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Holy Spirit (Simple Song) - St. Patrick Monks - Gregorian Pop Chants (CD)

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  1. Aug 9, - Explore Helena Aucoin's board "GREGORIAN CHANTS", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Chants, Choral music, Choral pins.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gregorian Chant: Songs of the Spirit - on AllMusic -
  3. Gregorian chant is vaguely imitated into other genres, such as London Boys's "Requiem" and some other dance compositions, Enigma's "Sadeness (Part I)", the chant interpretation of pop and rock by the German band Gregorian, the new-age project Era, the techno project E Nomine, many of the songs by American power/thrash metal band Iced Earth, and.
  4. The term Gregorian chant comes from its early association with Pope St. Gregory the Great (6th century). According to 8th century tradition, Pope Gregory was inspired by the Holy Ghost to codify the chant of the Roman Rite. By the 12th and 13th centuries, Gregorian chant had become the standard song of the Western Church. The chant unites.
  5. Apr 15,  · In the ’s, an album aptly named Chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos (Spain) became the best-selling record of Gregorian chant ever. Emerging in as an antidote to the stress of modern life, Chant peaked at number three on the Billboard chart.
  6. The fundamentals of Gregorian chant: a simple exposition of the Solesmes principles founded mainly on Le nombre musical grégorien of André Mocquereau: Pope Gregory (with dove - holy spirit, on his shoulder) attended by Deacon Peter. - 10thcentury illumination - Gregorian chant named after him. St Gregory (Gregorian chant named.
  7. Downloadable MP3s. All the music in the hymnal will be recorded by a choir and posted online as MP3 files. The recordings will include all the Masses and .
  8. Opening with the traditional tolling of the Angelus bell, this collection of Gregorian chants ushers in an intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit. Compiled from two masses for the Feast of Pentecost, the CD depicts the disciples waiting in the Upper Room, the rush of wind, the tongues of fire, and the spreading of the Gospel.

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