- Learn Gregorian Chant with Laus in Ecclesia, translated by a monk of Clear Creek Abbey.
- 300 pages, with color photos, diagrams, and illustrations
- 9 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches
- Free audio exercises are available here that allow the learner to hear and enter into the spirit of Gregorian chant.
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From the French volume entitled Laus in Ecclesia, (praise in the Church) by the Saint Gregoire Schola.
Translated by a monk of Clear Creek Abbey.
Paperback, 300 pages, with color photos, diagrams, and illustrations. 9 1/4 x 7 1/2
What is Gregorian Chant? This initiation course will attempt to answer this question in detail, by a theoretical, historical, and spiritual presentation of Gregorian chant, according to the Method of Solesmes. Its purpose is to provide a methodical apprenticeship for chant, and beyond this, to renew its practice in the Church.
Each of the 15 lessons teaches chant theory, assists with practical vocal or rhythmic exercises, and offers a written assignment. To enroll in a correspondence course and have your assignments graded, visit lausinecclesia.com. Free audio exercises are available here that allow the learner to hear and enter into the spirit of Gregorian chant.
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Here is a sample of the Gregorian Chant as sung at Clear Creek Abbey: