The Traditional Roman Hymnal

by Simon Townshend

The Traditional Roman Hymnal

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After several years of work, we are very pleased to be able to announce the delivery of the long-awaited second edition of the Traditional Roman Hymnal.

As promised, the second edition is greatly improved. This new edition contains over 360 chants and hymns (50% more than the first edition), with the harmonizations brought into conformity with what is commonly in use. We have also made vast improvements to the organization of the materials.

It contains all the most commonly-used chants and hymns in traditional communities including:

  • Ordinary Chants of the Mass, Asperges, Vidi Aquam, tones for the Mass responses, etc.
  • Kyriale (Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Agnus Dei) in Gregorian notation for ten Masses. Five Credos 
  • Hymns and chants for the liturgical seasons, Feast days, and general use, e.g., Sacred Heart, Blessed Virgin Mary, Holy Souls, etc
  • Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
  • Confirmation Service
  • Marriage Service and Nuptial Mass
  • Requiem Mass and Burial Service 
  • Litany of the Saints, Rogation days Procession, Forty Hours Devotion. 

The second edition contains several indices to make this one of the easiest hymnals to use. We’ve included an index for Titles, Authors, Translators, and Composers, and even included a compatibility index to the first edition hymnal.

Call us at 1-800-966-7337 for bulk pricing. 





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