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Seven Words from the Cross - Alexander Nishibun (tenor); Carrie Cheron (alto); Clare McNamara (alto); Cory Klose (tenor); Dana Whiteside (bass);...
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  1. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?
  2. When Jesus Wept, fuging tune
  3. New Britain (Amazing Grace) (Philadelphia)
  4. Wondrous Love ("What Wondrous Love Is This"), hymn
  5. Jordan, for chorus
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  1. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?
  2. When Jesus Wept, fuging tune
  3. New Britain (Amazing Grace) (Philadelphia)
  4. Wondrous Love ("What Wondrous Love Is This"), hymn
  5. Jordan, for chorus
  6. Ich wollt, daß ich daheime wär, for chorus, Op.12/5
  7. Karitas habundat (Caritas abundat), antiphon
  8. Break It Gently to My Mother, for tenor & chorus
  9. David's Lamentation for chorus
  10. Vinea mea electa, motet for chorus (4 motets pour un temps de pénitence), FP 97/2
  11. Plymton, for voice & chorus
  12. Žann heilaga kross (The Holy Cross), for chorus
  13. Death May Dissolve, fantasy for double chorus (after W. Billings)
  14. Deep River
  15. In manus tuas, for chorus
  16. Just As I Am, for chorus
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The American small choir Skylark, with origins in Boston and Atlanta, has become recognized for unusual programming that draws unexpected connections between musical works. Seven Words from the Cross does this, and more. The program, ranging from African American spirituals to William Billings to Hildegard von Bingen to contemporary Icelandic composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir, is varied yet logical and satisfying in its flow; the juxtaposition of Billings with Poulenc's Vinea mea electa is especially ingenious. And then, ...

Seven Words from the Cross 2018, Sono Luminus

UPC: 053479221926

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