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I'll confess my bias… I am a nut for early Catholic Church music. So the very existence of a DXD recording of Gregorian chant is going to get my attention. For me at least, it's a real treat to hear this sublime spiritual music in equivalent sublime sound, which is to say, DXD from Bob Witrak at HDTT. As you can imagine, the hall (church?) ambience is there in spades. Other details abound as well. It's as perfect an instance as we're ever likely to get of this kind of music on record. I'd give it five stars except that I know this kind of music is not to everyone's taste. Their loss!
Title: Gregorian Chant (Hymns · Sequences · Responsories circa 400-1400)
Artist(s): Capella Antiqua Of Munich / Plainsong Schola, Konrad Ruhland
Recording Info: Recorded by Telefunken 1966
1 Conditor Alme Siderum
Composed By – Anonymous 2:15
2 Nato Canunt Omnia 2:20
3 Cum Natus Esset Jesus 6:27
4 Lumen Ad Revelationem + Nunc Dimittis 2:30
5 Mittit Ad Virginem
Composed By – Petrus Abaelardus 3:37
6 O Redemptor Sume Carmen 5:23
7 Surrexit Dominus Vere 6:38
8 Ad Coenam Agni Providi
Composed By – Anonymous 2:45
9 Veni Sancte Spiritus 2:35
10 Kyrie Fons Bonitatis 4:11
11 Aeterne Rerum Conditor
Composed By – Aurelius Ambrosius 3:15
12 Te Deum Laudamus 5:58