從Delerium的"平地"和"隱喻"中識別這些格里高利頌歌樣本


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在Delerium的Semantic Spaces專輯中,有幾首歌曲使用格列高利聖歌的樣本。

我想識別以下示例,以便我可以找到並收聽完整的格里高利聖歌:

平地

隱喻

儘管我不懂拉丁語,所以我對如何識別那些格里高利聖歌一無所知。有人知道樣品來自什麼格里高利聖歌/歌曲嗎?

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I can't tell you the recordings or performers, but I recognize the chants.

The first is the incipit (beginning) of the Introit Roráte caeli de super, "Drop down, ye heavens, from above" (Isaiah 45:8), sung during the pre-Christmas season.

The second sounds like a mash of two samples. I can't make out the first ("oooh"), but the second ("aaah") is a clip from the opening word of the Offertory Ave María, "Hail, Mary". (Luke 1:28).

The third is from the Offertory De profúndis, sung in the requiem mass for the dead: "De profúndis clamávi ad te, Dómine", "Out of the depths have I cried unto Thee, O Lord." (Psalm 129:1 Septuagint / Psalm 130:1 Hebrew)