Rubricarius is suffering from 'post-Triduum fatigue syndrome' so is taking a short break before, retrospectively, blogging on Paschal Mattins.
Meanwhile some extremely interesting reading suggestions.
The excellent series by Signor Gregory DiPippo. Quite the finest thing I have read about the deforms in a long time by an outstanding practitioner:
On the reform of blessing of Palms on Palm Sunday.
The reform of the Masses of Palm Sunday and the first three days of Holy Week.
The reform of Maundy Thursday.
The reform of Tenebrae.
And the very lastest on the reform, or rather abolition, of the Vigil of Pentecost here.
Two articles on the Ceremonies of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday in the Papal Court of Pius XI posted on the New Liturgical Movement. It is sad that these photographs are not in colour as the pope would be seen in red on Good Friday, the cardinals in their 'winter violet' choir dress and the cardinal-celebrant and cardinal-ministers in black vestments for the Mass of the Pre-Sanctified.
Finally, a series of posts by Fr. Anthony Cekada on the Holy Week reforms. Fr. Cekada rightly points out the embryonic 'cult of the chair' to be found in the revisions.