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O salutaris hostia

Composer: Simone Campanini

 

Words from composer:

Can singing be an instrument of contemplation? O salutaris hostia tries to answer this question with simple means, without any dramaturgy, but rather by looking in the words of Thomas Aquinas—and above all, in their sound—for the deep inspiration of the Spirit, so that the soul can find the condition for letting oneself be pervaded by the saving mystery of the Eucharist.

This piece was given the third prize in the Japan International Choral Composition Competition 2018

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Description

Composer: Simone Campanini
Parts: SATB
Accompaniment: A cappella
Language: Latin
Performance duration: 3’20”
Pages: 8

Reference Video

==Performance Information==
Conductor: Ko Matsushita
Choir: The Metropolitan Chorus of Tokyo
International Choral Composition Competition Japan 2018 3rd Prize