The President of the Newman Society this term is actually a member of the Schola, so it was appropriate that we sang for their termly Mass. It took place in the Oxford Oratory, and we had some splendid polyphony too - see videos below.
A selection of pieces from the Mass. The polyphony was by Guillaume Dufay, with the exception of a Byrd motet at the Offertory. Dufay was a highly influential composer of the 15th Century; see his Wikipedia entry.
A Gloria by Dufay.
The Greater and Lesser Alleluias.
The Offertory, Stetit Angelus, followed by a motet, Byrd's Memento salutis auctor.
The Benedictus, also by Dufay, sung after the Consecration.
The Communion (Angeli Archangeli) followed by motet, Dufay's Flos florum.