On the site of BBC 4 you can listen, for this week, to a recording of a broadcast of Holy Mass from a parish in England, Our Lady and the English Martyrs, Cambridge, from this last Sunday.
That means Mass on the first Sunday when the new, corrected translation is used for the Order of Mass.
The new responses, such as “And with your spirit” are said. The new text for the Eucharistic Prayer is used (EP2). Simple chants are used, very like Gregorian chant. I assume these are the chants found in the new editions of the Roman Missal. “For you and for many!” during the consecration.
On the lighter side, the no doubt distinguish lady who read the first reading at about minute 9:00 reminded me of Mrs. Marion Cotesworth-Haye of Marblehead from an episode of The West Wing. Sorry. She read well, but … she just … did.
I love English hymns, even though Gregorian chant is better.
However, be sure to listen to the lovely Communion motet, a Latin Tantum ergo, at about minute 33:00 in the recording. I wrote to the choir director at the parish to find out what it was and, right away, he kindly responded that it is by Fernand Laloux (+1970) who was choirmaster of the Church at Farm Street in Mayfair, London.