Doxology
Designed for liturgies throughout Easter and Ordinary Time, this collection from Ken Canedo serves the diversity of generations that comprise the Church today.
Doxology [CD]

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Doxology [Octavo Packet]

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Doxology [Octavo Packet]

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Doxology [CD]

$17.00

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Best-known for Mass of Glory, Love Never Fails and his insightful blogs and podcasts on spiritandsong.com, Ken Canedo is a contemporary Catholic music pioneer. But Ken is also a man of balance, with a heart for tradition and unity within the Church. His collection, Doxology, features six contemporary and six traditional-style songs, many in honor of the Trinity.

An active parish musician, Ken recognized a glaring lack of Trinity songs in modern Catholic hymnody. Doxology addresses that scarcity. Some of these new compositions honor the Trinity as a whole, while others praise the individual persons of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. All are capable of lifting sung praise to God.

Three titles are new arrangements of beloved, traditional hymns: "O Sanctissima," "Doxology" (with Ken's adaptation of OLD HUNDRETH) and "O Triune God," featuring the medieval tune for "Ye Sons and Daughters" and new Trinitarian lyrics by Sister Genevieve.

 Three songs feature poetic, Scripture-based texts by Benedictine Sister Genevieve Glen. "O Sanctissima" is Ken's setting of a translation by Benedictine Father Harry Hagan. Ken's new, original lyrics are all based on either the Bible or the Church's official ritual texts.

Long dedicated to serving and uniting worshipers of all ages, Ken has always composed music in a variety of styles, both traditional and modern. So Doxology, like the Church itself, embraces both old and new. Designed for liturgies throughout Easter and Ordinary Time, it serves the diversity of generations that comprise the Church today.

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