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I offer it to all of you to share its beauty and share my joy. Then we find some hymns, and one dedicated to Blessed John Paul II, true model of a shepherd, one dedicated to the fatherhood of a merciful God reminds us that the vocation of every priest at his mercy is called to witness to the love of God pand men.
Two other songs are taken from the Oratorio “On the Road to Emmaus” and celebrate the risen Christ also invoking His saving presence. I hope that the journey of Lent can strengthen our soul and make it agile in the fight against sin and resourceful in doing good. Through the pain you go to glory, through the humiliation we reach the triumph of God over sin and the world.
Next to the sung text, I wanted to include a translation so that everyone can enjoy the richness of the words chosen by the Christian poets who composed those hymns and the prayers. The richness of these texts is extraordinary and we must learn how to keep them not only in the written statement but especially in the use gita concrete prayer and liturgical chant: The “Apostles’ Creed” was set to music as a liturgical alternative to the Nicene Creed.
These songs follow a route through the small Marian celebrations of the liturgical year, dj particular attention to the texts of the hymns of the Liturgy of the Hours. In this collection I wanted to pick some that speak to us of the mystery of the Incarnation: In this sense the marvelous text of St.
The Resurrection is the triumph of the light of truth and love, and the joy of redemption pervades the universe and awakens in the heart of the fi singing and praise. It is there, in fact, that Christ reveals to each of us his love, a love so strong and powerful that “nothing in the world “will be able to separate us from him.
It is a hymn of thanksgiving and praise that spreads to all the members of the Church and uniting in a single mysterious melody different voices from all parts of the world, from all nations, from all languages. The Church sings the face and beauty of the only Son of the Father whose infinite love led him to lay down his life for us. Alfonso de Liguori, in their turn to become singers and witnesses of the Incarnate Word.
We cannot hide the wealth that the Gospel of Christ gives to all men. Christ is one with His Church, walks with his bride, pans she accompanies him through the streets of history, in the midst of difficulties and the storms, the triumphs and defeats, never leaves, especially frjsina difficult times and painful. I wanted to insert two traditional melodies: It is no coincidence that I wanted to include, in addition to the texts of the songs, frisin Latin text with its corresponding Gregorian melody.
I hope some of them will be useful to renew in the hearts of each of us love for Mary and enhance the contemplative awe before the great mystery of the Virgin Mother, miracle of the grace of the Lord and of His infinite love for us.
From the Eucharist flows the song of believers who celebrate the love of God and the fellowship of the brethren. All those who suffer, who are lost and confused, all those who have no other refuge but in God, in the Cross are their hope and their consolation where God offers forgiveness and reconciliation to the world as the giver of life and also for the one who destroys and rapes, where there reigned a king whose victory is made of forgiveness and love.
These songs want to express the beauty of the encounter with the Lord and with His Word. In these texts to the music, I wanted to express the various spirits of Christmas. The words are an intense profession of faith which amplifies the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed giving it a new force. This album includes songs that follow the liturgical year in order to solemnize some important celebrations.
There are both more complicated songs and simple songs, designed for different choirs: The liturgical project “Bread of life” is an invitation to join in this praise with heart living in the Ffisina, the source and summit of our life of grace. Advent singing has a special role because it supports the expectation of the Church giving wings to soar to the wonderful Lord who comes. The Frsiina journey wants to prepare for the encounter with Drisina crucified and risen through the purification of the heart and letting us grow in our capacity to love, leads us through the discovery of God’s mercy and forgiveness of his wealth and at the same time makes us discover the beauty of being the only church that shares the love of Christ.
The liturgy offers us wonderful texts that describe this joy, the hymns of the Easter Liturgy of the Hours themselves ;ane the center of Christian praise, the Lamb slain and resurrected by showing how the sacrifice of Christ springs the redemption of the world.
Jesus in the New Testament is the same title Kyrios, Lord, that expresses the reality of the Risen Lord and the Lord of history and the world.
Showing His perfections every, creature sings the praises of God. In the Year of Faith, which we are about to experience, it is useful to return to this extraordinary text that the Magisterium gives us and invites us to make our own the faith of the Church and to live in the difficulties and the challenges of our present culture.
The parts are taken from the Ordinary Mass VIII De Angelis composed in the dialogue form in the classical way of the polyphonic music tradition by alternating between Gregorian chant and the polyphony of the assembly of the Schola.
In the Bible, the Greek word is translated as Kyrios, which is the Lord. May our hearts ddi to sing the love of God with enthusiasm and joy without end offering to the world a sign of hope and comfort and inviting him to look up at the cross, where ” the Lord reigns ,” our only hope.
The parts of the Ordinary and some songs, such as “Totus Tuus” were written for the priestly jubilee of St. I also added some songs linked to the mystery of vocation to the priesthood and to the memories of Pastors, whose verses are inspired by biblical texts. With that sublime gesture the heart of God is revealed and touches man’s heart so that from that moment on, every action receives meaning and significance from that gesture.
Marco Frisina – Pane di vita nuova – Listen on Deezer
Every man looks at the cross as the only salvation and the crucifix as a brother and friend who shares the pain with his poverty in the world. The Church has preserved numerous poems which together with the Sacred Scripture form one beautiful and rich repertoire of prayers which have greatly enriched and continue to support the faith of believers. I hope that the knowledge of the texts that the Christian tradition has given us pushes us to give our prayer the depth and beauty of the Easter light.
The final judgment, recounted in the Gospel of Matthew, presents us with the mystery of the presence of Jesus among us. Each piece can be performed in different ways, depending on the capabilities and possibilities of choirs and individual performers. The name of God is the Lord means to affirm with force and with joy that God is all this, that his presence to us is salvation and love, mercy and omnipotence, light and victory.
In the texts of the liturgy of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit is the protagonist, the immense splendor of God, the creative energy, the breath of life, the uncreated Love that Easter blows from all over the world, renewing it with the grace and love.
This year, however, there was another wonderful opportunity to reflect on the Catholic priesthood and to meditate on its beauty: This new collection of songs, some of which revolve around Lenten themes, remind us of the demanding journey of Christian faith but joyful at the same time with the strength that comes from love for Christ and as the great saints teach us. Psalm 33 is a typical text that expresses the wonder and joy of the believer who sees the love of God himself as a gift of grace in the Eucharist.
The Easter Triduum is the heart of the liturgical year.
Marco Frisina – ChoralWiki
Lord translates to the Greek word “Kyrios” in the liturgy and to the Jewish “Jahweh. In this album are collected 11 compositions by Marco Frisina. This collection of songs celebrates the Easter season and the Solemnity as composed and orchestrated by Marco Frisina.