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MUSIC FROM ST. PETER’S UNIVERSITY SCHOLA..Peaceful moments.

Last April, we launched our first virtual choir project, Coldplay’s “Fix You.” This was our way of honoring the graduating seniors in our choir.

Four months later, with the pandemic still in our midst, we would like to share our latest offering: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Pie Jesu” from his Requiem. We decided to put together this virtual choir rendition as our way of showing our solidarity through music, and a prayer for our University community during these difficult times.

I would like to thank all those who participated in this special project: students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guest musicians of the University. Thank you for helping us maintain the choir community alive during social distancing. I cannot wait to make more music with all of you again soon.

Gratefully,
Joseph Legaspi
University Director of Music

Pie Jesu,
Qui tollis peccata mundi
Dona eis requiem.

Agnus Dei,
Qui tollis peccata mundi,
Dona eis requiem,
Sempiternam
Requiem.

_________

Merciful Jesus
Who takes away the sins of the world
Give them rest.

Lamb of God,
Who takes away the sins of the world
Give them rest,
Everlasting
Rest.
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Saint Peter’s University Schola

First sing-through of Paulo K Tiról’s Saint Peter’s Mass

SENT TO US BY:
Prof. Jon D. Boshart, Ph.D.
Department of Fine Arts, Chair
Professor of Art History
Director, Metropolitan Seminars
Co-director, Asian Studies Program

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