Anything related to music used in Catholic worship is appropriate here, including schedules, worship planning, publishers, performers, history, and so on. But there are several more specific related categories that should be considered first, where appropriate. Chant--Gregorian chant or plainsong--has its own category. Several types of music have a more (catholic-not-Catholic) interest and thus their own categories: hymns, carols, classical music.
Catholic music publishing firm that specializes in "traditional music for the contemporary Church." Online catalog, liturgical planning pages.
Hymnody means exactly "hymn song", but as the hymn-singer as well as the hymn-poet are included under (hymnodos), so we also include under hymnody the hymnal verse or religious lyric. Hymnology is the science of hymnody or the historico-philogical investigation and aesthetic estimation of hymns and hymn writers.
Brief article on a hymn for None, one of the "little hours." Mid-afternoon.
Artist links, listening samples, and Catholic media resources.
Jesus Living in Mary: Handbook of the spirituality of St. Louis de Montfort (article)
Original liturgical music by Fergal King: MIDI samples (free for personal use); sales of sheet music.
Study describing the types of music and instruments allowed and prohibited by the Church.
Membership organization in the United States, dedicated to liturgical music. Several mailing lists, sponsors workshops for cantors and instrumentalists, holds conferences.
(ensemble of musicians, poets, and artists): group and contact information, calendar, CD sales.
Directory, with brief annotations, of sites relevant to music in the Catholic Church.
[120+ MIDI, lyrics] Arrangements by Donald A. Wyckoff.
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