Catholic Latin Repertoire

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From Jubilate Deo (Landscape print out)

JubilateDeo-Booklet

  1. Kyrie Eleison (Mass XVI)
  2. Gloria (Mass VIII)
  3. Credo III
  4. Sanctus (Mass XVIII)
  5. Agnus Dei (Mass XVIII)
  6. O Salutaris Hostia
  7. Adoro Te
  8. Tantum Ergo
  9. Laudate (Psalm 116)
  10. Parce Domine
  11. Da Pacem
  12. Ubi Caritas (Offertory Antiphon, Maundy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper)
  13. Veni Creator Spiritus
  14. Regina Caeli (Marian Anthem for Eastertide)
  15. Salve Regina (Marian Anthem for Ordinary Time)
  16. Ave Maris Stella (Marian)
  17. Magnificat
  18. Tu Es Petrus (Sts. Peter & Paul)
  19. Te Deum

 

Marian Anthems for the Season
(Usually sung at Vespers, or after the “ite missa est” with the Celebrant Ad Orientem)

  1. Alma Redemptoris Mater
    (From 1st Sunday of Advent till Feast of the Purification 2nd Feb)
  2. Ave Regina Caelorum (After 2nd Feb till Easter Vigil)
  3. Regina Caeli (At Easter Vigil till Pentecost)
  4. Salve Regina (From Holy Trinity, throughout Ordinary Time, till Christ the King)

 

Eucharistic Adoration
(May also be sung in place of the Communion Antiphon as a secondary option if appropriate, though not all may fit the occasion.)

  1. Pange Lingua Gloriosi
    (during the Exposition, most apt for Corpus Christi, Maundy Thursday)
  2. Tantum Ergo
    (during the Benediction, most apt for Corpus Christi, Maundy Thursday)
  3. Ave Verum Corpus Natum (most apt for Corpus Christi, though not solely)
  4. O Salutaris Hostia (most apt for Corpus Christi, though not solely)
  5. Adoro Te Devote (most apt for Corpus Christi, or Eucharistic Adoration)

You may wish to refer to the “Communio with English Verses” for more selections of antiphons suitable to accompany the reception of the Eucharist by the laity at Mass. This work is prepared by Richard Rice for the Church Music Association of America.

 

Sequence for Solemnities
(It is encouraged that the Sequences be sung between the Cantors & the Choir/People. They are written with repeated phrasing to allow the Choir/People to imitate the melody preceded by the Cantors. On these prescribed occasions, after the Epistle, the Sequence is sung while the congregation is seated.)

  1. Victimae Paschali Laudes (Sequence for Easter Sunday)
  2. Veni Sancte Spiritus (Sequence for Pentecost)
  3. Lauda Sion Salvatorem (Sequence for Corpus Christi)

 

 

 

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