The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln, The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall - Salve Regina:Musique Et Chants À L'Abbaye D'Einsiedeln Et À La Cathédrale De Saint Gall FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Salve Regina:Musique Et Chants À L'Abbaye D'Einsiedeln Et À La Cathédrale De Saint Gall
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Sanctus et benedictus. Tomás Luis de Victoria. The Monks of the Benedictine Monastery of Einsiedeln, The Chorus of the Cathedral of St. Gall. 8. Grand plein jeu. Louis-Nicolas Clérambault. 9. Salve Regina d'Einsiedeln. 10. Dialogue sur grands jeux.
Salve Regina D'Einsiedeln. –The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln. 11. –The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. 12. Sancti Spiritus Assit Nobis. 13. 14. Hodie Cantandus Est Nobis. 15. 16. 17.
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The Abbey of Saint Gall (German: Abtei St. Gallen) is a dissolved abbey (747–1805) in a Catholic religious complex in the city of St. Gallen in Switzerland. The Carolingian-era monastery has existed since 719 and became an independent principality between 9th and 13th centuries, and was for many centuries one of the chief Benedictine abbeys in Europe. It was founded by Saint Othmar on the spot where Saint Gall had erected his hermitage.
Chant is an album of Gregorian chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos in Spain. The music did not sell significantly until it was re-released by Angel in 1994 when it was strongly marketed as an antidote to the stress of modern life. Chant is the best-selling album of Gregorian chant ever released.
The work of the monks is divided chiefly between prayer, work and study. At pilgrimage times the number of confessions heard is very large. In 2013 the community numbered 60 monks. Attached to the abbey are a seminary and a college for about 360 pupils who are partially taught by the monks, who also provide spiritual direction for six convents of Religious Sisters. Expansion to America Bibliography. Moreau (Odile et Richard) : D'Einsiedeln a la Salette au fil des siècles : avec les pèlerins comtois sur les pas de la Vierge Marie. L'Harmattan, Paris, 2012. Meinrad of Einsiedeln. Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Elder, Franz Joseph Feuchtmayer.
Gall is claimed as the founder of the city of St. Gallen in Switzerland & remains the city's patron saint. Two monks from the Benedictine abbey of Reichenau, in present-day Germany, wrote the oldest records about the life and work of Gall: Wetti (c. 775-824 CE) and Walafrid Strabo (c. 808-849 CE). Further documents attributed to Walafrid Strabo narrate other miracles and legends about Gall in prose and verse. The bear, which initially threatened Gall and fellow monks, soon became a close friend of the saint. This bear is even said to have brought Gall and his monastic cell wood from the forest to keep the everyone warm.
Einsiedeln Abbey (German: Kloster Einsiedeln) is a Benedictine monastery in the village of Einsiedeln in the canton of Schwyz, Switzerland. The abbey is dedicated to Our Lady of the Hermits, the title being derived from the circumstances of its foundation, for the first inhabitant of the region was Saint Meinrad, a hermit. It is a territorial abbey and, therefore, not part of a diocese, subject to a bishop. It has been a major resting point on the Way of St. James for centuries.
The St Gall monastery complex has been inscribed on the World Heritage list. because it is a partial realization of the plan of the ideal abbey and a. typical example of a great Benedictine monastery. In 1030, the Habsburger Rudolf von Altenburg and his wife Kunigunde founded the Benedictine monastery of Ottmarsheim for which the abbey church was also built.
|1||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Carillon||1:29|
|2||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Alma Redemptoris Mater||2:21|
|3||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Kyrie||1:47|
|4||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Ego Sum Servus||2:20|
|5||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Basse Et Trompette||2:25|
|6||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Regina||2:07|
|7||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Sanctus Et Benedictus||4:19|
|8||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Grand Plein Jeu||2:25|
|9||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Salve Regina D'Einsiedeln||4:01|
|10||–The Monks Of The Benedictine Monastery Of Einsiedeln||Dialogue Sur Grands Jeux||2:22|
|11||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Carillon||3:24|
|12||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Sancti Spiritus Assit Nobis||2:44|
|13||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Dies Est||2:32|
|14||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Hodie Cantandus Est Nobis||2:30|
|15||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Toccata||4:18|
|16||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Iste Est||3:38|
|17||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Veni Sponsa||2:33|
|18||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Gloria||4:48|
|19||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Recordare Virgo||4:26|
|20||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Agnus Dei||2:39|
|21||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Cantate||3:51|
|22||–The Chorus Of The Cathedral Of St. Gall||Improvisation Media||7:43|
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NotesTracks 1 to 10 recorded May 1961.
Tracks 11 to 22 recorded October 1968.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 743214506226
- Label Code: LC8126