I only watched a small part of Archbishop Wilton Gregory's Installation Mass as the new Archbishop of Washington, DC.
The National Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is known for its liturgical music. It is a professional choir and does high brow stuff.
I had hoped the Installation Mass would have been a sober, humble experience in the Ordinary Form, but no, over the top with the music.
The Processional Hymn was with blaring organ, brass, tympani, and other triumphal instruments. The crowd cheered the newly arrived Archbishop as he processed to the altar--what sheer and utter stupidity and nonsense given what the Church is going through!
Could you have imagined the proper Introit with polyphony or Gregorian Chant and the parts of the Mass the same. But no, that's too humble, sober and simple for such an august occasion.
The Responsorial Psalm was over the top and I simply stopped watching my stomach churning.