[quote="DSJJ, post:4, topic:191511"]
because musicians are part of the liturgy, we can take communion at as many Masses as we sing. Our choir director and organist take communion at each Mass. Which is it?
...............................If this were so then it would state it in the rules of receiving.
Did someone tell you that musicians can receive oftener? Or did you see it written somewhere? If so, where is it written?
Canon Law mentions only two exceptions from the twice-a-day rule. One is if someone is in danger of death. The second is where a priest celebrates more than two Masses in a day (as some have to). It states no other exceptions, neither does any other official document or statement that I am aware of. Therefore you cannot presume that there are any others.
For that matter, the only reason for the priest's exception is that a celebrant priest is ALSO required by Canon Law to receive at each and every Mass he celebrates, and the Mass is invalid and not a true sacrament if he does not.
There is no exception that I am aware of for musicians or anyone else, since their reception or non-reception doesn't affect the validity of the Mass either way.