The Glory and Peril of Music

…is under discussion over at the Register. [Read more...]

New album!

The New Camaldoli Hermitage, a community of Roman Catholic monks in Big Sur, CA officially released their new album, O DAY OF RESURRECTION, (today) Nov. 4 from Jade Music via Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA), the specialty arm of Warner Music Group. Read today’s press release here. [Read more...]

OK Go is an astonishing gift to the human race

Astounding, and all done in one take: [Read more...]

A Musical Work of Mercy

A reader writes: Might you be able to post on our latest project out of the Diocese of Boston? It’s coming out this week and makes a great Christmas present- and supports a great school! It is very sweet. Here is the video: To purchase and for more information, go here. [Read more...]

Wanna Fund Some Catholic Music?

A reader writes: I know you’re great at getting the word out. This seems well worth it to me. No personal connection just a love for Catholic musicians. http://www.gofundme.com/e37czo https://www.facebook.com/thethirsting The gettingoutness of the word has now occurred. [Read more...]

Simcha Fisher interviews Sam Rocha on his “Late to Love” Album

Two of my favorite people together.  It’s like peanut butter and chocolate! Plus: music! [Read more...]

Artificial Music

Time was when music emerged out of the soul of a people and was created, like wine, ethnic foods, or cheeses by ordinary people and became popular because everybody liked it. It was more like the fruit on a growing vine than like a product (though, of course, musicians needed to be paid like the [Read More...]

Franciscan September Song

Sister Julie Ann writes: Thought you might like to share a simply good song with others who may be experiencing the lyrics of the song… Franciscan Sisters offer their September Song of the Month, “In the Middle of Heaven and Here”, a free song download for the new semester at their Franciscanized World page: http://fscc-calledtobe.org/ [Read More...]

Sonnet 18 set to lovely music

I wonder why somebody hasn’t attempted to set all the sonnets to music? Seems like a natural. [Read more...]

I love Walk Off the Earth

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