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The Tradition of Gregorian Chant CD 2 Chants for Palm Sunday (2007)

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The Tradition of Gregorian Chant CD 2 Chants for Palm Sunday (2007)

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Dominica in Palmis
De Benedictione Ramorum et de Processione cum Ramis Benedictis
1.Antiphona: Hosanna
2.Antiphona: Pueri Hebraeorum
3.Antiphona: Cum audisset
4.Antiphona: Coeperunt omnes
5.Antiphona: Occurrunt turbae
6.Antiphona: Cum angelis
7.Antiphona: Ante sex dies
8.Hymn: Gloria, laus et honor
9.Responsory: Ingrediente

Dominica in Palmis
Proprium Missae
10.Introit: Domine, ne longa facias
11.Gradual: Tenuisti manum dexteram
12.Tract: Deus, Deus meus
13.Offertory: Improperium
14.Communion: Pater, si non potest

Proprium Primae Missae in Dominica Resurrectionis
15.Introit: Resurrexi
16.Gradual: Haec dies - Confitemini
17.Alleluia: Pascha nostrum
18.Sequence: Victimae paschali laudes
19.Offertory: Terra tremuit
20.Communion: Pascha nostrum

Choralschola der Abtei Münsterschwarzach and Pater Goddehard Joppich (1-14)
Choralschola des Klosters Maria Einsiedeln and Pater Roman Bannwart (15-20)


Gregorian Chant has always been regarded as the supreme model for sacred music, so that it is fully legitimate to lay down the following rule: the more closely a composition for church approaches in its movement, inspiration and savor the Gregorian form, the more sacred and liturgical it becomes; and the more out of harmony it is with that supreme model, the less worthy it is of the temple. The ancient traditional Gregorian Chant must, therefore, in a large measure be restored to the functions of public worship, and the fact must be accepted by all that an ecclesiastical function loses none of its solemnity when accompanied by this music alone. ---Pope Pius X, Tra le Sollecitudini, 1903


Finally, while respecting various styles and different and highly praiseworthy traditions, I desire, in accordance with the request advanced by the Synod Fathers, that Gregorian chant be suitably esteemed and employed as the chant proper to the Roman liturgy. ---Pope Benedict XVI, Sacramentum Caritatis, 2007, institute-christ-king.org

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