Some glimpses of Tuesday at the Colloquium:
|After morning prayer and breakfast, the first session is a chant rehearsal:|
at the men’s schola session taught by Wilko Brouwers,
the curve of a neume on the paper is echoed by its counterpart outside.
|In Tuesday’s plenary address,|
Dr. Mahrt describes the “musical shape” of the liturgy.
|Colleen Crafton from the Ward Center in Richmond, VA|
brought her own choristers (!) to demonstrate a Ward Method lesson.
|Photographer Rene Zajner listens in|
as David Hughes (of St. Mary’s, Norwalk) and some colloquium participants
try out new compositions the latter have brought.
|Scott Turkington (and his double, through the looking-glass)|
present a session on conducting polyphony.
|As the polyphony rehearsals begin,|
Charles Cole from the London Oratory School
brings the motet choir together with some exercises.
Pro-Cathedral of St. John.
Horst Buchholz (our host this week at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis) directs the Mozart choir in Tallis’ This is my commandment:
|And with Holst’s famous tune, the Mass is ended.|