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All but the last of these chants, the Domine Savlam Fac, are to be found in the Liber Usualis (LU), which can be downloaded (coutesy of the Church Music Association of America, CMAA).
The Asperges, Vidi Aquam and Mass Ordinaries can be found conveniently in the Kyriale, also from the CMAA site.
(For a full list of the CMAA's downloadable chant books see here.)
John Tennant's Gregorian Chant CD, in MP3 format.
Asperges Liber Usualis (LU) p11
Vidi Aquam LU p12
Mass I: Lux et origo
(for Paschal Time) LU pp16-19
Kyrie fons bonitatis (for First Class Feasts) LU pp19-22
Cunctipotens Genitor Deus (for Second Class Feasts) LU pp25-28
Cum jubilo (for feasts of the Blessed Virgin) LU pp40-43
Orbis factor (for Sundays throughout the Year) LU pp46-48
(For the Sundays of Advent & Lent) LU pp60-62
Deus Genitor alme (for the ferias of Advent & Lent, as well as for Vigils, Ember Days, and Rogations Days) LUpp62-63
Other Chants from the Liber Usualis (with page references)
Domine salvam fac
(from Plainsong for Schools, Volume I, p89)