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Ideal for individuals as well as small groups in churches, homes, and classrooms, this book teaches you to chant the complete service of Compline and offers an experience like that of the Christians of the early church who gathered together each day to pray in song.
Gregorian Chant offers a detailed tutorial in the history and liturgy of Gregorian chant for musicians and musicologists, clergy and liturgists, passionate participants, and others who are interested in the revival of chant in the church, today.
A handbook for the resurgence of Gregorian chant
Today's liturgical renewal owes a great debt to Dom Guéranger, who not only refounded the Abbey of St. Peter of Solesmes, but guided the spiritual growth that led to his monks' renowned scholarship.
A riveting work reflecting on the characteristics of Gregorian chant that have attracted the attention of so many.
Dom Cardine sums up the origin, decline and restoration of the chant, and challenges researchers to continue his work.
The Roman Gradual, with the addition of the early neumatic notation from two early manuscripts (St. Gall in red, Laon in black) as well as the current chant notation found in the Graduale Romanum.
An English translation by Robert M. Fowells of Dom Cardine's major treatise on reading and interpreting early chant notation.
(in French) The story of the restoration of chant through the efforts of the Monks at Solesmes. The author, Dom Pierre Combe, is himself a Monk at Solesmes.
A newly edited book by Dom Jean Claire of the commentaries by Dom Gajard on the aesthetic and spiritual character of chants for various seasons of the church year.
Overview of Gregorian Chant in French.