Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution
Catholic Folk Mass music from Ken Canedo's book, "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution"

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KTFB-Chapter 2 "Hang Down Your Head, Tom Dooley" FOLK MUSIC SCENE: Chapter Two offers a brief overview of the burgeoning secular folk music scene that exploded with the Kingston Trio's 1958 hit song, "Tom Dooley." Popular with America's young people, this folk music would influence the future composers of the Folk Mass movement. Featured song: "Forevermore" by Ray Repp, from the 1966 FEL recording, Mass of Young Americans.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTwo20090607.mp3
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DENNIS FITZPATRICK: In the late 1950s, while the Mass was still in Latin, Catholic music pioneer Dennis Fitpatrick begins his groundbreaking work in composing English chant for the liturgy. Featured songs: "Kyrie," "Sanctus," "Agnus Dei," and "Communion Motet" by Dennis Fitzpatrick from the 1963 recording, Demonstration English Mass, published by Friends of the English Liturgy.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterOne20090525.mp3
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KTFB-Introduction "Come Gather 'Round, People, Wherever You Roam" Author Ken Canedo welcomes listeners to his book, "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution." A dynamic series of podcasts will help readers to hear the music of the Folk Mass in context with the sounds and voices of the 1960s.
Direct download: KTFB-Intro20090524.mp3
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