Tuesday, April 13, 2010

The Gregorian Sense of Easter

A theme that is occurring to the current generation of Catholic musicians is that Easter must not always be about trumpets blaring. There is also the sense of awe that is beautifully captured in the Gregorian introit.

Here are two very different versions, one by the monks of Fontgombault, with light accompaniment.

The second is a secular concert of all high voices without accompaniment, from South Korea.

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