Gregorian Chant: Antiphona ad Introitum

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Gregorian Chant: Antiphona ad Introitum. 1. First Sunday of Advent. 2. Christmas Midnight Mass. 3. Palm Sunday. 4. Easter Sunday Mass. 5. Pentecost Day. 6. Ember Saturday after Pentecost / Pentecost Vigil. 7. 18th Sunday after Pentecost / 24th Sunday of the Year. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Gregorian Chant:Antiphona ad Introitum

  • 1. First Sunday of Advent

  • 2. Christmas Midnight Mass

  • 3. Palm Sunday

  • 4. Easter Sunday Mass

  • 5. Pentecost Day

  • 6. Ember Saturday after Pentecost / Pentecost Vigil

  • 7. 18th Sunday after Pentecost /24th Sunday of the Year

  • 8. Common of the Dedication of a Church

  • Recording: Booklet with CD Band #20Recording: Christmas Chant Band #8 / The Chant of Christmas Midnight Band #52 vols, Rome: Typographia Medicea, 1614

    The "Editio Medicea," the revised edition of Gregorian chant, was published in Rome in 1614. It was the product of a long and concerted effort initiated by Pope Gregory XIII in 1577 to reform the musical settings of liturgical texts and to rid the melodies of certain perceived barbarisms that had crept into sacred music over the centuries. Contributors to this important revision of the liturgical chant included the composers Palestrina, Annibale Zoilo, and, later, Felice Anerio and Francesco Soriano. The page shown is an introit for Christmas Day.

    Capp. Sist. 347 fol. 18 recto music11 NB.17 Recording: Medieval Experience CD 1 Band 15Recording: Resurrexit Band #5Recording: Spiritus Domini Band #8Recording: Spiritus Domini Band #2Booklet and CD Band #2Recording: Medieval Experience CD 2 Band #1