006 Parts of the Mass (Gloria in excelcast)
David and Ian take a look at the five Ordinary parts of the Holy Eucharist: 1) Kyrie (“Lord have mercy”), 2) Gloria in excelsis (“Glory to God in the highest”), 3) Credo (The Nicene Creed; “I believe in God”), 4) Sanctus (“Holy, holy, holy Lord”) and Benedictus qui venit (“Blessed is he”), 5) Agnus Dei (or “Pod-nus Dei” if you prefer). Also Fraction Anthems, and...eventually...the Trisagion. Show notes: http://www.riteandmusical.org/2017/10/006-parts-of-mass-gloria-in-excelcast.html
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- The Ordinary parts of the Mass are
- Sanctus and Benedictus
- Agnus Dei
- Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us (S 151 through S 156)
- The disciples knew the Lord Jesus (S 167)
- 14th-century Kyrie from the Tolosa manuscript, performed by the French Organum/Cirma group.
- Gloria from Missa Brevis by Jonathan Dove, sung by the Choir of St. Peter’s, St. Louis
- Creed from the website of the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge: http://www.sjcchoir.co.uk/listen/sjc-live/plainsong-credo-ii. St. John's webcasts many of their services on their website, and at services of Holy Eucharist the Creed is often a plainsong setting in Latin (as heard here).
- Sanctus from Communion Service (Rite II) by Gerald Near, sung by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis, circa 2008 (directed by David Sinden)
- Agnus Dei (S by Healey Willan, sung by St. John's, Detroit in this YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzYoVS8WMxQ
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