Gregorian Chant from St Peter’s Abbey
The Abbey of St Peter in Solesmes, France contributed significantly to the resurgence of Gregorian Chant. This collection provides different views of this music, including an overview sampler of Gregorian Chant and its various musical forms, its history, as well as a re-issue of some of the earliest recordings of Gregorian Chant from the abbey, dating back to the 1930s.
The following CDs are included:
- Vespers and Compline
- Gregorian Chant Rediscovered
- Gregorian Chant Sampler
- Learning About Gregorian Chant
- Gregorian Chant Anthology
This month’s special is brought to you courtesy of Naxos, Audiophile Audition, and Paraclete Recordings. Paraclete Recordings is a classical and sacred music label committed to uncompromising quality and faithful interpretation in recorded sound. A conduit for artists passionate about pursuing beauty and truth through performance authenticity and compelling spirituality in the musical arts, Paraclete Recordings promotes and preserves the best of inspired works from Gregorian Chant into the 21st century.
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