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Slik lyder dagen introitus/ inngangsvers:

Ad te levavi animam meam: Deus meus, in te confido, non erubescam: neque irrideant me inimici mei: etenim universi, qui te exspectant non confundentur. — Vias tuas, Domine, demonstra mihi: et semitas tuas edoce me. Gloria Patri …. Ad te levavi animam meam: Deus meus, in te confido, non erubescam: neque irrideant me inimici mei: etenim universi, qui te exspectant non confundentur.

Til deg løfter jeg min sjel, min Gud; til deg setter jeg min lit, og jeg skal ikke bli til skamme. La ikke mine fiender håne meg. Ingen som trøster seg til deg, går skuffet bort.

På www.chiesa skriver dirigenten for koret vi hører over, Fulvio Rampi:

Among the many ways of wishing a happy Sunday, I believe that one of these is to share, with those who would like to do so, some reflections on the Gregorian introit of the Mass of the day.

In the singing of the introit that opens the celebration, through the sonic exegesis of the text, we find the meaning and “color” of that Sunday, of that solemnity, of that specific feast. We discover in it the resonances that relate to the whole liturgical year, and make our own the character that the Church imprints upon it time after time.

All of this is recounted to us by a long liturgical-musical tradition, a sort of “thought in sound” and “sound in thought” that make Gregorian chant much more than a generic musical event.

What characterizes Gregorian chant is a fundamental relationship between text and music. ….

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