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The Mystery Of Santo Domingo De Silos Gregorian Chant From Spain mp3, 256kps Track listing: 01.Prolegendum: Dominus Regnavit 02.Tractus: Vide Domine Et Considera 03.Lauda: Laudate Dominum Quoniam Bonus Est Psalmus 04.Preces: Ecclesiam Sanctam Catholicam 05.Nomina Offerentium: Per Misericordiam Tuam Deus Noster 06.Antiphona: Pacem Meam Do Vobis 07.Illatio: Introibo Ad Altare Dei Mei 08.Sanctus 09.Post Sanctus: Vere Sanctus Vere Benedictus 10.Credo 11.Pater Noster 12.Ad Confractiononem Panis: Gustate Et Videte 13.Kyrie I 14.Kyrie II 15.Kyrie III 16.Gloria 17.Sacrificium: Offerte Domino 18.Sanctus 19.Agnus Dei I 20.Agnus Dei II 21.Antiphona : Statuit Dominus 22.Lamentatio Ieremiae Prophetae: Ego Vir Videns The musical perfection of the recorded legacy of the Abbey of Saint-Pierre de Solesmes aside (and what a legacy - and how impossible to set it aside!), for me this is the \'ultimate\' recording of liturgical chant. So much recommends the recordings of Solesmes - the exquisite singing, especially of that one anonymous tenor voice which alone seems to create the \'sound\' of the entire schola!- the aristocratic liturgical taste of Dom Gajard, and now Dom Jean Claire, the genuine poverty of the monastic life at Solesmes (I\'ve stayed there and seen it). While Solesmes pursues the vast body of Gregorian chant, here the monks sing chant from an earlier age, so-called Visigothic (Mozarabic) chant, not much heard before the liturgical relaxations subsequent to the Vatican Council II. These monodic melodies of Spain\'s Arabic past mark not only a musical beauty, but lets us to hear Roman chant in fresh light. While the Kyriale included in here may more exactly be called neo-Mozarabic, the main selections come from the period prior to Roman codification under Gregory, Spanish in heart, and universal in beauty: the remarkable \'Introibo ad altare Dei mei\', various Antiphons and Prayers intrinsic to an older national liturgical ideal usurped by Gregorian legislation, culminating in the otherworldly \'Lamentation of Jeremiah\', which once heard will never leave you. Recorded in the great Romanesque Abbey church, with an acoustic richly suited to the sung prayer of glad monks. If you love liturgical chant, get this treasure and enter a rich path of consuming fire.
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