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I’ve started helping with the music for the Friday school Mass at St. John in Westminster MD. So occasionally, when I get the chance, I’m going to post them. A lot of these you’re going to recognize from my regular Sunday psalm settings. I’m just plugging in the weekday words into existing settings, and it’s been working out pretty well. If you do the music for a Friday Mass and would like me to be more consistent trying to post them weekly (and as early as possible) let me know.
I’m kind of just seeing what the response is at this point - to see if there’s any interest for these. But the children have been picking these up really well, and we’re getting a lot of compliments on them. I basically just email a pdf of the psalm and an mp3 recorded on my iPhone to the lady who runs the rehearsals (sometimes I can’t be there with her), she then prints it out and makes a CD, and the children then try out to see who will cantor on Friday. It literally comes together all within the same week!
So hope it could help you too. God bless.
P.S. Don’t know if you’ve heard of Lighthouse Catholic Media and their teaching Cd’s, but they’re awesome. Check them out! One really good one - "Angels Explained" by Dr. Mark Miravalle.
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