Requiem CD

Requiem CD

By The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
Product Code: 889854173524

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The Fraternity (FSSP) is an international community considered one of the top specialists in Gregorian Chant around the world. While listening to the peaceful and mystical chant inside of this CD - be transported throughout ancient history to all regions of the world with this beautiful and unique presentation of Requiem from The Fraternity… With the exceptional art form of Gregorian chant, this recording has a spiritual quality. With an ethos reflecting a time of sadness, representing that period of mourning inherent in the Requiem, this recording also simultaneously inspires a certain hope, a calmness and prayer, arresting a glorious balance through the gift of poetic song. This unique recording contains twenty unique tracks of sublime treasures, mostly Gregorian chant, and the album concludes with polyphonic motets striking just the right ending accent.

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Antiphon: In Paradisum

Requiem Aeternum

Responsory: Qui Lazarum

Performed by the The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP)

Track List:

  1. Antiphon: Exsultábunt Dómino

  2. Tolling of the Bell

  3. Responsory: Subveníte Sancti Dei

  4. Introit: Réquiem ætérnam

  5. Krie eléison

  6. Gradual: Réquiem ætérnam

  7. Tract: Absólve Dómine

  8. Sequence: Dies iræ

  9. Offertory: Dómine, Jesu Christe

  10. Sanctus

  11. Agnus Dei

  12. Communion antiphon: Lux ætérna

  13. Responsory: Líbera me

  14. Antiphon: In paradísum

  15. Antiphon: Ego sum with the Canticle of Zachary

  16. Responsory: Qui Lázarum

  17. Responsory: Dómine quando véneris

  18. Responsory: Peccántem me

  19. Pie Jesu Dómine

  20. Réquiem ætérnam


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