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History of Christian Music. Gregorian chant is the central tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic liturgical chant in Western Christianity that accompanied the celebration of the Eucharist and other worship services. This vast repertory of chants is the oldest music known, as it is the first repertory to have been adequately notated in the 10th century. In general, the chants were learnt by the viva voce method, that is by following the given example orally, which took many years of experience in the Schola Cantorum.
Sing to the Lord a New Song! For He Has Done Marvelous Things -- (Psalm 98)
And do not be drunk with wine, but be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord, giving thanks always for all things to God the Father, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. -- Ephesians 5: 18-20
During the 20th century, Gregorian chant underwent a popular resurgence.
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Augustine defines a hymn as "praise to God with song," and another writer calls hymn-singing "a devotional approach to God in our emotions,"--which applies to both words and the music. This religious emotion, reverently acknowledging the Divine Being in song, is a constant element, and wherever felt, it makes the song a worship, irrespective of sect or creed.
St. Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers has been called "the father of Christian hymnology." About the middle of the 4th century he regulated the ecclesiastical song-service, wrote chant music (to Scripture words or his own) and prescribed its place and use in his choirs. He died A.D. 368. In the Church calendars, Jan. 13th (following "Twelfth Night"), is still kept as "St. Hilary's Day" in the Church of England.
St. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, a few years later, improved the work of his predecessor, adding words and music of his own. The "Ambrosian Chant" was the antiphonal plain-song arranged and systematized to statelier effect in choral symphony. Ambrose died A.D. 397. (Read More Here)
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When it comes to singing sacred music, whether in the medieval Gregorian or in the later classical styles, the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, is at the very top of their game. I believe that only one other choir anywhere comes up to their extraordinary standard, that is the Thomanerchor in Leipzig, which this year is marking 800 years since its foundation. Thank you once again for uploading something quite outstanding.
Gorgeous. I've loved Gregorian chants since my 4th grade music teacher introduced us to it. It's so haunting and uplifting at the same time.
I love this; it's so simple yet so attractive.
Agreed. Today many of us are so caught up in complexity; we fail to see what's simple, profound.
* Proverbs 16:3
I wish modern church music sounded like this. I enjoy this so much more.. More feeling and emotion. I love this.
Nothing like some heavenly chants to sooth the mind after a day of bloodshed, slaughter and genocide ..
I completely agree Chris. You talk for both of us and many good people.
Peaceful, meditative and soothing.
Although I tend to be a purist in matters of early music, I find these renderings natural and exquisitely beautiful. Definitely lowers the blood pressure and nurtures a sense of peace and calm. Bravo!
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Love is the only true way of the universe, as it is and as it has always been. Namaste
So beautiful. So peaceful. I need to hear this every day.
Peaceful and self soothing moments.
This definitely brings peace to my mind and soul.
Esta mucica gregoriana es berdadera mente hermosa, me gusta mucho.
Can you imagine being there, better yet chanting away through the ecohing centuries' old halls. They say the spirit intercedes for what our words lack the efficency to express. (Romans 8:26) This is what this music does for me, a medium between flesh and spirit.
Where can I get this? I want to put it into my iPhone.
This music brings into my spirit the heavenly realm of God. It bring such a peace as I read God's word. Thank you, Lord, for your presence, that shows your love, joy and peace.
Thanks for sharing your great music.
This music makes me cry in happiness, from what realms is it...I don't understand a word though?
So beautiful, relaxing. A dove representing the Holy Spirit brings me down to earth.
Great music. Makes you feel like you are already there. It lifts your spirit. Spiritually fulfilling. I wish it will not end? . .
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The Lion and the Lamb
About a mile away from the Jordan river there is a monastery known as abba Gerasimus' monastery. When we visited it, the old men living there told us about abba Gerasimus. One day as he was walking by the banks of the Jordan he met a lion in the way, roaring loudly. He was holding in the air one swollen paw covered in bloody matter, caused by a sharp sliver of reed embedded in it. When the lion saw the old man he stood still and held out the wounded paw with the reed in it, as if weeping and asking to be cured. When the old man realised the plight the lion was in he took the lion's paw, probed the wound and drew out the reed along with a quantity of pus, carefully cleaned the wound and bandaged it and sent the lion on his way. But when the lion realised he had been cured, he refused to desert the old man but followed him everywhere like a disciple following a master. The old man was amazed at the gratitude which a wild beast was capable of, and looked after it from then on, feeding it on bread and soaked vegetables.
Now this monastery had a donkey, which they used for carrying water from the Jordan to supply the brothers' needs. And it became the old man's custom to let the lion guard the donkey while it was grazing. The lion would go with the donkey down to the banks of the Jordan and watch it while it grazed. One day, however, the lion wandered off for quite a distance, just when a camel driver from Arabia came along, saw the donkey, caught it and took it away with him. Finding the donkey missing, the lion returned to the monastery and hung his head, obviously grief-stricken, before abba Gerasimus, who thought that the lion must have eaten the donkey.
"Where is the donkey?" he said. But the lion, just as human beings might do, looked away and said nothing.
"Well, the Lord be blessed if you haven't eaten it!" said the abba. "So everything that the donkey used to do, you will have to do from now on."
So the lion henceforth had to carry a harness containing four amphorae in which he carried water for the monastery.
One day a soldier came to the old man to ask his blessing. When he saw the lion carrying water and learned the reason for it, he took pity on the lion, and offered the old men three numismas to buy another donkey for this task, so that there would be no need for the lion to do it. Soon after this transaction was completed and the lion relieved of his burden, the camel driver who had stolen the donkey came back carrying wheat for sale in the holy city and he still had the donkey with him. As he was crossing the Jordan he met the lion, and as soon as he had seen it he let the camels go and fled. But the lion recognised the donkey, ran up to it and took the donkey's halter in his mouth just as he used to do. He joyfully led the donkey and three camels back to the old man, roaring loudly, because he had found the donkey which was lost. So the old man who had thought that the lion had swallowed the donkey now learned that the lion had suffered a great injustice. He called the lion "Jordan", and he never left the old man but continued to live in the monastery with the brothers for more than five years.
In the providence of God the lion was not in the monastery when the old man passed to the Lord and was buried. But a little while after the lion came into the monastery and abba Sabbatius, Gerasimus' disciple, noticed the lion looking for the old man. "Jordan," said Sabbatius, "Gerasimus has left us both orphans and he has passed to the Lord. Try and get used to it, and come and take some food." But the lion would not eat, and kept on looking about this way and that way, searching for the old man, roaring loudly, unable to bear the old man's absence.
Abba Sabbatius and the other old men stroked his neck and told him over and over again that the old man had passed to the Lord and had left us, but whatever they said they were unable to lessen his grief or his roaring. The more they tried to cherish and console him by their words, the greater his grief, the louder he roared and lamented, showing in his voice, his face and his eyes his distress at not seeing the old man.
"Come with me, seeing that you don't believe us," said abba Sabbatius to him at last, "and I will show you where our old man has been laid." So he led the lion to where the old man was buried, about five paces outside the church.
"This is where our old man is buried," said abba Sabbatius to the lion, as he stood above abba Gerasimus' grave. And Abba Sabbatius prostrated himself over the old man's grave. The lion understood what was said to him, and when he saw abba Sabbatius prostrate on the grave, weeping, he too lay down, striking his head forcefully on the ground and roaring. And suddenly, there he died, on the old man's grave.
Now all this happened, not that a lion should be thought to have a rational soul, but because God wishes those who glorify him to do so, not only in this life but also after death, and to show us what kind of dependence the beasts had upon the first man, before he was disobedient to the command and was expelled from the paradise of delights. -- [Lives of the Desert Fathers, p. 1006.]
The Lion and the Lambs
The wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the young lion and the fatling together; and a little child shall lead them; and the lion shall eat straw like the ox. They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain, for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea. -- Isaiah 11: 6-9
Taken from Desert Fathers website: the first Christian revival.
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Gregorian chant originated in Monastic life, in which singing the ‘Divine Service’ nine times a day at the proper hours was upheld according to the Rule of St. Benedict. Singing psalms made up a large part of the life in a monastic community, while a smaller group and soloists sang the chants. In its long history Gregorian Chant has been subjected to many gradual changes and some reforms.
more : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregorian_chant
Guido of Arezzo (991/992 – 1050) came up with a method for teaching the singers to learn chants in a short time, and quickly became famous throughout north Italy. However, he attracted the hostility of the other monks at the abbey, prompting him to move to Arezzo, a town which had no abbey, but which did have a large group of cathedral singers, whose training Bishop Tedald invited him to conduct.
By the 13th century, the neumes of Gregorian chant were usually written in square notation on a staff with four lines and three spaces and a clef marker. In square notation, small groups of ascending notes on a syllable are shown as stacked squares, read from bottom to top, while descending notes are written with diamonds read from left to right. In melismatic chants, in which a syllable may be sung to a large number of notes, a series of smaller such groups of neumes are written in succession, read from left to right. A special symbol called the custos, placed at the end of a system, showed which pitch came next at the start of the following system. Special neumes such as the oriscus, quilisma, and liquescent neumes, indicate particular vocal treatments for these notes. This system of square notation is standard in modern chantbooks.
more : http://en.wiki2.org/wiki/Neume
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s'il vous plait, es ce que vous pouvez refaire ce film en français ? il y'a tant d'ames à sauver dans ce monde et mes enfants de la zone francophone en ont besoin. Merci d'avance ! :)
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La vida de Santa Teresita de Lisieux es edificante, conmovedora por su ingenuidad, propia del niño, y despierta adhesión y deseos de seguir su sencillo, al mismo tiempo que profundo, camino: "La infancia espiritual".
Este film, de bajo costo, está hecho con mucha delicadeza femenina e "ingenuidad infantil", reflejando el diario autobiogràfico de Teresita; muestra sus deseos sublimes de amar sencillamente a Jesús.
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Notice: Charles Reed is the pseudonym of John Henderson Stansberry, a former religious brother in the congregation of the Franciscan Minims in Mexico City. In the year 1978, (one year before the death of Maria Concepcion), a tragic incident happened in the congregation. Many years later John still felt guilty about it, and determined to write a report. Eventually the document turned into a short book, named "Mount Zion Revisited." The pseudonym Charles was used to protect the good reputation of all the persons involved. It is available in PDF format on the web. Writings of Charles Reed also include translations and short antholigies that he made, and editorials of the magazine "Reflections from the Franciscan Minims" published in English in Mexico City from 1990 to 2005. The magazine had a circulation of about 300, in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa."Mount Zion Revisited" was written as a roman a clef (novel with a key), in order to make known controversial topics, and to report inside information about scandal and abuse of power, without harming the good reputation of those involved, living and deceased.
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