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Index of Ordinaries
Index of Mass Ordinaries Revised Adoremus Hymnal
The revised edition of The Adoremus Hymnal, incorporating the new English translation of the Missal, new English settings of the music for Mass and other additions, is published by Ignatius Press. Scroll down for more details of contents on this site.
The new Adoremus Hymnal is available for shipping. Visit the Ignatius Press special hymnal pages to order. http://www.ignatius.com/promotions/adoremus-hymnal/index.htm
Note: PDFs of the organ version of the four newly composed Mass settings are also accessible on this site <http://www.adoremus.org/OrdIndex.html> More details of contents below.
Adoremus Hymnal dimensions
Several have inquired about the dimensions of the newly expanded Adoremus Hymnals.
The width and length of the standard and Melody versions remain the same (8 1/4" x 9 1/4"). The new Organ edition will have larger pages - 8 1/2 x 11", and will be in a binder.
As to the thickness of the standard and melody editions, the printer advises that the melody version will be 1 1/8" thick; the standard edition 1 5/8" thick. These dimensions are comparable to hymnals from other publishers.
Recordings of Masses and Hymns
Music in the hymnal, Mass settings and hymns, are recorded and accessible online as MP3 files for free download. Access on the Ignatius Press site - http://www.ignatius.com/promotions/adoremus-hymnal/downloadable-mp3s.htm
Index of Mass Ordinaries
(Bold type indicates addition to the second edition)
Missa “Jubilate Deo”,
Missa Lux et Origo (Mass I) Easter
Missa de Angelis (Mass VIII)
Missa cum Jubilo (Mass IX)
Missa Orbis Factor (Mass XI) add Gloria
Missa Adventus et Quadragesimae (Mass XVII) Lent and Advent
Missa pro Defunctis (Requiem, funerals)
ICEL English Mass -- Music for the Roman Missal (ICEL) -- Links to ICEL website
Mass of St. Francis by Dr. Horst Buchholz
Dr. Buchholz is organist and music director at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.
Kyrie 200; Gloria 201; Sanctus 202; Acclamation 203; Acclamation (alternate) 204; Amen 205; Alternate Amen 206; Agnus Dei 207. -- PDF organ/harmonized version
Missa Vox Clara by Father Scott Haynes, SJC
Father Haynes is director of music at St. John Cantius in Chicago.
Lord Have Mercy 208; Glory to God in the Highest 209; Alleluia 210; Alleluia Verse 211; Praise to You, Lord Jesus Christ 212; Lenten Gospel Acclamation 213; Holy, Holy Holy 214; (Memorial Acclamations) When we Eat this Bread 215; Save Us, Savior of the World 216; We Proclaim Your Death 217; Lamb of God 218. Available from cantius.org web store - http://www.cantius.org/go/webstore/product/missa_vox_clara_choral_organ_score/
Mass of St. Theodore by Richard Rice
Richard Rice is a composer from Washington, DC.
Kyrie 219; Gloria 220; Nicene Creed 221; Sanctus 222; Agnus Dei 223
PDF organ/harmonized version
Mass in Honor of St. Thomas More by Father Samuel Weber, OSB
Father Weber is director of sacred music at St. Thomas More college, Ft. Worth, TX.
Kyrie 224; Alternate Kyrie 225; Gloria 226; Credo 227; Sanctus 228; Acclamation 229; Agnus Dei 230
PDF organ/harmonized versionersion
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