Lauda Sion Salvatorem
Lisi Sterndorfer     13/07/2009 02:42
The seminarians of Ecône sing.
Lauda Sion Salvatórem
Lauda ducem et pastórem
In hymnis et cánticis.
Quantum potes, tantum aude: Quia major omni laude, Nec laudáre súfficis. Laudis thema speciális, Panis vivus et vitális, Hódie propónitur. Quem in … [More]
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alix emilia         30/06/2011 22:43
muy bonito canto...muchas gracias.
cyprian         06/03/2010 05:54
Bärenstark!! Man denkt zuerst an die Fronleichnamssequenz und die dazu bekannte Melodie. Hat man bei diesem clip dann erst mal kapiert, dass es eine andere Version ist, dann gehen einem die Ohren auf für diese schöne Interpretation!
Sevoschu         15/07/2009 07:43
Das ist doch das herrliche Kleinwalsertal an der Grenze zu Österreich, wo die Piusbruderschaft eine Kapelle betreut, oder?
EJGCatholic         13/07/2009 12:32
"ielleicht ist die Komposition aus Frankreich?"
holyrope1         13/07/2009 12:13
Thank you!
Is it any wonder that we hear "that the most holiest of people came from living in the mountain regions?"
Gunther Maria Michel         13/07/2009 11:22
Das Lauda Sion wird hier wie eine Antiphon gesungen. Es ist nicht gregorianisch, aber schön.
Ich höre das Lauda Sion in dieser Vertonung jedes Jahr an Mariä Himmelfahrt in der Kathedrale von Chartres, wo es ebenfalls sehr schön klingt. Vielleicht ist die Komposition aus Frankreich?
EJGCatholic         13/07/2009 10:10
very nice, done in a 'traditional' French/Swiss Hymn style, though not ' 'Traditional Chant' as the title says, (Despite it being SSPX )
ACLumsden         13/07/2009 09:38
I am affraid this is quite different to the "traditional latin chant"! 1. This is not a chant (as in the traditional sense); 2. It is not modal. 3. It is not found in the Gradule Romanum.
The real chant entitled 'Lauda Sion' is to be found in the Graduale Romanum immediately after the Alleluia in the Proper for Corpus Christi. It is in mode VII.
Therefore the Description for this videoought not to be "Traditional latin chant'.
Nevertheless, it is lovely, thanks.
pina         13/07/2009 07:36
sehr schön gesungen und herrliche bilder [More]
ursula         13/07/2009 07:03
wunderschön [More]
louisa         13/07/2009 03:26
Wunderschön, es erhebt die Seele zu Gott. DANKE.