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French Benedictine Nuns Release 7,000 Hours of Gregorian Chant

Every day for three years, US musician John Anderson is recording the daily plainchant sung by a community of 45 nuns, who live in seclusion at the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Fidélité of Jouques, near Aix-en Provence in southern France. The result is 7,000 hours of chants which make up the entire Gregorian repertoire, some of which have never been recorded before.

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