Ambrosian Chant - Manuela Schenale (vocals); Alberto Turco (conductor)
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  1. Kyrie eleison, litania
  2. Si quis sermonem, psallenda
  3. Venite, benedicti patris mei, introit
  4. Videns Dominus sororem, ingressa
  5. Gloria in excelsis, hymnus
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  1. Kyrie eleison, litania
  2. Si quis sermonem, psallenda
  3. Venite, benedicti patris mei, introit
  4. Videns Dominus sororem, ingressa
  5. Gloria in excelsis, hymnus
  6. Levavi oculos meos, cantus
  7. Haec dies. Confitemini, psalmellus
  8. Alleluia. Pascha nostrum
  9. Antiphonae post Evangelium
  10. Dixit Raphael angelus, offertorium
  11. Credo, symbolum
  12. Sanctus
  13. Te laudamus, transitorium
  14. In tribulatione mea, responsorium in baptisterio
  15. Nunc, frater, responsorium cum infantibus
  16. Tenebrae factae sunt, responsorium-canticum
  17. Tunc cantabat Moyses, canticum
  18. Omnes Patriarchae, antiphona in choro
  19. Alleluia, noli flere Maria, antiphonae
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Ambrosian chant is the specific style of singing associated with the church in Milan; it is related to, but independent of, Gregorian chant. Legend ascribes the creation of Ambrosian chant to Milanese bishop Saint Ambrose and cites 13 chants believed to have been written by him. However, there are no known manuscripts of Ambrosian chant that predate the twelfth century, making its traditional claim of being the "world's oldest continuously active repertory" a little unsteady. Nonetheless, recordings of Ambrosian chant aren ...

Ambrosian Chant 1996, Naxos

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