Recorded live during Holy Communion at St Brigid’s Toryglen on the 22nd November 2020.
Music for the feast of Christ the King, comprising of sacred music written for the liturgies of the French monarchy.
Details of the organ can be found here
Prelude- Improvisation on the Kyrie from the Missa Regia, composed for the coronation of Louis XIV by Henri Du Mont.
Introit of the Mass-
Offertory- Duo from Clerambault’s Suite on the first tone. He was organist at St Sulpice, Paris and organist to the royal court.
The exception- Communion Motet-Jesu Rex Admirabilis. Palestrina. Written for three voices but sung as a solo due to the covid restrictions.
Here is the tail end of the communion antiphon and J. Faure’s O Salutaris Hostia during Mass at St Brigid’s, Toryglen yesterday. Experimenting with solo motets duiring covid restrictions on choirs. Excuse the couple of blips- I put the tv monitor in a different place and a glance turned into a search!
Posting the odd mistake is good for efforts to get over one’s self. I’ll get there one day.