Miserere mei, Deus

The Miserere mei, Deus by Gregorio Allegri is among the most famous choral works.

Composed in year 1638, based on a simple Gregorian chant, the piece is written using a composition technique called faux-bourdon, for nine voices, a cappella.

This version by the Tenebrae Choir, filmed at St Bartholomew the Great in London, is deeply bright and inspired.

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Lauda Sion – Prelude for Brass Ensemble

I composed Lauda Sion – Prelude for Brass in 2015 for the national pilgrimage of the National Federation of Liturgical Choirs (ANCOLI) on the theme Come and praise the Lord.
This piece preceeds a motet on the Lauda Sion, text of Saint Thomas Aquinas, a sequence prescribed for the the liturgical feast of Corpus Christi. You can find the motet there.

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