Agnus Dei by Ivo Antognini

Here's a lovely contemporary Agnus Dei by the Italian Swiss composer Ivo Antognini. Performed by the Girls' Choir of the Koper Music School in Slovenia, it is very quiet at the opening, so don't hesitate to turn up the volume on your device.
You can learn more about Antognini from his website. Interestingly, he came to choral composing via a children's choir amd consequently has written a great deal of music for treble voices.

My apologies for the gap in posting, but I was out in the great state of California, eating, drinking, mingling, and having the pleasure of some time with composer Frank La Rocca (more to come on that in the future).


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