Early Roman Catholic Church Song Generator

Gregorian Chant first came to exist in the 9th and 10th centuries in Western and Central Europe, and were named after the Pope St. Gregory the Great (540-604 A.D). These chants are performed A Capella, without musical support, and sung in Latin. Latin had been the language in use throughout the Roman Catholic Church almost since its foundation. When the Second Vatican Council introduced the use of native language in the Mass instead of Latin, in 1962, the tradition of Gregorian Chants started to decline. Today, Gregorian Chants are rarely sung during offices anymore, but can be heard in some retired monasteries. The sound created by the Monks performing Gregorian Chants, transports you to a time long gone.

The sound quality on this generator is amazing. You will be able to hear the chanting lightly echoing off the pillars and rafters. Two recording locations have been used, one close to the singers, and one at the rear of the church, at a great distance from the choir. Those recordings have been made available by means of separate sliders, allowing you to adjust the reverberation level to your liking. Enjoy!

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