- The Gregorian Repertory

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This database contains the latin chants of the Mass and Divine Office from the Gregorian repertory with translations and additional information about each of the chants. More information...

  1. Scriptural passages in the Bible, links to the scriptural passage in the Bible, Morphological analysis
  2. Identification number (CAO), mode, annotation
  3. a. Indication of the liturgical location within the Post Conciliar (Vatican II) liturgical calendar
    b. Indication of the liturgical location of the chant in the Antiphonale Missarum Sextuplex (Carolingian period)
  4. Theological Commentary
  5. Music analyses and semiological commentary
  6. Media files (Schola or Cantor)
  7. Media files (diverse settings/arrangements)
  8. Links to editions of modern notation (liturgical books, single pages)
  9. Links to databases
  10. Links to digitalised medieval codices containing the current chant
  11. Links to polyphonic compositions that use the current chant
  12. Secondary literature

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Volume of Data

  • 10,164 latin chants
  • 10,159 german translations
  • 4,783 french translations
  • 77 english translations
  • 5,459 links of the chant texts to 65 biblical books
  • 59,300 links of the chant texts to 435 publications and music editions
  • 2 media files

News

• 2020,07: Inga Behrendt, Conference Poster “News at https://gregorien.info/”, International Conference of the Study Group Cantus Planus / International Musicological Society, 15.-19. July 2020 at the Masaryk University in Telč.

• 2019,08: New! Translations of the chant texts into English by Dr. Kate Helsen, London, Ontario, Canada.