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Eastertide Gregorian Chant

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Introits, Alleluias, Offertories, Communions, and a Hymn from the Masses of Eastertide, plus the seven Antiphons of the Resurrection according to the Gospels.

     Track 1-Introit     Jubilate
     Track 2-Introit     Cantate
     Track 3-Alleluia     Dextera Dei
     Track 4-Alleluia     Loquebar
     Track 5-Offertory     Lauda
     Track 6-Offertory     Deus, Deus Meus
     Track 7-Communion     Cabtate
     Track 8-Communion     Ego Sum Pastor
     Track 9-Communion     Ego Sum Vitis
     Track 10-Communion     Spiritus Sanctus
     Track 11-Hymn     Ad Coenam Agni
Gospel Antiphons of the Resurrection
     Track 12-The Angel of the Resurrection
     Track 13-The Holy Women at the Tomb
     Track 14-The Appearance to Mary Magdalene
     Track 15-E mmaus
     Track 16-The Appearance in the Upper Room
     Track 17-Saint Thomas
     Track 18-The Appearance by the Sea of Tiberias

Format: CD
Product code: PPS825
Dimensions: 5" x 5½"
Length: 0 pages
Paraclete Press
ISBN: 9781557251084
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Written by The Monastic Choir of St. Peter's Abbey of Solesmes


The most famous and ‘authentic’ recordings of Gregorian chant for generations have been those made by the Solesmes monks.

The Boston Globe

The music is utterly magnificent and the singing of this great choir is thrilling beyond words…it’s better to starve to this music than to live without it.

Classic CD


The Recorded Legacy of Solesmes

Since the refounding of the monastery of St. Peter of Solesmes in 1833 under Dom Prosper Gueranger, this Benedictine monastery on the River Sarthe in western France has set the world standard both for performance of Gregorian chant and the authenticity of the music itself. Commissioned by Pope Pius X to research the role of chant in liturgy and to edit books on chant that reflect this research, Solesmes enjoys an enviable reputation. Its work in liturgical reform and in the current revival of Gregorian chant has been likened to that of the great abbey of Cluny in the Middle Ages.

These recordings incorporate new understandings of ancient manuscripts and represent a distillation of nearly 200 years of scholarship in the chant: musical paleography, semiology, and modality. The groundbreaking work by the monks of Solesmes has contributed to today’s resurgence of interest in Gregorian chant as the foundation of Western music.

Paraclete Press is proud to be the North American distributor of the recordings of the monks of Solesmes. These recordings have won numerous prestigious international awards, including the Grand Prix du Disque, Deutsche Schallplatten Prize, Diapason d’Or, and the Edison Prize.