The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist recently released their first album of music, Mater Eucharistiae
, and it has quickly become a hit, reaching #2 on the Amazon.com bestseller's list.
Singing both a capella and with the accompaniment of organ,
trumpet, and chimes, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the
Eucharist have created a collection that is reflective of the music in
their daily community life.
This album is produced by Blanton Alspaugh, 2013 Grammy Award Winning
Classical Producer of Year. And engineered by John Newton, 3x Grammy
Here is a recent CBS News piece about the Dominican Sisters and their album:
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