It has suddenly occurred to me what the 'Tridentine' Mass should be called.
Actually, Tridentine is not a bad term. The revision was mandated by Trent. I don't suppose many of us really like 'Extraordinary Form'; we see the Holy Father's skill at work here, reassuring his timorous Venerable Brethren - but we wish it were not quite so Extra. Cardinal Castrillon's 'Gregorian Mass' is well-meant; but it doesn't distinguish this usage from other forms of Gregorian Mass, such as Dominican or Sarum. Usus Antiquior is quite nice, but some people aren't natural Latinists, poor things.
Vatican II said that changes in the Mass should be 'organic', and the old Mass certainly has evolved organically. And the word 'organic' is a good-vibes word in our society, pointing to what is wholesome and natural and would have been recognised by earlier generations. 'The Organic Mass'.
No? Ah well. Nobody ever takes anything I say seriously.