Quam Pulchra Es by Francisco Carbonell

This flowing piece with interesting key changes and chords (but not TOO interesting) is by Francisco Carbonell and won second place in an emerging composers competition. Hailing from Valencia, Spain, Carbonell is music director and organist at St. John the Evangelist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. He studied in Rome at the Pontifical Academy of Sacred Music, as well as at the university in Valencia. You can find more of his music on YouTube, but I wanted to make sure you were introduced to him here.

Enjoy - and why not “like” him on Facebook? Or send him a note somehow letting him know you enjoy his work?

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  1. Yes! I hope we see him again at another Colloquium...

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