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Tarik O'Regan

Publisher: Novello & Co

O vera digna hostia (O Thou from whom hell's monarch flies) from Sequence for St Wulfstan (2003)
Commissioned by The Vaulkhard Choral Trust for The Choir Schools' Association
Work Notes
Prize-winner in 'Concours Européen de Composition pour Choeurs et Maîtrises de Cathédrales 2003'
Text Writer
St Wulfstan
Publisher
Novello & Co Ltd
Category
Chorus a cappella / Chorus plus 1 instrument
Year Composed
2003
Duration
5 Minutes
Chorus
SATB
Language
English, Latin
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Programme Note
Tarik O'Regan O vera digna hostia (O Thou from whom hell's monarch flies) from Sequence for St Wulfstan (2003)
Latin text sourced from MS 391, p. 247: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College (the Portiforium of St Wulfstan)
Translation: J. M. Neale (1818 - 1886)

For EASTERTIDE

O vera digna hostia,
Per quam fracta [sunt] tartara,
Redem[m]pta plebs captivata,
Reddita vita[e] pr[a]emia[!]
Amen.


O Thou from whom hell's monarch flies,
O great, O very sacrifice
Thy captive people are set free,
And endless life restored in Thee!
Amen.

  • Ensemble
    Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
    Soloist(s)
    James McVinnie, organ; Rafal Jezierski, cello; Adrian Spillett, percussion; Helen Tunstall, harp
    Conductor
    Timothy Brown
    Collegium:
  • Ensemble
    Ebor Singers
    Conductor
    Paul Gameson
    Boreas:
  • Ensemble
    The Sixteen
    Conductor
    Harry Christophers
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