Although not much, a gentle fall of it, but more or less constantly since the early hours of the day. Today is the feast of Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen (Introibo, CE, Wikipedia) but in the older Traditional Rite it is a Saturday Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin and the 4th day infra Octavam Sancti Ioseph. I'm guessing that Saint-Eugène isn't streaming Holy Mass today although I'll check in at 1000.
Missed the Wigmore Hall streaming this morning of two concerts of works of the composer Brian Elias, with whom I'm entirely unfamiliar. They are at the site of course but will finish with The House that Jack Built first, it being the first track of the album I selected at random from the three at Spotify; a BBC commission in 2002. Of course it doesn't seem to be on YouTube.
As it happens, the second concert is underway now, at 0724. Spondeon; I don't know whether this is a part of a larger worker. Σπονδειον is the cup used for a libation and by extension the peace or truce its use solemnized. Ah, it is a section of Pythikos Nomos. Elias is present at these retrospective concerts; he is talking about 'structuring rhythm' and Aristoxenus of Tarentum (not in Loeb, alas), who wrote treatises about music.
It is also the feast of Saint Egbert (8th century), of Saint Ivo (7th century), and of Saint Mellito (7th century).
V. Et álibi aliórum plurimórum sanctórum Mártyrum et Confessórum, atque sanctárum Vírginum. R. Deo grátias.