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Masterpieces of Gregorian Chant

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Cat. No. CDB017
Music disc: CD-AUDIO


Performers:
The Polish Chamber Choir-Schola Cantorum Gedanensis
Jan Łukaszewski – conductor
Stanisław Koryto – organ


Disc content

CANTATE DOMINO

  1. Repleatur os meum – 2'10″
  2. Ut queant laxis – 1'15″

TEMPORE ADVENTUS

  1. Veni Domine – 0'25″
  2. Creator alme siderum – 0'55″
  3. Rorate caeli – 2'57″

DIES EST LAETITIALE

  1. Puer natus est – 1'02″
  2. Dies est laetitiae – 0'33″
  3. Adeste fideles – 1'30″

TEMPORE QUADRAGESIMAE

  1. Attende Domine – 1'33″
  2. Christus factus est – 2'38″
  3. De pacem Domine – 0'59″
  4. Stabat Mater – 1'34″

IN RESURECTIONE DOMINI

  1. Alleluia – 1'02″
  2. Surrexit Dominus – 1'49″
  3. Victimae paschali laudes – 1'49″
  4. O filii et filiae – 1'08″

IN HONOREM SS SACRAMENTI

  1. Ave verum Corpus – 1'33″
  2. Adoro te devote – 1'02″
  3. Ubi caritas1 – 1'12″

IN HONOREM SS CORDIS IESU

  1. Cor lesu sacratissimum – 0'38″
  2. Venite ad me – 0'33″

CANTICA MARIANAE

  1. Ave Maria – 1'10″
  2. Ave maris stella – 0'56″
  3. Salve Regina – 1'46″
  4. Sub tuum praesitium – 2'06″

IN FESTO S. CAECILIAE

  1. Caecilia famula tua – 0'29″
  2. Cantatibus organis – 0'45″

CANTICA POLONICA

  1. Annua recolamus – 1'30″
  2. Exultet – 2'40″
  3. Flectamus genua – Levate – 0'22″
  4. Hac festa die – 1'10″
  5. Sanctus – Agnus Dei – 3'23″
  6. Ortus de Polonia – 0'54'
  7. Gaude Mater Polonia – 0'31″

MISSA REGIA

  1. Kyrie – 3'16″
  2. Gloria – 3'18″
  3. Credo – 5'04″
  4. Sanctus – Benedictus – 1'17″
  5. Agnus Dei – 1'05″

Total time – 59'48″


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Description

The liturgical solo chant of the Roman Catholic Church perfectly fused such achievements of antiquity as melismatic setting, syllabic recitative, hymn metre, diatonic mode, antiphonal-responsorial singing and the language of the Romans. Although it was constantly reformed and enriched throughout centuries, a huge monolith of liturgical music has been created.

This kind of singing is known as plainsong, plainchant, liturgical chant, or Gregorian chant. Gregorian chant has played an important role in European music and culture. It was cultivated not only in the Church, a but also in all schools from the Middle Ages through the whole 18th century. Gregorian chant created, cared for and protected by the Church, after the reform of liturgy by the second Vatican Council in 1965 ceased to be the Church singing par excellance. It became the property of the whole world of music lovers who admire beauty and tradition.

This album presents the selected works (among other the oldest preserved music piece in Poland) in a more free manner (introducing female voices and the organ), but with a greater artistic perfection.. The official liturgical book Liber Usualis of 1951 has been our main source of the presented works, arranged according to the traditional Church year.

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Weight 115 g

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