A second post this evening - - this one a setting of the Magnificat - the canticle used in year C, Advent 4. I've posted it early so that people may have more than a week to practise it. I hope it's useful to people who may still be looking for a fresh setting of the Magnificat.
The last week or so has been wholly consumed with both moving/unpacking and Advent/Christmas work - - so much so, that I am releasing this Sunday's canticle ridiculously late. However, my aim is to set all of the Psalms/Canticles over the next weeks and months - - so I will include it nonetheless. It's a shame, actually, because I very much like this particular setting! If you're still looking for something, perhaps you'll find it helpful.
Happy New Year!! Here is a freshly minted setting of Psalm 25:1-10, the Psalm for Advent 1, Year C.
I learned this week that some preachers close to home are planning to use the alternate Psalm this week for Reign of Christ Sunday. So I have gone ahead and prepared a setting that should be suitable. Here is the alternate Psalm for for Nov. 22nd, 2015 - Year B, Proper 29 - Psalm 93.
Here is a setting of Psalm 132 - for use on Sunday, Nov. 22nd - in celebration of the Reign of Christ. Notice that there is a note at the bottom of the PDF explaining a unique peculiarity in the pointing for this Psalm.
Year B, Proper 28 offers us The Song of Hannah in place of a reading from the Psalms. Here is a setting of this evocative and moving text set in the same format as the Psalms I have posted to date.
In time for next Sunday (Nov. 8), here is a setting of Psalm 127. I will be looking to post some new mass music again this week - material for Advent and Christmas - - so stop in again a little later in the week.
Here is the Psalm for those who choose to use the alternate lessons for All Saints Day.
In time for Sunday, Nov. 1st, here is a setting of Psalm 146 (Year B, Proper 26). I will also post a setting of Psalm 24 for those who are using the alternate lessons in observance of All Saints Day.
Here is a setting of Psalm 34:1-8 (Year B - Proper 25), in time for next Sunday, Oct. 25th.