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Hungarian Gregorian chants [sound recording].

Author/Creator:
Catholic Church.
Other Title:
Magyar Gregoriánum, 1.
Gregorian chants from Hungary, 1.
Medieval Christmas melodies.
A karácsonyi ünnepkör dallamai.
Publication:
Hungary : Hungaroton ; N[ew] Y[ork] : Distributed by Qualiton Imports, [197?̲]
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Subjects:
Gregorian chants.
Christmas music
Contents:
Ave spes nostra : Antiphon
Veni, Redemptor gentium : Hymn
Christus natus est novis : Invitatorium
Jubilamen [primum (Jube Domine silentium)] : Lesson
Descendit de caelis : Responsorium
Genealogia Christi : Evangelium
Lux fulgebit : Introit
Alleluja, Dominus regnavit
Eia, recolamus : Sequence
Procedentem sponsum : Benedicamus-tropus
Verbum caro factus est : Responsorium
Hodie Christus natus est : Antiphon
Dies est laetitiae : Cantio
Isten, téged dicsérünk = Te Deum.
Participant:
Schola Hungarica Ensemble ; Janka Szendrei, László Dobszay, leaders.
Notes:
Sung in Latin except the last work sung in Hungarian.
Titles on container: Gregorian chant[s] from Hungary [1] : Medieval Christmas melodies = Magyar Gregoriánum [1] : A karácsonyi ünnepkör dallamai.
Edited by Benjamin Rajeczky.
Distributor from label pasted on container.
Program notes by Rajeczky in Hungarian, English, German, and Russian on container; further notes (including sources) in Hungarian with English translations and partial German translations, and Latin texts of those works sung in Latin ([4] p. : ill.) inserted.
Also issued on compact disc (HCD 11477-2).
Recorded at the Medieval Church at Ócsa.
Contributor:
Rajeczky, Benjámin.
Dobszay, László. , Conductor
Szendrei, Janka. , Conductor
Schola Hungarica. , Performer
OCLC:
6506978
Publisher Number:
SLPX 11477 Hungaroton
HCD 11477-2 Hungaroton
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