Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
A radiant light, 1994
A Radiant Light. [Christmas Motet for Treble Voices, Flute, Oboe & Organ; Cello and Harp optional]. Isaiah 9:5, 6, 9. Richard Proulx, 1994. Some pages have notes written on the back in pencil. 1 manuscript score and treble voice part by Proulx's hand.
Easter sequence, 1991
Victimae Paschali Laudes. Double SATB Choir a cappella or with Brass Quartet and Organ. Volckmar Leisring, Cymbalum Davidicum. Edited and adapted by Richard Proulx. Translation by R.P. 4 scores from different printings. 1 score has markings in pencil. 4 instrumental parts: Trumpet I in B-flat, Trumpet II in B-Flat, Trombone I, Trombone II
Ecce panis angelorum = Let all mortal flesh keep silence, 2001
Let all mortal flesh keep silence. Motet for unison treble voicse, arr. with optional SATB parts by Richard Proulx. Latin Text: St. Thomas Aquinas. English Text: Greek (Liturgy of St. James) Paraph. by Gerald Moultrie.
Exsultet. Motettenbuch für den gottesdienstlichen Gebrauch, 1954
Hymnals and other music compilations collected by Richard Proulx
Lenten concert -75 no. I, 1975
The collection consists of hundreds of original manuscripts, published works, correspondence, sound recordings, and Proulx's substantial reference collection.
Motet : ecce vicit led
Motet : ecce vicit led / Peter Phillips ; Nicholas Clements This photocopied version of Peter Phillips' "Motet : ecce vicit led" is cut out and affixed to paper. The editor's name, written on the piece, is difficult to read, but appears to be "Nicholas Cl
O bone Jesu, 2001
SATB Voices. Marc' Antonio Ingegneri, Edited by Richard Proulx. Recorded on "Catholic Latin Classics," CD-486/CS-486.
O come now Holy Spirit, 1994
SAB Voices. Alleluia - Motet for SAB Voices. Edited by Richard Proulx. 3 scores from earlier printing, 1 score from later printing.
O vos omnes = Is it nothing to you?, 1980
SAB Voices. Transcribed and edited by Richard Proulx. 3 scores from different printings.
Praise is your right, O God, in Zion, 1992
SATB Voices. Melody by Loys (Louis) Bourgeois, from 50 Pseaulmes de David. Motet setting by Claude Goudimel, from Tiers Livre 8 Pseaulmes de David. Edited by Richard Proulx. Text: Psalm 65, English Version by Stanley Wiersma. 2 scores from earlier printing, 1 score from later printing.