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Names of churches in Rome renown for having beautiful music for mass or vespers

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One of the things we particularly enjoy when visiting Europe is attending services and hearing music in the type of setting (a religious service in a church) that it was intended for when composed. Are there any churches that are particularly well-regarded for this? The only thing I've come up with so far is the Cistercian Community of Santa Susanna which has a Gregorisn chant service at 5:00 on Sundays. Thank you.

One more thing to tag on here if you know Rome and know music. We are also looking for good, affordable classical music performances in interesting venues.

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