"We sing out the truth against hunger and hate. We sing out for justice, before it's too late!" A socially responsive text from Charles Anthony Silvestri is given a dramatic setting for mixed or treble choirs with piano or optional strings and percussion. Taken from Arnesen's major work Tuvayhun, this eighth movement, also known as Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness, is a declamatory statement against poverty, discrimination and persecution.
(from "Tuvayhun: Beatitudes for a Wounded World")Kim Andre Arnesen - Kim Andre Arnesen
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