At long last - the new and improved version of Psalm 151 is here! What has been done? Let's see...
1. I have added, at the suggestion of some, Graduals from the Graduale Romanum, in English, to original settings similar to settings in the old version of the project. But I didn't stop there! I also added Tracts from the Graduale for Lent and Passiontide. I added Alleluia verses from the Graduale - yes, including First and Second Alleluias (the first to be chanted after the First Reading, the second to be chanted before the Gospel) for use at Paschaltide.
2. The verses for Alleluias and Gospel Acclamations are no longer in batches (multiple Sundays at a time). Otherwise, now that verses from the Graduale are added alongside verses from the Roman Missal, to batch them would create one of the most confusing messes one musician could possibly create. So, for that reason, each Sunday's Alleluia and Gospel Acclamation verse sets are now their own entities.
3. Psalms and such that are used more than once are now shown more than once. One reason is for sequencing (we changed the numbering sequence, which is discussed further down). The other is that the new and improved Psalm 151 can now be downloaded in packets for each Sunday and feast.
4. Now, about the numbering sequence: I changed the numbering pattern completely. Before, where the numbers ran from 1 to 407, they now run from 1-a to 78-f. Each Sunday and feast has its own number, with a letter following each component. So, 1-a to 1-h is the First Sunday of Advent, 2-a to 2-h is the Seocnd Sunday, etc. The very last piece, 78-f, is the Communion for the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. The total count, as a result of some duplicates, plus adding Graduals, Tracts, and such, has now increased from 407 pieces to 707 pieces.
5. Finally, I have scattered the pew parts within the main body of the book, at the end of each Sunday or feast. There are now 957 pages total in the big e-book. The big book may be downloaded as a whole, in four sections (no contents or indices), in packets for each Sunday and feast, and by individual pieces (all 707 of them). You can even get pew parts in sets for each Sunday or feast.
Here are the .pdf's:
Entire E-book (957 pages, 28.2 MB), including contents, preface, all the music (including pew parts), and indices.
Section 1: Advent through Pentecost (385 pages, 11.0 MB)
Section 2: Solemnities after Pentecost (38 pages, 1.2 MB) (Most Holy Trinity, Corpus Christi, and Most Sacred Heart)
Section 3: Sundays of Ordinary Time (384 pages, 11.5 MB) (including Christ the King)
Section 4: Proper of Saints (138 pages, 4.3 MB) (also includes Thanksgiving Day)
For individual pieces, pew parts, and sets for each Sunday and feast, you may find them in the new and improved Liturgical Calendar. You can also use the Scriptural References page to seek references to Psalms and other Scripture passages.
Finally, if you still would rather have the old version of Psalm 151, you can access the main music .pdf here, and the pew parts here. I'll keep it on the servers for a little while longer. You might want to download them so you can have them offline. Doesn't cost anything but some of your drive space.
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