About

My name is Lionel Valdellon and I compose liturgical music for the Catholic Mass. I also compose pop music with religious themes and instrumental music for prayerful reflection.

In case you’re wondering, Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior. And I am a Roman Catholic faithful to the Savior and His church which He established on the rock of Peter.

  • My background and involvement with Catholic parishes and liturgical music, can be read here.
  • The copyright for the music available here is at the bottom of this page.

COPYRIGHTS? RATHER, CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE:

Creative Commons License

The liturgical music on this page is released under this Creative Commons license which allows for free distribution and usage of these songs as long as no commercial profit is made from them. Please feel free to download, print and share these files with your parish musical directors.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.

If you do however use it for a project, it would be nice if you could email me some links at lionelvaldellon[at]gmail[dot]com. Nothing makes a content creator happier than seeing his content used in many ways. God bless!

5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thanks Lionel for sharing the blessing of talents that God gave you

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  2. Lionel, thank you for sharing your beautiful music. How can I contact you? I would like to use with your permission your psalm 33, the Lord will bless his people with peace, but I would really need music sheet for this. The mass is on Jan 12, I would so much appreciate it you could email me the copy. My email is luccasso@yahoo.com. Thank you so much again.

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