I shouldn't say it, but it was relaxing to sit back, as it were, and not sing, but participate in a Low Mass - which the congregration of 45 or more made a Dialogue Mass, loudly and confidently giving the responses. (I am aware that some curmudgeons and intransigents condemn this, but I reject that uncatholic opinion.)
Because this monthly Traditional Latin Mass, since its inception over a decade ago, has been sung on all but perhaps a very few occasions (this is the first one I know about), the congregation participated as they have become accustomed to, sitting, standing and kneeling as at a Missa cantata, and joining in, right from the start, all reading Psalm 42 in alternation with the priest - even reciting the Creed along with him, and, as is tolerated, the Our Father! (I refrained from the latter, until the Sed libera nos a malo.)
I am aware that there are mixed opinions about Dialogue Mass, but above all it was evident that the people were thoroughly intent upon praying the Divine Service, for the salvation of their souls and the glory of the Trinity, and that is what matters.
As is his custom, Fr Quinn said Mass slowly and reverently, preaching only a very short homily. Mass took exactly one hour.