6 March, 1st Sunday of Lent
- Forty Days and Forty Nights: fancy 4 part recording, awesome Anglican congregational recording with subtitles - words pretty close - and here are the words we’re using - UPDATE - sheet music: FortyDays.pdf
- Attende Domine: exhaustive page of relevant links
- Godhead here in hiding: good recording and hymnary’s page with words and sheet music
- God of Mercy and Compassion: Video with lyrics, Hymnary page with words and sheet music - ANOTHER UPDATE - unison verses with 3 part chorus sheet music: GodofMercy.pdf
13 March, 2nd Sunday of Lent
- Mass 17
- Credo 1
- O Bone Jesu: Video with sheet music, Sheet music by Abel Marco of Capella Gregoriana - cached here: OBoneJesIngenieri.pdf
- Videos of the 4 parts: Soprano video, alto part as a video, Tenor:, Bass.
- Adoro Te: Page from New Book Old Hymns
- Lord Jesus Think on Me: Video with lyrics, Hymnary’s page with 1st 4 verses - probably just sing those - UPDATE - sheet music: LordJesusThink.pdf
20 March, 3rd Sunday of Lent
- May this Lenten Discipline: Video from awesome Mass in Sydney with Cardinal Burke, Google “May this Lenten discipline, which we undertake with love, turn our minds to things above.” for the lyrics and music - they are copyright, but appear in different pdf booklets and are very consistent as it’s a recent composition. Australian too.
- Audi Benigne Conditor: Clear video, here’s the link to gregobase - UPDATE - sheet music: audiben.pdf
- Soul of my Saviour: you have to learn this off by heart, but here’s the video - PDF
- Forty Days and Forty Nights again
27 March, 4th Sunday of Lent, Laetare
- Mass 17
- Credo 1
- Jesu Rex Admirabilis: Alternating with chant - mp3 and pdf
- Ave Verum: New Book Old Hymns
- Come to Me all Ye Who Labour: words - it seems to be less common than I thought. Here’s a quick video I’ve made for it
There’s also a hymn by Christian Catsanos and Tate Pumfrey especially for Laetare Sunday. If Come to Me is too tricky, we could try their hymn.
Phew! That took longer than I expected!