The term ‘Gregorian chant’ is often used to refer generically to all the non-polyphonic repertoire of the Latin Church. This large and varied body of repertoire by no means represents a single or unified style, tradition or approach; and the performance and notational practices of Gregorian chant in current use emerged as a result of a 19th Century reform movement. This course will provide a theoretical background, and practical instruction in how to read Gregorian notation, for those who are already able to read standard musical notation.
Led by Fr. Robert Nixon, osb
The cost includes two nights' accommodation at the Monastery Guesthouse, meals and entry into the Museum and Art Gallery.
PLEASE NOTE: online bookings for this close on Monday 21 February. For bookings after this date please call the New Norcia Guesthouse on (08) 9654 8002 to ensure accommodation is still available.
- Ticket cancelled 7 days prior to the event = full refund
- Ticket cancelled within 7 days of the event = 50% refund
BOOKING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
The customer shall comply with all Government (Federal and State) requirements for entry into Western Australia or to access the New Norcia premises, event or service. Where the customer does not so comply, and cancels or is unable to access the New Norcia premises, event or service, the customer shall forfeit any and all monies paid.