Missa Universalis IV Credo - Roger Davidson

Missa Universalis IV: Credo

Missa Universalis IV: Credo, performed by the New York Virtuoso Singers, and conducted by Harold Rosenbaum, is an extract from the larger work “Universal Sacred Music for Chorus” by Reverend Roger Davidson. Composed for mixed chorus with English horn, Missa Universalis IV (1992) was written as part of the Latin mass text.


I took the original Latin mass text and distilled it down to the core universal message; with no reference to Christ as God, the Trinity or the concept of Jesus of Nazareth having been a sacrifice for our sins (“Agnus Dei”). What’s left is the message of the unity of God, the holiness and omnipotence of God, and the glory of God. This music carries a spirit of universality, brotherhood/sisterhood and unconditional love to people of all backgrounds and faiths.

Roger Davidson


Released by Soundbrush Records August 2015. www.soundbrush.com

Missa Unoversalis VI - Roger Davidson

Missa Universalis VI: The Names of God

Please enjoy this composition for chorus by Reverend Roger Davidson, Missa Universalis VI: The Names of God performed by the New York Virtuoso Singers and conducted by Harold Rosenbaum.
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The Wisdom of Love Divine

Society for Universal Sacred Music
4th Festival of Universal Sacred Music


Please enjoy this live performance of the Roger Davidson original composition “The Wisdom of Love Divine”, Performed at Merkin Hall in New York City on April 2010 by Roger Davidson, Catherine Russell and The Festival Jazz Group. [More…]



Temple Of The Soul

Reverend Roger Davidson performing an improvised solo piano concert at St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church in NYC. Dec 5th, 2014 reflecting the spirit of “Temple of the Soul: Rhapsodies and Meditations;” a CD available on Soundbrush Records. [More…]


Missa-Universalis-V composed by Roger Davidson

Missa Universalis V

This video contains excerpts from “Missa Universalis V” a musical composition by Roger Davidson with an introductory narrative by the composer.


This special performance is dedicated to the memory of Daniel Pearl, a renowned journalist who was kidnapped and murdered by Pakistani militants in 2002.[More…]