@Dr Stuart Reiss In Good faith I had asked you to stop with the Slander earlier. This article is from a EWTN news outlet. That is as main stream Catholic as it gets. I asked that you stop with with your slanderous personal attacks. You have only multiplied them. I hope you take your own advice and get to confession. This site is set up so that people can comment on videos and articles that are posted. You however, only make personal attacks & slanderous accusations. The article is no attack on …[More]
We are seeing the regression to Lost Sheep spirituality, in which bishops, most of whom are not ordaining priests at replacement rate, are more concerned about who is not a practicing Catholic rather than who is. Searching for the lost sheep, they have left the gate open--and the flock has wandered away.
Gregorian sing Imagine, I cant even imagine that. I dont like ..... gregorian, but this song these days are more actual than any other. And the time of justice for all religions which are not more than brainwashing corporations will come, I really hope. one reason of this mess is up to end.
The most Holiest pope ever to walk the earth pope Francis has said clearly that he is "teaching" and we knew from the beginning that he was, teaching worldliness... This the worldliness am speaking about, soon we will all have to Flee, as the wicked relatio WILL be approved as the "God of surprises" will surprise says Bergoglio... more surveys poured in and as he will have the opportunity to wash his hands as he once said "I will do what my bishops want"... The Bruno Forte confirmation is … [More]
The Misa Criolla is the most famous work of the Argentine composer Ariel Ramírez(1921-2010). You can find more information in English at the Ariel Ramirez website. Latest news: April and May 2011, singer Javier Rodríguez of Misa Criolla will visit Europe. Choirs in Europe can contract him, als to sing the other Ramírez mass with Rodríguez:Misa por la Paz y la Justicia, Ramírez favourite composition. The Foundation of Argentine Music in the Netherlands can give you more information. [More]
Ariel Ramírez composed the Misa Criolla in 1964 as one of the first masses in the national idiom. Ramírez not only used the language of his country but also the musical rhythms of Argentina, partly played by local instruments.
It is a Creole Mass indeed. Creole means: native, which is not the same as indigenous. The Argentine Creoles are descendents of many peoples, such as Europeans and Indians. New immigrants are called gringos. The Argentine rhythms and instruments also descend from many places.
The first recording of the Misa Criolla took place in 1964, sung by the choir of the Basílica del Socorro and the folkloric male quartet 'Los Fronterizos', who sang the soloist parts either one by one or together.