The Carmelite Monks of Wyoming bring you their incredible CD of beautiful Gregorian Chants. This CD is selling thousands across the United States and is praised for the monks' peacefully refined style and obvious love of chant. Nearly an hour of the best chants in honor of the Mother of God.
I am so very happy to have ordered the monks' Chant CD. It is truly enchanting. It was wonderful to listen to in the background while wrapping Christmas gifts. It also brings back happy memories of chants the Benedictine (schoolteacher) nuns would play for us during the school day.
Thank you. It was a lovely piece of Heavenly Peace. Happy New Year! JMJ
Besides providing bonafide emotionsl and physical health benefits, listening to Gregorian Chant such as the Monks offer in their album helps draw us closer to God and brings great peace to our souls.
I listen to Catholic chanting to/from work during my 30 minute drive (emergency room RN). I wanted this cd for a while and finally purchased it. It is glorious! It affords me a peaceful transition and has not left my car CD player yet - not even to download it onto my phone! Thank you for sharing your gifts with me!
Beautiful CD of Latin chants! I have waited a long time to buy it and am very happy I did. I bought it during a very harsh situation and the chants are very soothing and uplifting towards God.
Great CD with amazing sound quality and chants. Puts you into a peaceful trance. i enjoy listening to it out in nature and while driving. It brings heaven down to earth! Just wish i could get the lyrics to pop up.
the best. when will they put out another cd with different chant's? Leroy westburgh
Wonderful to go to sleep to and set the CD player on continuous.
A gem of a chant CD. I love listening whenever I can throughout the day. Prayerful and peaceful, it's a delight to the spiritual senses! -Marguerite
I set this as my ringtone in the morning, and instead of waking up to a beeping alarm, I am peacefully greeted by the beautiful Ave Maria chant, and it is a wonderful start to my day!
As someone who has as a music degree and has been singing Gregorian Chant for Mass almost every Sunday for the past 6+ years, I have a deep love for the chant. Although the monks are not professional musicians, it comes through on this recording very clearly that they are praying and not simply performing. Their love for the Blessed Virgin Mary is also very clear too. If there's one criticism I can make, it's that the chants are presented as an assortment rather than in the order in which they would be sung during the Mass/Divine Office. I would love it if the monks were to record another album which included, perhaps, Lauds and Vespers or the entire Mass (Propers, Ordinary, etc.). It would make good listening in the car to and from work.