Per Anni Circulum, Gregorian Chant

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Artists: Schola Gregoriana Benedetto XVI ,Don Nicola Bellinazo (director)

The soothing sounds of Gregorian chant reverberate from the very beginnings of Christianity to the present day. This timeless music still has the power to move and stir us, giving us a moment to pause and reflect on our busy lives. This release, Per anni circulum, charts a story that moves in full circle: from Advent, to the birth of Jesus Christ, to Passiontide, to his death and resurrection. Each event in the Christian calendar is celebrated or mourned. Holy Week, the most important of the year, starts with an antiphony for Palm Sunday, while the gradual of the Mass, along with three antiphonies and a hymn, accompany the washing of the feet on Maundy Thursday. A responsory for the office of the readings for Good Friday relates to Jesus’ death, followed by an introit and Easter Day sequence to mark the joy of resurrection.sound of the viola.

00:00:00 Introit: Ad te levavi
00:03:46 Gradual: Universi
00:07:12 Introit: Populus Sion
00:10:58 Dominus dixit
00:14:21 Trope: Quem quaeritis in praesepio
00:17:36 Introit: Puer natus est
00:20:52 Antiphon: Hosanna filio David
00:24:01 Gradual: Christus factus est
00:28:10 Antiphon: Dominus Jesus
00:29:50 In hoc cognoscent
00:31:11 Mandatum novum
00:32:29 Hymn: Ubi caritas
00:35:33 Responsory: Tenebrae factae sunt
00:39:48 Introit: Resurrexi
00:43:56 Sequence: Victimae paschali laudes
00:45:50 Responsory: Stirps Jesse

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