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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    We are at the time of Gregorian music year 700-1000, were there, Gregorians chants that sound unusual, chromatic or minimalist, spectralist, atonal, so you guessed it, I'm looking for ufo oddity of foreign lore, a thing that should not exist so bold, even daring for its time? Any musicologist...
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    Normally or first school of Gregorian music teaching was purely vocal ,i have an LP that defenatly this , the 1951 decca release Chant Gregorien it's superbe, most Alberto Turco follow the old protocols of gregorian, while i happen to have acquired another narly LP, at first i was displease on...
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    Ah .. yes i love gregorian music now more than ever, look, soundz cliché as hell.But once you indulged in sutch music , the more tthe better, because it's god driven, given light all mighty in all itt's glory , simplicity, pure chants monodic( i presumeed, if im accurated), Beside why not visit...
  4. Classical Music Discussion
    hello everyone, i have recently discovered the rhapsodie on a theme of a gregorian easter chant, op. 10 by marcel grandjany. it's a beautiful, haunting piece of music, but i'm wondering if anyone knows WHICH gregorian chant this piece is based off of? is it as closely tied as vaughan williams'...
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    Just came across this deal... It's PHENOMENAL!! Very strong music and every piece is a little jewel. Hard to beat :)
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