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GREGORIAN CHANT (Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus, Hollaardt)

GREGORIAN CHANT (Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus, Hollaardt)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Stan Hollaardt

Conductor

Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus

Choir

Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus

Choral

Record Label
Brilliant Classics

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 49:52
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Video caelos apertos [1st-2nd century]

03:08
     
2 

Verbum caro factum est [1st-2nd century]

05:42
     
3 

Kyrie eleison [1st-2nd century]

00:54
     
4 

Nonne sic oportuit … Christus Jesus

02:49
     
5 

Mysterium fidei [1st-2nd century]

00:40
     
6 

Lumen hilare [3rd-6th century]

02:25
     
7 

Mirabile Mysterium … Benedictus [3rd-6th century]

05:45
     
8 

Veni, redemptor gentium [3rd-6th century]

02:38
     
9 

A solis ortus cardine [3rd-6th century]

04:27
     
10 

Gloria (More ambrosiano) [3rd-6th century]

03:03
     
11 

Psalm 109, "O admirabile commercium" [3rd-6th century]

04:35
     
12 

Te Deum [3rd-6th century]

04:17
     
13 

Tecum principium [3rd-6th century]

06:57
     
14 

Te laudamus, domine omnipotens [3rd-6th century]

02:32
     
 Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus Choir
 Stan Hollaardt Conductor


Gregorian Chant is the music of the Western Christian Church, and since the Reformation exclusively of the Roman Catholic Church. Named after Pope Gregory the Great (d.604), it cannot be claimed for certain that the plainchant that has been handed down over the centuries originates that far back in time. We do know that between the death of Gregory the Great and the pontificate of Gregory II (715–31), Mass Propers were supplied for the Thursdays of Lent, and that the majority of the chant that has survived dates from the 8th to 11th centuries. 

This album provides a selection of chant depicting the perception of Christ according to the Church in the 1st to 6th centuries. The relationship between Roman Chant and Gregorian is a close and complex one; from research we do know that the earliest plainchant dates back to the late period of the Roman Empire (which had by then adopted Christianity), and the pontificate of Pope Vitalian (657–72). 

Recorded in 2005.

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