How to Know About Wedding Catholic Songs
Religious or devotional songs are entirely different from the commercial and traditional songs. These songs are created and circulated only for the sake of promoting the religion and religious faith. On the other hand, the commercial songs are created and marketed entirely for business and commercial benefits. That is why, the listeners usually find a big difference between the Catholic church songs and film songs. While buying these christian Catholic songs, people must accept the inferior audio and video quality. The creators of these songs cannot afford the best audio and video quality because of their no-business initiatives. They must also understand that these best Catholic songs are seldom sung by professional singers as the clergy men are usually responsible for these songs. Therefore, they must accept the religious content in these songs. They should not mind the quality of voice in which these songs are usually available. However, instrumental Catholic wedding songs and Catholic hymns are very popular among the buyers.
These are different from the roman catholic songs and that is why their demand is also quite good all the year round. The availability of these catholic songs is very important to know and understand. These songs are not meant for business and that is why they are seldom available in the open market. They can buy these songs from their own churches, either for free of cost or for a nominal charge.
List of Catholic Songs
Allegri, Miserere, cond., Peter Phillips (Gimell).
Dufay, Missa L’homme arme, cond., Paul Hillier (EMI Reflexe).
Bach Mass in B Minor, cond., Nikolaus Harnoncourt (1968 recording;Teldec).
Desprez, Ave Maris Stella Mass, cond., Andrew Parrott (EMI Reflexe).
Bach, St. Matthew Passion, cond., Philippe Herreweghe (Harmonia Mundi).
Guerrero, Missa Sancta et immaculata, cond., James O’Donnell (Hyperion)
Bach, Cantatas, cond., Geraint Jones and Wolfgang Gonnenwein (EMI Classics).
Lauridsen, Lux Aeterna & O Magnum Mysterium, cond. Stephen Layton (Hyperion).
Barber, Agnus Dei, The Esoterics (Naxos).
Finzi, In Terra Pax, cond. Vernon Handley (Lyrita).
Beethoven, Missa Solemnis, cond., Otto Klemperer (EMI/Angel).
Gonoud, St. Cecilia Mass, cond. George Pretre (EMI Classics).
Bernstein, Mass, cond., Leonard Bernstein (Columbia).
Gorecki, Beatus Vir & Totus Tuus, cond. John Nelson (Polygram).
Berlioz, Requiem, cond. Colin Davis (Phillips).
Christmas, The Glorious Sound of Christmas, cond., Eugene Ormandy (Sony).
Brahms, Requiem, cond., Otto Klemperer (EMI/Angel).
Elgar, The Apostles, cond. Adrian Boult (EMI Classics).
Briggs, Mass for Notre Dame, cond., Stephen Layton (Hyperion).
Handel, Messiah, cond., by Nicholas McGegan (Harmonia Mundi)
Britten, War Requiem, cond., Benjamin Britten (Decca).
Christmas: Moravian Christmas, Czech Philharmonic Choir (ArcoDiva)
Brubeck, To Hope! A Celebration, cond. Russell Gloyd (Telarc).
Gabrieli, The Glory of Gabrieli, E. Power Biggs, organ (Sony).
Bruckner, Motets, Choir of St. Mary’s Cathedral (Delphian).
Leighton, Sacred Choral Music, cond., Christopher Robinson (Naxos).
More songs coming soon in the List of Catholic songs.
Famous Tamil Catholic Songs List
1. Ummai Allamal Enaku
2. Amaithiyin Theivame
3. En Vaazhvil Yesuve
4. Neeye Nirantharam
5. Leasana Kariyam
They can even place their order through the church and the device is delivered at their place through post. However, if you are looking for the best way to get these Catholic mass songs then you must find them on the Internet. You can either listen to them online or even download them from the websites. They would not need to spend any money here as well. You can download and save them in your own system so that you can play and listen to them whenever you would like. Enjoy the list of Catholic songs 2014