From the Church Music Association of America: Gregorian Chant at the National Shrine, Washington, DC, September 25-26, 2009.
Chant is good. I imagine this pilgrimage will be all right, too, though it’s hard to consider it perfect when it hasn’t even happened yet.
[Rating: 97 out of 100]
UPDATE: I’d fantasized about being able to go to this CMAA chant event, but alas it’s the same weekend as the annual Eucharistic Congress in my home diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina. We went last year, shortly after our move from Tennessee, and already the Congress has become a family can’t-miss.
Meanwhile, here’s another link to chant resources: the Latin Propers for the whole liturgical year, in PDF format.
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