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Gregorian Chant From Silos. Deutsche Grammophon 4572932.
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.
Chant II is a 1995 album of Gregorian chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos in Burgos, Spain. It is a follow-up to the 1994 release Chant, the best-selling album of Gregorian chant. Like the first album, it included material which had been recorded by the monks some years previously. The monks of Santo Domingo de Silos have been singing Gregorian chant since the 11th century (before that, they used Mozarabic chant)
Gregorian chant choir of the Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, which lies in Northern Spain at the end of a small valley in the province of Burgos. The Spanish name is Coro de monjes del Monasterio Benedictino de Santo Domingo de Silos ("Choir of the monks of the Benedictine Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos") or Coro de la Abadía Benedictina de Santo Domingo de Silos (Choir of the Benedictine Abbey of Santo Domingo de Silos). For releases, please use Religious and Choralstyle (under Non-Music genre).
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Album · 2008 · 19 Songs. Requiem Mass: I. Requiem Aeternam: Introito, Mode VI. By Chant Grégorien - Choir of benedictine monks of Silos. 7. Requiem Mass: II. Kyrie. Choir of benedictine monks of Silos.
Title: Gregorian Chant from Silos. Artist: Monks of Silos. Format: CD. Item Condition: New and unplayed. Ad Confractionem Panis: Gustate Et Videte. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
Honestly though, most won't need more than one album of chant in their library. Two other Chant albums that look intriguing (but I have not listened to them myself) are Chant- Music for the Soul by the Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz and Benedicta: Marian Chant from Norcia. 8 people found this helpful. I also have some Slavonic church music, and Tibetan Chanting. What they all have in common is a profound spirituality. What separates Chant from other Gregorian Chants is the quality of the recording, and the quality of the singing.