Ubi caritas

for SATB choir and piano

The text of Ubi caritas comes from an antiphon for Holy (Maundy) Thursday, during the washing of the feet. This new setting is dedicated to all of the healthcare workers, first responders, essential workers, and all those who have given so much to assist and comfort us throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The work was premiered by the Saint Mary’s University Concert Choir on April 24, 2021, in the first public performance by that ensemble in over a year, with the composer conducting.

SKU: POA-022 Categories: ,
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Voicing:SATB
Language:Latin

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