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Friday, May 06, 2011 

Christians, To The Paschal Victim



I know this is a week late but I've been busy playing metrologist which is a good thing considering that is my vocation. Anyhoo, Dan over at Time Out produced a special video presentation of hymn number 460 in the Lutheran Service Book; "Christians to the Paschal Victim" for Time Out Episode 115.

Anna Baseley of Emmanuel-Dearborn and Mark Fergus of Zion-Columbus join Cantor Beethe and and Dan for this wonderful video.

So head on over to Time Out, say howdy, and thank Dan for doing such a great job not only on Time Out, Episode 115 but thank him for all the hard work it must have took in getting this video together!

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I'm pretty sure metrologist isn't your only vocation Frank!

You know where I stand on liturgy.

That said, sequences began with unauthorised jamming on the final "a" of the Alleluia before the Gospel reading, and became entire compositions taking their name as something that follows in sequence from the Alleluia.

In short, they were the CCM of their day, opposed then as CCM now for replacing attention the actual liturgy and detracting from it.

And to complete the irony, the Roman novus ordo now directs that that sequences be done before the Alleluia they were named for following.

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