The choir was great and the vestments very traditional. At the beginning of the Mass it was said that the vestments would reflect indigenous inculturation, but as far as I could tell, the chasubles and miters were very traditional as was the cope the Holy Father wore along with a very nice miter.
The choir and music was nice but very eclectic. This is typical of the modern Mass to be disjointed this way.
Accommodating the Holy Father’s inability to celebrate the entire Mass himself, he wore a cope and celebrated the Introductory and concluding rites from his chair and seated. He spoke English for these parts of the Mass, but his homily was in Spanish. The Eucharistic Prayer, celebrated by the archbishop of the area was in Latin and spoken quite clearly and eloquently, although the Mystery of Faith was in English. Very odd.
Overall, it was a beautiful Mass for the Feast of Saints Joachim and Anne, but very eclectic. Unfortunately the propers were not chanted. Even if all the other music remained, the chanted propers, which are Scriptures assigned to particular Masses and a lavish use of them as Vatican II requested, would have improved the Mass. Why this isn’t mandatory is beyond me and so opposed to what Vatican II requested.