Chant for PeaceDeutsche Grammophon
Seven years ago the Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz in Austria became the unlikeliest of musical superstars when their album of Gregorian plainsong became a worldwide hit. Now Deutsche Grammophon presents the million-selling monks in a unique collaboration – an historic project uniting the Jewish and Christian faiths through the power of music. The new album, Chant for Peace, mixes the Cistercian brothers' ancient plainchant with Old Testament texts sung by Timna Brauer, a celebrated Jewish singer who has represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest.
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Cistercian Monks | Timna Brauer | Elias Meiri Ensemble - Chant for Peace / WFMT: New Release Of the Week
After their 2008 global hit ‘Chant,' the Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz return with a new album. ‘Chant for Peace' mixes the brothers' ancient plainchant with the Hasidic and Yemeni vocals of Timna Brauer, who represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest. For Brauer, the secret to their collaboration is that they are singing from the same hymn sheet: "The Jewish Yem...