It is sung by the choir as the body is being taken out of the church. In the Masses for the dead, this antiphon is sung in procession on the way from the final blessing of the corpse in church to the graveyard where burial takes place. The Gregorian melody for In paradisum is in the Mixolydian mode. The special nature of this mode — with its lowered seventh degree, which makes it different from the modern major mode — is heard twice in this melody at cadences on the words Chorus Angelorum and quondam paupere. The melodic highpoint in this setting comes on the name of Lazarus , the poor beggar in Luke's Gospel.
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However, delays in postal and courier services mean that deliveries are currently taking longer than usual. This page lists all recordings of In paradisum by Gregorian Chant. This release includes a digital booklet. Benedictine Monks Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results. Results per page:. Awards Award Winners 1. Number of Discs 1 Disc 7 2 Discs 1. View full details Read reviews Listen to samples.
The Road to Paradise. Gabrieli Consort, Paul McCreesh. The recital's radiant heart is Sheppard's Media Vite, but there are more highlights to come, including an outstanding reading of Holst's Nunc Dimittis, the flowing textures of Harris's Bring Add download to basket.
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Reading these beautiful words helped say my good byes to my friend dear Marnie as we called her. The emotions were there but not released. The second anniversary of Homers passing is. Just two day s away. April 9 and reading these words also helped me connect so to speak with his entering Paradise. I thank you for sharing The beautiful chant.