The Album of Harpa Dei – “Ego sum Alpha et Omega” – represents musically the design of God, who wanted to take human flesh in order to redeem man. With exclusively Gregorian songs – starting with the clamor “Rorate Caeli”; that is to say: / “Drop down you Heavens the Just”/ -,the liturgical music leads us through the salvific events of the Incarnation of the Son of God, his Birth, Public Life, Passion and Glorification, closing with an antiphon that refers to the Return of Jesus at the End of Time: / “Behold, the Lord will come, and all the saints with him… ”/. The number of songs is in honor of the 33 years of the earthly life of Jesus.
We invite the listener to accompany us on this musical path, and to open himself to the holiness of the songs. Indeed, The unique beauty of the Gregorian chants, this great treasure of the Church, is the presence of the Holy Spirit in them… It is He who wants to touch the depths of our being, so that we may perceive how God’s love comes to meet us in the Sacred Music. We hope that these recordings may help to rediscover the almost lost treasure of Gregorian music!