Summer Music Colloquium 2006

Liturgical Music and the Restoration of the Sacred

Tuesday, 20 June 2006 - Sunday, 25 June 2006
The Catholic University of America
Washington, D.C.

Sponsored by the Center for Ward Method Studies
of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
in collaboration with the Church Music Association of America
(Photo credit to Fr. Jeffrey Keyes)

Fr. Robert Skeris giving lecture
Dr. Horst Buchholz, director of the polyphonic schola
Scott Turkington, director of the chant schola, talks to participant
Amy Zuberbueller teaching a course in chant fundamentals
Professor William Mahrt, president of the CMAA
Dr. Kurt Poterack (left), who lectured on pastoral music, speaks with Michael Lawrence
David Hughes, rehearsal accompanist, directed the new music reading session
Fr. Martin Fox looks over the Hassler Missa Dixit Maria
Fr. Lawrence Donnelly was the celebrant at a daily Mass
Turkington directs the small-group schola
Two attendees look over chant during rehearsal
Jeffrey Tucker, managing editor of Sacred Music, at session
The final Mass of the Colloquium, Franciscan Monastery
The final photograph of attendees (does not include everyone)

Scott Turkington on organ, playing the postlude ("Final" from the First Symphony by Louis Vierne) at the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land, Washington, D.C., Sacred Music Colloquium, June 25, 2006. [or download original .mov file]

Professor William Mahrt demonstrates the Guidonian Hand to the 8th century hymn "Ut queant laxis," between classes at the CMAA/Ward Center Sacred Music Colloquium, June 2006. [Or download original .mov file]