||Mass in Honor of St. Patrick
||A♭ major (ends in B♭ major)
- Asperges Me (Psalm 51) (Andantino in A♭)
- Kyrie (Andante)
- Gloria (Allegro maestoso)
- Qui Tollis (Andante con moto)
- Credo (Allegro moderato)
- Sanctus (Largo - Allegro moderato)
- Benedictus (Andantino)
- Agnus Dei (Adagio)
- Hymn to Saint Patrick (w/o Tempo)
||1884 – New York: J. Fischer
||Mass (traditional) plus "Asperges Me" antiphon (Psalm 51/50) and "Hymn to Saint Patrick"
||Latin / English (for the final hymn)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||SATB soli and chorus, plus Organ or Orchestra (Flute, clarinet, 2 horns, 2 cornets, trombone, timpani, small ensemble of strings)
The Qui Tollis, continuing the Gloria, is here a separate section musically.
The author of the Hymn to Saint Patrick seems to be anonymous? but it or a similar text may have been published as early as 1843 in Manual of Catholic Melodies: or, a Compilation of Hymns, Anthems, Psalms while it more certainly seems to date to 1870.
LoC lists a Mass in Honor of St. Peter by Wiegand published by J Fischer in 1916. ("Mass in honor of St. Peter; for 2 tenors and bass or soprano, alto and bass, with organ..." - http://lccn.loc.gov/unk84080281 - note the unk ; may not be in the LoC's possession. British Library St Pancras also has this - WorldCat.) (Also, a 1912-published one in honor of St. Vincent.)