. A serious attempt was made to track down every copyrighted text, tune and arrangement. Our apology for any oversight that may have occurred in the process of selection and research.

Unless otherwise indicated below, all the musical settings of the Mass texts, the psalms and their antiphons, and service music, included in this music manual were composed or arranged by the author/editor and are the copyrighted property of the publisher. Included also are his original texts, tunes, harmonizations, and choral arrangements as indio cared on the pages of the Hymns section of the book.

Grateful acknowledgement is hereby expressed for permission to include herein suitable original copyrighted texts and music drawn from existing available sources. Included are the following:

ORDER OF MASS

The International Committee on English in the Liturgy (ICEL), Washington, D.C., for translations from the Roman Missal, including texts for the Entrance Rite, the Liturgy of the Word, the Liturgy of the Eucharist, the Communion and Dismissal Rites, Gospel Acclamations, and Blessings. copyrighted in 1970,1973,1975, and 1976:

The International Consultation 011 English Texts (ICET), Washington, D.C., for translations of Gloria, Credo. Preface Dialogue, Sanctus, and Agnus. Used with permission.

Summy-Birchard Music, a Division of the Birch Tree Group, Ltd., Princeton, N.J. for Numbers 43.44,45,47 .IU, and 84:

Editions Schola Cantorum , Paris, for Number 48.

HYMNS

Geoffrey Chapman, a DIvision of Cassell, Ltd. London, for texts of Nos. 146,149,154,160,2.'.6, .'.40, 2<)6, 335, 355, and 596:

The Church Hymnal Corporation, New York, for texts of Nos. 156, 244, 322, and for tunes and harmouizat ions of Nos. 166,188, and 243;

Concordia Publishing Co., St. Louis, Missouri, for No. 338A:

1. Curwen and Sons, c/o G. Schirmer, N.Y., for texts of Nos. 103 and 272, and for harmonization of No. 272:

John Dunn, Arlington, Massachusetts, for texts of Nos. 109,110, 1 13(vs. 4), 138, 140{vs. 4), 162, 163(vs. 4), 168, I 73(vs. 4),178,179, 200(vs. 1),225, 233(vs. 4), 245,252,253,265,277, 281(vs. 3), 282(vs. 3), 292, 296(vs. 5), 311(vs. 5), 313, 316(vs. 3), 327, 329, 337, 346(alt.), 353, and 354(vs. 4):

Faber Music, Ltd., London, for texts of Nos. 133,222,309,334;

Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, Indiana, for texts of Nos. 262, 263 and 264;

Galaxy Music Corp., New York, agents for Galliard , Ltd., for text of No. 238;

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John Webster Grant, Canada, for text of No. 354;

H. W. Gray Co., Inc., a subsidiary of Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp., for tunes and harmonizations of Nos. 168. 192. 216,317,322;

Frederick l larris & Co.. Ltd., Canada, for text or No. 339;

Martin B. Hellriegel. St. Louis, Mo., for texts oj" Nos. 163(vss. 1-3) and 336;

Hinshaw Music Inc., North Carolina, for musical setting of No. 206:

Hope Publishing Co., Illinois, for texts of Nos. 127, 130, 159, 166, 190,289,310, and 311,

Hymn Society of America, Ohio, for texts of Nos. 214,215, 239, and 362;

International Committee on English in the Liturgy (ICEL), Inc .. Washington, D.C., for texts of Nos. 155, 213. 274. 539, and accompaniments of Nos. 118,340.341,342, and 539;

International Consultation on English Texts (ICET) Washington. D.C., for text of No. 361;

A. R. Mowbray & Co., Ltd., Canada, for text of No. 188;

Oxford University Press. London., for texts of Nos I 53(vss. 4&5),253,319,359, and for tunes and/or harmonizations of Nos. 116, 133, 157, 178, 179,218,249,277,286, 289,313,and 359;

Michael Perry, England, for text of No. 291;

The Pilgrim Press, New York, for texts of Nos. 234 and 243;

Proprietors of Hymns Ancient and Modern, England, for texts of Nos. 217,321,333, and for tunes and/or harmonizations of Nos. 109, 146, 149,159, and 207;

1effrey W. Rowthorn, Connecticut, for text of No. 597;

St.Tosephs Abbey, Spencer, Mass., for text of No. 233(vss. 1-3):

St. Mary's Abbey, West Mailing, England, for text of No. 348;

Search Press, Ltd .. London, for text of No. I 73{vss. 1-3);

1. E. Seddon, England, for text of No. 186:

Society of Sacred Mission, England, for text of No. 343;

Summy-Birchard, a Division of Birch Tree Group, Ltd., Princeton, N.J. for English adaptations of Latin texts of Nos. 171, 172,219,220; for texts of Nos. 129, 193,331,347; for harmonizations of Nos. 121A, 131, 139, 141. 160. 161,163,164,170,189,193,195,198,204,223,226,255. 280, 306, 326, 331, 339,351,596; and for musical settings of Nos. 135,285,330, and 347;

Gordon Truitt, Maryland, for text of No. 293;

Norman Warren, England, for tune of No. 291;

Yale University Press, Connecticut, for text of No. I 53(vss. 1-3);

H. F. Yardley, Canada, and F.J. Whitely, Canada, for text of No. 278;

1976 Board of Governors for the 41st Eucharistic Congress, Phila., Pa., for text and tune of No. 360

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PSALTER

The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C., for selected verses from psalms as given in the New American Bible and the Lectionary for Mass, copyright © 1970. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Included are selections from Psalms 1,4, IS, 16, 18, 19,22,24,25,27,30,31,33,34,45,47, SO, 5 1,54,62,63,67,68,71,72,86,90, 91,92,93,95,96,97,98, !O3, 104, 107, 112, I i3, 117, 118, 121,122,123,126,128,130,131,136,137,138,139, 145,146,147. and verses from Exodus IS, and Daniel 3: .

The International Committee on English in the Liturgy (ICEL), Washington, D.C., for selected texts of antiphons and responses from the lectionary for Mass, copyright © 1970. Used with permission.

The National Council of the Churches of Christ, New York, for selected verses from the psalms as found in the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, including Psalms 13.24,40,42-43,78,80,96, 110, 124, 132, and verses from Isaiah 12, copyrighted 1946. 1952,© 1971,1973;

Fides-Claret ian. Notre Dame. Indiana, for selected verses from The Psalms, including Psalms 23(22). 29(28), 66(<>5). 80(79),84(83),100(99),116(115), and 119(118);

Psalms 32 and 65, are adapted from Psalms for Modern Man in todays English version. Copyright © American Bible Society, 1970. Used with permission;

GIA Publications, Chicago, III, for No. 377;

Paul Manz, Minnesota, for No. 429;

Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, Italy, for tunes of Nos. 374,385,386,403,414,430,434,461,469, and 475, adapted from GraduaIe Simplex;

1. Gerald Phillips, Leominster, Massachusetts, for antiphon at No. 444;

Joseph Policelli, Boston, Massachusetts. for Antiphon A at No. 388.

MISCEllANEOUS LITURGIES AND SCRIPTURE READINGS

The International Committee on English in the liturgy (ICEl), Washington, D.C. for translations from the Roman Missal, antiphons, prayers, introductory rites, litanies, acclamations, Psalm 95, and "Saints of God" from the Burial Rite, copyrighted 1970,1973,1975, and 1976. Used with permission.

International Consultation on English Texts (ICET), for translations of Benedictus and Simeon's Canticle. Used with permission.

The Grail, England, for verses from Psalms 4, 63,134, and 149;

The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C., for selected verses from Daniel 3, Psalms 22, 31,91. Luke 2, readings from Scripture, and the four Passions, as given in the New American Bible and the lectionary for Mass, copyright © 1970. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Psalms 23 and 141, are adapted from Psalms for Modern Man, in today's English version. Copyright © American Bible Society. 1970. Used with permission.

The National Council of the Churches of Christ, New York, for verses from luke I, as given in the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyrighted 1946, 1952, © 1971, 1973;

William Alfred, Cambridge, Mass., for his translation of Vexilla Regis, namely, The Brave Flags of Our King;

Joseph Policelli, Boston, Mass., for the melody of the antiphon at No. 527;

America Press, N.Y., for selected lines from The Following of Christ;

The Trappist Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsernani , Kentucky, for permission to use selected Odes of Solomon, in their translation of these poems from the Original Greek.

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GENERAL INDEX

FOREWORD '" . " ' .

PREFACE : .

COPYRIGHT SOURCES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .

ORDER OF MASS - ENGLISH

Entrance Rite . .

Liturgy of the Word .

Liturgy of the Eucharist .

Communion Rite .

Concluding Rite .

Supplementary Polyphonic Settings .

1-9

10 - 15 16 - 29 30 - 33 34 - 39A 40 - 49

CANTUS IN ORDINE MISSAE _ _ .

Ritus Initiales _ . _ .

Ad Liturgiam Verbi .

Liturgia Eucharistica .

Ritus Cornmunionis .

Ad Ritus Conclusionis .

Supplementary Mass Chants .

Supplementary Polyphonic Settings _ ..

50 - 56 57 - 63 64 - 68 69 - 72 73 - 75 76 - 82 83 - 84

GOSPEL ACCLAMA nONS _ .

Sundays and Weekdays of Advent ., .

Sundays and Weekdays of Christmastide _

Sundays and Weekdays of Lent and Holy Week .

Lenten Feasts and Solemnities _ .

Eastertide Sundays and Solemnities .

Sundays of the Year and Solemnities of

the Year .

Proper of the Sai.nts: Solemnities and Feasts ....

Season of the Year: Weekdays, Common,

Votive and Ritual Masses .

General Use: Choir only .

Alleluia - Gregorian Chant Mode 2 .

Alleluia - Gregorian Chant Mode 4 .

Alleluia - Gregorian Chant Mode 8 .

85 86

87 - 90 90A

91

92 - 93 94

95

95A - 95B 96

97

98

Complete listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 612

HYMNS - Alphabetical by title _ .

v

VII

IX

1-49

50 - 84

85 - 98

99 - 362

Complete Listing _ .. _ _ . _ .. 603

RESPONSORIAL PSALMS AND ANTIPHONS _ _ _ 363 - 477 A

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MISCELLANEOUS LITURGIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 478 - 554

Morning Prayer - A Core Program 478

Evening Prayer (Service of Light)

A Core Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 490

Night Prayer (Compline) 499

Presentation of the Lord (February 2) . . . . 5 II

Ash Wednesday 5 I 5

Passion Sunday 5 I 6

Passion According to St. Matthew. . . . . . . . . 520 Passion According to St. Mark . . . . . . . . . . . 521

Passion According to St. Luke 522

Holy Thursday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 523

Holy Thursday - Mass of Chrism .. 524

Good Friday .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 526

Passion According to St. John 529

Easter Vigil 533

Rite of Baptism . . . 536

Rite of Confirmation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 537

Rite of Christian Burial .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 538

Rite of Ordinations of Deacons and Priest s .. 550

Sacrament of Reconciliation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 552

Ritual for Admitting Choristers into

the Choir 553

SCRIPTURE READINGS AND MEDITATIONS 555 - 594

SUPPLEMENTARY HYMNS AND CHANTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 595 - 598

INDICES

599 - 612

Responsorial Psalms and Antiphons for:

- ABC Yearly Liturgical Cycles: All Sundays and Solemnities with Selected Appropriate

Hymns 599

- Proper of Saints: All Solemnities,

Feasts and Memorials , 600

- Weekday Liturgical Cycles 601

- Common, Ritual Masses, Masses for

Various Occasions, Votive Masses 602

Numerical List of Psalms, Antiphons and

Psalm Hymns 603

Alphabetical List of Hymn Tunes 604

Metrical Index of Hymn Tunes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 605 Gregorian Chants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606A Psalm Tones by Modes and Endings . . . . . . . . . . . 606B

Readings from Scripture and Other Sources 607

Authors, Translators and Text Sources 608

Composers, Arrangers and Music Sources 609

Topical Index of Seasonal Hymns and Uses , 610

Alphabetical List of Antiphons, Responses,

Responsories, Refrains, Canticles, and

Invitatories 611

Alphabetical List of First Lines of Hymns

and Common Titles 612

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THE ORDER OF MASS

Entrance Rite

ENTRANCE SONG Selections appropriate to the feast or the theme of the celebration will be found listed in the Index.

The Sign of the Cross

1

At the conclusion of the Entrance Song, all remain standing and make the sign of the cross as the Celebrant sings the following:

eel.

In the name of the Fa-ther,

and of the Son,

and of the Ho - ly Spir - it.

Greeting

2

Facing the people with arms extended. the Celebrant sings the following:

f~· ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ )1 Ji ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n n Ji ~ I

Cel. ThegraceandpeaceofGod,our Fa-ther, and the Lord Je-sus Christ- be.L, with you.

See also Sacramentary for additional texts

Small notes in organ score

to be played on manuals when pedal part is omitted.

Here follows a brief exposition of the theme of the day's Mass given by the priest or another suitable minister.

*N. B. The small figure 8 beneath the G Clef indicates a pitch one octave lower than shown on staff.

1

3

Penitential Rite

With "Lord. Have Mercy"

My brothers and sisters, to prepare ourselves to celebrate

the sacred _

let us call to mind our sins. _

. Ped.

Cantor or Choir

You were sent to heal the con . trite:}

"You are mighty God and Prince of peace: L d h

*You raise the dead to life _ in the spir . it: or ,. ave mer

"Lord, Jesus, you raise us __ to a new __ life:

cy.

; .

. Ped.

I'i I ~.-J } iF· J J F
All Lord, _ have mer cV.
f * Altemate invocations See Sacramentary for additional texts

Cantor or Choir

r

You came to call_ SIn ners. }
* Lord Jesus, you are Son of
God and Son of Ma ry: Christ ,_have mer - cy.
* You bring pardon and peace to the sin ner:
* Lord Jesus, you for - gIve us our __ SillS: . Ped.

2

r

All

f

Christ, _ have mer

cv.

You plead for us at the right

hand L of the

"Lord Jesus, you are Word made

flesh and splendor of the

"You bring light to those in

"Lord Jesus, with your body and blood you

FFaa - thher: } Lord,_ have - t er:

dark - ness:

feed.L; us:

mer

cy.

- Ped.

- Ped.

All Lord.i.have mer

f ___

cy.

Cel. May al- might - y

p ~---------

for - give L

us our sins,

and bring us

to

ev - er - last - mg

life. __

;

---

-----men.L,

.,

+ Ped.

3

4

Penitential Rite

With "I Confess"

r

r

Cel. My brothers and sisters, to prepare ourselves to celebrate

the sacred mys -ter- ies, let

t:'I

us call to mind our sins. _

Cel. and People

~----------------------------------------~. ~

confess to almighty God, and to you, my brothers and sisters,

m

+ Ped.

that I have sinned through my fault in my thoughts and in my words, in what I

have done, and in what I have failed to do:

-& and I ask blessed Mary, ever Virgin,

~

the angels and saints, and you, my brothers and sisters, to

------pray for me

tr <::

---------------------- ~

4

~r r

to the Lord, our God. Cel. May al-might-y God have mer- cy on us,

p ---------

for - give_ us

-r-f

r· r· f' r

our sins, and bring us to everlasting life.i;

r

All A

men.

Lord, Have Mercy

5

Cel .. Cantor or Choir alternating with All

Cel .. Cantor r· or Choir

cy .

.;

r

have mer - cy.

----

have mer

-Ped.

Cel .. Cantor r

or Choir Christ.i, have mer - cy.

p';.

f

-Ped.

mer - cy.

____... Cel .. Cantor

or Choir Lord, have mer

p';. .;

.._....,

All

- Ped.

+ Ped.

5

6 Rite of Blessing and Sprinkling Holy Water

This Rite of Blessing and Sprinkling with Holy Water may replace the Penitential Rite at the beginning of Sunday Masses in churches and chapels.

The Celebrant makes the sign of the cross and greets the people as in No.1, Page 1. A vessel containing the water to be blessed is placed before him. Facing the people, he invites them to pray, chanting the following:

*~b i

p r

Dear friends, this wa - ter will be used to re - mind us of our bap - tism. Let us

l =l

J) J P r

p

ask God to bless it, and to keep us faith-ful to the Spir- it he has giv - en us._

After a brief silence. he joins his hands and continues with either A or B below.

* b Outside the Easter feason

A~ J> J) J) J J1 J) ) J) ) J) )J J) J~ ) .f:J , ~ I

God our Fa - ther, your gift of wa - ter brings life and fresh-ness ro.., the earth;

l l l ~

( F"] J) J ~

J "

It wash - es

a - way our sins

and brings us

e - ter

nal

life.

..

J)

i J ~

II

ask you

now

to

bless + this

wa ter,

and

to glve

us

J> } }

} l

J

pro - tee - tion

on

this

day which

you

have

made_ your

own.

f~b J) J) ( J) ( .. J1 ( ( .. ( J
,p J) J) Jl J) J1 ,p
Re - new the liv - mg spring of your life with - m us f~' Ji } } l } } } l } } } J .. ) ~ J II
J) J
v and come ill - to your pres -ence to re - ceive your gift of sal - va - tion. f" :f?u I.. ~ 3 J
J) P ji J II
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
6 During the Easter Season
*~b J) ~ [ J) J ~ ~ ~ ) ~ ) PJ J
B J) J) J1 J) J1 J1 J
Lord God al- might - y, hear the pray - ers of your pea - pie: '_b l } l l l l l l l J) F J J
J
we cel - e - brate our cre - a - tion and re - demp - tion. f ~b l } l l } } fJ Jl 3 II jl Jl Jl Jl i/l Jl )1 Jl 3 I

and re - fresh-ment and cleans-ing.; to man. You chose wa -ter to show your good - ness

,,p ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ }) ~ FJ J
; J1 J) J1 J1 J1 Jl J1 Jl J
when you led your pea - pIe to free - dam through the Red_ Sea f~b } } l l l l
and sat - is - fied their thirst III the des - ert with wa - ter from_ the rock.

f~b L J) J) L L J) J) ~ ~ FJ j l l l l
J) ji ji Ifl ; J
Wa - ter was the sym - bol used by the proph - ets to fore - tell your new cov - e - nant_with man. You made the wa - ter of bap-tism ho - Iy

by Christ's

f~b ,p )1 ,p )1 n J I III } } l Jill } J1 ,p n Jl 311

bap-tism in the Jor- dan: by it you give us new birth and re-new us in ho - Ii-ness.

~~" L .. ~ L ~ L ~

W J)J1J)J)J1J)J1

May this wa - ter re - mind us of

our

bap - tism,

and let us share the joy

l

J1

f3l J II

of all who have been bap-tized at

East - er. We ask _ this through Christ.our Lord. 7

When salt is mixed with the water, the Celebrant blesses the salt, chanting as above:

} J

Al-rnight-v God, we ask you to bless.,»

this salt

as once you blessed the salt

~}LJF~ FJi} } } J l J } J1 J II) Jl ) )1

V :-~eat - tered 0 - ver the wa - ter by the proph-et E - lish - a. Wher - ev - er this

~l~ L L L L~ll~ L L L.J sJ ~~t~

J1 Ji J) J) Ii J1 J) J1 J1 Jl Jl Jl J) ~ 1??)1

, salt and wa - ter are sprink-Ied, drive a - way the pow-er of e - vil, and pro-teet us

through Christ_our Lord.

Then he pours the salt into the water ill silence. Taking the sprinkler, the Celebrant sprinkles himself and his ministers, then the rest of the clergy and the people. He may more through the church for the sprinkling of the people.

During this action, one of the following may be sung:

Outside the Easter Season: No. 476 WITH JOY YOU WILL DRAW WATER and ISAIAH 12 No. 307 SPRINGS OF WATER, BLESS THE LORD and I SAW WATER

No. 245 0 HOLY SPIRIT, ENTER IN

During the Easter Season: No. 308 ALLELUIA and I SAW WATER

No. 312 THE CHURCH'S ONE FOUNDATION (Verses 1 and 2)

When he returns to his place and the song is finished. the Celebrant faces the people with joined hands, and sings the following with which the Rite of Sprinkling ends:

I

May

al - might - y God cleanse us

of our sins,

and through the eu - char - ist we

L

J1

~- .. =±.. '1m] V=U p' r . P P P P P P r-p P P P P P P P ~ II

( eel - e - brate make us wor-thy to sit at his ta - ble in his hcav - en -Iy king - dam.

A

men. _

+ Ped. I

When prescribed, the GLORY TO GOD follows immediately.

During Advent and Lent when the GLORY TO GOD is omitted, the closing prayer of the RITE OF SPRINKLING (above) is also omitted, Instead, the OPENING PRAYER of the Mass (see at No. 9) is chanted and the Mass continues as usual.

8

Glory to God

(On one tone)

7

Cel., Can tor or Choir

All

T.M.

Glory to God in the highest, / and peace to his people on earth. / Lord God, heavenly King.y f:'I

-

--

almighty God and Father ,/we worship you, we give you thanks/we praise you for your glory. /

--- &::=::

_0. e

Lord Jesus Christ, only Son of the Father,/ Lord God, Lamb of God,/you take away the sin

~~

--- ...... 3:::::::=:::3:::========::::::- # ~----&

+Ped.

-

of the world: /have mercy on us;! you are seated at the right hand of the Father./ receive

_6 ~& 0.

-

our prayer. / For you alone are the Holy One,/ you alone are the Lord, /

~

you alone are the

~------

- Ped.

Most High, Jesus Christ, ;With the Holy Spirit.yin the glory of God the Father. Amen.

_- -----..

~ ~ ~ ~ ~---- .0.===--

+ Ped.

9

8

Glory to God

T.M.

Organ

Celebrant, Cantor

or Choir Glo - ry to God In the high - est,

r r

God,_

A II and peace _

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to his peo - ple

+Ped.

heav - en - ly King,

al-might-y

cea.. and Fa

~

- ther,

;.

we wor - ship you, _

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It) i'~i r'--r i-r"-'i f' • ,... sus c!st,
we give .; you thanks, _ we praise you for your glo - ry. Lord Je -
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+Ped. r·----r·

on -Iy Son of the Fa

r

10

r r r· f

sin _ of the world: have mercy on us;

r

you are seat - ed

at the ~g::~~

.. . the Fa - ther:

r j:_j-

a -lone are the Ho - Iy One,

J.

J.

I

r

I

I

I

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T

1

you a - lone

are the Lord, _

you a - lone are the

_J J.

-Ped.

+ Ped.

- sus Christ, with the Ho - Iy Spir

_J

it,

In the glo - ry of

r r

God_ the Fa - ther.

r

A

men,

r-r·-r r

a

men._

11

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9

Opening Prayer

Chanting Formula and Amen

Suggested Musical Form for OPENING PRAYER

j) J

II ~

us pray.

All powerful and ever living God, direct your

(1)

FJ@J

(2)

J

love that IS with - In _ us,

that our efforts In the name of your

Son

f· (3) DOXOLOGY
~ J II ~
may bring mankind to unity and peace. We ask this through our Lord f' l J ~
Jesus Christ.i, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy I

Spir - it,

one God, for

ev - er and ev

- er.

r r

Al~ A - men.

J 1.-..1_ 1

+ Ped. 1 r

(1) Mediant pause in a sentence.

(2) Flex. Used only when a long phrase requires a pause for the sake of punctuation. (3) Formula for sentence ending.

12

Liturgy of the Word

FIRST READING Old Testament

A t the conclusion - Reader: This is the word of the Lord.

All: Thanks be to God.

RESPONSORIAL PSAlM For appropriate psalm or psalm hymn, see Index.

SECOND READING New Testament Epistle.

At the conclusion - Reader: This is the word of the Lord.

A ll: Thanks be to God.

GOSPEL ACCLAMATION See Nos. 85 to 98 inclusive.

THIRD READING Gospel If sung, responses and formula for chanting are given below.

Gospel Responses

10

r

r

eel. or Deacon

The Lord.; be with ; you. All And al - so with you.

C. or D. A reading from the holy gos - pel ac-cord-ing to N.

r

A II Glo -ry to you.Lord.

f-

+ Ped.

13

11

Gospel Chant and Conclusion

Suggested formula for chanting

Elements of chanting formula include: Reciting Tone; Flex, to give variety to a long verbal clause; Mediant Cadence; Reciting Tone and Final Cadence; Episema, that is, a short line over a note ~ for expressive emphasis over selected syllables.

=±= --

Phrase punctuations occur at the Quarter Bar == and the Half Bar ~ to suggest a

slight slackening of the verbal rhythm; and at the Double Bar ~ where a slight pause at the end of a sentence is indicated.

Text pointed for chanting as given below is that of Easter Sunday.

Final Cadence

J II ,~

Flex Mediant Cadence
J '" J '" J
Jl ; ~
week, while it was still dark,
J Reciting Tone

,.

Early in the morning on the first day of the

came to the tomb. She saw that the stone had been moved away,

f· J l '" '" J
.~ Jl ~ J1
so she ran off to Simon Peter and the other disciple (the one Je - sus loved), ) J

Short quotation of two sentences in one segment of the formula

I J I

told them,

"The Lord has been taken from the tomb!

We don't know where

they have put him!" At that, Peter and the other disciple started out on their

Quarter Bar
f· J II J I
~. ~~
~ay toward the tomb. They were running side by side, but then the other Half Bar

J

and reached the tomb first.

He did not enter but bent

14

Double Bar
fd) I.. J J II
Jl P ~~ ~~
down to peer in, and saw the wrappings lying on the ground. Presently, f* l l J l I.. I.. I.. J
J) ~ Jl Jl Jl Jl II ••
Simon Peter came a-long be - hind him and en - tered the tomb. He observed the the ground and saw the piece of cloth which had covered the

Episema
f- l I l I.. I.. :n I.. J I
J1 Jl J1 Jl Jl ~ I ••
head not ly - mg with the wrap-pings, but rolled up in a place by itself. Then

Two sentences connected within the formula
f- :~ d· . 1 h h d . d fi l I.. l J ... I.. l l J
Jl P J) J) Jl Jl J) I
e ISClP e w 0 a arnve irst at the tomb went in. He saw and be - lieved. that Jesus had to rise

Conclusion
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'>.
from the dead.) This IS the gos - pel of the Lord. r

to you, Lord Je - sus

r r

Christ._

15

12

Profession of Faith - I

Choral setting will be found in Appendix On one tone throughout

T.M.

We be-lieve In one God,/All the Father, the Almighty, / maker of heaven

Organ

- Ped.

and earth, / of all that IS seen and -~

unseen. /

We believe in one Lord, Jesus e

the only Son of God, / eternally

q2

begotten of the Father, / God from

Light from Light, / true God from true God, / begotten, not made, / one In

~--------------~

the Father. / Through him all things were made. / For us men

+Ped.

16

All bow up to " ... man."

-- 0' -& -

salvation / he came down from heaven:/ by the power of the Holy Spirit/

and for our

...___.e

he was born of the Virgin Mary, and

,

u_..c:.o

became man. / For

_n_-----,J

our sake he was

I

J

,

-Ped.

crucified under Pontius Pilate.y

suffered, died, and was

_....... buried.z

he

..._

On the third day he rose again/ III fulfillment of the

------

Scripturesc/

he ascended into heaven/ and IS seated at the right hand of the

Father.y

;:::::::=:::::-

:.----..

17

will come again in glory / to judge the be

living and the dead / and his king - ~.o.

+ Ped. in 8va's

dom will have no end. /

We believe in the Holy Spirit, / the Lord, the giver of

-------

proceeds from the Father and the Son./ With the Father and the Son

,

~-- -U(~r (_8va)

-

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he IS worshipped and

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b3

He has spoken through the Prophets.Z

U -----
We believe in one holy, catholic and apostolic Church'; We acknowledge one
>:
r F_U e &
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18 for the

./" u

for:!/, of sins. I We look for the resurrection of the dead,1

and the life of the world to

Profession of Faith - II

13

Cantor or Celebrant

All

T.M.

We be - lieve in one God, the

f

+ Ped.

mak - er of heav - en and earth,

of all _ that IS

seen_ and _

;.--.J

19

un - seen.

We be-lieve in onec Lord, je - sus.Christ, the on - ly- Son c of

- Ped.

r

God.; from., God,_

r

e - ter - nal - ly be -got-ten of the Fa - ther,

Light., from, Light, true God.i, from true God,_

r

be - got - ten, not made,

-Ped.

one

r r--r

In Be - ing with the Fa - ther. Through.him all

r r

things., were., made.

i-t

for our sal - va - tion

he came dowri.; from Lheav - en:

+ Ped.

20

All bow up to " ... man."

/fI ... +t I I

I

It) r j. _____ "_j r j r j. r~
by the pow'r of the Ho - ly Spir - it he was born of the Vir-gin Ma - ry,
I J. j I J I I 1--..1 I
j. I I 1 I "r 1--1 --r r

and be - came_man.

r--r

For our sake., he was cru - ci - fied un -der Pon-tius Pi -

-Ped.

- -

I

I

late;

r j r· - - _ ..... • F'
qr~r--r r
he_ suf - fered,_ died,_ and was bur - ied. On the third _
I r--1 1 " I rl
j "r . r·,--r "r r -Ped. J

" I

day_ he

gain _ in ful - fill- ment t the

..._.." Scrip-tures;

rose _

a -

;.

he as- cend-ed

in - to heav - en and IS seat - ed at the right hand of the

1-J; ; J

Fa - ther.

He will come., a - gain in glo

ry

to judge the liv-ing

J.

- Ped.

+ped.

r

king - dom will have.; no.; end.

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'/1I~+t ......, I ~ L - I ~
It.. ~F'------r' r • r r lit, r r
in the Ho - ly Spir - it, the Lord,_the gtv - er of who pro - ceeds_
I I J. I I 1 J -'-
-, I I I I I I '1 from the Fa-ther and the Son.

With the Fa - ther and the Son he IS

-Ped.

1 I

wor - shipped and glo -

J .J.

r---i'- r r

ri - fied. He has spo - ken through the

I J J

r F'

Proph-ets.

r-J

+ Ped.

I

r

I

r

"lr

I

22

ca - tho - lie and ap - os - tol - ic Church.

We ac-knowl-edge one hap - tism __

for the for - give - ness

of

sms.

r'

We look., for the res - ur - rec - tion of the

r--r

world_to_ come.

A

men.i,

a

r

14

Prayer of the Faithful

Two Settings

A Byzantine B Psalm Tone 8G

Celebrant invites the people to join in the petitions. Then the Celebrant, or some other suitable minister, chants the petitions. Models for the formulae are given below.

Byzantine Formula

That every member of the Body of Christ may work for the welfare of the Church and

the good of all men,

Each petition

concludes: C. Let us pray to the Lord. All

Lord,

r---r

hear our

f

prayer.*

r

r

The concluding oration is chanted by the Celebrant.

Cel. Fa - ther, ... Christ our Lord.

B Gregorian Tone 8G

(f* l ~

IF ~ (l)

~. T1l3.t the holy Church of God (Text given as a model)

* See next page for choir harmonizations of response.

be a most visible sign of the grace of the Resur-rec - tion,

to

r

the Lord.

Concluding oration same as above.

24

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Choir Responses to the Prayer of the Faithful 15

To be sung with the responses of the congregation.

T.M.

c. Let us pray to the Lord. Choir Lord, hear our

(Organ)f

prayer.

+Ped.

2

(Organ

C. Let us pray to the Lord. Choir Lord, hear our_ prayer.

~ ; n

+ Ped.

3

c Let us pray to the Lord. Choir Lord, _ hear _ our _ prayer.

(Organ) ~

+ Ped.

II

c. Let us pray

to the

prayer.

.d_

I r -

+ Ped.

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Liturgy of the Eucharist

OFFERTORY SONG See Index.

INVITATION TO PRAYER

Celebrant: Pray brethren ..... All: May the Lord accept the sacrifice at your hands for the praise and glory of his name, for our good, and the good of all his Church.

16

Prayer over the Gifts

Cel.

. . . through

Christ our Lord .

All

f

r r

A - men.

17 Eucharistic Prayer - Preface Responses I

For Preface in Major Mode

r

Cel. The Lord be with you. All And al - so with you.

f

+ Ped.

--------

Lift __ up your hearts. All We lift them up to the Lord. Cel. Let us

f

;

---

r· r

right to give him

give thanks to the Lord our God.

All It is

+Ped.

26

Eucharistic Prayer - Preface Responses II 18

For Preface in Minor Mode

eel. The Lord.; be with you.

~ ----

All And al - so with you.

f

Organ p

+Ped.

Lift _ up_ your hearts.c; All We lift_ them up to the Lord.c, eel. Let us

f

+ Ped.

give thanks to the Lord.our God.

All It

f

+ Ped.

Eucharistic Prayer - Preface Responses III 19

Organ plays for "All" only

r' r

Lord be with you. al - so with you.

eel. Lift up your hearts. All We lift them up to the Lord.

f

.,

Cd

Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.L,

All

f

r r

It is right to give him thanks and praise.

+ Ped.

27

20

Chanting Formula for Preface I

Major Mode

Reciting Tone

11 ~~

Flex

L

) (J) J

Cel. Fa

- ther,_ all powerful and

ever - liv - ing God,

we do well always and

Mediant Cadence Final Cadence
f L L L J J J A I L J :f3 J
J) J) J) Ii ; ). ()1 J II
c:J (~
-- '--"
ev - 'ry - where to give_ you thanks _ through Je - sus Christ our Lord.L f 11 L L L £J J A
,. J) ~~ t1 J1 J1 J1 (A
---
We praise _ you with greater joy than ev - er on this East - er day,_ ..

;

when Christ became our pas - chal

sac - ri - fice.L;

He is L,

the true Lamb who

f L J I L L l L lJ (.% J ~ I
J) J) c:J ,p ,p ,p

-
took away the sins of the world. By dy - mg he de - stroyed_our death.L, f L L L } 11 :LJ J1
J) ; J) J) (), II ,. Jl ~~
..........,
by ris - mg he re - stored our life. And so,_ with all the choirs f l :J l l l JJ l ? l l L L
J) J) J) E1 J) J) J) ; J)
of angels m heav - en, we pro - claim.your glo - ry- and Jom m their f L ) £3 :J II
J) Jl (31

un - end - mg hymn_ of praise:
28 Holy, Holy, Holy· I

21

Major Mode

T.M.

r

All Ho - ly,

r

ho - ly,

ho - ly Lord, God of pow'r _ and might,

;

f

+Ped.

heav'n _ and earth are full_ of your glo - ry.

Ho - san - na,

oPed.

ho - san - na m the high - est.

Bless - ed is he who comes; m the

;

- Ped.

+ Ped.

-

I

Soprano descant

-....J

Ho -san - na, ho - san

na.

_ II--.rlll--.

- _l_

i

I i

of the Lord.

I

I

I.....J ~ ~ i r

na m the high - est.

name

- na,

ho - san

Ho - san

;

Dr;

+ Ped. r

r r

- Ped.

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-

22

Chanting Formula for Preface II

Minor Mode

(1)- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1

l~ Jl}J')

eel.

Fa - ther, all powerful and ever -liv - mg God, we

do

well

al -

L.

J

m J

(2) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1

I L. L. L. L.

Jl J) J1 JTI J1 a II

ways and everywhere to

give

you thanks,

through Je - sus Christ.i our Lord.

f~) ~ L. J> J }
Iij J1
Through his cross and resurrection he freed us from sm and death and )1 j) J

(3) - - - - - - -

L. L. L.

J1J1Jl P

called us to the glory that has made us a

cho - sen race,

a roy - al priest-

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1

~ J I L. L. J. L. J I L. L. L. ~ L.:::j :::j

V~ = . Jl Jl Jl Jl = : Jl Jl Jl -n Jl j II j) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

hood, a ho - ly na - tion, a peo-ple set_ a - part. Ev - ery-where we pro-claim

f~ L. ) J J L. L. L.
~ J1 ~~ ~ J1 ; J)
your might - y works, for you have called us out of dark -ness ill - to your fi L. ) L. a } L. J> _.L. J I
Jl Jl Jl II ~ 101 J1 J1
own won - der - ful light. And so with all the choirs of an -gels in heav - en PJ L. a
~~ J1 II
J
and join ill their unending hymn.i, of praise. we

pro - claim your glo - ry

(1) For short sentence clauses.

(2) Formula for short sentence endings. (3) Formula for longer sentence endings.

30

Minor Mode

Holy, Holy, Holy II

23

T.M.

All Ho - Iy, ho

r

- ly, ho - Iy Lord, God

;--

of pow'r and might,

I

~.

+ Ped.

heav'n., and earth., are full ,., of your glo

-

ry.

J

Ho

- san -na

-

Bless - ed is he who comes_ 10 the name _

---- .-.

·Ped.

I_ll

-

I

Soprano descant

Ho

-r-I",,_

-

san

na, ho - san

na.

V~I

r· r

of the Lord. _

I:J-~~=r

Ho san

l&f1:

+Ped.

31

j..I I

r

the high

est.

- na m_

24 Holy, Holy, Holy III
T.M .
......_____._
All Ho - Iy, ho - Iy, ho - Iy of pow'r and might,
f ; J ;
+ Ped.
,,'11 I 10-
t.J --- I I i-------i CO'
heav'n and earth are full of your glo ry. Ho -
J I J ; J J .J 1
I I e- r

san - na

----------

in the high

;~J.

est.

Bless - ed

J ;

1S

r

r

Lord.

Ho -

who

comes in the

name_ of the

+Ped.

*

san - na

in

the

high

f-------r

est. _

* Added part is for Choir only.

32

Eucharistic Prayer II

25

T.M.

4£} d~ J

1. Lord, you are ho - ly

2. Let your Spirit come upon these gifts and make them ho

3. Before he was given up to death, / a death he freely ac - cept

4. He broke_

in-deed, ly, ed;

the bread,

4J) (J~ J II

the fountain of _

2. so that they may become for us the

body and blood of our __ Lord, Je

3. he took bread and gave_

4. gave it to his dis - ci - ples,

i_1- .. T.. .. ::J I 3

w.EJ iP Jl J) J1 ~ J1

1.

all

ho

li - ness.

sus Christ. you thanks. and said:

"Take this, all of you, and

£J J J I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ ~ J
J1 J1 J1 ; Ji J) J1 Ji
eat_ it: this 1S my bod - y which will be giv - f~ .. J J ~ J
J ;
en up L; for you." J> 412} (11 J II

s. When supper was_ end ed, he took _ the cup.

6. Again he gave you thanks and praise, gave the cup to his dis - ci - ples and said:

f~ » Jl J) J) J ) JJ ) J J) J) ) .. ) } J
J
"Take this, all of you, and drink.from it: this 1S the cup of my blood, $¥¥Jl J) ~ J) ~ 3 .. J5 ~ !J -... J I II .. .. \. ,
J) J) ; ; J) ; J) J) J) J)
,~
the blood of the new and ev - er - last - mg COy - e - nant. It will be shed
f' J) )) J) J) J) J> ~ J) 0: J5 .. J PJ J II
J) J) ;
for you and for all so that sins may be for - g1V en. @ J) J J) J) J) J) ) J II

,.
Do this in mem - 0 of me."
- ry 33

26

Memorial Acclamations T.M.

(f,' ) } l J } t2J
'" -r J ill J J) '" II
J'i J' Jl
eel. faith.L,
Let us pro - claim_ the mys - ter - y of
A __ .

r· r

Christ _ will

+Ped.

B

r r

All Dy - ing you de - stroyedour death,

ns - ing you re - stored., our life,

~

;.

c

r

this bread and.i, drink __

cup, we pro -

34

r f"

un - til L, you come., In glo - ry.

claim __ your death, Lord., Je

~.

sus,

D

Lord,_

by your

eross_ and

res

ur - ree

tion

+Ped.

r r

of

the world.

you have

;

set _ us free. You

~.----- --~.

the

Sav

- lor

are

~ t'eb,"n, continues

In memory of his death and resur - rec tion,

We thank you for counting us worthy to stand In your pres ence

l\\ay all of us who share in the body and blood __ of Christ

J7J (J\ J II
/ this sav - ing cup.
serve L you.
Spir it. 7. we offer you, Father, / this life - giving bread,

8. and _

9. be brought together in unity by the Holy _

35

E: '"
JJ
Lord,
11.
12.
13. J )

re - mem - ber your Church throughout the _

Remember our brothers and sisters who have gone to

their rest in the hope of rising a

____ Have mercy on us all; / make us worthy to share eternal

life with Mary, the virgin Mother of God,

____ We praise you in union with them,

world;

gain,

make us grow in love together with N., our Pope, N., our Bishop

and all the cler gy.

11. bring them and all the departed into the light of your pres - ence.

12. with the apostles, and with all the saints who have done your

will throughout , the a ges.

13. and give you glory through your Son, Je - sus Christ.

27

Eucharistic Prayer - Conclusion I

Major Mode

(JJ

Through him,_ with.him,

in _him,

in the u - ni - ty of the Ho - ly

8

Spir

- it,

~ ~ ~ L ~ L L ~ L L JJ J J
J1 ; ; J) ; ; J1 J) Jl cJ J)
---=-
all glo - ry and han - or IS yours, al might- y Fa - ther.L,
r... ,

r r

for - ev - er and ev - er.

All A

(J _

- men,_ al

J ' ,'"

1"£ t~

II

+Ped.

36

Eucharistic Prayer - Conclusion II 28

Minor Mode

'j n ~ oJ] ) n J I)) ~ ~ p p ~ fj ) n J

8

Cel. Through him, with him, in him, in the u - ni - ty of the Ho - ly Spir - it,

for ev - er and ev - er.

Sop. - Alto descant

men.Lc,

All

A

men.L;

;

+ Ped.

Eucharistic Prayer - Conclusion III

29

Cel. Through him, with him, in_ him, in the u - ni - ty of the Ho -ly Spir- it,

all glo - ry and

f ~ jJ Jl Ji ;p Jl Jl J! n j I Ji jJ Jl J! Jj J II

hon - or is yours, al - might-y Fa - ther, for - ev - er and ev - er.

r

men,

a

men.

--- ---

+Ped.

37

uv

comrnuruon tiite

Our Father I

T.M.

f eel. L~t"' pray with confidence to the

1JJ

Fa - ther

in the words our Sav - ior gave., us:

hal-lowed be thy name; thy king-dom come;

----- ;.---;-;.-

"I I

thy will be done on earth as it

-;---;

r--r

is in heav - en.

Give us

r

for-give us our tres - pass -es

as we for - give., those who tres -pass a-gainst us;

J ;--;--- .---;

r "<. /r·-f----r r

and lead us not in - to temp - ta - tion, but.i, de -liv - er us from e - viI.

"'/

3R

EMBOLISM

us, Lord from every

e - viI,

and grant us peace In our day.

;-J.~----;

. Ped.

In your mer - cy keep us free., from sin and pro -tecr us from all anx -1 - e - ty

;---;-----;.---;-;---;. -

we wait In JOY - ful hope

ACCLAMATION

pow'r and the glo

d

r

- ry are yours, now and for-ev

er.

+Ped.

RITE OF PEACE

Celebrant: Lord Jesus Christ, you said to your apostles: I leave you peace, my peace I give you. Look not on our sins, but on the faith of your Church, and grant us the peace and unity of your kingdom where you live for ever and ever. All Amen.

r r

Cel. The peace of the Lord., be with you al - ways. All And al - so with you._

(Spoken): Let us offer each other the sign of peace. 39

31

Our Father - II

Sacramentary

JJJ

£J J II

Let us pray with confidence to the Fa - ther

in the words our Sav-ior gave us.

r

All Our Fa - ther who art in heav - en,

-------hal-lowed be thy name; thy king - dom come;

r

tG' r tho dr d . 1 b

ive us IS ay our ai- y read;

;

thy will be done on earth as it IS m -----

L L_~ '"

I

14; r- r~i"__"-i--=---i~i-i~ i---i'

and for-give us our tres - pass - es as we for-give those who tres-pass a - gainst us;

.J J. J. 1, J _J. iJ--J.-

I

1

I

r

r

- vii.

and lead us

- tion,

but de -Iiv - er us from e

not m - to temp -ta

.d-------;

-

40

EMBOLISM

-&

Deliver us, Lord, from every evil, and grant us peace In our day. /

--In your

- Ped.

mercy keep us free from sin and protect us from all

anxiety / as we wait In

r

r

our Savior, J e - sus

Christ.

joyful

hope for the coming of

ACCLAMATION

All

r i

F or the king-dom, the power and the glo - ry are yours, now and for - ev - er.

f

+ Ped.

RITE OF PEACE - see P. 39

41

SIGN OF PEACE Celebrant or Deacon (spoken):

Let us offer each other the sign of peace.

32

Lamb of God I

Major Mode

T.M.

Cantor

____....

Lamb_of_ God, All

p'; 1 .; f

r r '<.

you take __ a - way the sins.; of the world:

- Ped.

All you take_ a - way the sins _

f

r

- Ped.

+Ped.

r· r r
of the world: have mer - cy on us. C. Lamb..of _ God, All you take L,
p .; f
oPed. + Ped. r

r

r

r

a - way the sins_ of the world:

.;

grant_ us_ peace .

42

Cantor

Lamb

p

. Ped.

Lamb of God II

33

Minor Mode

T.M.

take a - way the sins _ of the world: ------

....__..... r
have mer - cy on us. Cp;b'] of G_}d, All you take a - way the sms.L
f
·Ped. +Ped. r

of the world: have mer - cy on us.

C. Lamb_

you take

p

a - way the

sms_ of the world:

grant __ us peace. _

. Ped,

+ Ped.

COMMUNION SONG See Index

THANKSGIVING AFTER COMMUNION

PRA YER AFTER COMMUNION

r r

eel. Let us pray. . . . r.'I

. men.

43

Concluding Rite

34

Blessing at the End of Mass I

eel. t':'I

r

The Lord be with you. All And al - so with you. eel. May al-might-y

f

+Ped.

God bless you, the Fa - ther, and the Son, and the Ho -Iy Spir - it. All A - men.

f

35

Blessing at the End of Mass II

eel.

The Lord be with you.

All And al - so with you.

f

(~~ )} } } } } J I}} J I}} J I}}}} iJ J II

eel.

May al- might -y God bless you, the Fa- ther, and the Son, and the Ho - ly Spir - it.

44

Blessing at the End of Mass III (Solemn) 36

-J j

II

eel. or Deacon

Bow your heads and pray for God's

bless

- mg.

The following is a model formula for chanting the blessings. Additional blessings appropriate for celebrations during the Proper of the Seasons or as Prayers over the People, are given in the Sacramentary.

kJ ~\> J I

Advent 1. You believe that the Son of God once came to us; you

look to him to _

2. May God make you steadfast in faith, joyful in hope,

and un tir - ing m love.

3. You rejoice that our Redeemer came to live with us __ as man.

come a - gam.

Advent 1. May his coming bring you the light of

his holiness and free you with his __ bless - ing.

2. all the days of your__ life.

3. When he comes again in glory, may he

reward you with __ end - less life.

r r

All

A - men. A - men.

A - men.

+ Ped.

Last blessing

,~ )))))))))))) J

eel. May al- might-y God bless you, the Fa - ther, and the Son, and the Ho - ly

Spir

it.

r r

All

A - men.

45

37

Dismissal Rite with Bishop

The Lord be with you.

All And al - so with you.

f

p

Bishop Blessed be the name of the

Lord._All Now and for ev -

er.

Our help is in the name of the Lord. Who made heaven and_earth.

May almighty .... Same as on preceding page, No. 34.

+ Ped.

38

Dismissal at the End of Mass

Either of the following may be used

A

r r

Cel. Go_ In peace to love_and serve_the Lord. All Thanks be to God.

+ Ped.

B

Cel.

The Mass is

end - ed, go

in

peace. _

r

Ail Thanksbe to

F

II

46

Dismissal During Eastertide

39

The Mass is ended, go in peace, al - Ie - Iu - ia, al - Ie

Iu - ia.

---- r----r-r·__,r·

to God, al - Ie - Iu - ia, al - Ie

;--; ;.

lu - la._

;.~;

+Ped.

Tempore Paschali

39A

I - te mis -sa est,

al - le - lu - ia,

al - le lu - ia._

f'---r·'----""'r·

De - 0 gra - ti - as, al - le - Iu ia, al - le

;--; ;.

47

Missa Brevis

Theodore Marier

For Congregation, SATB Choir and Organ

40

Lord, Have Mercy All

-

Cel. or Call tor

I"l I t:"I.

(See note below)

Lord, _ have mer - cy.

Lord,_ have mer - cy. r--.

"1\ I

t.J

f

D i

I

+ Ped.1

I

I

Choir

mf

./ 1\ I

It) -
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mf
1\1 -

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t) I
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t)
Lord,_ have mer - cy, have mer cy. mf

,

Lord, _ have mer

cy,_ mer

cy.

t)

--r

I

mp

L 1 1 I ~ I

r

+Ped. I

I

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NOTE:

When sung with the Penitential Rite at No.3, the measures shown with the fermata on the tone G may be used for the supplications.

48

Cel. or Cantor

,~~

I ~ g

All

II J J J ) £11 J

Christ,_ have mer - cy. Christ, _ have mer - cy.
I'll 1":"\
, .
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t... r r
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.
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IV - 1~·
_______....
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mf
I'll ,..... - -
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mf ___
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- cy.
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.
1\ -
Christ, have mer - cy.
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mp _1 • ..-

r - Ped. - Cel or Cantor

All

til 1":"\ - ,..... - ,.....
tJ
Lord,_ have mer - cy. Lord,_ have mer - cy.
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, .
IV i r 1"- ~ r ~
f
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+ Ped. I I 1 I 49

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'V -
mf Lord, __ have mer - cy.
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f'li
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ri;rd,_- have mer - cy. Lord, have
f'li .---.....
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mer - cy,
mf_ I~~ .. .-
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Lord, have mer - cy, have
f'li I , '----I .J n .r-
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V I'" I I
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f'li ,......" rit. f':"I =
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mer - cy, have mer - cy.
f'li rit. f':"I pp
tJ - I _. ~- ,. V'
mer - cy,_ Lord, have mer - cy, mer - cy.
~ .... rit. f':"I
·
I' r I I
mer - cy, have mer - cy, have mer - cy.
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\IV nn.J ....... L...JL.r r r u ~~ pp
« .J:~ f':"I
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50

Holy, Holy, Holy

41

Celebrant or Cantor

Ho

Iy,

All ho

Iy,_

f

Organ

+ Ped.

ly Lord,

God of pow - er and

might,_

;.- -----J

Choir only .;f\J,J, f

Ie..

~

heav - en and earth

r

-

full --:- _

,

of your

f

are

f

Heav'n and

~

earth __

-

r are

_ r

full _ of

your

,

It.

f

Heav'n and

.~.

r

earth are full

--.-~ . ---

'I Heav'n

1"lJ,J, ....-.....,......,

and

rI

earth __

are

full ___

I.

I

51

All f

,1f\jof ... ...- --
;'-.} .r'
glo - ry. - Ho -
f\~ --- f
I'-.} r'
glo - - ry. Ho -
f\jof~ --- -= ... -- --.. -:---.. f
I'-.} - r
of your glo - ry. Ho -

~ 1ft" ~ «=>; .n_ • - f.
.
!' of your glo - ry. Ho -
J: .D_
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lv .
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-- .
.
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r .......

san - na In_ the r--.

I high - est.

-d

Bless p

I'-.}

71 Bless

r san - na

....... In_ the

I high - est.

, P

-

san •

,. 1...-01

- na in_ the

. . ~ ~

high ~

I -

- est. Bless

_._ , p_

is_

san - na In_ the

r--. " ~ ~

ed

high - est.

1 1

Bless

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IS

W i

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I

I

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r

52

/ "l ~ ~
!' ~ .. ~ __" I .....
IS he who comes, _ who_
fl. ..
IV .. .. --- ~ .. .. .. .. ..
ed IS he who comes, who_
r'l .. - ~ I
.
I' __ .. .. I r' Lord,
he_ who cornes., III the name of the
• _._ ~ .
.
" ,.. ,.. in the of the Lord,
he __ who comes., name
r'l .. -
,
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)
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.
l Congregation

r'" fI. .. ,....., rr.
V ,.. r' ..... I
Ho - san - na in_the high - est.
fI. ~ S. Ab 1-. -=== J
h I h ~ 1. I ~ I h J
IV L.fP ~ U pr I ~ r ~ I r i
comes_in the name of the Lord._ Ho - san - na in.Lthe high - est.
.../1_~ T. ~ --= ~
It.. ...... r' r' ...... I
comes III the name of the Lord. Ho - san - na in.Lrhe high - est.
B. n _._ ,. ,. ~.~ -~ t':'.
comes III the name of the Lord. Ho - san - na in_the high - est.
1u.t - _.-ot I ~ =j r-T"""'I r-r- 1 'J
\iu .. I....-l I II I P I~ I i
(
I I .r:::l n n 1 ~~ ; ~; 1> ~ ~
-
0-
+ Ped. II I Ii I II W r 53

42 Lamb of God
II~ I _I,. 1.
t... • r
Cantor or Schola Lamb of_ God, All you take __ a - way the
II ... I .~
..
IV .: r r fl r--=------- r
<
I 1':"'1 I I I ,j ;
·
. Ped. I I e- + Ped. I I I
II ...
IV r I •
sins of the world, have mer cy_ on
111+ " I -
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I
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'lit# f
eJ --
us. Lamb of God, you take a -
1Iit# f fJ J ~
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IV - I
us. Lamb of God, f you take a -
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·
I I of I
us. Lamb God, you take- a -
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, IV r l- I r I j r-----r I I J

) I ;. .. J ; ~ J_J r-
- -
, ·
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f

54

/I\~ •
V I r
sins of the world, you take a - way the
I\~ - - --
---
IV ~ • •
the sms of the
way
"'/II - ---- - .-
IV --- --....
way the sms of the_
_. ..--..
.
I' of the
way__ the sms, the sms
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( n n ; ~ ;.
-
.
1",....-1 I I I ~ I - ~~ _t. rz . 1":"1 /I
V I ---- •
sins of the world.L, have mer - cy- on us.
-
"'/II rit. 1":"1 mp
II
IV .. .__!! -.......___.. _____ . - •
world, have mer - cy- ou L; us.
"'~ rit. ~ mp 1
II
It) r ,.. I I I
world, of the world,_ have mer - cy on us_
-> .1 rit. ----......_ 1":"1 mp
...._. I I" 1 I
world, have mer - cy on us.
11~ I r!.1!. 1":"1
II
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a tempo

55

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Cantor Lamb __ of_ God, All you take __ a - way the
fl. .. -1. "
, 4!... .s r r ~ r~r
'"
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.
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SInS of the world, grant us peace.
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sins __ of the world, grant us peace.
ttd
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r r r ~ p r I~ §J ~ I~ j z II
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SInS __ of the world, grant us peace.
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SInS __ of the world, grant us - peace.

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I
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I I I I r r r

56

Mixed Choir

Congregation

Organ

English Mass

Anton HeiBer

For Congregation, SATB Choir and Organ

Lord, Have Mercy

43

Lively but majestic ( J = ca. 92)

f

s

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It)
Lord, have mer - cy.
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IV Lord, have
mer - cy.
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57

4

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/1\
t.J yrd, have mer-cy.
1\
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I~ Lord, have mer- cy.
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IV Lord, have mer - cy.
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20

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. 60

Congo

Organ

Glory to God in the Highest

44

Celebrant or Cantor

(1':"\)

s

,.. ...._
9--R.
V -
Glo - ry to God 10 the high - est.
Lively, moving (J = ca. 104)
" (1':"\) f ~.
IV And on earth peace to
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t.. men of'c; good_ will.
h -
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men of_ good_
101.
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men of_ good_
• men of_ good _ will.

pi~f ...-..
We praise.i, you.
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We bless_ you.

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46

Holy, Holy, Holy

Theodore Marier

Maestoso All

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75

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Holy, Holy, Holy

(J = 63·66)

1\1

Hermann Schroeder

For Congregation. SATE Choir and Organ

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From Mass to Honor St. Cecilia by Hermann Schroeder, © 1966 by Summy-Birchard Music division of Birch Tree Group Ltd.

Used with permission.

80

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81

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84

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