The Monastry of Sound

The story of the Gregorian Chant as told by Fr Karl and the Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz in Austria. Their music  became the CD project Chant-music for paradise a world-wide smash hit last year. What is it about this that feeds the soul in a way which makes some of our modern worship music look like self indulgent rock parody?

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Filed under Christianity, faith, liturgical music, music, Prayer, religion, sacred music

4 responses to “The Monastry of Sound

  1. Pixie Melfi

    Thanks for sharing, very peaceful. I am going to look for the CD.

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  4. Dark knight

    I am from Yellowstone. I have worked for years to get the wolf back into our lives. This is a great view. Thank you Bob for your time.

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