Links on the Web related to Gregorian Chant
Pope Pius X Motu proprio on Sacred Music Tra le Sollecitudini
promulgated on November 22, 1903 http://www.adoremus.org/MotuProprio.html
of Saint-Pierre de Solesmes The institution which Pope
Saint Pius X in 1903 entrusted with the mission of restoring the
editions of Gregorian Chant for the Roman liturgy. http://www.solesmes.com
Order of Saint Benedict Gregorian Chant Select Bibliography
and Web sites. http://www.osb.org/gen/topics/chantbib2.html#sites
of Santo Domingo de Silos (Spain) This site offers, in
12 chapters, a very complete History of Gregorian Chant; in addition
the visitor can find Gregorian scores and audio samples. http://www.abadiadesilos.es/canto.htm
The following authorization is given: "The use of the content
of these pages with cultural or documentary aims is authorized".
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of Ponce, Puerto Rico Scores of Gregorian Chants and
of Classic and Popular songs for the Liturgy. http://www.pucpr.edu/diocesis/cantoral/14cantoral.html
Usualis The ultimate chant book containing Gregorian
pieces for the entire liturgical year essential for any choir serious
about interpreting Gregorian Chant. It is available from St. Bonaventure
PDF files of Liber Usualis in square notation can be found at http://www.sanctamissa.org/en/music/gregorian-chant/choir/liber-usualis-1961.html
PDF files of Liber Usualis in modern notation can be found at http://quilisma-publications.info
Text Book of Gregorian Chant according to the Solesmes Method by Dom Gregory Sunol and G.M. Durnford. http://books.google.com.co/books?id=eg3HCEqhV-8C&pg=PA141&lpg=PA141&dq=lesson+gregorian+chant&source=bl&ots=yjeNkruvYA&sig=
Sheet music editing software for Gregorian chant.
is a software for editing and hearing gregorian chant.
EarlyMusicNews.Org: Your Link to the International World of Early Music News. http://www.earlymusicnews.org/
The software is adapted to Macintosh™. It can work on the
PC platform. You can ask the Association "Petrus a stella"
for a CD with GregEdit™ installed with all the necessaries
in order to emulate a Macintosh™. For any information consult
the site: http://gregorian.soft.free.fr/
Links Page with numerous links to web pages related to
Gregorian Chant. http://comp.uark.edu/~rlee/otherchant.html
workship and music from the Judaism to Christianity. http://www.liturgica.com/html/lit.jsp?hostname=null
to Medieval Music by Cynthia J. Cyrus Introduction
to Medieval Music from Vanderbilt University's Online Encyclopedia.
Musicarum Latinarum: The Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum
(TML) is an evolving Latin database of the entire corpus of music
theory written during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, housed
at Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana, USA). http://www.music.indiana.edu/tml/start.html
Byzantine music: a great site with scores and sound of
byzantine chants. http://chant.hchc.edu/
Byzantine Music and links: This page attempts to track
all Byzantine material on the Internet. http://www.netserf.org/Music/Gregorian_Chant/
Musicae Byzantinae From the University of Copenhagen.
The site contains an inventory of microfilms. There is a list of
the standard abridged version of the sticherarion. http://www.igl.ku.dk/MMB/Welcome.html
NOVA PUBLICATIONS: Traditional music... for the contemporary
Liturgical worship and music from Judaism to Christianity http://www.liturgica.com/html/lit.jsp?hostname=liturgica
Paleography, Codicology - Manuscript images and projects
in digitized images of manuscripts. http://labyrinth.georgetown.edu/display.cfm?Action=View&Category=Music
des premieres chrétiens Essay on the music of the first
Christians [French text] http://apemutam.free.fr/musichretiens.htm.
von Bingen a pious woman, artist, who composed music to
honor God. It contains her biography and history, the art, her
writings. Reproductions of her manuscripts are included. http://www.healingchants.com/hvb_links.html
Chants by Kenneth L. Sublett: Thesis on Gregorian chants
origins among Egyptian monks http://www.piney.com/MuChants.html
A Gregorian Chant data base. Indexes of Chants in selected
manuscripts and early printed sources of the Divine Office. http://publish.uwo.ca/~cantus/
you love Sacred Renaissance Polyphony sung as it should be sung?
Do you love Gregorian Chant? There is a new CD available that will
satisfy you to your heart's content! Go to http://jeff.ostrowski.cc/CD.htm
to learn details about a significant sacred music projects in the
Catholic Encyclopedia. Gregorian Chant. http://www.knight.org/advent/cathen/06779a.htm
Daughters of Mary. Nuns who sing Gregorian Chant. You can listen to a sample of their music here http://www.daughtersofmary.net/music.php?album=AngelicVoices#AlbumMusic.
Luís Henrique Camargo Quiroz (Brazil). Page
with recordings of Gregorian Chant. http://126.96.36.199/www2/cantgreg/index_esp.htm
Coral Gregoriano de Belo Horizonte. http://www.gregoriano.org.br/gregoriano/index3.htm
BIBLE - BIBLE Vulgatae Editionis. The complete Bible
in Latin Vulgate version.
Sacrae PIUS XII's instruction on sacred music (December
25, 1955) http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/pius_xii/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xii_enc_25121955_musicae-sacrae_en.html
Concilium" Vatican II Constitution on the Sacred
NOTE: This page has been kindly reworked
by Gary Penkala, CanticaNOVA Publications. www.canticanova.com