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Cantus Planus 2 - 3 mixes

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    Cantus Planus 1236/3 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Gentle string pad under plainchant. Very gradual build in the strings
    1:53
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-08-23603
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2008
    FactoidCantus Planus means Plainchant as distinct from Cantus Figuratus which literally means florid song - i.e. song with counterpoint and harmony. Technically plainchant should always be sung in unison.
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    Cantus Planus 2 1236/27 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Simple, sparse a cappella plainchant. No strings
    1:49
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-08-23627
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2008
    FactoidTechnically plainchant should always be sung in unison. Plainchant developed into Gregorian chant, both forms are in free time, not divided into bar lengths
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    Cantus Planus 3 1236/28 Paul Mottram (PRS)
    A cappella plainchant, no strings with vocal harmony
    1:49
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    • Tempo NotesSlow
    • ISRCGB-FFM-08-23628
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2008
    FactoidThis version has added vocal harmony in 4ths. Although for purists this is wrong, we thought it sounded quite nice.
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    Brigg Fair 1804/1 10 mixes Alexander L'Estrange (PRS)
    Atmospheric, folky ethnic flute & bell fx above haunting, plainchant drone
    4:08
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    Da Vinci 1160/4 7 mixes Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Paul Mottram (PRS) | Matt Hill (PRS)
    Driving groove under monastic plainchant (uses Cantus Planus)
    4:07
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    Refractor 1434/2 15 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Serene pulsing vocals with rich strings, ethnic percussion & futuristic ambience
    4:02
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