repleatur.net That’s what’s been keeping me busy lately. The starting point was, I’d like to get to a sung Mass reularly – Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, Missa Cantata, whatever you want to call it. We’ve kinda got enough people to pull it off (it doesn’t take much) but they’re all hyper busy. And… Continue reading Gregorian chant at a new location
Latin Choir Vocabulary crossword – tested by Patrick with minimal prompting from Peter. If that link stops working, here is a local copy. More work on next week’s Latin Choir group at Providence. The Mass part for the day is the Kyrie. The new venue has a CD player so here’s a chance to show… Continue reading Latin Choir Vocabulary
Here’s a gregorian chant course for children by another chant enthusiast: Chant for Children Booklet and CD ready to download. It’s more geared towards children in our weird contemporary culture, comparing gregorian chant to football chants and rap, but has things on Greek and Hebrew. The idea is to get their feet wet, so to… Continue reading Gregorian chant lessons for children
A belated handout for a first lesson in Latin and Church Music for a group of Catholic Homeschoolers.
Learning Latin is becoming something of a lifelong saga here. I missed Latin at school and somehow ended up mothering 4 preschoolers miles from the nearest adult classes so online resources seem the most promising way. Latin Appreciation Workshop looks great. Lots of familiar things here for one who has been frequenting the Maternal Heart… Continue reading Learn Latin