Rihards Dubra (born 28 February 1964 in Riga) is a Latvian composer. Several of his works are religious influenced, including a Te Deum and an Alma Redemptoris Mater for soprano saxophone, choir, and organ.
Rihards Dubra was commissioned by Louth Contemporary Music Society to write his first choral piece in English based on the words of 'Hail Holy Queen'. The world première was given by the State Choir Latvija in February 2008 in St.Patrick's Cathedral Church, Dundalk.
- 'Oculus non vidit'
- 'Ave Maria III'
- 'Miserere mei'
- 'Hail, Queen of Heaven'
- 'Duo Seraphim'
- 'Felix namque es …'
- 'Stetit Angelus'
- 'Gloria Patri'
- 'Missa de Spiritu Sancto'
- 'Ubi caritas'
- 'Ave Maria I'
The CD is called 'Hail Queen of Heaven' and is performed by The Royal Holloway Choir conducted by Rupert Gough (CDA67799).
- Gough, Rupert (2009). "Rihards Dubra (b1964) Hail, Queen of Heaven & other choral works". Hyperion Records website. Retrieved 26 April 2013.
- "Commissions". Louth Contemporary Music Society website. Louth Contemporary Music Society. Retrieved 26 April 2013.
- Vance D (2008): 'Resurgence of Sacred Music in the Post-Soviet Baltic Republics: Rihards Dubra, Latvia', The American Organist, (Feb 2008)