Softcover. 321 pages. Large Print. "THE FIRST MARTYRS OF NORTH AMERICA" by Father John A. O'Brien. In this volume is told the inspiring story of eight humble and faithful men — the... More > eight commonly known as the Jesuit martyrs of North America. They were the first individuals on this continent to be canonized as saints by the Catholic Church. The willingness with which these men ventured into the wilderness lived and labored among the Indians under the most revolting and painful conditions, and gladly, almost exultantly, suffered torture and death, can hardly be matched by any other enterprise in history. Their letters and records — simply related and carefully noted in spite of all hardships and weariness — contribute so splendidly to the greater knowledge of the life, the customs and the languages of the Indians, that they are equally remarkable.< Less
454 pages / spiral bound / this book contains Organ Accompaniments for Volumes 1 and 2 (MASS SETTINGS & HYMNS) / http://www.ccwatershed.org/vatican/
New... More > Translation, Roman Missal, Third Edition, 3rd, Mass, Catholic, English,< Less
ORGANIST VOLUME I, 388 pages long, contains three (3) different harmonizations of the the Gregorian Kyriale: 1.) Achille P. Bragers, LOW KEY; 2.) Carlo Rossini, MIDDLE KEY; and 3.) Nova Organi... More > Harmonia, HIGH KEY.
Nova Organi Harmonia accompaniments were created by Flor Peeters, Msgr. Jules Van Nuffel, Msgr. Jules Vyverman, Marinus de Jong, Gustaaf Nees, Henri Durieux, and Edgard de Laet. St. Edmund Campion Missal & Hymnal for the Traditional Latin Mass: http://www.ccwatershed.org/Campion/
Ordinarium Missae Accompaniments, Keyboard Accompaniments for the Mass Ordinary< Less
ORGANIST VOLUME II, 374 pages long, contains: 1.) Organ accompaniments for all the Hymns in Campion Hymnal; 2.) Additional transpositions and alternate harmonizations for many of the hymns; 3.)... More > Information on interpreting the Vatican Edition rhythm (also refer to this material when using Volume I); and 4.) Organ accompaniments for the “Simple Chants” in the Campion Hymnal.