Yesterday, Sunday 25th November, Mass was celebrated according to the Latin Use of Salisbury with the setting Missa Puer natus est nobis by Thomas Tallis – sung by the Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal. The Mass itself was that of Christmas Day (odd) rather than the Sunday Next before Advent.
I would have loved to go to it, but it was impossible due to distance and cost. Unfortunately, filming the liturgy was not allowed, so all we have is a few discreetly taken photos.
The splendid vestments were lent for the occasion by Fr Percy Dearmer’s church, St Mary’s Primrose Hill in London.
The final one here is the most “iconic”, the priest holding his arms in the form of the cross at the Unde et memores, a feature shared with the rites of Paris, Rouen, Lyon, the Dominican Order, most monasteries not using the Roman rite, etc.
I have done a couple of videos myself, but only of low Mass.
There is also a famous celebration in the 1990’s by the Roman Catholic priest Fr Sean Finnigan.