From practice at Lawson

We had a great practice today with extra accompaniment on the little organ.


The first things to learn are the ordinary parts of the Mass.

Here is a one page sheet in modern notation of the sung responses

Then, you can find the Asperges, Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Agnus Dei and Credo here at St Antoine Daniel Kyriale

  1. Asperges is at the top of the page.
  2. Next scroll down to Mass XI Orbis Factor and you have Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus and Agnus Dei.
  3. Lastly, scroll down further to Credo I.

If you’ve got all that you are doing well! Ideally everyone in the congregation would be singing all those parts. Go to Maternal Heart, Lewisham to see this in action. We do have a fairly good number singing along at Lawson/Wentworth Falls though, but Maternal Heart is always worth a visit.


Here are the propers especially for Sunday 9th August:

Extras (or dessert pieces)

Panis Angelicus by Claudio Casciolini - another three part motet.

Here are some computer-generated recordings to help with learning the tune:

Ave verum, Gregorian chant

here’s the pdf of Ave verum we’re using

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