Linton: Pange lingua gloriosi

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Linton: Pange lingua gloriosi

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One of the most famous hymns of the late Middle Ages, St. Thomas Aquinas’ Pange lingua gloriosi is given here a thrilling new setting by composer Michael Linton. Scored for two antiphonal string orchestras, winds and organ and originally composed in 2003 to Joseph Bottum’s partial English translation, the hymn is here sung in its original Latin. Intended for use on Maundy Thursday (the Thursday of Holy Week on which The Last Supper is remembered), it is one of a set of three extended processionals Linton wrote for use by the volunteer singers in churches where he served as choir director.

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