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Solemn High Mass in Buffalo

March 8th, 2011, Promulgated by Ben Anderson

I had the joy of attending a Solemn High Mass sung by the group Harmonia offered at St. Louis Church in Buffalo this past Sunday.  From my vantage point, it was great.  Fortunately ChoirLoft is able to provide a little more detail:

The combined choirs sang Missa Papae Marcelli and the motet “Sicut Cervus” by Palestrina at the Offertory and “Ave Verum” by William Byrd at Communion. The music and liturgy were exceptionally well-executed from my vantage point. There were maybe 500 people. Mass was at 4 p.m.

Here’s the video (not my footage):

And the music (sung by the Tallis Scholars):

Here’s my pics of the St. Louis Church:

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3 Responses to “Solemn High Mass in Buffalo”

  1. avatar Bernie says:

    Beautiful!!!
    The Mass, certainly, but also the church.

  2. avatar Dr. K says:

    Choir needs to embrace reform and learn how to use WordPress! 🙂

  3. Thanks Ben for providing the music selections. I was blessed by listening to them.

    Everyone, Have a Blessed Lent!


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