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Abbazia Di Sant'Antimo - Capax Dei: canti gregoriani (vol.3) FLAC album

Performer: Abbazia Di Sant'Antimo
Genre: Classical music
Title: Capax Dei: canti gregoriani (vol.3)
Released: 1999
Style: Medieval
FLAC version ZIP size: 1535 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1224 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1733 mb
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Edizioni Sant'Antimo ‎– ANTIMO2005. Format: CD. Country: Italy. Recorded in the basilica of Abbazia di Sant'Atimo, Montalcino, Tuscany, SI, Italy on 29th and 30 January 1999. Includes 144 page book in Italian, German, English and French, with history, photographs, recording details, and chant words. Mastering SID Code: IPFI LB91. Mould SID Code: IPFI 5005.

Edizioni Sant'Antimo ‎– ANTIMO2005.

The Abbey of Sant'Antimo, Italian: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, is a former Benedictine monastery in the comune of Montalcino, Tuscany, central Italy. It is approximately 10 km from Montalcino about 9 km from the Via Francigena, the pilgrim route to Rome. After many years of disuse, the abbey was reoccupied in 1992 by a small community of Premonstratensian Canons Regular.

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L'Abbazia benedettina di S. Antimo è una delle più belle e antiche della. Presso la 'farmacia' è disponibile l’amaro di Sant’Antimo, realizzato con l’essenza dell’Erba Carlina, erba le cui origini si intrecciano alla leggenda della fondazione dell’abbazia. I monaci di Sant’Antimo, infatti, utilizzarono l’Erba Carlina per preparare decotti curativi per i soldati dell’esercito di Carlo Magno, colpiti da una pestilenza durante la sosta presso Sant’Antimo.

Abbazia di Sant'Antimo St. Antimo's Abbey. The origins of the abbey date to a small oratory built here, on the location of a former Roman villa, in 352 at the death of Anthimus  . Since 1992, it is occupied by the 'Premonstratensian Canons Regular',(or Norbertines)a Catholic community, mostly come from France. com/watch?v gcS7wwCwYG0 Abbazia di Sant'Antimo I - 53020 Castelnuovo dell'Abate (SI) abbaziamo.

The Sant'Antimo Abbey is a popular stop on day trips to Tuscany from Rome, Florence, and Siena that explore the countryside surrounding Montalcino, Montepulciano, Pienza, and San Quirico d'Orcia. One-day sightseeing tours generally include lunch with a tasting of local Brunello di Montalcino wine. Things to Know Before You Go. Like most Italian churches and monasteries, the abbey requires modest clothing covering shoulders and knees to enter.

Tickets for Abbazia di Sant'Antimo. The ancient Abbey of Sant'Antimo was once home to Benedictine monks. It was restored in 1870 by architect Giuseppe Partini and is now used as a concert and cultural venue. Check ticket availability.

Abbazia di Sant'Antimo Siena by Giulio Aldinucci, released 01 April 2012 1. Sant'Antimo 01 2. Sant'Antimo Nona St. Antimo Abbey (Abbazia di Sant'Antimo) is a former Benedictine monastery, now inhabited by Canons Regular, situated in the province of Siena, near Montalcino, Tuscany, central Italy. A tributary of the river Orcia, the Starcia, runs near the abbey. Its name refers to Saint Anthimus of Rome, whose relics were moved here during the late 8th century. In 1145 the monks were forced to cease the castle of Radicofani the Sienese. In 1189 Pope Clement III placed the pieve of Montalcino under the bishop of Siena. Filippo Malavolti, podestà of Siena, attacked and partly destroyed Montalcino in 1200. An agreement of 1212 stated that the abbey had to hand over a quarter of its territories to Siena, including Montalcino.


1 O Lux Beata Trinitas
2 Dum Medium
3 Lutum Fecit
4 Omnes
5 Iesu Auctor Clementiæ
6 Confitemini
7 Alma
8 Spiritus Domini
9 Iustorum Aminæ
10 Confirma Hoc
11 Veni Sancte Spiritus
12 Dum Sanctificatus
13 Magnificat Cum Alleluia
14 Quis Sicut Dominus
15 Ubi Caritas
16 Domine Non Secundum
17 Deus Creator
18 Beati Mundo Corde
19 Ave Maris Stella
20 Benedicamus Domino


Gregorian chants performed by the Premonstratensian monks of Abbazia di Sant'Atimo over an 8 day period from 24th January 1999 at "authentic times of day", under the artistic direction of Fr Emanuel Roze. Recorded in the basilica of Abbazia di Sant'Atimo, Montalcino, Tuscany, SI, Italy. Recording by Francesco Oliveto and Vincenzo Vanni, La Carrozze Records Studio, Siena.

Includes 150 page book in Italian, German, English and French, with history, photographs, recording details, and chant words.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other: O 35311723
  • Other: S 00003585