Published! New Mass setting now available!

Frank Morgan Music and Publishing is proud to announce the publication of a new Mass setting, approved by the Department for Christian Life and Worship of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales.

The Mass setting is entitled the Apostles’ Mass. It has been tried and tested in both parish and primary school and has been well received in both. It has been written by James Allerton, a musician and composer from Stockport.

The Apostles’ Mass has set the following: Kyrie, Gloria, Alleluia, Sanctus, Memorial Acclamations, Great Amen and Agnus Dei. In addition, there is an alternative Penitential Act, a Gospel Acclamation for use during Lent, an alternative Alleluia with a sung verse tone and an alternative setting of the Sanctus. Indications are given for the priest to intone the invitation to the Memorial Acclamations and the Doxology at the end of the Eucharistic Prayer.

The Apostles’ Mass is currently available in a guitar/melody edition (priced £4.00); this is printed in A4 size, with comb binding and a protective plastic cover. An A5 size people’s edition booklet is also available at a cost of £0.50 each. Postage and Packing will cost extra, and will depend on the number of copies ordered.

For more details, and to place orders, please contact the publisher at frank.morgan.musicandpublishing@gmail.com, or call 07522 341909.

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A keyboard version is currently being trialled. Look our for further announcements about its availability!

New Music

Frank Morgan Music and Publishing is proud to be able to announce the imminent publication of a new setting of “Ave Verum Corpus”, written by James Allerton. Influenced by Vaughan Williams, the setting is for 4 part chorus. There is a piano rehearsal score also available (although the piece is written for unaccompanied chorus).

Coming soon, a guitar version of a Mass Setting entitled “Apostles’ Mass”, also written by James Allerton, which has been approved for publication by the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England and Wales.

Further details to follow soon!