Links

The Oratory Birmingham - Blessed John Henry Newman Institute of Liturgical Music

The Institute provides a general formation in liturgical music for clergy and laity alike. It shows how music has a structural role in the liturgy and its history in the Latin rite. The Institute aims to assist in the formation and training of choirs to sing chant and sacred polyphony, and to support other musicians taking part in Sunday worship in parishes.

http://www.oratorymusic.org.uk

The Schola Gregoriana of Stamford

Please see the music page on St Mary's web site for further information, or contact Helen Drake on 01780-763443.

http://www.stamfordstmary.com/music-at-st-marys.html

Gregorian Chant Network

The Gregorian Chant Network exists to coordinate the promotion of Gregorian Chant in the context of the Catholic Liturgy.

http://gregorianchantnetwork.blogspot.co.uk/

Musica Sacra

Church Music Association of America's website which contains hundreds of downloads of sacred music.

http://www.musicasacra.com

Database of Melodies and Texts of Gregorian Chant

http://www.globalchant.org/

Association for Latin Liturgy.

Promotes the use of Latin and Chant with the Ordinary Form Missal of the Catholic Church.

http://www.latin-liturgy.org.uk/

Latin Mass Society (of England and Wales).

Promotes the use of Latin and Chant with the Extraordinary Form Missal of the Catholic Church.

http://www.latin-mass-society.org/

St Peter's Abbey, Solesmes, France.

The abbey responsible for the publication of the Catholic Church's Chant books.

http://www.solesmes.com/

Pluscarden Abbey, Scotland.

The only abbey of monks in the UK to have all its services in Latin, and sung to the Chant.

http://www.pluscardenabbey.org/

St Cecilia's Abbey, Ryde, Isle of Wight.

The only abbey of nuns in the UK to have all its services in Latin, and sung to the Chant.

http://www.stceciliasabbey.org.uk/

Oxford Gregorian Chant Society.

Exists to give glory to God by singing the Chant to the highest possible standards, in the contexts for which it was composed. Open to male students resident in Oxford.

http://oxfordgregorianchant.blogspot.com

Gregoire

Sheet music editing software for Gregorian Chant.

http://gregoire.tele.free.fr/

St Meinrad Archabbey, Indiana, USA.

Gregorian Chant as standard type fonts for use in word processing programs.

http://www.saintmeinrad.edu/the-monastery/liturgical-music/downloads/

St Michael's Abbey, Farnborough.

The Abbey Press publishes books on the Chant.

http://www.farnboroughabbey.org/

Herald.

Has recorded the Schola's CDs.

http://www.heraldav.co.uk/

Schola Sanctae Arildae.

A mixed-voice schola singing chant in the Bath / Bristol area

www.arilda.org

Hear the Chant in action every Sunday at these churches

(list only includes those best known and is by no means exhaustive):

Westminster Cathedral
Brompton Oratory
Birmingham Oratory
Oxford Oratory

Churches where the Chant is sung regularly

(this list is in its infancy - please contact us if you have any additions to it)

Holy Cross Priory Church, Leicester
Our Lady and the English Martyrs, Cambridge
St Barnabas' Cathedral,Nottingham
St Mary's, Cadogan Street, Chelsea, London SW3 2QR
St Peter's, Winchester, Portsmouth Diocese (2nd Sunday each month)
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool. (Wednesdays 17.15)
St Mary's Church, Stamford, Lincolnshire
Saint Michael's Abbey, Farnborough
Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight
St Cecilia's Abbey, Isle of Wight
St Mary's, Gosport (Franciscans of the Immaculate, Friars and Nuns)
St William of York, Reading (every Sunday)

Gregorian Chant in Orkney

http://orkneychant.blogspot.com/