"Fecit potentiam" is the 5th movement from Kim's "Magnificat" and is released as a stand-alone piece for SATB or SSAA chorus. May be performed with or organ, or piano, organ and strings, or with full orchestra.
The work was commissioned and premiered by the Nidaros Cathedral Girl's Choir and conductor Anita Brevik in 2010.
- Instrumentation: SATB or SSAA with organ, or strings, or full orchestra
- Duration: 6 minutes
Author/lyricist: Gospel of Luke 1
- Language: Latin
- Year: 2010
- Licensing: Santa Barbara Music Publishing
Fecit potentiam in brachio suo;
Dispersit superbos mente cordis sui.
Deposuit potentes de sede, et exaltavit humiles.
He hath shewed strength with his arm:
he hath scattered the proud in the imagination of their hearts.
He hath put down the mighty from their seat:
and hath exalted the humble and meek.
Instrumentation: SATB, SSAA, or TTBB div. unaccompanied
Author/lyricist:Anon 20th century
Licensing: Norsk Musikkforlag
A work about hope in the darkest time of life. The text was written by a Jew hiding in Cologne, Germany, during World War 2 where the text was found scratched onto a wall.
Commissioned by the St. Olaf Festival (Olavsfestdagene) in Trondheim, Norway, and premiered on July 30 by the Nidaros Cathedral Girls' Choir at an event with the bishop of Nidaros Tor Singsås and actress Liv Ullmann. The SATB version was premiered by the Nidaros Cathedral Boys' Choir on November 26, 2011, in Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim. A TTBB version was commissioned and premiered by Chor Leoni and conductor Erick Lichte in 2017. Arrangments for wind ensemble or brass band are also available.
I believe in the sun, even when it's not shining.
I believe in love, even when I feel it not.
I believe in God, even when He is silent.
Anon. 20th Century