Cappella Caeciliana, The Priests & Sir James MacMillan | Ut Omnes Unum Sint

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Ut Omnes Unum Sint

by Cappella Caeciliana, The Priests & Sir James MacMillan

Sir James MacMillan conducts Cappella Caeciliana and The Priests in his composition "Ut Omnes Unum Sint", commissioned by Cappella Caeciliana to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
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Northern Ireland choir Cappella Caeciliana commissioned Ut omnes unum sint to mark the choir’s 20th anniversary. The seven minute composition is written for eight-part choir, with solo sections written for the choir's founder members The Priests. It is dedicated to the choir’s musical director, Donal McCrisken. The work was first performed in Edinburgh in November 2015, and the Irish premiere of the composition took place in Belfast in March 2016, both conducted by the composer.

The text (John 17:23) is Christ’s exhortation that his followers all be one, and is of special relevance to this cross-community choir based in Belfast:

"And not only for them do I pray, but also for them who through their word will believe in me; that they may all be one, as you, Father, in me and I in you; that they also may be one in us; that the world may believe that you have sent me."

This recording was made in the Good Shepherd Church, Belfast, on 12 March 2016. Recording engineering and production - Stephen Hamill.

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