I agonized over whether or not I should write that I am happy reading this article, but what can I do; I was happy!
Papa Benedetto XVI said: "Sacred polyphony, especially the so-called ‘Roman school,’ is a legacy that must be carefully conserved, maintained alive and made known." Domenico Bartolucci, 89, who had been appointed "Maestro in perpetuo" of the Sistine Chapel, directed a concert held in honor of the Pope by the Domenico Bartolucci Foundation. Fr. John T. Zuhlsdorf wrote what a reversal the Pope's move seems to be, after years of bad liturgical music sung in the name of "Spirit of Vatican II".
Again, schadenfreude seemed to sweep over me this morning after sitting through the memorial mass of St Josemaria last night butchered by uninspired singing and an incompetent musician. Forgive me Father for this glee, but let sanity and common sense prevail over your Church's liturgy once more!