Gregorian Chants: Meditative Medieval Music from Hortus Musicus Trailer

Gregorian Chants: Meditative Medieval Music from Hortus Musicus Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

Making music together for more than 30 years, the Estonian performance group Horticus Musicus (Latin for "Music Garden") has distinguished itself as the oldest continuously working ensemble in Eastern Europe that specializes in early musical forms. This fascinating concert program shows off the group's unique repertoire in three different segments: "Gregorian Chant," "Medieval Music" and "Secular Music."

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