This was followed by Henryk Grecki's Totus Tuus, a beautiful, lilting piece which displayed the dynamic range of the choir.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Totus Tuus (Latin: All Yours; chiefly religious)
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An exemplary performance of Gorecki's Totus Tuus, an unaccompanied work for double chorus, brought together moments of high drama with total repose.
That clarity continued in Grecki's Totus Tuus, the unaccompanied Philharmonic Choir producing a sublime sound and intuitive, pin-sharp reaction to the conductor's guidance.
She was always religious - she made a BBC series called Wake Up, Sunday with her brothers John and Gerald - and when Pope John Paul II visited Ireland in 1979, Dana recorded Totus Tuus in his honour.
1979 Totus Tuus ego sum (Latin for "I am completely in Your hands") In the Name of the Holiest Trinity.
But there are also three late-20th century gems by composers happily still wearing their hearts on their sleeves - O Magnum Mysterium by the American Morten Lauridsen, Totus Tuus by Henryck Gorecki and John Tavener's Song for Athene, famous for its inclusion in the funeral service for Diana, Prince of Wales.
The programme includes Faure's Reguiem, the Messe Solonnelle of fellow French composer Louis Vierne and Gorecki's choral miniature, Totus Tuus, written for Pope John Paul 11 when he visited Warsaw in 1987.