Saturday, November 26, 2011

The end of a liturgical year and liberation from old translations in the Roman Missal

Today not only marks the end of a liturgical year and tomorrow the start of a new one; it marks the end of fluffy Roman Missal translations and the beginning of something much more true to the Latin, and to Scripture. While the Te Deum Laudamus is traditionally sung at the end of the year, it just seems fitting to sing it today.

I give you the opening movement to the Berlioz Te Deum. This is the Te Deum on steroids!

Here is another,one: Kodály - Budavári Te Deum - Conductor: Tamás Vásáry

Further reading:

Bishop Robert Vasa explains why this new translation is an opportunity to renew our sense of awe

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