"By the Waters of Babylon"

Paul Tate

Paul Tate

Many composers have a “sound,” a certain combination of style and musical influences that are unique to them. Paul Tate’s “sound” is a combination of the many influences that have shaped his musical life: liturgical music, musical theater, pop music, and more. Join co-hosts Zack Stachowski and Matt Reichert as they speak with Paul about his setting of Psalm 137: “By the Waters of Babylon” and dig into the Paul Tate “sound.” They’ll speak about composition, text painting, writing piano accompaniment, and more!

So, please open your hymnal to "By the Waters of Babylon"!

 

Episode links

For more information about Paul Tate and his other compositions, visit his composer pages at World Library Publications and GIA Publications.

You can help support this podcast by supporting our sponsors. For more information about the sponsor of this episode - Of Womb and Tomb, edited by Kate Williams - visit their link.

You can purchase a copy of the score and a copy of the song recording for "By the Waters of Babylon” from World Library Publications.

You can also purchase the other song recordings you heard in this episode: “Glory to God” (David Haas), “God Knows the Very Heart of You” (Paul Tate), “All is Holy” (Jeanne Cotter), “There are Many Rooms” (Liam Lawton), “I Will Give You Life” (Lori True), “My Soul Longs for You” (Paul Tate, Deanna Light Amar), and “Interlude No. 16” (Paul Tate).

You can find recordings of “On the Willows” (from Godspell) and “How Will I Know” (performed by Whitney Houston") on iTunes.

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"We Have Been Told"

Matt Reichert, David Haas, and Zack Stachowski (2019 LA Religious Education Congress)

Matt Reichert, David Haas, and Zack Stachowski (2019 LA Religious Education Congress)

It’s another OYH composer “repeat!” Last time, co-hosts Zack Stachowski and Matt Reichert spoke with David Haas about his song, “You Are Mine,” his most-requested liturgical composition. Now they speak with him about his first published liturgical song, “We Have Been Told.” You’ll also hear about the beginnings of David’s collaboration with Marty Haugen and Fr. Michael Joncas, the compositional challenges and opportunities presented by the Gospel of John, and a surprise story about one of his most-beloved Psalm settings.

So, please open your hymnal to "We Have Been Told"!

 

Episode links

For more information about David Haas and his other compositions, visit his composer pages at GIA Publications and OCP, or his personal website at www.davidhaas.us.

You can help support this podcast by supporting our sponsors. For more information about the sponsor of this episode - Of Womb and Tomb, edited by Kate Williams - visit their link.

You can purchase a copy of the score and a copy of the song recording for "We Have Been Told” from GIA Publications.

You can also purchase the other song recordings you heard in this episode: Guitar instrumental of “We Have Been Told” (arr. David Feily), “Psalm 98: All the Ends of the Earth” (David Haas, Marty Haugen), “The Water I Give” (David Haas), “I Will Be the Vine” (Liam Lawton), “Remain in Me, I Am the Vine” (Steve Angrisano, Curtis Stephan), “I Am the Vine and Ye are the Branches” (Knowles Shaw), and “An Instrument of Your Peace” (David Haas).

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