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Track length:2:47
Artist: Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701010
Track length:3:58
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701020
Track length:3:33
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701030
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COMMUNIO - Visionem quam vidistis COMMUNIO - Visionem quam vidistis 1:24     Add € 3.00
Track length:1:24
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701040
Track length:3:36
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701050
Track length:5:53
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701060
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INTROITUS - Laetare Ierusalem INTROITUS - Laetare Ierusalem 3:52     Add € 3.00
Track length:3:52
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701070
Track length:1:33
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701080
Track length:2:55
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP0701090
Track length:3:21
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010100
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EVANGELIUM - De caeco nato EVANGELIUM - De caeco nato 5:02     Add € 3.00
Track length:5:02
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010110
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OFFERTORIUM - Laudate Dominum OFFERTORIUM - Laudate Dominum 3:47     Add € 3.00
Track length:3:47
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010120
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Oratio super oblata – Praefatio – SANCT… Oratio super oblata – Praefatio – SANCTUS XII 4:21     Add € 3.00
Track length:4:21
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010130
Track length:1:10
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010140
Track length:1:33
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010150
Track length:3:12
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010160
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COMMUNIO - Videns Dominus COMMUNIO - Videns Dominus 2:19     Add € 3.00
Track length:2:19
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010170
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OFFERTORIUM - Improperium OFFERTORIUM - Improperium 5:05     Add € 3.00
Track length:5:05
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010180
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IMPROPERIA - Popule meus - Trishagion IMPROPERIA - Popule meus - Trishagion 4:56     Add € 3.00
Track length:4:56
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010190
Track length:5:06
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010200
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GRADUALE - Christus factus est GRADUALE - Christus factus est 3:23     Add € 3.00
Track length:3:23
Consortium Vocale
ISRC: NOMPP07010210

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About Consortium Vocale:

Gregorian chant, in its all-embracing spirituality and poetry, appeals to the deeper levels of the human heart. Monks in the Middle Ages composed and performed this music as an integrated part of their daily occupation with Sacred Scripture. Throughout the centuries Gregorian chant has enriched and deepened the liturgy of the church, and has been a source of inspiration in every period of European music history. Under the leadership of Alexander M. Schweitzer Consortium Vocale presents chants from the five Sundays of Lent, Palm Sunday and Good Friday, recorded in the medieval church at Ringsaker in Norway.