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Notes on the use of the scores

Gospel Acclamations
Alleluia except in Lent when Praise to you, O Christ is sung.

Eucharistic Prayer
The Preface Dialogue, Doxology and Amen are usually sung to the tones from the Missal.
For the Memorial Acclamation, the celebrant intones The mystery of faith from the Missal tone. The congregation can respond with one of the four responses in the missal.

Ordinary of the Mass
Mass XVI is short and suitable for weekdays.
Mass XVIII is suitable for Advent or Lent.
Mass XI (Orbis Factor) is suitable for Ordinary Time.
Mass VIII (De Angelis) is often sung, and tends to be best known by older generations. It is considerably more complex however than many of the other chants.
Credo I is suggested instead of Credo III as it is far simpler musically.
Some English settings of the Mass are available, although there are few noteworthy examples. Caution needs to be further exercised as the text does not always conform to the approved translation. These vernacular settings must usually be purchased.

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Missa I
Missa IV
Missa VIII
Missa XI
Missa XVI
Missa XVIII
Gospel Acclamations
Magnificat tone I
Magnificat tone II
Magnificat tone III
Magnificat tone IV
Magnificat tone V
Magnificat tone VI
Magnificat tone VII
Magnificat tone VIII
Antiphons to the BVM

Thanks to funding from The @HamishOgstonFdn, @DOLMusic is delighted to announce that it is now expanding its award-winning Schools Singing Programme across Yorkshire and replicating it in every Catholic diocese in the UK to create the National Schools Singing Programme.

Alleluia, alleluia!
A very Happy Easter to all our wonderful young singers, our staff and supporters - 'never tiring be our choiring!'
The Easter hymn, Battle is o'er, hell's armies flee, sung by Bradford Catholic Youth Choir
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UB4EV9qmr9A

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A year since our first online rehearsal with the Cathedral Girls' Choir...we're back in schools but our choirs are still online. Here's some medieval raucousness for yesterday's solemnity of the Annunciation, an archive recording of our Bradford choirs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8H1lG1ohNQ

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The NSSP initiative takes inspiration from the model developed by the Diocese of Leeds in 2003. It uses the existing infrastructure of Catholic state schools and offers additional funds to support world-class inclusive music programmes. The funds help engage diverse communities which have often been an afterthought for choral and church music. Find out more about Diocese of Leeds Music at dioceseofleedsmusic.org.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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You may have seen the news that Diocese of Leeds Music are expanding our award-winning Schools Singing Programme across Yorkshire and the rest of the UK. You can now keep up to date with all NSSP developments on our new Facebook (National Schools Singing Programme), Instagram (www.instagram.com/nationalssp/) and Twitter (twitter.com/nationalssp) pages. Give us a like, follow and share to spread the word! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today is the First Sunday of Easter - don't forget that the season of Easter lasts for 50 days! So even though you might have eaten all of your chocolate eggs and hot cross buns, you can join us in learning and singing some specially selected hymns for Easter. Alleluia!youtu.be/fL7DwYWERSU ... See MoreSee Less
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Alleluia, alleluia!A very Happy Easter to all our wonderful young singers, our staff and supporters - 'never tiring be our choiring!'The Easter hymn, Battle is o'er, hell's armies flee, sung by Bradford Catholic Youth Choirwww.youtube.com/watch?v=UB4EV9qmr9A ... See MoreSee Less
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