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    1. Mezitaur

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      Title: Ecce virgo concipiet Composer: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck Source of text: Isaiah Number of voices: 5vv Voicing: SSATB Genre: Sacred, Motet Communion motet for Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin during Advent and for the Annunciation. Communion antiphon Advent IV. Language: Latin Instruments: Keyboard.
    2. Gardagul

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      Gloriae Dei Cantores: Chants of Easter. Review: This recording of Gregorian Chant from the Glorae Dei Cantores Schola celebrates the Feast of the Resurrection, which is rooted in the earliest centuries of Christian worship. This "celebration of celebrations" is a time for rebirth, and this recording reflects that sense of personal renewal and joy.
    3. Zuzragore

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      Gregorian Chants, Vol. 2 (Early Music Series, Arr. for Guitar), an album by Anonymous, Noël Akchoté on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
    4. Kagazragore

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      Nov 07,  · In Dulci Jubilo (women’s Gregorian choir) Conductor: Alberto Turco The text is based on Zech. , 7 Ecce Dominus veniet et omnes sancti ejus cum eo et erit in die illa lux magna, alleluia.
    5. Goltik

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      The quintessence of chant The quintessence of chant - Glanz der gregorianik - La quintessence du chant grégorien Niederaltaicher Scholaren - Konrad Ruhland, cond. Sony "Vivarte" S2K 62 [CDx2] Contents: CD-1 Christmas - Weinachten - Noël Anon., gregorian; Advent Introit, 1st Mode: Rorate caeli desuper; Ecce virgo concipiet; Veni redemptpr.
    6. Samur

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      Gregorian Chant: Ecce virgo concipiet Fullington, Doug/The Tudor Choir LOFT RECORDINGS: "Fair with Her Firstborn" "Gregorian Chant for Christmas" Buy CD: AM: Enns, Jeffrey: Sweet was the Song "Chants de noël du monde" Buy CD: PM: Carrillo, César Alejandro: O magnum mysterium.
    7. Kajar

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      Christmas, as a holiday, goes back nearly two millennium. Music has changed over the time, but the idea of celebrating with music hasn’t. Much of our favorite Christmas music date back to the Middle Ages or even earlier, and the best way to experience them is in the work of those groups dedicated to preserving centuries-old music – Tudor polyphony, medieval chant, medieval carols.
    8. Jusida

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      Note: The Latin text is from the Liber Hymnarius (Abbaye Saint-Pierre de Solesmes, , page ) and used with permission from The Abbaye Saint-Pierre, Solesmes, dance.thorgabandispewieldlalen.infoinfo obtain the music with updated notation, please purchase the Liber Hymnarius (dance.thorgabandispewieldlalen.infoinfo).

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