Repertoire 2016-12-07T21:05:00+00:00


As a Catholic Church Music Program, music picking is very important. Pieces that are sung at the Holy Mass must be closely tided to the Liturgy and many of these pieces have been in the Catholic Tradition and History for a long time. We see Traditional Sacred Music as a treasure of the Church this treasure is to be preserved and fostered.

As the Second Vatican Council teaches, “Gregorian Chant should be given the pride of place in liturgical services” (Sacrosanctum Concilium 116). That is why we always chant the Gregorian Propers at Mass and our Scholae are founded for the purpose of learning these chants.

Another form of music that was mentioned in many Church Documents is Polyphony which was highly developed during the Renaissance. At St. Pius X, Renaissance polyphonies are often sung, especially on major feast days. These polyphonies were written specifically for Catholic Worhsip and the texts of the pieces are scriptural and liturgical. Many Catholic composers also modeled their pieces after chant and polyphony, and therefore by no means we exclude these pieces from our repertoire.


Our Choral Repertoire since August 2014



Sit Nomen Domini – Philippe Verdelot

I Heard the Voice of Jesus – Thomas Tallis

If Ye Love Me – Thomas Tallis

Ave Maria – Jacob Arcadelt

Alma Redemptoris Mater – Pierluigi da Palestrina

Jesu Rex Admirabilis – Pierluigi da Palestrina

Sicut Cervus – Pierluigi da Palestrina

Sicut Rosa – Orlando di Lasso

Ave Verum Corpus – William Byrd

Kyrie (Mass for Three Voices) – William Byrd

Lord, Make Me to Know – William Byrd

Ave Maria – Tomás Luis de Victoria

Domine non sum dingus – Tomás Luis de Victoria

Jesu Dulcis Memoria – Tomás Luis de Victoria

O Magnum Mysterium – Tomás Luis de Victoria

Lux aeterna (Missa pro defunctis a 4) – Tomás Luis de Victoria

The Reproaches – Tomás Luis de Victoria

O Sacrum Convivium – Giovanni Croce

Regina Caeli – Gregor Aichinger

Lo, How a Rose e’er Blooming – Michael Praetorius

Miserere mei, Deus – Gregorio Allegri

O Mysterium Ineffabile – Jean-François Lallouette

Mass for Three Voices – Antonio Lotti

Regina Caeli – Antonio Lotti

O Salutaris Hostia – Pasquale Pisari

Agnus Dei – Samuel Webbe

Ave Verum Corpus – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Panis Angelicus – César Franck

Locus iste – Anton Bruckner

Adoramus te Christe – Théodore Dubois

Agnus Dei (Missa Salve Regina) – Carlo Rossini

Kyrie (Mass for Four Voices) – John Stainer

God So Loved the World – John Stainer

Prevent Us, O Lord – Charles Hubert Parry

O Sacrum Convivium – Roberto Remondi

Ave Verum Corpus – Edward Elgar

Veni Creator Spiritus – Oreste Ravanello

Tantum Ergo – Déodat de Séverac

The Call – Ralph Vaughan Williams

Ecce Panis Angelorum – Lorenzo Perosi

In the Bleak Mid-Winter – Gustav Holst

Lauda Sion – Federico Caudana

A Prayer of St. Richard of Chichester – L. J. White

Litany to the Holy Spirit – Peter Hurford

Still, Still, Still –  arr. Philip Ledger

Anima Christi – Marco Frisina

Panis Angelicus – Kevin Allen

Magnificat Sexti Toni – Christoph Dalitz

O Sacrum Convivium – Richard Clark

Abide With Me – arr. Paul Weber

Ave Maria – Andrew Leung

Missa Brevis – Andrew Leung

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel – arr. Andrew Leung

Opening Verse of the Office – Andrew Leung

Tantum Ergo – Andrew Leung