The Gregorian Melody: The Expressive Power of the Word

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Translated into English by Father Stephen Concordia, O.S.B., of Saint Vincent Archabbey, this work of Alberto Turco can now be made available to a much broader audience. Monsignor Turco is a priest of the Diocese of Verona Italy, and is one of the leaders in the fields of Gregorian chant scholarship and performance. This book is a resource of music pedagogy that focuses on one of the most ancient musical repertoires honored by the church and music historians. The material included in this book lays out the elements of the Gregorian melody through a careful analysis of first principles. It is useful as an introduction to Gregorian chant and for helping readers to understand the Gregorian melody. Readers of all levels may turn to this book to sign the liturgical chant with a deepened appreciation for the expressive power of the Word.

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Translated into English by Father Stephen Concordia, O.S.B., of Saint Vincent Archabbey, this work of Alberto Turco can now be made available to a much broader audience. Monsignor Turco is a priest of the Diocese of Verona Italy, and is one of the leaders in the fields of Gregorian chant scholarship and performance. This book is a resource of music pedagogy that focuses on one of the most ancient musical repertoires honored by the church and music historians. The material included in this book lays out the elements of the Gregorian melody through a careful analysis of first principles. It is useful as an introduction to Gregorian chant and for helping readers to understand the Gregorian melody. Readers of all levels may turn to this book to sign the liturgical chant with a deepened appreciation for the expressive power of the Word.

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Weight .8 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .75 in