FELIZ EL HOMBRE

Composer: Juan Espinosa

Born: 1940, Badajoz, Spain. Internationally recognized as one of the leading composers of Spanish liturgical music, Juan Antonio Espinosa composes songs that emphasize hope for the oppressed, social justice, and the power of faith. Currently, he directs the Association for the Promotion of Religious Music (APROMUR) in Spain and serves as a liturgical musician at San Estanislao Parish in Madrid. After living for a time in Peru, Juan published music reflecting the Andes style and Latin American social realities. Hispanic assemblies in the U.S. are familiar with Juan's uplifting music through his songs in the OCP collections Pescador de Hombres and Resucitó, and in Cánticos, Segunda Edición, Misal Del Día, Unidos En Cristo Música an… Go to person page >

Arranger: Marcus Hong

Marcus A. Hong, originally from Salt Lake City, graduated from Alma College in Michigan in religious studies, where he also served as a Student Ministry Coordinator, developing the student worship program; he then studied at Princeton Theological Seminary, receiving both an M.Div. and MA in Christian Education program in 2011, and then began a PhD program in Christian Education and Formation. He served as a chaplain from 2011-2015 in Koinonia, the fellowship for Princeton Seminary’s PhD students. He is co-author of UWorship (2014) and several of his musical arrangements were included in Psalms for All Seasons (2012). Emily Brink Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: FELIZ EL HOMBRE
Composer: Juan Espinosa
Arranger: Marcus Hong
Meter: Irregular with refrain
Incipit: 11355 45666 71176
Key: d minor
Copyright: Arr. © 2011 OCP PUblications;© 1990 Juan A. Espinosa, admin. OCP Publications

Instances

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Psalms for All Seasons #1E

Santo, Santo, Santo #274

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