I think this "Mass" is actually a High Anglican "Mass" but the chant is very similar to what a Catholic priest would do at this point (press "Watch on Vimeo to view). Does your priest do it and is it appreciated or do people hate it? I ask, you answer:
Sung Sursum Corda/Eucharistic Prayer from St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Vimeo.
When you ask a lay person about the Mass and music, you will get all kinds of subjective answers. Objectivity seems to be tossed and many think that simply because they believe something, like something or dislike something then they must be right. It is a form of Gnosticism.
The Ordinary Form of the Mass allows for much more fluidity in terms of what is sung or isn't. The EF Mass has a strict structure: Low, no chanting, High, all is chanted, Solemn High, much more ceremony.
In the Ordinary Form many pick and choose what should be sung and most believe that it is hymns that should be sung, meaning "filler" not the intrinsic hymns of the Mass, like the Kyrie, Gloria, Scripture readings, Alleuia, Credo, Sanctus, Mystery of Faith, Amen, Our Father, Agnus Dei. (How many of you ever chant the Creed??? This is a hymn of the Mass, more important to chant than to sing Be Not Afraid!)
Also most Catholics don't know that the official Introit as well as Offertory and Communion antiphons exist in the Ordinary form as do the Gradual and Tract. They have never heard these chanted although these are sometimes printed in Liturgical worship aids like missalettes (not the gradual or tract,though).
Finally, most do not understand that the priest's parts of the Mass can be sung, like the Sign of the Cross, Greeting, introduction to the Penitential Act, forms b and c of the Penitential Act, the Collect, Prayers over the Offering, Preface Dialogue and Preface, elements of the Eucharistic Prayer beginning with the Epiclesis and words of Consecration and doxology, Prayer After Holy Communion, Blessing and Dismissal.
What parts of the Mass do you normally sing in your parish and which parts do you wish would not be sung and do you appreciate or hate the priest chanting his parts from the Roman Missal?
Press here is a good article on chanting the Mass from the New Liturgical Movement.