a Benedictine monastery in Solesmes, France, known especially for the work of its monks in editing and performing Gregorian chant.
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How to use Solesmes in a sentence
Solesmes restored to the church the Gregorian chant in its purity.
It culminated in the ducal tomb at Nantes and the entombments at Solesmes.
What master, or masters, made the Solesmes groups has led to animated controversy.
Before this last move could take place, we moved again—to Solesmes, where we stayed for a fortnight and then moved to St. Hilaire.The Fifth Leicestershire | J.D. Hills
The natives of Solesmes say that at a very remote period a great painter, coming from a distance, spent some time in their town.Delsarte System of Oratory | Various