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Music for Ordinary Time

Below you will find the music for Ordinary Time (the green season) with audio recordings for practice and familiarisation. These are just the pieces that change from the previous season, and they will next be in use from Sunday 8th January  to Sunday 26 February 2017.

Lord, Have Mercy

Translation ©ELLC.  Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2012

Kyrie 3-4 Ordinary

Listen to it sung in two parts 

Listen to the upper part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own


Holy! Holy! Holy! (The Sanctus & Benedictus)

Translation ©ELLC (altd) Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2008

Sanctus

Listen to it sung in two parts 

Listen to the first part sung on its own 

Listen to the second part sung on its own


Christ has died (The Mystery)

Translation ©ELLC.  Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2009

Mystery Ordinary (Gillan)

Listen to it sung in three parts 

Listen to the middle part sung on its own 

Listen to the upper part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own


Come, Holy Spirit, Come (Epiclesis)

Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2013

Come Holy Spirit

Listen to it sung in three parts 

Listen to the main melody (top) part sung on its own 

Listen to the middle part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own


Glory be to you, O God (Gloria Patri)

Words adapted from traditional texts by Nathan Nettleton. Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2013

Glory be to you 2013

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Listen to the upper part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own


Only One is Holy

Words adapted from traditional texts by Nathan Nettleton. Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2013

Only One is Holy 2013

Listen to it sung in two parts 

Listen to the top part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own


Lamb of God (Agnus Dei)

Words traditional – translation by ELLC. Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2013

Lamb of God

Listen to it sung in two parts 

Listen to the top part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own