Gregorian chant displays a unique ekvilibrium of aesthetic and functional aspects. With its single vocal line, it amounts to more than just music accompanying the act of Christian worship, as is the case of several sacred music genres dating from later periods. The two components yield
an unique blend of music and word which represents one of the characteristic elements of Western Christianity. This recording was made by Schola Gregoriana Pragensis with their artistic director David Eben in1997.
The view over the musical variety and riches of Gregorian chant within the framework of each liturgical season.