Uses: Good Friday, Holy Week Scripture: Luke 22:64; Mark 15 From the best-selling cantata, A Time for Alleluia!, comes this setting of an ancient sac...Click To Read More About This Product
Uses: Good Friday, Holy Week Scripture: Luke 22:64; Mark 15 From the best-selling cantata, A Time for Alleluia!, comes this setting of an ancient sacred text. The poignant choral begins on the morning of Christ's crucifixion comparing the Savior's beaten and bruised face with that of the swan and its darkened eyes. This dramatic text holds us in its grip as it portrays the suffering of Jesus and his crucifixion. The music and text evolve with great emotional sweeps of sound before fading away into a dirge-like epilogue. In these final measures we hear the last heartbeats of Christ fade away into the shadows. Orchestration includes parts for: piano, flute 1 & 2, oboe, clarinet 1 & 2, bassoon,horn 1 & 2, trumpet 1, trumpet 2 & 3, trombone 1 & 2, bass trombone/tuba, timpani, percussion 1 & 2, harp, violin 1, violin 2,ivola, cello, double bass. Available separately: SATB, iPrint Orch CD-ROM, StudioTrax CD. Duration: ca. 2:43.MPN: 35027052
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