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This CD contains beautifully recorded hymns to Our Lady done on location at La Salette Boy's Academy. Many of the selections highlight not only the vocal talent, but instrumental talent as well. On a few selections, even the polyphonic harmony was composed by students
Order your copy today and be as impressed as the following customer:
"Dear Father McMahon,
I received and thoroughly enjoyed your CD The Marian Year In Song. It far exceeded my expectations and the Gregorian Chant pieces were some of the finest I have ever heard, beautifully and masterfully executed. . . . Please send me two more of the CDs as I want to give them as gifts to my children."
Detailed Track List
1. Magnificat (polyphonic)
2. Gabriel's Message
3. Flos ut Rosa Floriut
4. Concordi Laetitia
5. Memento Rerum Conditor
6. O Sanctissima (instrumental)
(piano) 7. Creator Alme Siderum
8. Alma Redemptoris Mater
9. Virgo Dei Genitrix
10. Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)
11. The Sorrowful Queen
12. Stabat Mater Dolorosa
13. Ave Maria, Virgo Clara
14. Adoramus Te, Christe
15. Ave Maria (Zoltan Kodaly)
16. Introit, Feast of the Immaculate Heart
17. Gradual, Feast of the Immaculate Heart
18. Communion, Feast of the Immaculate Heart
19. Regina Caeli
20. Flos Carmeli
21. Ave Regina Caelorum (simple)
22. Ave Regina Caelorum (solemn)
23. Jubilate Deo (Mozart)
24. Ave Maris Stella (polyphonic)
25. O Mary of Graces
26. Faith of Our Fathers
27. La Salette Alma Mater
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