Skip to main content

Learning about Gregorian Chant~ Solesmes

Get Flash to see this Video.

Version 8 and above required to view videos

Uploaded by on May 21, 2013

Do you want to learn more about Gregorian chant ?This highly pedagogical presentation by a monk of Solesmes, Dom Daniel Saulnier, is read by Sarah Moule and gives the amateur listener basic notions about the chant, its history, musical forms and genres, with a generous selection of examples culled from Solesmes recordings. History of Gregorian chant~ 1 Gloria With ringing of the bells 2 Gloria Ambrosian 3 Antiphon In mandatis & Psalm 111 4 Psalm Psalm 110 5 Psalm Psalm 111 PROPER OF THE MASS 6 Introit Nos autem 7 Gradual Concupivi 8 Alleluia Pascha nostrum 9 Offertory Lætentur 10 Communion Pascha nostrum ORDINARY OF THE MASS 11 Kyrie III 12 Gloria IX 13 Sanctus XVIII 14 Agnus XVIII DIVINE OFFICE 15 Antiphon Dixit Dominus & Ps 109 16 Antiphon Si offers & Magnificat 17 Response Credo 18 Hymn Lucis creator 19 Hymn Salve festa dies Catholic Monastic and Gregorian


Gregorian Chant Solesmes Catholic History Latin Roman Music

Find any video Catholic Online has to offer.


Leave a Comment

Comments submitted must be civil, remain on-topic and not violate any laws including copyright. We reserve the right to delete any comments which are abusive, inappropriate or not constructive to the discussion.

Though we invite robust discussion, we reserve the right to not publish any comment which denigrates the human person, undermines marriage and the family, or advocates for positions which openly oppose the teaching of the Catholic Church.

This is a supervised forum and the Editors of Catholic Online retain the right to direct it.

We also reserve the right to block any commenter for repeated violations. Your email address is required to post, but it will not be published on the site.

We ask that you NOT post your comment more than once. Catholic Online is growing and our ability to review all comments sometimes results in a delay in their publication.

Send me important information from Catholic Online and it's partners. See Sample

Post Comment

Newsletter Sign Up