Propers in Latin in the Ordinary form are mostly identical to those in the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.
Singing the proper of the mass promotes music literacy. The Church invented music literacy for her liturgy, yet nowadays most Church musicians must hear the music of the mass before they can sing it. An illustration of how the Church uses solfege to teach music literacy is provided with the “Solfeggio” videos of this Sunday’s Introit (scroll down).
Lumen Christi Missal (Introit):
Father Weber’s Proper:
Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite
Download pages of the Gregorian Missal: GM OT 11
Download corresponding Fr Weber’s English proper: OT11 proper ENG PW
Introit in Solfeggio:
Click to hear Introit (English antiphon – English verse – Latin antiphon and verse)
Responsorial : (cantor sings once, schola repeats, cantor sings verses, schola leads assembly in response between verses).
Click to hear Responsorial Year B (English)
Click to hear Offertory (English antiphon – English verse– Latin antiphon)
Click to hear Communion (English antiphon – English verse – Latin antiphon + verses)
Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite
Download pages of Mass & Vespers 1957: