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The Tradition of Gregorian Chant CD3 Dedication Of A Church - From Matins (2007)

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Dedicatio Ecclesiae
Ad Missam
1.Introit: Terribilis est
2.Kyrie XII
3.Gloria XII
4.Gradual: Locus iste
5.Alleluia: Adorabo
6.Offertory: Domine Deus
7.Sanctus XII
8.Agnus Dei XII
9.Communion: Domus mea

Dedicatio Ecclesiae
In I. Vesperis 
10.Hymn: Urbs Jerusalem
11.Antiphon ad Magnificat: Sanctificavit

Dedicatio Ecclesiae
Ad Matutinam 
12.Invitatory & psalmody: Domum Dei
13.Responsory: Fundata est

Dedicatio Ecclesiae
Ad Laudes 
   1 Domum tuam
   2 Domus mea
   3 Haec est domus Domini
   4 Bene fundata est
   5  Lapides pretiosi

15.Hymn: Angularis fundamentum
16.Antiphon ad Benedictus: Zachaee

Dedicatio Ecclesiae
In I. Vesperis 
17.Antiphon ad Magnificat: O quam metuendus est
Altspanische Gesänge 
18.Prolegendum: Dominus regnavit
19.Tract: Vide, Domine, et considera
20.Laud (post Gospel): Laudate Dominum, quoniam bonus est psalmus
21.Preces: Ecclesiam sanctam catholicam
22.Nomina efferentium: Per misericordiam tuam, Deus noster
23.Antiphon: Pacem meam da vobis
24.Illatio: Introibo ad altare Dei mei
26.Post sanctus: Verum sanctus, vere benedictus
28.Pater noster
29.Ad confractationem panis: Gustate et videte

Choeur des Moines de l'Abbaye Notre-Dame de Fontgombault, Dom G. Duchene (1 – 17)
Coro de la Abadìa de Santo Domingo de Silos, Dom Ismael Fernandez de la Cuesta (18 – 29)

Gregorian Chant, also known as plainchant or plainsong, is an ancient form of Christian liturgical music. Plainsong has been around as long as the Christian church has, and was first catalogued and standardized by Pope Gregory I in the late sixth and early seventh centuries. The sound is monophonic (all voices sing the same note, with no harmony) and in eight set modes, and the chants are performed with simple, generally unaccented rhythm. The plainness of the music is intended to help churchgoers move quietly into a meditative, prayerful state, and for many hundreds of years, plainchant was the only kind of music allowed in church services for that reason -- other music was thought to be too distracting and too un-sacred. The traditional Gregorian Chants take their lyrics primarily from the psalms and from the ancient words of the Latin Mass. --- worldmusic.about.com

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