Psalm 8

How great is your name, O Lord our God, through al the earth! The Most Holy Trinity, Year C Psalm 8: 4–9. R. v. 2 — How great is your name,  O Lord our God, through all the earth. Psalm 8 (pdf) Download Psalm 8 r (pdf) Download Share...

Hymn of the Cherubim

The origins of this setting are unclear — any information would be welcomed. The text is from the Orthodix liturgy and is sung at the ‘Great Entrance’ when the gifts of bread and wine are taken to the altar. Let us who in mystery symbolise the cherubim,...

The Most Holy Trinity

Antiphons EA Blest be God the Father (112)CA Since you are children of God (Eph 1) Antiphons: Solemnities and Feasts of the Lord Responsorial Psalm — Year A Daniel 3:52–56 R. v. 52 — To you glory and praise for evermore. Responsorial Psalm — Year B Psalm 32: 4–6. 9....

Daniel 3: 52-57

You are blest, Lord God of our fathers. To you glory and praise for evermore. This setting was originally written for a broadcast of Sunday Morning Prayer on Radio 4. For that occasion it was embellished with choir and instrument parts but it works just as well with...

Psalm 32 (33)

Ring out your joy to the Lord, O you just. The settings marked MC are part of the More Common Psalms project. 2nd Sunday of Lent: Year A 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year B Psalm 32: 4-5 18-20 22 R. v. 22 — May your love be upon us, O Lord, as we place all our hope...