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Archive for category Music: General

Liturgy Lines: “Earworms”

“… the point at which the musicians are getting tired of certain hymns is the very time when the assembly is getting to know a piece well.”

“Twelve Secular Christmas Songs that are Actually About Advent”

What do such musical gems as “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman,” “All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth,” and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” have in common?
They are about Advent!

John Limb to Step Down as OCP Publisher

Limb will be available to OCP in an “emeritus role” for five years.

Conference in Rome – 50 Years after Musicam Sacram

The Conference seeks to stimulate a deep reflection in musical, liturgical, theological and phenomenological terms, leaving aside sterile polemics.

Merton College Girls’ Choir Sings for First Time

The Girls’ Choir—the first to be established at an Oxford college…

New CD by the Choir of the Sistine Chapel

This new CD was, uniquely, recorded in the Sistine Chapel itself.

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Music at Mass with the Pope in Azerbaijan

From Minnesota to Azerbaijan.

Universa Laus 50th anniversary meeting, Gazzada, 2016

From Tuesday August 16 to Saturday August 20, Universa Laus, the international study group for liturgical music, met at the Villa Cagnola in Gazzada, near Varese, in northern Italy, for its annual international gathering.

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Changes in NPM Leadership

The process is now underway to find a full-time president and CEO.

Guitar Masses and Faith Formation

A “guitar Mass Catholic” speaks.