Capella Antiqua München

Cantos Gregorianos

20 Mar 2015

Barcode: 0825646143375

Other participants: Konrad Ruhland

This is the cradle and root of Western musical culture: Gregorian Chant. This music, developed in the seclusion of medieval monasteries, has lost nothing of its fascination to this day. In their simple clarity, the seemingly endless, meditative melodies give scope to our deep longing for contemplation and seclusion and allow time to stand still for a moment.

Audio sample & Tracklisting

Disc 1 
01 Conditor alme siderum (Hymn for the Vespers at Advent)  - Konrad Ruhland 
02 Nato canunt omnia (Sequence for Christmas)  - Konrad Ruhland 
03 Cum natus esset Jesus (Gospel for Epiphany, Matthäus/Matthew II, 1 - 3)  - Konrad Ruhland 
04 Lumen ad revelationem - Nunc dimittis (Antiphon & Canticum Simeonis; Lukas/Luke II, 29 - 31, for Candlemass)  - Konrad Ruhland 
05 Abaelard: Mittit ad Virginem (Sequence for Annunciation)  - Konrad Ruhland 
06 O redemptor sume carmen (Responsory for Maundy Thursday)  - Konrad Ruhland 
07 Surrexit dominus vere (Invitatory for Easter; Psalm 94)  - Konrad Ruhland 
08 Ad coenam Agni providi (Hymn from Vespers for Easter)  - Konrad Ruhland 
09 Langton: Veni Sancte Spiritus (Sequence for Whitsuntide)  - Konrad Ruhland 
10 Kyrie: Fons Bonitatis, II. Mass for High Feast Days  - Konrad Ruhland 
11 Ambrosius: Aeterne rerum conditor (Hymn - Lauda)  - Konrad Ruhland 
12 Te deum Laudamus (Ambrosian Chant - Pro gratiarum actione)  - Konrad Ruhland 

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