The Laus perennis that the monks every day in their psalmody offer to the Lord, is adorned with hymns, antiphons and responsories; all chants drawn from the ancient Gregorian repertory. With this daily practice and custom, the monks become the only custodians and specialists of this patrimony of the highest religious, cultural, and artistic merit that is Gregorian chant.
The monks of Montecasino – always faithful cultivators of this venerable chant, proper to the liturgy of the Church – with the present album want to make these melodies, which are an elevated form of prayer, resound also outside of the monastery walls. The recording was completed at the Tomb of St. Benedict and is intended as an affectionate hymn of sons towards their father and master: in fact, a good part of the liturgy of the Solemnity of St. Benedict of the traditional date of March 21 was performed.
Total time: 01:07:31
The original analogue master tapes were transferred from Nagra 4S directly to DSD
|Original Recording Format|
Giulio Cesare Ricci
Giulio Cesare Ricci, Paola Maria Ricci, Mario Biondi
Abbazia di Montecassino, Cassino (FR) Italy
|Recording Type & Bit Rate||
Analog to DSD64
|Release Date||January 31, 2015|
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