a chant for peace in our time (ssatbb)(pdf if ordered for choir)
Catalog ID: S-180
Translation: above all, it is useful for people to establish relationships
First Line: hominibus apprime utile est, consuetudines jungere
Composer: theodore morrison
Author: benedict (baruch) de spinoza
Accompaniment: optional: 3 clarinets, 3 bassoon or wind ensemble
Country: united states
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Benedict (originally Baruch) de Spinoza was a Jewish philosopher of Hispanic origin, who lived in the Dutch republic from 1632 to 1677. Excommunicated from the synagogue as a young man because he rejected orthodox Judaism, he was an early advocate of freedom of thought and expression, and a critical approach to traditional religion.
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