Pianist, Composer, Music Educator
Non Nobis Domine
Hymns from the Liturgical Year at Seton School
Recorded on pilgrimage at the Shrine of Elizabeth
Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland
The Seton High School Choir,
Comprised of students, parents and faculty of the Seton School in Manassas, Virginia
Choir Director: Peggy Gregory
Organ accompaniment: David Mathers
Engineered by M. Scott Gonzalez
Mastered by Bill McElroy at Slipped Disc Ashland VA.
Manufactured for distribution by Micah Solomon and Oasis Duplication, Inc. Virginia.
Produced by Mark Christopher Brandt
Original sound recording ℗1997 Seton High School and Peggy Gregory. All rights reserved.
Non Nobis Domine Released August 4, 1997
Non Nobis Domine is one of the best-selling Catholic music CDs of all time and it is still available for purchase. Peggy Gregory and Mark Christopher Brandt are fellow parishioners and friends at All Saints Catholic Church in Manassas, Virginia. In 1997 Peggy asked Mark if he would coordinate and produce this undertaking for her. He willingly provided the equipment, the engineer, and the recording setup for the Shrine in Emmitsburg, Maryland; organized and ran the mastering session at Slipped Disc in Ashland, Virginia; and was the liaison between the designers of the cover and the manufacturing company that pressed the project. The original hard copy serial number for this project was MBM CDEAS 8/4/97. The first pressing of hard copies was managed by Mark Christopher Brandt, with all of the proceeds from sales given directly to Seton High School. Mark accepted a one-time payment for this project, as did recording engineer M. Scott Gonzalez and mastering engineer Bill McElroy. In his own words Mark says, “Producing the CD for Peggy and the Seton choir remains to this day one of the greatest musical experiences I have ever had. The privilege of being so close to this beauty and to be granted participation in this undertaking was a blessing from God that I remain grateful for, and I am continually reminded of this blessing every time I hear the choir begin to warm up before the Monday morning Mass.“