Tenebrae 8 April 2020

Heading into the Triduum – this Tenebrae Service provides a lovely Spiritual warm-up for Holy Thursday. I am thankful for the help that my wife and children provided in singing the various psalms and motets.

Among the motets sung (as responsories) were Palstrina’s Vide Domine, his O Bone Jesu, Richard Farrant’s Lord For Thy Tender Mercy’s Sake, and the Victoria Popule Meus. (I am going to lay the blame for the lack of a tenor squarely on the shoulders of the COVID 19 Panic.) I still thought they all came off pretty well as three-part motets.

(Those of you who are big fans of the “Strepitus” – you are in for a treat at around 53:30 or thereabouts)

It is helpful to use the handout – in order to hear the words of the psalms and the Lamentations of Jeremiah a little better.

Tenebrae_Service_Handout

About marklangley

Academic Dean at The Lyceum (a school he founded in 2003, see theLyceum.org) Mark loves sacred music and Gregorian Chant and singing with his lovely wife, Stephanie, and their twelve children.
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