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A NEW Australian musical setting for the Mass from the Roman Missal 2010.
This new mass setting by Mary Mosses is written in a simple yet very effective, popular musical style that congregations can learn quickly and will very soon be singing confidently and joyfully. The musical accompaniment is effective and supportive without being difficult to master. Guitar chord symbols are provided throughout and the optional flute descant provides a wonderful opportunity for employing the budding talents of other instrumentalists in your congregation such as flautists, violinists and recorder players alike, even when a keyboard player is not available. Photocopy masters for congregation and flute parts are included. This setting uses the ICEL translation of The [New] Roman Missal © 2010 and is published with the approval of the Bishops’ Commission for Liturgy of the Australian Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Mary Mosses, LTCL(Teach), ATCL(Perf), AMusA, was educated by the Sisters of Mercy in North Queensland and was organist at St Michael’s [Catholic] Church, Gordonvale, North Queensland; [Catholic] Church of St Ignatius Loyola, in the Brisbane suburb of Toowong; and is at present organist at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Church, Tewantin on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. Why not try out Mass ‘Jubilate Deo’ in your own parish or school? We are confident that you will find that is has broad appeal across all age groups. Sing joyfully to God—Jubilate Deo!
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