Friday, June 17, 2011

Day Five - Colloquium 2011

We ended our day with a very beautiful Vespers service in the extraordinary form. It was conducted by Dr. William Mahrt, featuring his polyphony choir with the assistance of the Master schola, made up of Wilko Brouwers, Aristotle Esguerra, David Hughes and Paul Weber. The Vespers recording is the entire hour-long service.

Vespers recording.

Also during the day, at the Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary (ordinary form), we enjoyed hearing Wilko Brouwers' polyphony choir sing the Missa Ave Maris Stella polyphonic Mass, by Josquin de Prez (1450-1521). I sang chant with the Intermediate Women's choir, and enjoyed singing the Offertory Ave Maria. Here are a few recordings from the day's Mass:


Introit
Kyrie
Gloria
Gradual
Alleluia
Offertory
Sanctus
Agnus
Communion
Ave Maria
Regina Caeli

It has been a wonderful week so far... with only two more days to go.

2 comments:

Mary Jane said...

Great seeing you in Pittsburgh! Onward and upward.

lvschant said...

It was wonderful seeing you, too... I look forward to next year's Colloquium in SLC very much!