Gregorian Chant Workshop for priests

I received this notice the other day from a correspondent. It sounds like an excellent idea and I hope that a good number of priests from the North East are able to benefit from it.


Gregorian Chant Workshop
Batley
Tuesday 12 February 2008
10.30am – 5.30pm

The Latin Mass Society is organising a day’s workshop to introduce priests to the singing of the Mass in the usus antiquior or extraordinary form.

Tuition will be provided by experts in the singing of Mass and will include:
The simple psalm toning of the introit, gradual, alleluia, offertory and Communion.
The chant of the collect and post Comunion.
The epistle tone
The Gospel tone
The Asperges

The venue is:
St. Mary of the Angels Church
Cross Bank Road,
Batley
West Yorkshire
WF17 8PQ

The day will conclude with Missa Cantata

It is hoped to hold a similar day later in the year based on the requests of participants at this workshop. A questionnaire will be issued on the day.

With the kind permission of Fr. Tim Wiley, Parish Priest of St. Mary’s, Batley.

Lunch and tea provided.

No cost, but donations gratefully received to help defray costs of the event.

To register please contact:
Mr N Walker
32 Wightman Street
Bradford
BD3 OLD
or email neilpwalker@blueyonder.co.uk

This will enable us to know how many to cater for. Please supply your name, address and a contact number.

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