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The Gregorian Singers

Minneapolis, MN      

The Gregorian Singers, under the direction of its founder, Monte Mason, is an ensemble that has been dedicated to high standards of music for over 40 years. The fourteen-voice ensemble has sung at the American Choral Directors’ national conference, a regional convention of the American Guild of Organists, a concert series at St. John’s Cathedral, Denver, and at the 2003 National Convention of the Episcopal Church. It has received radio airtime in Minnesota and nationally, and is known for its broad repertoire, including chant and other early music, shape-note hymns, Norwegian folk-hymns, as well as newly-commissioned works. 

To Be Sung on the Water

By Samuel Barber
Performance by the Gregorian Singers

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O virtus sapientiae

Text by Hildegard von Bingen
Performed by The Gregorian Singers

Soloists:
Gabrielle Doran (Soprano), Elina Kala (Alto), Nicholas Karageorgiou (Tenor), and Kevin Seal (Bass)

Translation by Kate Brown:

O strength of Wisdom
who, circling, circled,
enclosing all
in one life-giving path,
three wings you have:
one soars to the heights,
one distils its essence upon the earth,
and the third is everywhere.
Praise to you, as is fitting,
o Wisdom

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Owls (An Epitaph)

By Edward Elgar
Performance by the Gregorian Singers

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