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Cantus Ordinis Cisterciensis

Ce groupe voudrait contribuer à faciliter la recherche sur les chants cistercien primitif et bernardin, à en faire connaître les spécificités et les richesses.

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Free Book for the Cistercian liturgy

Started by Dominique Gatté Aug 5, 2019. 0 Replies

 Merci d'avanceSupport/Soutien MM et MMMO (2019)  Suite à plusieurs demandes, je vous offre la…Continue

Morimondo : liturgical Mss on-line

Started by Dominique Gatté. Last reply by franco ackermans Jul 16, 2019. 1 Reply

Manuscrits liturgiques de l’abbaye cistercienne Sainte-Marie de Morimondo :…Continue

Tarragona : Again a new Cistercian Polyphony

Started by Dominique Gatté. Last reply by Michael Shields May 16, 2018. 5 Replies

Le Ms 54 de ma Biblioteca Pública del Estado de Tarragona est recueil factice de l'abbaye…Continue

Early Cistercian antiphonary (Manuscrits de la Fille-Dieu de Romont online)

Started by Dominique Gatté Mar 22, 2018. 0 Replies

E-codices vient de mettre en ligne 4 manuscrits cisterciens de l'abbaye de la Fille-Dieu de Romont, dont un des plus anciens témoins connus du chant cistercien.…Continue

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Comment by Dominique Gatté on July 19, 2015 at 17:39

CHARLEVILLE-MÉZIÈRE, Bibliothèque centrale

Ms 155

Comment by Dr Peter Kwasniewski on January 14, 2015 at 0:43

Dear Lovers of Cistercian Chant,

I am one of the regular writers at the blog New Liturgical Movement. Recently I put up for sale several rare traditional Cistercian chant books (Graduale Cisterciense, Vesperale, Processionale) that some of you might be interested in. Here is the link, with photos and more information:

Contact me at
Dr. Peter Kwasniewski
Comment by Karin Strinnholm Lagergren on January 23, 2012 at 7:50

I am working on a French Dominican missal from the 14th century. I wonder - since the Dominican chant traditions stems from the Cistercian - if anyone has any infomation on recent research on Dominican chant? I have consulted Delalandes book from 1949, but that is quite old so I assume that there must be more recent research concerning this subject? Grateful for all help in this matter!

Karin Strinnholm Lagergren



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