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Have you ever been crazy with interest for the Chant of the Liturgy of the Hours sung daily, in real time, in Latin, by French Benedictine monks, but can never find a website that offers it? Well, than today’s your lucky day, because the monks of the Abbaye Sainte-Madelaine du Barroux have just that. In all seriousness, though, this is a great resource if you have a devotion to the Liturgy of the Hours, or are just interested to hear how the monks have been praying for a millennia and a half. The sites are both very accessible as well.
If you’re ever looking for a poem, this site will have it. I’ve always found whatever poems I’m looking for here. It’s a great resource for all things poetry and poetic.
HERE’S a blog for all you gregorianchantophiles out there. They write about and link to all things related to Gregorian Chant. If you have any inkling or curiosity about this subject check them out.