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"Salve festa dies"
This Programme consists of both Latin and Polish chants for Easter.

1.

Regina Cœli - Easter anthem from the Codex beati Humberti de Romanis, St. Sabina, Rome, 1253

2.

Salve Festa Dies - procession with Polish text (XIV cent.) taken from J. Surzyński's "Polish chants of Catholic Church from the earliest times till the end of the VXI cent"., Poznań, 1891;

3.

Kyrie in minoribus festis duplicibus from the Graduale Monasticum Clarisiense, Kraków, 1257

4.

Christ the Lord has resurrected – Easter chant from the songbook of Peter Artomius, 1587

5.

Hæc dies - graduale for Easter Sunday from the Graduale Monasticum Clarisiense, Kraków, 1257

6.

Alleluia for Easter Sunday from the Graduale Monasticum Clarisiense, Kraków, 1257

7.

Victime Paschali laudes- Easter seqence from the Graduale Cisterciense
Henryków, 1381-1387

8.

Sequentia sancti Evangelii secundum Matthæum

9.

Alleluia

10.

Let us offer the glory with faith - Polish translation of the sequence Victime Paschali laudes from M. M. Mioduszewski's "Church's songbook, that is religious chants with melodies [...]", 1838

11.

Credo tempore paschali- Credo composed on the basis the melodies of several Easter chants by Rafael of Stawiszyn in 1560 (from the manuscript from the library of the Franciscan Order of the St. Bernard monastery in Kraków.)

12.

Surrexit Christus hodie- motetus from Graduale Monasticum P.P. Klarysek
Kraków, 1257

13.

Ad cœnam Agni providi- vesperal hymnus for Easter

14.

Benedicamus Domino – organum from the Graduale Monasticum Clarisiense, Stary Sącz, XV cent. [ download mp3 file - 746 kB ]

15.

Salve Regina - anthem to Holy Mary from the Codex beati Humberti de Romanis, St. Sabina, Rome, 1253

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