dear friends,

we are happy to invite you to listen to the reconstructed beneventan chant repertory which were discovered thanks to local notated sources preserved at the biblioteca capitolare. Our cultural association "Orbisophia" (Benevento) together with its Schola Cantorum work to divulgate and promote this unique repertory thanks to the collaboration with Prof. Matthew Peattie and based on his splendid edition. But we are open to collaborate and to meet all researchers in this field. 

welcome to Orbisophia and listen the beneventan chant - click here (youtube channel).

«Multos infirmos» at the church of Santa Sofia (Benevento)


Listen to an audio file:

alleluia. maria vidit angelorum

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