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Lent at Ephesus ()

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composed by Anonymous, Antonio Lotti, Bartolomeo Cordans, Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, Beneventan Chant, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Gregorian Chant, Hans Leo Hassler, Jacopone da Todi, Melchior Teschner, Nicola A. Montani, Oreste Ravanello

Recordings of monks, or in this case nuns, singing medieval chant seem to come along in cycles, garner lots of publicity, and then retreat into the woodwork from whence they came as people get tired of the relatively simple background-music attraction and find little more than that in them. This album of Lenten music, by a group of nuns in a Missouri convent, is not of a fundamentally different kind than the others, but it has several points in its favor. First of all, the feminine gender is not so common. Second, the ...

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  1. Jesus, My Love
  2. Christus factus est
  3. God of Mercy and Compassion
  4. Hosanna to the Son of David
  5. Jesu dulcis amor meus
  6. Jesu, salvator mundi
  7. Popule meus
  8. On the Way of the Cross
  9. Pueri Hebraeorum, motet for 4 voices (from Motets Book II for 4 voices)
  10. O Sacred Head, hymn
  11. Adoramus te Christe, antiphon for Good Friday
  12. Stabat Mater
  13. Divine Physician
  14. Vexilla regis
  15. Mother of Sorrows
  16. Vere languores nostros
  17. Tenebrae factae sunt, responsory
  18. O Come and Mourn With Me Awhile
  19. Adoramus te Christe, for chorus & organ
  20. Crux fidelis
  21. All Glory, Laud and Honor
  22. Ave Regina caelorum
  23. My Mercy
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