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Gregorian chant enthusiast admits tradition can be boring without proper teaching

Ronan Reilly

GREGORIAN chant promoter Ronan Reilly is the first to admit traditional church music can seem uninspiring in the beginning. As a young Catholic, the Sacred Music Association member remembers being bored by singing chant for the Mass. He couldn’t understand why it was useful spiritually or musically to sing one syllable over and over in various tones, a music system ... Read More »

Making music for the soul

By Emilie Ng GREGORIAN chant, for several young Australian Catholic musicians in vocal group Prima Luce, is more than just an aural souvenir from the ninth century. The humble young Catholics with angelic voices have made it their mission to “resurrect sacred music” in the modern Church. Their latest revival lies in the group’s second album, a mix of popular ... Read More »

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