Jean Langlais, Lord, Your Glory in Christ (Dieu, nous avons vu)
Willan, Behold the Lamb of God
Englert, O Faithful Cross>
Englert, He is Risen (leave out the narrations at the beginning)
Biery, O Sacrum Convivium
Webbe, W. Y. Cor Jesu, Dulcis
Vincent, Lines Written in Her Breviary
Schalk, Before the Marvel of This Night
Hovhaness, Ave Maria
Gouzes, Let All Who Thirst
Hurd,D Now, Lord, You Let Your Servant Go in Peace
Hurd,D. Christ Mighty Savior
Alstott, There is One Lord
Kenneth Smith/Neale, Come and Let Us Drink of That New River
MortenLauridsen, O Magnum Mysterium
Paul Manz, E'en So, Lord Jesus
Proulx, Canticle from I Peter (By Your wounds...)
Rutter, What Sweeter Music
Schalk/Vajda, Now the Silence
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do Thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host - by the Power of God - thrust into hell, Satan and all the evil spirits, who prowl throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls.
Music for the Holy Father's Visit to the Celtish Isles
A Dominican blogger at The New Liturgical Movement reports that James MacMillan, on of the finest liturgical composers working today, (and this is not to say that his oeuvre is limited to sacred music,) has been commissioned to write a new setting of the new translation of the Ordinary.
By the bishops of Scotland, England and Wales.
(When our bishops commission music, we get things like this.
MacMillan is a remarkable anomaly -- a real-deal serious composer who labors in the trenches, er, loft or a regular Catholic parish.