Is it a real Gregorian Chant? Nope. For one - there are no real words in it. Honestly, I don't want a religious exaltation mucking up my fantasy world. So if you're building a historically accurate "Monk Simulator: Year of Our Lord 882!", just move on. The other reason this isn't real is I never learned how to read that notation. There are insufficient sticks for the rhythms in the notation... I know, there is a real convention that you can learn. I just grabbed a few pieces of the sheet music from the 1200s, and guessed at how to do it. Sounds reasonable enough to me! (says the guy who knows virtually nothing about the art)
It includes the main track as well as several individual parts so you can make your own mixes.
Creative Commons By Attribution 3.0.pdf Gregorian Chant - Drone.wav Gregorian Chant - Extra Bells.wav Gregorian Chant - Higher Octave.wav Gregorian Chant - Lower Octave.wav Gregorian Chant.wav