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The Gregorian chant has been a part of Catholicism since at least the ninth century, and continues to be embraced at Catholic monasteries in the 1990s. One such monastery is the Monasterio de Santo Domingo de Silos, located in northwestern Spain. It was at that monastery that this enriching collection of Gregorian chants was recorded by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos. One needn't be Catholic to appreciate the richness of Verbum Caro Factum Est, Imroperium, Veni Sancte Spiritus, Spiritus Domani, and other ...

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  1. Puer natus est nobis, introit in mode 7
  2. Os iusti, gradual in mode 1
  3. Christus factus est, gradual in mode 5 (Liber Usualis, No 655)
  4. Mandatum novum do vobis, antiphon & Psalm 132 in Mode 3
  5. Media vita in morte sumus, responsory in mode 4
  6. Alleluia, beatus vir qui suffert, in mode 1
  7. Spiritus Domini, introit in mode 8 (Liber Usualis, No 878b)
  8. Improperium exspectavit cor meum, offertory in mode 8 for Palm Sunday
  9. Laetatus sum, gradual in mode 7 (Liber Usualis No. 560, GR 139)
  10. Kyrie XI, in mode 1
  11. Puer natus in Bethlehem, in mode 1
  12. Jacta cogitatum tuum, gradual in mode 7
  13. Verbum caro factum est, responsory in mode 8 (Liber Usualis No. 390)
  14. Genuit puerpera regen, antiphon & Psalm 99 (Mode II)
  15. Occuli omnium, gradual in mode 7
  16. Ave mundi spes Maria, sequence in modes 7 & 8
  17. Kyrie fons bonitatis, trope in mode 3
  18. Veni sancte spiritus, sequence in mode 1
  19. Hosanna filio David, antiphon in mode 7 (GR 137)
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