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Vieni Spirito Creatore
One of four songs in Singing the Journey which comes from theTaizé tradition (see De Noche). Jacques Berthier (1923-1994) became the principal composer for theTaizé monastic community in the south of France. A celebrated liturgical composer, Berthier served as organist for the Church of St. Ignatius, the Jesuit Church in Paris, from 1961 until his death in 1994. In 1975, the brothers ofTaizé charged Berthier to "write simple chants to be sung by the young folk who come every summer toTaizé from every part of the world." The vast collection of this simple, heartfelt music makes it true effect through calm repetition. It is the music of meditation.
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