Media Vita: Gregorian Hymns of Death and Resurrection

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Composer: Traditional
Artists: Schola Cantorum, Karolus Magnus
Stan Hollaardt (conductor)

The Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus in Nijmegen was founded in 1988. The Schola aims to promote the authentic performance of Gregorian chant as a valuable cultural and liturgical heritage. It mainly relies on the achievements of the studies of the early-medieval manuscripts, as they were taken up in the 19th century by the monks of Solesmes (France) and have been continued there and at other places.

Several scholarly sources have been consulted to compile this fascinating collection of chants concerned with the central tenets of Christian faith. The result may be both deeply satisfying for those experienced in singing and listening to chant, and powerfully affecting for those to whom Gregorian chant represents simply a timeless beauty and spiritual resource.

The starting-point of these performances is the semiology – a study of the signs (neumes) as mentioned in the manuscripts at the top of the texts.These provide little accurate information about the melody, but all the more about the essential flow of the rhythm that must be practised in the singing..

Tracklist
00:00:00 Traditional: Media Vita
00:05:01 Traditional: Regem Cui
00:13:25 Traditional: Qui vivis
00:16:36 Traditional: SitIvit
00:21:30 Traditional: Credo Quod Redemptor
00:24:34 Traditional: A Porta Inferi
00:28:23 Traditional: Qui Lacrimatus
00:30:36 Traditional: Si Iniquitates
00:33:05 Traditional: Placebo Domino
00:35:52 Traditional: Requiem Aeternam
00:38:02 Traditional: Kyrie, Eleison
00:39:29 Traditional: Requiem Aeternam
00:44:07 Traditional: Requiem Aeternam
00:46:37 Traditional: Absolve, Domine
00:49:23 Traditional: Domine Iesu Christe
00:53:39 Traditional: Sanctus
00:54:35 Traditional: Agnus Dei
00:55:32 Traditional: Lux Aeterna
00:57:05 Traditional: Subvenite
00:59:48 Traditional: Libera Me, Domine, De viIs
01:03:01 Traditional: In Paradisum
01:07:54 Traditional: Ego Sum Resurrectio
01:09:46 Traditional: Aperite Mihi
01:13:07 Traditional: Dies Irae

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