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by Sandra Boynton

Download Grunt: Pigorian Chant from Snouto Domoinko de Silo ePub
  • ISBN 0761105948
  • ISBN13 978-0761105947
  • Language English
  • Author Sandra Boynton
  • Publisher Workman Publishing Company; Har/Com edition (January 9, 1996)
  • Pages 28
  • Formats azw docx mobi azw
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Music
  • Size ePub 1352 kb
  • Size Fb2 1480 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 579

A delightfully silly, good-natured parody of the recording phenomenon Chant and other works that put Gregorian music on the charts, Grunt is a book and CD set that combines Sandra Boynton's inimitable way with farm animals and a satirical sense that comes deliciously out of left barn. In a far-off valley live the obeisant Domoinkan Pigs of Snouto Domoinko de Silo. Here, twelve times a day, these simple swine grunt the unadorned, ethereal music of Pigorian Chant (translation included). For occasions from the first mealtime (Op-slay ime-tay. Et's lay eat-ay. Um yay, um-yay.) to Nox Animaliae, when they're joined by all the animals in a harmony that dates back before the time of Caesar Hogustus, the pigs chant.Listen, look at Sandra Boynton's delicious illustrations, and laugh. It's what to play whenever you're feeling disgruntled.

What a surprise and pleasure to listen to now. It is like you know a little secret.

Tempus porco nihil est," or, "Time to a pig means zilch," according to Grunt: Pigorian Chant from Snouto Domoinko de Silo, a very funny takeoff on the Gregorian chant craze by Sandra Boynton, the author of Chocolate: The Consuming Passion and other droll volumes. This amusing little book, complete with a well-sung 40-minute compact disc by the Ad Hog Camerata, is a note-perfect send-up of chant and the hype that surrounds it. At the same time, the book presents the musical chronicle of a day in the life of one seriously pretentious farm. What a surprise and pleasure to listen to now.

In a far-off valley live the obeisant Domoinkan Pigs of Snouto Domoinko de Silo

In a far-off valley live the obeisant Domoinkan Pigs of Snouto Domoinko de Silo. Here, tw A delightfully silly, good-natured parody of the recording phenomenon Chant and other works that put Gregorian music on the charts, Grunt is a book and CD set that combines Sandra Boynton's inimitable way with farm animals and a satirical sense that comes deliciously out of left barn. In a far-off valley live the obeisant Domoinkan Pigs of Snouto Domoinko de Silo.

Tempus porco nihil est, or, Time to a pig means zilch, according to Grunt: Pigorian Chant from Snouto Domoinko de Silo, a very funny takeoff on the Gregorian. A delightfully silly, good-natured parody of the recording phenomenon Chant and other works that put Gregorian music on the charts, Grunt is a book and CD set that combines Sandra Boynton's inimitable way with farm animals and a satirical sense that comes deliciously out of left barn.

In a far-off valley live the obeisant Domoinkan Pigs of Snouto Domoinko de Silo.

A delightfully silly, good-natured parody of the recording phenomenon Chant and other works that put Gregorian music on the charts, Grunt is a book and CD set that combines Sandra Boynton's inimitable way with farm animals and a satirical sense that comes deliciously out of left barn. Here, twelve times a day, these simple swine grunt the unadorned, ethereal music of Pigorian Chant (translation included). For occasions from the first mealtime (Op-slay ime-tay.

Chant is a compilation album of Gregorian chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo . Puer Natus Est Nobis": Introit (Mode VII) – 3:36.

Chant is a compilation album of Gregorian chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos in Spain. The music did not sell significantly until it was re-released by Angel in 1994 when it was strongly marketed as an antidote to the stress of modern life. Chant is the best-selling album of Gregorian chant Track listing.

Chant is an album of Gregorian chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos at their .

Chant is an album of Gregorian chant, performed by the Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos at their monastery in Burgos, Spain. It was recorded in the 1970s, but did not sell significantly until it was re-released by Angel in 1994 when it was strongly marketed as an antidote to the stress of modern life. It is the best-selling album of Gregorian chant ever released. It peaked at on the Billboard 200 music chart, and was certified as triple platinum, meaning 3 million copies were sold in the United States Track listing.

A delightfully silly, good-natured parody of the recording phenomenon Chant and other works that put Gregorian music on the charts, Grunt is a book .

Chant was an album of Gregorian chants recorded decades earlier by Spain’s Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos. The record was a fairly straightforward compilation of gentle, soothing, mystical chants in Latin, and somehow it became a sales juggernaut. By May, the record made it up to Number Three on the Billboard 200, and it ultimately spent 53 weeks on the chart. It was also Number One on the Classical Albums chart and Number 17 on the Christian Albums chart. The label that released Chant, Angel Records (of course), made a music video for the track Alleluia, beatus vir qui suffert.

Pigorian chant from Snouto Domoinko de Silo.

Humor, Gregorian chants, Animals, Musical Wit and humor, Humorous music, Protected DAISY, In library. Perhaps the single most ambitious, inexplicable project in a career fraught with ambitious inexplicability: a book/CD documenting a simple day in the simple lives of the simple pigs of Snouto Domoinko de Silo. Maybe you had to be there. Pigorian chant from Snouto Domoinko de Silo.

Talk about Grunt: Pigorian Chant from Snouto Domoinko de Silo


Shakagul
If you are looking for a cute kiddie song book and CD, keep looking, unless you and the child have an appreciation for Chant, Pig Latin and humor.

I have given this to several adult friends who work in churches and they enjoyed the humor and the quality of the music. If you don't listen to the words, the chants are in the standard format and, for the most part, lovely. It is fun to see the expression on a person's face when they comment on the lovely music that's playing and you hand them the book with the lyrics.
Talvinl
This is just brilliant. The Chant is lovely, and if you follow along with the book, you'll soon be laughing yourself silly at such gems as "Margaritas ante porcos" or the sheep: "Quo vadis? Illuc venimus etiam"...
Modigas
Cute book and cd: the story of sleepy pigs in pig latin. The other barn yarders sing in real Latin. Fun, educational, and learn some Latin too. Translation is in the book. 5 stars: it's exactly what it proclaims:
Funny like in a ig-pay atin-lay ay-way.
Eigonn
This may be the first product I have ever seen (anywhere!) for which every point of view expressed by the reviewers has validity. If you have even a passing background in Latin, Gregorian chant, and the Catholic Mass (along with considerable concentration and tolerance of Pig Latin), you'll probably find this send-up of CHANT very funny. If you lack one or more of these, then you'll likely wish the tempis would fugit faster, or else you'll get up to carpe the diem elsewhere. (Either way, time for the listener had better mean zilch {grin}.)

This CD (at least in my uneducated opinion) is really satire, not comedy, and therefore not to everyone's taste (either for adults or especially for children). I too wished the send-up of "Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O" had a citation of that venerable tune (preferably in a church mode). Peter Schickele's P.D.Q. Bach wouldn't have missed the chance, precisely because the latter is comedy rather than satire. (But then, Boynton & Co. do what they do seriously and on purpose; P.D.Q. did it - in his infamous *Missa Hilarious* - by irreverent incompetence.)

That said, the straight-faced tone of the art and the music (leavened with Boynton's inimitable visual and written humor) has just the right touch for the subject, right down to the bells chiming the hours. Now if we could only persuade the author to do an album about the glories of chocolate...
Murn
Gave as a gift but listened first. Loved it so much got one 4 me and other musical friend. I also recommend listening first then reading words. Gr8 chants ommmmm
Nicearad
I was not certain what to expect when I decided to buy this CD. I tried to listen to the CD without reading the words and it was difficult to understand and truly appreciate. Once I followed the songs with the words I smiled, smiled, smiled. What a surprise and pleasure to listen to now. It is like you know a little secret. So creative. So creative. I want my sisters who used to talk pig latin to hear it. They will laugh.
Eta
Love, love, love this. A classical rift on Old McDonald. Every music or Latin teacher should have this.
I was tense the first time I listened and fell asleep. I was relaxed for the first time in two weeks. The second time, I really enjoyed the beauty of the music and the humor in the lyrics.