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Music we have sung so far includes, Palestrina, Missa Papae Marcelli, Missa Brevis & Missa Assumpta est Maria Victoria, Requiems (4 & 6) & Missa O Quam Gloriosum and motets by Victoria, Palestrina, Byrd, Bruckner & Stanford, Gregorian and Byzantine Chant, and a Russian Orthodox Liturgy to name but a few.
Play sample "O Doctor Optime"
Please click on the files below to download a piece to hear
Victoria: O Quam Gloriosum wav file2.45MB Palestrina Missa Brevis - Sanctus wav file2.14MB
Palestrina Missa Brevis - Agnus Dei wav file4.85MB Byrd - Ave Verum wav file3.83MB
Bardos - Audi Filia wav file2.56MB Bruckner - Afferentur Regi wav file1.93MB
Ave Regina Caelorum (Simple Tone) wav file960KB Ave Regina Caelorum (Solemn Tone) wav file1.88MB
Iustus ut palma - Gregorian Chant wav file2.5MB Magnificat Antiphon for the Feast of St Gregory the Great wav file591KB
Victoria Requiem a 4: Kyrie wav file2.18MB Byrd: Iustorum Animae wav file2.2MB
Alma Redemptoris (Simple Tone) wav file1.46MB Alma Redemptoris - Palestrina wav file2.13MB
Infant Holy wav file1.86MB In Dulci Jubilo - Gesius wav file2.85MB
Away in a Manger wav file2.41MB Gaudete wav file2.09MB
Ukrainian Bell Carol wav file1.78MB Adeste Fideles arr Joseph Cullen wav file3.27MB
The Beatitudes wav file3.17MB Troparion for the Feast of SS Constantine & Helena wav file1.1MB
Trisagion wav file2.82MB Creed wav file2.97MB
Svyat (Sanctus) wav file1.6MB The Lord's Prayer - Rimsky-Korsakov wav file1.7MB
Yedin Svyat (One is Holy) wav file743KB Hymn to the Virgin wav file5.55MB
Palestrina: Kyrie wav file2.51MB Alleluia for Trinity Sunday wav file1.29MB
Sancte Deus - Tallis wav file6.18MB The 'York' Salve Regina wav file3.46MB
In Paradisum wav file1019KB Credo IV wav file3MB
3 comments so far:
    Anonymous March 26, 2009 at 11:02 PM , said...

    Wow, is that beautiful. Thanks!

    Roland Feralo May 10, 2011 at 7:53 PM , said...

    The music links you have compiled on your web site are very good.

    Not to be a hard-head, but it is ironic that whereas you went out of your way to point out your reservations concerning the SSPX, you evidently had fewer qualms recommending both Anglican web sites and Russian Orthodox liturgical music in other areas of your web site. I found that interesting and a bit comical. But no worries. That's pretty much the status quo these days.

    Keep up the good work.

    Catholic Audio May 10, 2011 at 11:56 PM , said...

    @Roland: I understand what you mean. However, my comments are strictly my trying to correct poor catechesis.

    Even badly catechized Catholics understand that Anglicans and Orthodox are not Catholic.

    Even well catechized Catholics may not see the hazards of SSPX links...because, well, the SSPX emphatically *are* Catholic. God willing, we will be one soon enough and I can scrub all the SSPX comments.

    But that's my only concern -- it's not to poke traditionalists in the eye, but rather to keep well meaning pewsitters from finding themselves on the wrong side of a very technical dispute they didn't even know was going on within the One True Faith.

    God Bless,


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