Ambrosian Chants for Epiphany - György Merczel (vocals); István Csuthy (vocals); Zsolt Unterweger (vocals); Schola Hungarica (choir, chorus)
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  1. Ingressa
  2. Mass, for chorus: Gloria
  3. Psalmellus
  4. Hallelujah (Puer natus est)
  5. Work(s): Antiphona ante Evangelium
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  1. Ingressa
  2. Mass, for chorus: Gloria
  3. Psalmellus
  4. Hallelujah (Puer natus est)
  5. Work(s): Antiphona ante Evangelium
  6. Evangelium
  7. Antiphonae post Evangelium
  8. Mass, for chorus: Credo
  9. Offertorium
  10. Mass, for chorus: Sanctus
  11. Work(s): Confractorium
  12. Mass, for chorus: Agnus
  13. Work(s): Transitorium
  14. Lucernarium
  15. Work(s): Hymnus
  16. Work(s): Responsorium cum infantibus
  17. Work(s): Antiphona cum psalmo
  18. Work(s)
  19. Oratio
  20. Psalmellus
  21. Work(s): Responsorium in baptisterio
  22. Antiphona ad Benedictus : Antiphona ad Benedictus
  23. Oratio
  24. Psalmellus
  25. Mass, for chorus: Kyrie
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The Schola Hungarica is a choir devoted to research into unusual medieval repertories, particularly those of plainchant. But they aren't purely an academic group; they feature women along with boys on treble lines, which is somewhat ahistorical (only somewhat, for the presence of boy singers in medieval rites is well attested to) but gives a pleasantly bright sound. It's especially well suited to this recording of Ambrosian chant, which is the chant repertory of the city of Milan. It's so called because St. Ambrose was the ...

Ambrosian Chants for Epiphany 2014, Budapest Music Center

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