Music by Howard Hughes

Published Music of Howard Hughes, S.M., A.S.C.A.P.

In the following can be found:

• Early manuscripts (1965, 1966), used in community, but not all were sent to the publishers
• Key to Publishers
• Listing of published music from 1964 to the present (in order of publication, with the voices, etc. required)
• Suggestions for occasional and seasonal use of the music
• At the very end, there are some brief comments on particular pieces of music. Refer to the number assigned to those pieces on the List of Published Music to see the voices and the instruments required.

Additional compositions may be added to the List at some point in the future.

Howard Hughes, S.M.
July 10, 2006


Key to Publishers

GIA
GIA Publications, Inc.
7404 So. Mason Avenue
Chicago, IL 60638-9927
Tel: (708) 496-3800
(800) GIA-1358
Fax: (708) 496-3828

WLP/JSP
Word Library Publications, Inc.
A Division of JSPaluch, Co., Inc.
3825 N. Willow Road
Schiller Park, IL 60176
Tel: (800) 566-6150
Fax: (708) 671-5715

ICEL
International Committee on English in the Litergy
1522 K Street, NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 2005-1202
Tel: (202) 347-0800
Fax: (202) 347-1839

LTP
Liturgy Training Publications
1800 N. Hermitage Avenue
Chicago, IL 60622-1101
Tel: (800) 933-1800
Fax: (800) 933-7094

CFCW
Composters' Forum for Catholic Worship
P.O. Box 8554
Sugar Creek, MO 65054
(CFCW was dissolved in 1977; copyrights transferred to GIA)

FDLC
Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions
3033 Fourth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
USCC The United States Catholic Conference
3211 Fourth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017-1194

NPM
NPM Publications (Nat'l Pastoral Musicians)
225 Sheridan Street, NW
Washington, DC 20011-1492
Tel: (202) 723-5800
Fax: (202) 723-2262

RP
Resource Publications, Inc.
160 E. Virginia St., #290
San Jose, CA 95112-5876

PRES
Presbyterian Church (USA)
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202-1396

METH
The United Methodist Hymnal Companion
Carlton R. Young
P.O. Box 128001
Nashville, TN 37212-8001

HH
Brother Howard Hughes SM
Marianist Community
22883 Alcalde Road
Cupertin, CA 95014-3903
408-207-4849 (Home)
415-994-6939 (Cell
Litmus2H@aol.com


1.  MASS FOR PEACE
Assembly/unison choir, organ
-in Peoples Mass Book, 1964 edit., pp. 266-271 Copyright 1964

2. MUSIC FOR THE EUCHARISTIC PRAYER ACCLAMATIONS
(G-1639)
Assembly, opt. SATB/SSAA/SSA/TTB, organ
--also in hymnal Worship I, 1971 edit.
Copyright 1971, GIA

3. WORSHIP I (hymnal)
Memorial Acclamation, 243
Amen, 249
Holy, 291
Copyright 1971, GIA

4. SECOND SUNDAY/LENT (Responsorial Psalm)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Cantor Book: Cycle B
Copyright 1972, WLP (commissioned)

5. FOURTH SUNDAY/LENT (Responsorial Psalm)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Cantor Book: Cycle B
Copyright 1972, WLP (commissioned)

6. FIFTH SUNDAY/EASTER (Alleluia & Verse)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Cantor Book: Cycle B
Copyright 1972, WLP (Commissioned)

7. THIRD SUNDAY/Year (Alleluia & Verse)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Cantor Book: Cycle B
Copyright 1972, WLP (commissioned)

8. FIFTH SUNDAY/YEAR (Responsorial Psalm)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Cantor Book: Cycle B
Copyright 1972, WLP (commissioned)

9. SACRED HEART (Alleluia & Verse)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Cantor Book: Cycle B
Copyright 1972, WLP (commissioned)

10. CHRIST THE LORD IN SILENCE COMING
(G-1756)
Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
Copyright 1972, GIA

11. LET EARTH REJOICE (G-1755)
Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
Copyright 1972, GIA

12. LET US ENTER THE HOUSE OF THE LORD
(G-1757)
Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
Copyright 1972, GIA

13. MUSIC FOR THE EUCHARISTIC PRAYER ACCLAMATIONS II
(G-1757)
Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
Copyright 1972, GIA

14. GOSPEL ACCLAMATIONS FOR CONFIRMATION AND VOTIVE MASSES OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
(CF 73-101)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ, opt. Instruments
Copyright 1973, CFCW (commissioned)
(See later reissue by GIA with new titles: ALLELUIA IN C, ALLELUIA IN C WITH LENTEN REFRAINS, JOYFUL ALLELUIA.)

15. ENTER, O PEOPLE OF GOD (CA 4006-1)
Assembly , opt. Descant, organ
-in Six Hymns with Descants
Copyright 1973, WLP (commissioned)

16. ENTER, O PEOPLE OF GOD(CA 4008-8)
SATB, organ
Copyright 1973, WLP (commissioned)

17. ENTER, O PEOPLE OF GOD (CA 4007-7)
SAB, organ
Copyright 1973, WLP (commissioned)

18. BY THE STREAMS OF BABLYON (CA4015-8)
SATB, opt. S/T solo, opt. Refrain for Assembly, organ
Copyright 1974, WLP (commissioned)
--N.B. Above work reissued in Sept. 2001 with the addition of the Cantor's melody for all verses-
WLP: Westendorf Series 8676

19. PSALMS FOR ADVENT (G-1905)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
(Entrances, Responsorial Psalms/A,B,C
Alleluias, Gospel Verses for each Sunday of Advent)
Copyright 1974, GIA

20. GOSPEL ACCLAMATIONS FOR THE CELEBRATION OF MARRIAGE (CF 75-101)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ
Copyright 1975 CFCW (commissioned)

21. PROCESSIONAL ALLELUIA (CF 75-102)
Cantor, assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ, op. Instruments
Copyright 1975, CFCW (commissioned)
-N.B. reissued later by GIA (G-2180)

22. WORSHIP II (hymnal)
Penitential Rite C, Alleluia, Holy, Acclamations C & D, Refrains found at 347, 364, 387, 399, 403, 451, 463, 584, 601, 604, 637, 654, 675, 771, 781, 785, 830, 864, 961, 985, 989, 997, 1008, 1012, 1013, 1016
Copyright 1975, GIA

23. THE SUNDAY ANTIPHONARY (G-1990)
Ten Refrains from Worship II
Copyright 1975, GIA

24. TASTE AND SEE
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--in Modern Liturgy, Vol. 3, No.2
Copyright 1975, RP

25. SING TO THE LORD (G-2011)
Unison voices/2 equal voices, organ
Copyright 1976, GIA

26. SAN JOSE MASS (English) (G-2063)
Assembly, Cantor/unison voices, organs, opt. Instruments
Copyright 1976, GIA
26a. MISA DE SAN JOSE
(Spanish) G-2263
--parts as above
Copyright 1979, GIA

27. CHRISTIAN PRAYER: THE LITURGY OF THE HOURS
(Morning/Evening/Night Prayer)
--Invitatory Verse, 6 Invitatory Antiphons with Psalm 95, 2 Introductory Verses, 13 Responsories, Simeon Canticle, Canticle of the Lamb
Copyright 1976, ICEL (commissioned)

28. HOW GLORIOUS IS YOUR NAME
Unison voices, organ, opt. Guitar
--Modern Liturgy, Vol. 4, No. 2
Copyright 1977, RP

29. GOD MOUNTS HIS THRONE (G-2029)
Responsorial Psalm 46/47
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1977, GIA

30. FOREVER I WILL SING (G-2027)
Responsorial Psalm 88/89
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1977, GIA

31. ASSUMPTION: THE QUEEN STANDS AT YOUR RIGHT
Responsorial Psalm 44/45
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1977, GIA

32. CHRISTMAS: MASS AT MIDNIGHT (G-2026)
Responsorial Psalm 95/96
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1977, GIA

33. I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVES
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1977, ICEL (commissioned)
N.B. See later publication by GIA

34. MAY THE ANGELS LEAD YOU INTO PARADISE
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ
Copyright 1977, ICEL (commiessioned)
N.B. See later publication by GIA

35. YOU HAVE PUT ON CHRIST
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ, opt. instruments
Copyright 1977, ICEL (commissioned)
N.B. See later publication by GIA

36. MORNING PRAYER: WEEK 1 OUT OF PRINT
Antiphones/Psalms for Sunday through Saturday Cantor, Assembly, organ, guitar chords
Copyright 1977, HH

37. SONGS OF EUCHARIST- 1st Edition OUT OF PRINT
Cantor, Assembly, organ, guitar chords
--3 Lord Have Mercy, 3 Glory, 5 Alleluia, 9 Holy, 9 Memorial Acclamation, 8 Amen, 2 Lord's Prayer, 4 Lamb of God
Copyright 1978, HH

38. PSALM 141: LET MY PRAYER RISE LIKE INCENSE (G-2174)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ
Performed at First National Convention of Pastoral Musicians, 1978, Scranton, PA
Copyright 1978, GIA

39. THE LORD'S PRAYER (G-2175)
Presider/Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
-Performed at First National Convention of Pastoral Musicians, 1978, Scranton, PA
Copyright 1978, GIA

40. PSALM 148: HEAVEN AND EARTH ARE FILLED (G-2177)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Performed at First National Convention of Pastoral Musicians, 1978, Scranton, PA
Copyright 1978, GIA

41. CANTICLE OF THE LAMB- Revelations 19 (G-2178)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. Equal voices, organ
--Performed at First National Convention of Pastoral Musicians, 1978, Scranton, PA
Copyright 1978, GIA

42. PROCESSIONAL ALLELUIA (G-2180)
Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, opt. Instruments
--Originally published by CFCW
Copyright 1978, GIA

43. SUNDAY EVENING PRAYER: SING PRAISE TO THE LORD
--Introductory Verse, Ps. 110, Ps. 114, Canticle: Rev. 19, Responsory, Mary Canticle
Commissioned by The Bishops' Committee on the Liturgy for the National Meeting of the Bishops-USCC.
--First performed in St. Matthew's Cathedral, Wash., DC
Copyright 1978, HH

44. PSALM 139: GUIDE ME, LORD (G-2212)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Commissioned for the 1978 National Meetings of the FDLC.
Copyright 1979, GIA'

45. JOYFUL ALLELUIA (G-2225)
Cantor, Assembly, organ, opt. Instrument
--Originally published by CFCW
Copyright 1979, GIA

46. MARIANIST FEASTS: MORNING PRAISE & EVEN SONG OUT OF PRINT
Introductory Verse, Common of the Blessed Virgin, Invitatory Psalm 95, Feasts: Jan. 1, Mar. 25, May 12, May 25, July 11, Aug. 15, Sept. 5, Sept. 8, Sept. 12, Oct. 2, Oct. 12, Dec. 8, Mar. 19
Copyright 1979, HH

47. VIGIL OF THE BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST
(Responsorial Psalm)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1979, WLP (Commissioned)

48. ALLELUIA/VERSE: VIGIL OF THE BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1979, WLP (Commissioned)

49. BEHOLD YOUR MOTHER: EVENING PRAYER FOR FEASTS OF MARY OUT OF PRINT
-Introductory Verse, 3 Psalms, 2 Mary Canticles, General Intercessions, Dismissal
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
--Commissioned by The Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions for the national celebration of the 125th anniversary of the definition of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception.
Copyright 1979, HH (Available through FDLC)

50. BEHOLD HOW GOOD IT IS: PSALM 133/132
TTBB with divisi in Tenor I
--Commissioned for the Fiftieth anniversary of St. Mary's Seminary & University, Roland Park, Baltimore.
Copyright 1979, HH

51. I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVES (G-2281)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Originally published 1977, ICEL
Published 1979, GIA

52. MAY THE ANGELS LEAD YOU TO PARADISE (G-2282)
Cantor, Assembly with opt. divisi, organ
--Originally published 1977, ICEL
Published 1979, GIA

53. YOU HAVE PUT ON CHRIST (G-2283)
Unison voices, opt. canon, organ, opt. instruments
--Originally published 1977, ICEL
Published 1979, GIA

54. MUSIC FOR LITURGY OF THE HOURS: EASTER TRIDUUM
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--2 Good Friday Responsories, 2 Holy Saturday Responsories, Antiphon "For Our Sake", Psalm 116, Psalm 143, Philippians Canticle, Easter Evening Antiphon, 2 additional Antiphons, Dismissal
Copyright 1979, ICEL

55. PRAISE GOD IN SONG-ECUMENICAL DAILY PRAYER (G-2270)
Cantor, Assembly, SATB, organ, guitar
--Introductory Verse, Hymn, Pss. 63, 51, 150, Zechariah Canticle, Pss. 63 (another setting), 24, 93, 148, Canticle of the Three Children, Zechariah Canticle (another setting), Ps. 141 (another setting), the Lord's Prayer, Light Proclamation, Evening Hymn, Pss. 141, 121, 117, Mary Canticle (another setting) Ps. 134, Colossians Canticle, Canticle of the Lamb, Advent Litany, Light Proclamation (another setting), Ps. 150 (another setting), Ps. 117 (another setting), Ps. 150 (another setting), Exodus 15, acclamations, blessing, Revelations Canticle.
Copyright 1979, GIA (Commissioned)

56. WAKE SERVICE: Right/Christian Burial (G-2314)
Psalm 23, Psalm 121, I Know That My Redeemer Lives
Copyright 1980, GIA (Commissioned)

57. PALM SUNDAY: MY GOD, MY GOD (Responsorial Psalm) (G-2329)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1980, GIA

58. GOOD FRIDAY: FATHER, I PUT MY LIFE ON YOUR HANDS (G-2330)
(Responsorial Psalm)
Cantor, Assembly, organ

59. EVENING PRAYER: WEEK I OUT OF PRINT
Cantor, Assembly, organ, guitar chords
3 Introductory Verses, 5 Hymns, Psalms, Canticles, Responsories for SundayEvening I & II, also Monday through Friday
Copyright 1980, HH

60. RECORDING OF PRAISE GOD IN SONG (G-2270 CS)
--Recorded live in stereo during liturgies at the University of Notre Dame, directed by Sue Seid-Martin.
Compositions found on pages-40, 45, 52, 90, 93, 106, 107, 158, 166, 168, 171, 282, 305, 124, 238, 252 in the Singer's Editions.
Published 1980, GIA

61. OBEDIENT UNTO DEATH: GOOD FRIDAY OFFICE OF READINGS
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Introductory Verse, 3 Antiphons, 3 Responsories, Dismissal
Copyright 1981, HH (Commissioned by FDLC)

62. MASS OF THE DIVINE WORD (G-2415)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB/equal voices, organ, opt. trumpets, flute, orchestra bells, tambourine, timpani (Opt. instruments: G-2415-INST)
--Entrance Hymn, Glory, Responsorial Psalm, Alleluia & Verse, Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Doxology & Amen, Lord's Prayer, Lamb of God, Communion Meditation: (How holy is this place), Recessional: (Give thanks)
--Commissioned for the dedication of the Chapel of the Divine World, Cleveland (Kirtland), Ohio.
Copyright 1981, GIA

62a. EUCHARISTIC ACCLAMATIONS (G-5246)
(from Mass of the Divine Word)
--Holy, Memorial acclamation, Great Amen)
--For Cantor, Assembly, Choir, Organ and Brass Quartet
Copyright 2001, GIA

63. LAMB OF GOD (G-2400)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1981, GIA

64. THE EASTER TRIDUUM
Cantor, Assembly, organ
-Introductory Verse, Ps. 91, Ps. 116, Ps. 143, Canticles of Simeon, Philipians.
Copyright 1981, HH (Commissioned by FDLC)

65. GLORY TO GOD (G-2488)
SATB, Assembly, organ, opt. brass (2 trumpets, 2 trombones)
--Commissioned by the Norwich Diocesan Choir, Connecticut. Copyright 1981 GIA

66. ICEL RESOURCES COLLECTION OF HYMNS/SERVICE MUSIC FOR THE LITURGY (G-2514)
--You have put on Christ, Alleluia I & II, Lenten Acclamation, I Know That My Redeemer Lives, May the Angels, Canticle of the Lamb, Canticle of Simeon
Copyright 1981, ICEL (published by GIA)

67. ALLELUIA IN C with LENTEN ACCLAMATIONS (G-2517)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
(Originally published 1973, CFCW)
Copyright 1982, GIA

68. EUCHARISTIC PRAYER ACCLAMATIONS III (G-2502)
Cantor/unison choir, assembly, organ
--Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Doxology & Amen
Copyright 1982, GIA

69. CANTICLE OF MARY (G-2501)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1982, GIA

70. GOSPEL PROCESSIONAL (G-2505)
Cantor/choir, Assembly, organ, opt. flute/treble instrument, Opt. handbells, tambourine
(Commissioned for the Liturgy Congress, 1979, Diocese of Cleveland, Ohio.)
Copyright 1982, GIA

71. GLORY TO GOD (G-2503)
Cantor/unison choir, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1982, GIA

72. WHERE THERE IS LOVE (G-2555)
SATB/Cantor, Assembly, organ/piano
(Commissioned for the 1982 National Pastoral Musicians Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.)
Copyright 1982, GIA

73. PSALM 23: MY SHEPHERD IS LORD (hymn style)
Assembly, organ
(In Pilot Study on a Liturgical Psalter)
Copyright 1982, ICEL (Commissioned)

74. PSALM 26: YOUR LOVE IS EVER BEFORE ME
(Responsorial style)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
(In Pilot Study on a Liturgical Psalter)
Copyright 1982, ICEL (Commissioned)

75. MORNING PRAYER: WEEK IV OUT OF PRINT
Liturgy of the Hours: Sunday through Saturday
--Introductory Verse, Hymns, Psalms & Canticles for each day.
Cantor, Assembly, organ/guitar
Copyright 1982, HH

76. CHRIST UPLIFTED (G-2544)
--Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Amen, Lord's Prayer, Lamb of God
SATB, Cantor, Assembly, organ, brass quartet
Copyright 1982, GIA

77. ALLELUIA IN C (G-2506)
Cantor, Assembly, equal/mixed voices, organ
--Gospel verse settings; any text may be set in fifteen different ways.
(Originally published by CFCW)
Copyright 1982, GIA

78. ALLELUIA WITH PSALM TONE FOR GOSPEL VERSES (4138-Sup.21)
Cantor, Assembly, SATB, organ
Copyright 1982, WLP (Commissioned)

79. BEHOLD! THE LORD COMES (4138-Sup.21)
Unison voices, organ/guitar
Copyright 1982, WLP

80. PRAISE GOD IN SONG-Ecumenical Night Prayer (G-2493)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
-3 Hymns, Psalms 134, 4, 16, 31, 139, 130, 91
Copyright 1982, GIA (Commissioned)

81. ICEL LECTIONARY MUSIC: Psalms & Alleluia with Gospel
Acclamations for the Liturgy of the Word
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--2 Alleluias, 1 Lenten Refrain, 42 verses set to psalm tones, 33 verses through-composed
Copyright 1982, GIA (Commissioned)

82. MORNING PRAYER: WEEKS II & III (in one volume) OUT OF PRINT
--4 Introductory Verses, 14 Hymns, Psalms & Antiphons for each day, Canticle of Daniel
Copyright 1983, HH

83. SONGS OF EUCHARIST (Second Edition) OUT OF PRINT
Cantor, Assembly, organ/guitar chords
--3 Lord Have Mercy, 3 Glory, 5 Alleluia, 9 Holy, 9 Memorial Acclamation, 8 Amen, 2 Lord's Prayer, 4 Lamb of God, Appendix: 2 Lord Have Mercy, 4 Lenten Gospel Acclamation, 1 General Intercessions
Copyright 1983, GIA

84. PSALM 144/145 (Responsorial Psalm-all Lectionary uses)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
--Commissioned for The Liturgy Congress 1979, Diocese of Cleveland
Copyright 1983, GIA

85. PEOPLE'S MASS BOOK (1984 Edition)
--Psalms 145, 116, 137, 147, 71, 1 Corinthians, Alleluia (557 & 560), You Have Puit on Christ, I Know that My Redeemer Lives, Introductory Verse (Liturgy of the Hours), Invitatory Verse (Lit./Hours).
--Above Psalms were commissioned for use in this hymnal.
Copyright 1984, WLP

86. CONSULTATION ON A LITURGICAL PSALTER
-Psalms 19, 22, 34, 72, 85, 95, 98, 100, 103, 104, 122, 145
Copyright 1984, ICEL (Commissioned)

87. YOU ARE GOD, WE PRAISE YOU (Te Deum chant) (G-2780)
Unison voices, organ
Copyright 1984, GIA

88. PSALM 145 (through composed)
(In Psalms for the Cantor, Vol. 1, Common Responsorial Psalms)
Copyright 1985, WLP (Commissioned)

89. MAGNIFICAT: MY SOUL PROCLAIMS (G-2819)
Cantor, Assembly, organ, opt. flute/oboe, opt. guitar
Copyright 1985, GIA

90. PSALM 26/27 (Responsorial Psalm-all Lectionary uses) (G-2762)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1985, GIA

91. PSALM 33 (WLP-2502)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--in Psalms for the Cantor, Vol. II, Lent/Holy Week
Copyright 1985, WLP (Commissioned)

92. PSALM 116 (WLP-2502)
(Same collection as above)

93. PSALM 137 (WLP-2502)
(Same collection as above)

94. JESUS CHRIST IS LORD (Philippians 2) (G-2865)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1985, GIA

95. CANTICLE FOR THE WEDDING OF THE LAMB
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--in Missalette: We Worship
Copyright 1985, WLP (Commissioned)

96. GOSPEL ACCLAMATION (G-2897)
Cantor, Assembly, organ, opt. SATB/equal voices, 2 trumpets, timpani, tambourine
--Commissioned for the installation of the pastor at St. Dominic's Church, Cleveland, Ohio
Copyright 1986, GIA

97. SING WITH GABRIEL
Assembly, organ
--Commissioned for the Twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the New York Province of the Marianists.
Copyright 1986, HH

98. WORSHIP Third Edition: A HYMNAL/SERVICE BOOK FOR ROMAN CATHOLICS
--includes hymns, psalms, acclamations/refrains found at: 20, 64, 72, 77, 92, 99, 112, 127, 156, 176, 196, 213, 217, 221, 272, 282, 283, 294, 311,312, 313, 325, 335, 767, 815, 865, 934, 960, 1037, 1046.
Copyright 1986, GIA (Several of above were commissioned)

99. PSALM 71 (WLP-2510)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--in Psalms for the Cantor, Vol. VI-Ordinary Time
--Psalms 33, 116, 137, 145 with various Antiphons appear in Vols. I, II, IV, V & VI of this series)
Copyright 1987, WLP (Commiessioned)

100. HAPPY ARE WE (Song for Profession)
Cantor/Schola, Assembly, organ
--Commissioned by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
Copyright 1987, HH

101. ACCLAIM THE LORD: Alleluias, Acclamations/Verses for the Gospel Procession (WLP-2514)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--2 Alleluias, 14 verses
Copyright 1987, WLP (commissioned)

102. O QUEEN OF HEAVEN (WLP-7973)
Assembly, opt. SATB, organ/piano
--Commissioned for the 1985 Symposium for Church
Composers, Milwaukee by invitation of Archbishop Rembert Weakland, OSB & Sr. Theophane Hytrek SSF
Copyright 1987, WLP

103. LEAD ME, GUIDE ME: The African/American Catholic Hymnal
--I know That My Redeemer Lives (399), Acclamation (481), Psalm for Advent (499), Responsorial Psalm for Reconciliation (351), You Have Put on Christ (336)
Copyright 1987, GIA

104. PSALMS FOR ALL SEASONS (From ICEL Liturgical Psalter Project)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
--Psalms 19, 22, 34, 72, 85, 95, 98, 100, 103, 118, 122, 136, 145
(Available through NPM Publications)
Copyright 1987, ICEL (Commissioned)

105. LITANY OF LORETO (Westendorf Series-7985)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, opt. handbells/orchestra bels
--Commissioned by Kenrick Mervine for the Choir, St. Ann's Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
Copyright 1988, WLP

106. PSALM 33: Responsorial Psalm
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, opt. descant, organ
Copyright 1984
--Descant/response/alteration/verse, 1988, WLP
--Used with permission in the collection Service Music for the Mass.
Copyright 1988, JSP

107. EXODUS CANTICLE (G-3102)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1979, 1988, GIA

108. NIGHTSONG: for Evening Prayer (Westendorf Series 8520)
Cantor, Assembly opt. SATB, organ
Introductory Verse, Hymn, Psalms 141, 33, Mary's Canticle, Intercessions, Lord's Prayer
Copyright 1989, WLP

109. WORSHIP: LITURGY OF THE HOURS - Leader's Edition (Collection of 539 original Antiphons)
Cantor, organ
-See pp. 6, 23, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 47, 57, 67, 71, 80, 105, 110, 124, 131, 136, 140, 144, 147, 173, 181, 204, 214, 229, 263, 270, 278, 297, 321, 325, 352
Copyright 1989, GIA (Commissioned)

110. SERVICE MUSIC FOR THE MASS
--Vol. 3: Responsorial Psalms, Acclamations, Gospel Verses (Cycle A)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ
--Psalm 33, 119
Copyright 1989, JSP (Commissioned)

111. FOR OUR SAKE (based on "Christus factus est" chant) (WLP-8525)
SATB, organ
Copyright 1989, WLP (Commissioned)

112. PSALM 150: PRAISE GOD! (G-3233)
Soprano solo, SATB with divisi, Assembly, organ, opt. brass quartet, timpani
Copyright 1989, GIA (Commissioned)

113. HYMNAL FOR THE HOURS (G-3366)
----two settings of Psalm 95 with 77 Invitatory Antiphons
Copyright 1989, GIA (Commissioned)

114. CHANT STYLE GLORIA (WLP-8534)
(chant Christmas Refrain)
Unison voices, opt. descant, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1990, WLP

115. COME, LET US GO UP (G-3328)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, opt. brass, organ
Copyright 1990, GIA

116. IN THE SILENT HOURS OF NIGHT: PSALM 133/134 (G-3377)
Cantor, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1979, GIA (Originally in Praise God in song)

117. MAKE US ONE IN CHRIST (G-3284)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, opt. 2 flutes, opt. handbells, opt. guitar
--Commissioned for the dedication of Blessed Sacrament Church, Alexandria, VA in 1988.
Copyright 1990, GIA

118. HOLY IS GOD (G-3398)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, opt. brass quartet
Copyright 1990 GIA

119. GIVE THANKS AND PRAISE (Eucharistic Setting) (G-3134)
Presider, Cantor, Assembly, SATB, organ, opt. brass
Quartet
Copyright 1990, GIA

120. LAMB OF GOD: TE DEUM (G-3404)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, opt. brass quartet opt. timpani
--Commissioned for the Bicentennial of the Archdiocese of Balitmore, Oct. 22, 1989.
Copyright 1990, GIA

121. ADVENT LITANY (Based on "O" Antiphons/chant) (G-3376)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. equal voices, organ
(Originally published in Praise God in Song.)
Copyright 1979, GIA

122. A SESQUICENTENNIAL EUCHARIST
Presider, Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, opt. chimes, opt. bells.
(Optional setting for two brass choirs)
--Commissioned by the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana for the Sesquicentennial Celebration of its foundation.
Copyright 1991, HH

123. GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD (Psalm 118-2nd Sunday of Easter)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. SATB, organ, flute/oboe
--Commissioned for the Fortieth anniversary of St. Matthew--Apostle, Edison, New Jersey.
Copyright 1992, HH

124. O LORD GOD (for Profession of Vows)
Cantor, Assembly, opt. descant, opt. SATB, organ
--Written originally for the First Profession class at Rose Hill, Virginia in 1966; later reworked.
Copyright 1992, HH

125. I WILL WALK IN THE PRESENCE OF THE LORD: Psalm 116 (WLP-6203)
Two Cantors, unison voices, descant, Assembly, organ
Copyright 1994, WLP

126. PSALMS FOR MORNING & EVENING PRAYER
(ICEL Psalter)
10 psalm tones & 3 canticle tones for the 4-week cycle in the new ICEL translations.
--Commissioned by ICEL
Copyright 1995, LTP

127. WHAT SHALL WE BRING? (G-4502)
SATB with divisi, organ
Copyright 1996, GIA

128. MARIANIST DOXOLOGY (May the Father...)
--Translated into French, Italian, Spanish, German, Swahili.
--May be sung in all six languages at the same time.
--Used at the thirty-first and thirty-second Marianist General Chapters in Rome, Italy.
Copyright 1996, HH.

129. A MARIAN TRILOGY (G-4925)
--Salve Regina, unison chant with free organ accompaniment
--A Great Sign Appeared, unison, optional descant, organ
--The Favored One, unison, optional descant, organ
Copyright 2000 GIA

130. TO THIS TABLE, LORD, WE COME (G-4932)
Unison, optional SATB, organ, optional treble instrument
--Commissioned for the Sesquicentennial of Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Parish, Greensburgh, PA
Copyright 2000, GIA

131. WALK IN HIS WAYS (G-5624)
(Responsorial Psalm for weddings and other joyful occasions)
Cantor, Assembly, optional SATB, organ
Copyright 2002, GIA

132. MORNING & EVENING HYMNS
(Selection of 20 hymns--11 composed by Howard Hughes--to be used at the Liturgy of the Hours)
Publ. 2002--Marianists, 4425 West Pine Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108

133. PREMONSTRATENSIAN PROCESSION
(Gregorian Chant Credo III in Latin with optional refrain)
--Commissioned by Rev. Andrew Ciferni, O. Praem. for Internaional Liturgy Conference at Daylesford Abbey, Paoli, PA, November 4, 2004)
Cantor, Schola, Assembly, organ
Copyright 2004, HH

134. EASTER SEQUENCE and GOSPEL ACCLAMATION (G-6855)
(Commissioned by St. Peter's Catholic Church, in the Loop, Chicago)
English translation, Peter Scagnelli; Medieval Processional style
Cantor, Assembly, optional SATB, organ
Copyright 2006, GIA

135. RING OUT OUR JOY (G-6950)
(Commissioned by the Archdiocese of Galvestion-Houston for the Year of the Eucharist and the Installation of the New Bishop, Oct. 8, 2005)
Cantor, Assembly, organ, optional SATB, optional brass quartet, optional tubular bells, optional glockenspiel
Copyright 2006, GIA

136. Various Antiphons commissioned by the Norbertines of Daylesford Abbey and DePere Abbey for their Liturgy of the Hours Project--composed between the years 2001 and 2006.

April 25--Mark, Evangelist
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening--3 Antiphons
May 3--Philip & James
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening--3 Antiphons
Sacred Heart
Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
June 6--Norbert, Founder
Evening I--3 Antiphons, Gospel Canticle Antiphons (2 settings)
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--Antiphons
June 24--John the Baptist
Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
June 29--Peter & Paul
Evening I--3 Antiphons, Gospel Canticle Antiphon
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening--3 Antiphons
July 3--Thomas, Apostle
Morning--4 Antiphons
Evening--4 Antiphons
July 25--James, Apostle
Morning--4 Antiphons
Evening--4 Antiphons
Corpus Christi
Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
Trinity Sunday
Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
August 6- Transfiguration
Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
August 10--Lawrence, Deacon, Martyr
Morning--4 Antiphons + 1 additional
Evening--4 Antiphons
August 15--Assumption of BVM
Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
August 28--Augustine
Evening I--3 Antiphons + Gospel Canticle Antiphon
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
Christ the King Evening I--3 Antiphons
Morning--3 Antiphons
Evening II--3 Antiphons
Easter Antiphons for the 9 ICEL Psalm Tones + 2 additional

Various Gospel Canticle Antiphons (for Zechariah or Mary Canticles)
Our Lady of Guadalupe
On Martyr
Pastors
Several Virigins
Holy Woman/Women
Religious
Workers for the Underprivileged
Teachers
January 25--Conversion of Paul
February 10--Blessed Hugh of Fosses (2 Settings)
February 22--Chair of Peter, Apostle
May 14--Matthias, Apostle
May 31--Visitation of BVM
June 29--Peter and Paul (2 Settings)
July 3--Thomas, Apostle
July 25--James, Apostle
February 2--Presentation (2 Settings)
March 19--Joseph (2 Settings)
March 25--Annunciation (2 Settings)
July 22--Mary Magdalene
June 24--John the Baptist
August 6--Transfiguration
Common of Doctors
Ordinary Time 1
Ordinary Time 2
Advent
Christmas
Epiphany to Baptism of the Lord
Advent: Weeks I, II, III
Lent: Weeks I, II, III, IV, V
Easter: Weeks II, III, IV, V, VI
October 18--Luke, Evangelist
November 30--Andrew Apostle
December 8--Immaculate Conception
December 26--Stephen, 1st Martyr
December 27--John, Apostle
December 28--Holy Innocents
Holy Family
November 1--All Saints
November 1--Evening II
Pentecost
Corpus Christi
Holy Trinity (2 Settings)
Sacred Heart
Christ the King
Evangelists (Mark & Luke)
Ascension & Pentecost
Common--Holy Men & Women
Common--Virgin
Solemnity/Anniversary of Dedication of the Abbey Church
Common of Pastors
Common of Apostles
Common of Martyrs
September 14--Holy Cross
Common of Premonstratensian Men & Women
Common of Several Virgins
Common of Virgin-Martyr
August 15--Assumption
August 28--Augustine
Common of BVM
November 2--All Souls
July 26--Joachim & Ann (Morning & Evening Gospel Canticle Antiphons)
July 29--Martha (Morning & Evening Gospel Canticle Antiphons)
July 30--Peter Chrysologus (Morning & Evening Gospel Canticle Antiphons)
August 10-Lawrence, Deacon, Martyr
September 8--Birth of BVM
September 21--Matthew, Apostle



SUGGESTIONS FOR USING THE MUSIC OF HOWARD HUGHES IN THE LITURGY

N.B. The numbers given below refer to the musical titles found on the List of Published Music. Details of each title may be found on that List.

ENTRANCE MUSIC
#12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 25, 28, 42, 62, 70, 115, 133, 135

RESPONSORIAL PSALM
#4, 5, 8, 18, 19, 22, 23, 29, 30, 31, 32, 40, 44, 57, 62, 74, 84, 85, 88, 90, 91, 98, 99, 106, 109, 110, 125, 131

ALLELUIA & GOSPEL VERSE
#6, 7, 9, 14, 19, 20, 22, 26, 42, 45, 47, 48, 62, 66, 67, 70, 77, 78, 81, 85, 96, 98, 101, 107, 110

COMMUNION MUSIC
#24, 28, 33, 50, 62, 72, 78, 94, 95, 98, 117, 123, 124, 130

CLOSING MUSIC
#25, 62, 87, 97, 100, 112, 118

SERVICE MUSIC
KYRIE-#1, 26, 37, 83, 122
GLORY-#1, 26, 37, 62, 65, 71, 83, 114, 119, 122
HOLY-#1, 2, 3, 13, 22, 26, 37, 62, 68, 76, 83, 119, 122
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION-#2, 3, 13, 22, 26, 37, 62, 68, 76, 83, 119
GREAT AMEN-#2, 3, 13, 26, 37, 62, 68, 76, 83, 119
OUR FATHER-#37, 39, 62, 83
LAMB OF GOD-#1, 26, 62, 63, 76, 83, 119, 120, 122

MARIAN MUSIC
#31, 69, 89, 102, 105, 128, 129

ADVENT
#19, 121

CHRISTMAS
#10, 32, 127

LENT
#57, 58, 67, 91, 98, 111

EASTER
#11, 21, 35, 53, 66, 67, 134

FUNERAL
#33, 34, 51, 52, 56, 66, 85, 103

LITURGY OF THE HOURS
#27, 36, 38, 41, 43, 46, 49, 54, 55, 60, 61, 64, 66, 69, 75, 79, 80, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 104, 108, 112, 113, 118, 126, 132, 136



AFTER THOUGHT

The preceding pages list my published works, dating from 1963 to the present. There may be a few pieces that been overlooked, but those listed are in print and available from the various publishers. There are 136 numerical titles, as of August 17, 2006. Possibly, this list will be expanded in the future.

The numbers can be misleading, since many of the numbered titles contain several sections, each of which could stand as an individual composition. So I went through my various binders and folders to attempt a loose count of the number of pieces actually written. As of May 20, 2005, I reached 1,073 individual pieces before I stopped counting. Since that date, there have been quite a few Antiphons commissioned by the Norbertines for their Liturgy of the Hours Books, and I do not much care to do a recount.

Of course, there is no way of knowing an exact count of the unfinished and work copies that ended up in the wastebasket, nor of the countless pieces that I wrote for my Communities, but never sent to a publisher.

All of my writings, with very few exceptions, were written for liturgical use.

Fr. Paul Vieson, SM, Archivist at the University of Dayton, said he would be interested in having all of my collected works. therefore I am forwarding them to him.

Howard Hughes, SM
Baltimore, Maryland
August 17, 2006


RECORDINGS OF HOWARD HUGHES' MUSIC

TAPE ONE: Selections from various Choral Concerts conducted by Howard Hughes between the years 1968 and 1971 and recorded live at Chaminade High School--Mineola, Long Island, New York. Expect recordings to be uneven.

A. 1. Beat! Beat! Drums! ("Songs from Drumtaps" of Walt Whitman), music composed by Howard Hanson
2. Break Forth Into Joy ("Ariel--Visions of Isaiah"--last movement), music composed by Robert Starer.
3. O Come, Let Us Sing Unto the Lord (Psalm 95), music composed by Emma Lou Diemer
4. The Testament of Freedom (Four Passages from the Writings of Thomas Jefferson), music composed by Randall Thompson. (First and Second Movements are on Side A).

B. 1. The Testament of Freedom (concluded) (Third and Fourth Movements)

TAPE TWO: Music composed by Howard Hughes and performed by different groups on various occasions. Expect recordings to be uneven.

A. 1. Alleluia in C & Gospel Verse (Sung at Pope John Paul II's Mass in 1979, Boston and Chicago) (See List of Published Music at numbers 14, 67, 77)
2. By the Streams of Babylon (Symposium for Church Composers, Milwaukee Cathedral, 1982; another recording on Tape Three, Side A at Number 1 recorded by World Library Publications Choir) (See List of Music, number 18)
3. Give Thanks (Milwaukee Symposium, 1985) (Recessional from "Mass of the Divine Word"; see List of Music, number 62)
4. Come, Let Us Sing to the Lord (Entrance from "Mass of the Divine Word"; see List of Music, number 62) Derek Campbell of Howard University was cantor for this Mass of Progression, 1986. --The rest of Side A was recorded at this celebration.
5. Responsorial Psalm: My Soul Proclaims (See List of Music, number 89)
6. Gospel Processional (See List of Music, number 70)
7. Holy ("Mass of the Divine Word") (See List of Music, number 62)
8. Memorial Acclamaion
9. Great Amen
10. The Lord's Prayer (See List of Music, number 39)
11. Where There Is Love (See List of Music, number 72)

B. 1. O Queen of Heaven (See List of Music, number 102) This and recordings 2, 3, 4, and 5 that follow were sung at a Festive Vespers in our Community chapel as an assignment for Catholic University
2. Psalm 141: Let My Prayer Rise like Incense (See List of Music, number 38)
3. Psalm 116/117: Holy Is God (See List of Music, number 118)
4. Philippians 2: Jesus Christ Is Lord (See List of Music, number 94)
5. Magnificat: My Soul Proclaims (See List of Music, number 89) (End of Vespers section)
6. Gospel Acclamation (See List of Music, number 96) Sung at Papal Mass of John Paul II in Los Angeles, 1987; Frank Brownstead, conductor
7. Where There Is Love (See List of Music, number 72) Symposium for Church Composers, 1988, Milwaukee Cathedral

TAPE THREE: Music composed by Howard Hughes and performed by different groups on various occasions. Expect recordings to be uneven.

A. 1. By the Streams of Babylon (See List of Music, number 18) Recorded by World Library Publications Choir
2. Lamb of God: Te Deum (Original setting heard here) It was performed from manuscript at the Milwaukee Symposium, 1990. The cantor mistakenly sang English throughout, even while the SATB choir sang in Latin. I used Latin only because the bishops had requested "a liuttle Latin" for the Bicentennial of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Oct. 22, 1989, at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. The Latin was intended for the SATB choir only and the cantor was to lead the congregation in its response in English. To make the piece more attractive to a publisher, I rewrote the manuscript using only English. This piece may be performed simply with cantor, congregation, and organ. (See List of Music, number 120)
3. O Queen of Heaven (See List of Music, number 102) Recorded by World Library Publications Choir
4. Make Us One in Christ (See List of Music, number 117) Recorded by Blessed Sacrament Church, Alexandria, Virginia, who commissioned the piece; text by Peter C. Finn of ICEL.
5. Chant Style Gloria (See List of Music, number 114) Recorded by a national choir of Catholic Sisters under the direction of Frank Brownstead.
6. ICEL Psalm Setting (Psalm 33) (See List of Music, number 91) Recorded by LTP Choir of Chicago, 1995.
7. O Radiant Light (Evening Hymn)--in "Praise God in Song", page 158. (See List of Music, number 80) Recorded by University of Notre Dame Choir.
8. Holy Is God (Psalm 116/117) "Praise God in Song", page 168. Recorded by University of Notre Dame Choir.
9. Our Father from "Praise God in Song," page 124. (See also List of Music, number 39) Recorded by University of Notre Dame Choir.
10. Let My Prayer Rise from "Praise God in Song," page 238. (See also List of Music, number 38) Recorded by University of Notre Dame Choir.

B. 1. In the Silent Hours of Night from "Praise God in Song," page 252. (See also List of Music, number 116)
2. What Shall We Bring? (See List of Music, number 127) Recorded by the Cathedral Choir, Chicago.
3. Salve Regina Excerpt from "A Marian Trilogy"-chant with free organ or instrumental accompaniment) (See List of Music, number 129) Recorded by the Cathedral Choir, Chicago.
4. A Great Sign Appeared Excerpt from "A Marian Trilogy: (See List of Music, number 129) Recorded by the Cathedral Choir, Chicago.
5. Easter Sequence and Gospel Acclamation (See List of Music, number 134) Recorded Easter Sunday by St. Mary of the Assumption Choir, Theodore Feldmann, organist/music director, Baltimore, 2006.


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