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You like our content and you want to help us keep posting (you can donate as little as 1$ ): www.patreon.com/AOTC www.subscribestar.com/AOTC ---- Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/adorationcross ---- About the chant : ---- Our knights are heading into battle, knowing that a certain death is waiting, 'Libera me Domine' translated into English as 'Deliver me, O Lord' is one of the most beautiful and beloved pieces of the Gregorian chant repertoire is the last responsory of Matins of the Dead, Libera me, Domine, which is also sung during the Absolution at the catafalque. The Roman version, certainly the best known, is one of the rare examples of a responsory with more than one verse; another very prominent example is the very first responsory of the liturgical year, Aspiciens a longe on the First Sunday of Advent. Many medieval Uses expanded Libera me by adding more verses, and there are dozens of variants recorded. ---- This chant is performed by CIRMA/ Ensemble Organum lead by …More
Irritating faux arabic interpretation.
Notes held too long, unsatisfying timings, gliding to notes, general impression of a drunken calf bawling in a field. It is supposed to be prayer sung but this is more "effect" orientated and lacks a soulful engagement. There is an urgency and desperation in the prayer that I do not hear reflected in this drawling rendition. Just my personal opinion of course.