O Salutaris Hostia

R 35.00

O Salutaris Hostia is sung in Latin and translates to “O Saving Victim” or “O Saving Sacrifice”. It forms part of one of the Eucharistic hymns written by St Thomas Aquinas for the Feast of Corpus Christi. He wrote it for the Hour of Lauds in the Divine Office. It is actually the last two stanzas of the hymn Verbum supernum prodiens and is used for the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

This setting of this text is vibrant, colourful and truly remarkable work. It is well suited for the advanced choir and challenges both chorister and conductor with varying time signatures and rhythmical passages. Perfect for both the concert as well as the competition setting

Description

Zander Fick graduated from the University of Pretoria, with his honours in chemical Engineering, in 2014 and is now practising as an Actuarial Analyst at the Business Science Corporation. As a musician, Zander has, to date, arranged more than 150 popular or “Sêrenade” works. He has also written various original classical pieces for choir and chamber orchestra, which are published through the international publishing house, Waltons. Since 2010 Zander has been involved in the coaching of a wide array of Male and Female ensembles from the University of Pretoria and the University of Potchefstroom.

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