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AURORA SURGIT

The female Gregorian chant schola Aurora Surgit came into being in the choral singing class at the Conservatory of Rovigo thanks to the initiative of some young pupils. Its purpose is to bring Gregorian chant back to life in the places it was intended for and through up-to-date semiological and modal-aesthetic researches. Either a Cantor, for the performance of solo parts and responsories, or a male group, for the performance of antiphons, joins the female permanent group. The name of the choir comes from the hymn Aurora surgit lucida, which is sung Ad laudes matutinas (for the morning Lauds) on the feast of St Mary Magdalene.


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Role: Choir 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
ANONYMOUS Naxos
8.578044-45
Choral - Sacred
EASTER ALBUM (AN) Naxos
8.570175-76
Choral - Sacred
Ego sum Resurrectio: Gregorian Chant for the Dead Naxos
8.553192
Choral - Sacred
KLASSIK OHNE KRISE: Göttliche Gregorianik Naxos
8.551316-17
Choral - Sacred
Paschale Mysterium: Gregorian Chant for Easter Naxos
8.553697
Choral - Sacred
SAINTS AND SINNERS - The Music of Medieval and Renaissance Europe [10 CD Boxed Set] Naxos
8.501067
Choral - Sacred
ULTIMATE CHANT - Music of Ethereal Beauty Naxos
8.578007-08
Choral - Sacred
World of Early Music Naxos
8.554770-71
Choral - Secular





 
 
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