Locus iste

for SSATBB choir a cappella

This original anthem is suitable for all occasions and offers a gentle, contemporary setting of the text used by Anton Bruckner in his well-known composition of the same name composed in 1869.

“This place was made by God,
a priceless sacrament;
it is without reproach.”

Genesis 28:16
Exodus 3:5

SKU: ROC-001 Categories: ,
Descriptive Tags:American, Benediction, Blessing, Celebratory, Christian, Collection, Comfort, Community, Devotion, Ethereal, Inspiration, Liturgical text, Metaphysical, Peace, Prayer, Reverence, Scriptural text
Difficulty:Medium
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Instrumentation:A Cappella
Language:Latin
Season or Event:Blessing, Communion, Compline, Concert, Divine Liturgy, Evensong, General, Love, Mass
Voicing:SSATBB

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