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Gregorian chant

 
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CANTICUM NOVUM
DIDACTIC CONCERTS
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Lessons on Gregorian Chant

• History
• Characteristics
• Notation
• Rhythm
• Chironomy
• Modes
• The Psalmody
• The pronunciation

Coral Group established in Bogota city, Colombia since 1984.

It is integrated by professionals of the most diverse disciplines, to whom it has joined the admiration for the Gregorian Chant and his desire to study it deeply and to promote it.

Some explanations given during the concerts performed by the Choir .

Didactic Concert:
Along the Concert the Gregorian pieces are preceded f comments to illustrate the listeners. It is like a Gregorian Chant history.

Concert for Peace:
In a Country like Colombia, convulsed by the violence, the Concert tries to lead to a reflection and to a prayer.

Suggestions for Web sites which content can be useful for studying Gregorian Chant.
• History
• Discography
• Fonts to write Gregorian Chant
• Documents written by Fathers of the Church
• Scores
• Manuscripts
• Paleography.
• Medieval and Byzantine music.

SHEETS MUSIC and
TRANSLATIONS

Translations Latin-English of Canticum Novum repertoire, some accompanied of its correspondent sheet music.

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