Salzinnes Saints: Plainchant from the Salzinnes Antiphonal

The sixteenth-century Salzinnes Antiphonal originates from the Cistercian abbey of Salzinnes near Namur, in present-day Belgium. It is now housed at the Patrick Power Library, Saint Mary's University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Belgian chant ensemble Psallentes explores the Sanctoral section of the manuscript - with music for the Virgin Mary and for saints including St. Andrew, St. Agnes, St. Agatha, St. Roch and St. Hubert. These comprise the finest plainchant, taken from an exceptional manuscript and exquisitely performed.

Artistic Director: Hendrik Vanden Abeele
Voices: Sarah Abrams, Lieselot DeWilde, Marion Kreike, Amélie Renglet, Barbara Somers, Sarah Van Mol, Kerlinjne Van Nevel & Veerle Van Roosbroeck

CD Includes booklet with texts in Latin, English, French and Dutch.
Manufactured in the UK

Exhibition: Centuries of Silence: The Discovery of the Salzinnes Antiphonal