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by Jean Di Marino, May 26, 2009
The sound of monks chanting is unlike any other musical sound.
For one group of monks that sound has also brought glory as the CD of their chants topped music charts around the world.
Independent producer, Jean Di Marino takes us to Florence where she took a crash course in latin and hallelujahs.
Click play on the audio player above to hear what she has to say about the art of chanting.
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