Gregorian chant


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a liturgical chant of the Roman Catholic Church

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In 1997, he became the director of the Assumption Schola Gregorian, a group of singers who perform the Gregorian chant tradition at various events.
Beethoven made slight changes to the tune of Pange Lingua, a 1,000-year-old Gregorian chant, Prof Cooper added.
The follow-up to Lungs pumps up the pomp with pounding beats, cavernous selfconsciously epic vocals boosted by Gregorian chant, thudding electro and soul-baring gospel.
Having investigated the connections between Byzantine church music and Gregorian chant, primarily through the examination of the relationship of Latin to Byzantine neumatic notation, Floros (emeritus, musicology, U.
One of the obligatory parts of my course was Gregorian chant with David Eben.
The nuns of the Abbaye de Notre-Dame de L'Annonciation won a contest run by Decca Records to find the best performers--or pray-ers, the sisters might say--of Gregorian chant, beating out more than 70 entries from around the world.
Relaxation Being with my six great kids Holiday destination Sydney, Australia - best city in the world Restaurants The Hungry Monk, Greystones, County Wicklow - Gregorian Chant in the toilets.
Maestro Honeck invited Saint Vincent to provide a Gregorian chant schola to sing as part of his reading of the Requiem Mass of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart onDecember 4, 5 and 6.
The highlight of that performance was Al-Azrak performing a Gregorian chant to Arabic maqam music, truly embracing the two traditions to spawn a new hybrid genre.
A Gregorian Chant Master Class" combines a distinctive text with a CD that fulfills a precious life goal of Dr.
Presenting Gregorian chant as a lectio divina by means of high art (495) is particularly inventive.
The Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz were signed by Universal Music following a worldwide search for the best practitioners of the ancient art of Gregorian chant.
Emanating from the dark central apse of the 12th-century church, the ancient, mystical sound of Gregorian chant stirred the crowd and lived up to the subtitle of Reznikoff's show, "The Movement of the Soul.
Gregorian chant, not rock and roll music, will be heard, and the congregation dresses up more - most women in hats or veils - at the Tridentine Rite Mass.
Anyone with an interest in the powerful religious music of the traditional Gregorian Chant will relish Colin Shearing's strikingly illustrated, informed and informative history, which pairs a music cd with a history of chant from ancient Egyptian times to its heyday in the early 9th century.