Amida Hymns: 13 Short Worshipful Buddhist Anthems for Chorus SATB a Capella
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SKU: A0.939716

Composed by Richard St. Clair. 20th Century,A Cappella,Contemporary,Praise & Worship,Sacred. Octavo. 26 pages. Richard St. Clair #3002307. Published by Richard St. Clair (A0.939716).

These short Buddhist anthems (ranging from about 45 seconds to 1 1/2 minutes duration) are choral settings of poems (wasan) by the great Jodo Shinshu Buddhist luminary, Shinran Shonin (Japan, 1173-1262). Each one celebrates the aspects of the miraculous saving Light of the Buddhist Savior, Amida Buddha. The MP3 Audio Clip is a computer-generated soundfile of the concluding anthem (no. 13). Total duration of the series, about 14 minutes. The style of the music is completely tonal with conventional rhythms, suitable for performance by amateur groups or professional choirs alike.

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