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Mass

  • Said Mass (formatted for online use, eg a mobile phone)

PDF documents are available from the file picker below.

  1. Missa Simplex: Latin plainsong
  2. Order for Sung Mass in the Ordinariate Use as used in Eastbourne
  3. Supplement for Sung Mass (Sequences etc) as used in Eastbourne

Also used in Eastbourne are the St Michael Antiphons by Richard Rice, which we have been using at the start of Mass. Previously published on Lulu, Dr Rice has recently made much of his work freely available.

  1. St Michael Antiphons (PDF: 10.9MB, 219pp)

Compline

Said Compline, but including all the texts which might be used at Sung Compline. The text has not yet been verified to be in accord with the official Divine Worship : Daily Office book.

  • Compline (formatted for online use, eg a mobile phone)

PDF documents are available from the file picker below.

  1. Said Compline
  2. Sung Compline
  3. Seasonal Appendix

Recordings

Merbecke

Kyrie, Sanctus/Benedictus and Agnus Dei, by the Choir of St John’s Church, Detroit

Gloria

Latin Missa Simplex

Kyrie (from Mass XVI), the Gonzaga University Gregorian Schola. 2004. Edward Schaefer, director
Note that the current Missal does not use the version sung here for the last Kyrie.

Gloria (from Mass VIII), the Benedictine monks of the Abbey at Ganagobie

Sanctus (from Mass XVIII), the Gonzaga University Gregorian Schola. 2004. Edward Schaefer, director

Memorial Acclamation III

Pater noster

Agnus Dei (from Mass XVIII), the Gonzaga University Gregorian Schola. 2004. Edward Schaefer, director

Compline

Choir of Guildford Cathedral, singing Compline at Arundel Cathedral on 25 July 1973. The service is almost the same as the Customary version of Compline.

Antiphons to Our Lady

Alma Redemptoris Mater, the Benedictine Monks of the Abbey at Ganagobie

Ave Regina Caelorum, the Benedictine Monks of the Abbey at Ganagobie

Regina Caeli, the Benedictine Monks of the Abbey at Ganagobie

Salve Regina, the Benedictine Monks of the Abbey at Ganagobie

Other chants

Stephan George has uploaded a large number of chants to YouTube.