Resources for singing the New Roman Missal translation

Here is a list (not quite definitive) of everything you need, to sing the New Roman Missal Translation that is available on the internet (and virtually all of it is free to download.)

Firstly if you are in the Diocese of  Arundel and Brighton  there are  various introductory evenings being held on the new music. I am going to the session on 18th October at Preston Park:

Wednesday, 28th September

7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

The Friary Hall, Haslett Avenue West,

 Crawley, RH10 6RP

Tuesday, 18th October

7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

St Mary’s Church, Preston Park, 

Brighton, BN1 6PA

Thursday, 20th October

7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Christ the Prince of Peace,

Portmore Way, Weybridge, KT13 8JD

Tuesday, 8th November

7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Our Lady Immaculate & St Philip Neri Church,

High Street, Newtown, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ

Saturday, 12th November 

10.30 am – 12.30 pm

St Michael’s Church, 19 Hayling Rise, 

Worthing, BN13 3AL

 

 

 

And on the internet:

The Bishop’s of England and Wales have launched a website on the New Translation. The music section if HERE

All the music in modern notation can be found on the ICEL WEBSITE

A PDF of all the music in square notation can be downloaded HERE

There are downloadable booklets and  modern notation downloads for the all the sung parts of the Mass at  THE LITURGY OFFICE

Videos of all the Mass parts are found on THE CHANT CAFE

Organ accompaniments for the Mass parts are available from the Diocese of Leeds HERE

They do ask that  if you wish to make use of it you consider making a charitable donation by cheque payable to “Leeds Cathedral Choir School”. Donations should be sent to the Music Department, Leeds Cathedral, Great George Street, Leeds LS2 8BE.

Information on  new Mass Ordinaries, more useful booklets are at MUSICA SACRA

 

 

The Ordinary  –  Missa Simplex or Missa Normativa.

Kyrie (from Mass XVI)  Organ Accompaniment  all courtesy of Corpus Christi Watershed

Lord have mercy  Organ Accompaniment 

Gloria  (from Mass XV)  Organ Accompaniment

Glory to God  Organ Accompaniment

Sanctus  & Benedictus (from Mass XVIII)    Organ Accompaniment

Holy, holy, holy  Organ 

Agnus Dei (from Mass XVIII)  Organ Accompaniment

Lamb of God  Organ Accompaniment

 

 

Other good settings are Jeremy De Satge’s Missa Melismatica. Music to order HERE or available from St Pauls, by Westminster Cathedral.

Jeff Ostroski’s Mass in honour of Ralph Sherwin.  All music free to download  HERE

There are lots more settings by American composers  on the Corpus Christi Watershed page HERE

 

 

The Preface Dialogue   (courtesy of Church Music Association of America)

The Preface      

All the prefaces are notated on the ICEL WEBSITE.

There are recordings of all the prefaces on THE MUSIC MAKERS SITE.  Just click on the prefaces download in the side bar.

 

Mysterium Fidei (Mystery of Faith)

Organ accompaniment if with Latin text courtesy of Jeff Ostrowski  HERE

Organ accompaniment with English text HERE

There are downloadable MP3s of some of the Priests Propers of Time at THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PASTORAL MUSICIANS.

It is particularly good for the Triduum.

 

And if you want a new Missal, my recommendation would be the CTS Missal, based on the fact that it has parallel Latin and English texts.

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