Our priest decided at the last minute to sing the ICEL chant for the procession/unveling of the cross at today’s Good Friday Liturgy.
Fair enough, though a bit more than 15 minutes notice would have been good (better if he had actually got the notes right so that we knew the pitch to start on …. ho hum!)
So I sang through the response with the choir and ended with two longer notes on the last syllable of “adore.” Whereupon a heated discussion took place as it was pointed out that none of the dots had any sort of lengthening.
My dotted version prevailed by reason of force majeure.
Is ICEL only providing the pitches and leaving it up to us to apply our own rhythmic interpretations?
I quite fancy a Bossa Nova Gloria …. it would certainly liven up that drear offering.
Any help will be apprecited.
I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.
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