Sunday, October 08, 2017


(X-8-17) PSALM 151 Project:

Psalm 151 is now complete in single pieces and e-book form!  Click here for details!




Psalm 151, a collection of Introits, Responsorial Psalms, Alleluias, Gospel Acclamations, Offertories, Communions, and more, is now complete in single .pdf files and in e-book form!

There are two e-books that you can access for free!  They are:

- Choir edition with organ (502 pages, 15 MB)
- - (A handful of pieces in this edition come with additional instruments, such as brass, timpani, and bells.)  Includes the responses with versicles (many of the versicles set to two tones, one Gregorian and one original in SATB).  The e-book's preface will describe the book more fully.  You can also read the preface here.

- Responses for the congregation (70 pages, 535 KB)
- - This is a good resource for those who want to want to include the responses in homemade worship aids!

To get the most out of Psalm 151, you will find it best to use these two resources as a guide:

- A six-year liturgical calendar which includes the dates of the coming Sundays, Solemnities, and Feasts of the three-year Sunday cycle.  Click on the Sunday or Feast and you will find links to all the .pdf's you will need to sing the propers of the day!

- An index of Scripture references, which links Scripture citing with .pdf.

Both of those appear on the sidebar.

With Psalm 151, one can easily SING THE MASS, not just sing AT Mass!

Brian Michael Page
October 8, 2017

Monday, March 06, 2017

Alleluias / Gospel Acclamations

NEW AND IMPROVED!!! With newly-added optional SATB settings of the versicles!

Alleluia "Conditor Alme" (Sundays of Advent and Immaculate Conception)
Alleluia "Divinum Mysterium" (Season of Christmas)
Gospel Acclamation "Vexilla Regis" (Lent and Passiontide, plus St. Joseph and Annunciation)
Alleluia "O Filii et Filiae" (Easter Season, including Ascension and Pentecost, plus the Annunciation when it gets moved to the Monday of the Second Week of Easter)
Alleluia "Pange Lingua" (Solemnities after Pentecost: Most Holy Trinity, Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and SS. Peter and Paul, plus Sundays X-XII of the Year)
Alleluia I for Ordinary Time (Sundays II-V of the Year , plus Presentation of the Lord)
Alleluia "Adoremus in Aeternum" (Sundays VI-IX of the Year)
Alleluia "Providentiae" (Sundays XIII-XVII of the Year) (extracted from the now-obsolete Providence Mass, written by yours truly in 1997, in the memory of C. Alexander Peloquin)
Alleluia "O Clemens" (Sundays XVIII-XXII of the Year, plus Transfiguration and Assumption) (melody based on the ending of Salve Regina)
Alleluia V for Ordinary Time (Sundays XXIII-XXVI of the Year, plus the Exaltation of the Holy Cross) (Side note: Alleluias "Adoremus in Aeternum", "Providentiae", and "O Clemens" are virtually numbered Alleluias II, III, and IV for Ordinary Time, respectively)
Alleluia "Lux Aeterna" (Sundays XXVII-XXXI of the Year, plus All Saints and All Souls)
Alleluia "Christus Vincit" (Sundays XXXII and XXXIII of the Year, plus Christ the King, Dedication of the Lateran Basilica, and Thanksgiving Day) (extracted from the now-obsolete Missa Christus Vincit, written by yours truly in 2000, based on his own Christus Vincit setting of 1999)

More to come!  Watch for updates!

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Come, Thou Holy Spirit, Come

The Pentecost Sequence, in English, using the familiar Mode I chant melody, a capella, with fresh new original SATB alternate settings for certain verses!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Christians, to the Paschal Victim

The Easter Sequence, in English, using the familiar Mode I chant melody, a capella, with fresh new original SATB alternate settings for certain verses!

Friday, October 14, 2016

Pange Lingua (with alternate SATB tune!)

Excite your choir and your congregation this Holy Thursday at the Solemn Translation (Transferral) of the Holy Eucharist, or any other day as a Communion hymn.  This is the familiar Mode III (phrygian) chant tune with an original accompaniment, but with an alternate original tune in SATB for your choir!

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

All Glory, Laud, and Honor

Yes, the John Mason Neale translation of the Latin Gloria, laus, et honor, but to a simplified form of the Mode I chant tune.

O Redeemer

Offertory for the Chrism Mass, from the Latin O Redemptor.  Translation is from the Roman Missal.  Chant, Mode I, with a fresh new original accompaniment.


Tuesday, October 11, 2016


Newly-composed "Introit" (even the Gregorian Missal calls this an "entrance antiphon") for Palm Sunday, consisting of the Mode VII Hosanna Filio David/Hosanna to the Son of David, with added fanfares for organ and brass (two trumpets, plus trombone or horn)

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Holy Week Odds and Ends

Entrance Antiphon (Festive Hosanna) (Palm Sunday)
Hymn to Christ the King (All glory, laud, and honor) (Palm Sunday)
Antiphons for the Washing of Feet (Holy Thursday)
Offertory (Ubi Caritas) (Holy Thursday)
Solemn Translation of the Holy Eucharist (Pange Lingua) (Holy Thursday)
Improperia (Reproaches) (Good Friday)

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Luke 1 (Benedictus)

Communion (Nativity of St. John the Baptist, Day)

Luke 1 (vv. 13-15)

Introit (Nativity of St. John the Baptist, Vigil)

Psalm 139

Introit (Easter Sunday)
Introit (SS. Peter and Paul, Day)
Responsorial Psalm (Nativity of St. John the Baptist, Day)
Offertory (SS. Peter and Paul, Vigil)

Psalm 98

Introit (Christmas, during the Day)
Introit (V Easter)
Responsorial Psalm (Christmas, during the Day)
Responsorial Psalm (VI Easter B; Sunday XXVIII C)
Responsorial Psalm (Immaculate Conception)
Communion (Christmas, during the Day)