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From Early Dawn... Until Late at Night / Maulbronn Chamber Choir
Orlando di Lasso, Joseph Rheinberger, Arvo Paert
From Early Dawn... Until Late at Night / Maulbronn Chamber Choir
Genre: Classical
 
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A daily musical routine according to the tradition of horary prayers, recorded at the UNESCO monument Monastery Maulbronn. The tradition of horary prayers (particularly Complet) is still cultivated for certain occasions t...  more »

      
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A daily musical routine according to the tradition of horary prayers, recorded at the UNESCO monument Monastery Maulbronn. The tradition of horary prayers (particularly Complet) is still cultivated for certain occasions today at the Evangelical Seminary, supporter of the cloister concerts and the Maulbronn Chamber Choir. It therefore stands to reason that the liturgical form of the horary prayers be transfused to a musical, clerical programme. Of course, it is not possible to feature the complete horary prayer texts as choir compositions. In such, the programme?s concept is based on the adoption of integral liturgy components from every horary prayer by textually identical or paraphrased choir compositions. Each horary prayer contains an hourly text, a psalm prayer, and a canticle from the New Testament. Thus, Zacharia?s Benedictus or the Te Deum is the designated canticle in the morning prayer; the vesper includes the Magnificat (Maria?s canticle), and the canticle in Complet is Simeon?s canticle (Nunc dimittis).

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