Don't understand what they are missing, I think. It is the sixth Sunday post Octavam Pentecosten (Introibo), although at Saint-Eugène the 'external solemnity' of Saints Peter and Paul is being celebrated (Introibo). The Mass begins to stream at 0200, in a few minutes.
The celebrant of Holy Mass is M. l'abbé Charles Berger de Gallardo, FSSP, who is newly ordained to the sacred priesthood and had at some point as an adult (un grand clerc) served the altar at Saint-Eugène. He celebrated his first Mass yesterday, at Saint-Eugène.
The Schola will sing the sequence Te laudámus, o Regnátor, the text of which was written by Simon Gourdan (1646-1729) of the Abbey of Saint-Victor.
The hymn at the procession de sortie is Charles Gounod's Chantez, voix bénies, dans les sphères infinie (lyrics by Louis Gallet), which is the anthem of the Vatican City State; at any rate, the instrumental part is 'official'.
Post Tertiam. A morning for the piano. The Sunday recital from the Chopin Museum with the pianist Agnieszka Zahaczewska-Książek.
And then out of the blue an email alerted me to a recital in Moscow by the pianist Lorenzo Bagnati-- Liszt, Brahms, Scriabin, Stravinsky. Never heard of the fellow of course but I haven't listened beyond Chopin for a few weeks and so will give it go. Faces, gruesome faces, alas, but that is a problem easily resolved. And there should be a second Chopin Institute recital, I think.
V. Et álibi aliórum plurimórum sanctórum Mártyrum et Confessórum, atque sanctárum Vírginum. R. Deo grátias.