Published April 1997
by EMI Group .
Written in English
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Much of what people took for being 'chant' was not in fact chant at all. However, this disc is pure Gregorian chant. Unlike the earlier 'Chant' CDs (three volumes), this one is not done by the monks of the Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, but rather by a choral group, Schola Cantorum of Cologne, in Germany, under the direction of Gabriel 5/5(4). THE SCHOLA CANTORUM What is the purpose of the Schola Cantorum? To effectively lead, familiarize and educate the faithful in Gregorian chant so that we may be aligned with the desires of the Church, which says, Gregorian chant should be given “pride of place” in our liturgy and exhorts “It should be arranged that the faithful can say or sing together in Latin those parts of the Ordinary. GREGORIAN CHANT (Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus, Hollaardt) BT Schola Cantorum Of Amsterdam Students - Wim van Gerven: Schola Cantorum Of Amsterdam Students - Wim van Gerven - Gregorian Chant, Vol. 1 (CD, Comp, RM) Sony Classical: SBK Netherlands: Sell This Version.
• A place for the teaching and practice of ecclesiastical chant, or a body of singers banded together for the purpose of rendering the music in church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. Schola Cantorum Schola Cantorum. Atlanta Schola Cantorum is a voice chorus specializing in the performance of sacred choral music of the Renaissance, notably the works of Josquin, Palestrina, Victoria, Tallis, and Byrd. This focus on Renaissance polyphony sets Schola apart from other Atlanta choirs. Many students, alumni of the Schola Cantorum and graduates of the Higher Diplomas, Virtuosity, Concert or Improvement, are now making a professional career. View some names (recent promotions): Lire la suite. Find us. Contact. Adress: , rue Saint-Jacques PARIS. The IGMR uses the term chorus (choir) only once, giving it as an alternate term for schola cantorum in n. There is no intention to distinguish between a schola cantorum and some other group of choir is a group of those who are “schooled” in singing and therefore capable of fulfilling the special and important role assigned to it in the liturgy.
Choral: Schola Cantorum Karolus Magnus Choral Notes There are 26 pieces which form this production of Gregorian chants covering 20 centuries (divided into four sections), during which religious church communities celebrated Jesus of Nazareth. Schola cantorum, medieval papal singing school and associated choir, the ancestor of the modern Sistine Choir. According to tradition, the schola cantorum was established by Pope Sylvester I (d. ) and was reorganized by Pope Gregory I (d. ), but the first written mention of it dates from the 8th century. The purpose of the schola was to teach both singing techniques and the plainsong. The Schola Cantorum was the trained papal choir during the Middle Ages, specializing in the performance of plainchant for the purpose of rendering the music in church. In the fourth century, Pope Sylvester I was said to have inaugurated the first Schola Cantorum, but it was Pope Gregory I who established the school on a firm basis and endowed it. The choir ranged anywhere from twenty to . Learn Gregorian Chant with Schola Cantorum (formerly called Chant Master)! Follow the highlighted note, or what in Gregorian chant is called a neume (rhymes with broom) as it plays. Set up sectional playback to learn a score of chant section by section. Turn it on Repeat to hear it over and over until you've learn it. Transpose the pitch so that it falls within your range. Change the tempo to.