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   Stabat Mater



Год издания : 1995

Компания звукозаписи : Ars Nova, 1000 years of music, (ru)

Время звучания : 51:31

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Classics (Modern Classics)      

Krzysztof Penderecki [b 1933]

Complete Sacred Works for Chorus a cappella 1962-92

K. Penderecki - Stabat Mater

#1 Stabat Mater dedicated to Cracow Philharmonic Choir. First performance: November 27,1962 in Warsaw. Warsaw National Philharmonic Choir, conductor A. Szalinski. Three mixed SATB choruses

##2-3 Two Choruses from The Passion According To St. Luke (1963-65). Commissioned by Westdeutscher Rundfunk for the 700th anniversary of Munster Cathedral. First performance: March 30, 1966 in Munster. Cologne Radio Choir [chorus master H. Schernus], Tolz Boy's Choir (chorus master G. Schmidt], Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor H. Czyz.

#4 Sicut locutus est from Magnificat.

Commissioned by the Austrian Radio for the 1200th anniversary of Salzburg Cathedral for the Salzburg Festival. First performance: August 17,1974 in Salzburg. Male voices of the Schola Cantorum Stuttgart, Austrian Radio Choir and Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Boy's Choir [chorus masters G. Preinfalk and A. Neyder], conductor K. Penderecki.

#5 Agnus Dei [1981]. In memoriam Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, 1st version premiered at his funeral in Warsaw, May 30, 1981. Cracow Radio Choir, conductor A. Wit. 2nd version premiered June 21, 1982 in Nuremberg. Stuttgart South German Radio Choir, conductor K. Penderecki.

#6 Song of Cherubim (1986). Dedicated to Mstislav Rostropovich. First performance: 27 March 1987 in Washington. Choral Arts Society of Washington, conductor K. Penderecki.

#7 Veni creator (1987). Dedicated to Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. First performance: April 28, 1987 in Madrid. Warsaw National Philharmonic Choir, conductor K. Penderecki.

#8 Benedicamus Domino. Dedicated to Margit and Hans Rudolf. First performance: Easter service during the Holy Week at the Luzern Festival 1992. Taverner Consort.

#9 Benedictus. Medieval Sanctus trope

Tapiola Chamber Choir o Juha Kuivanen, conductor

Sopranos: Marjukka Hautakangas, Kaarina Kanniainen, Helge Korvits, Elina Laakkonen, Titta Lampela, Maija Lappalainen, Eva Lonnqvist-Kovanen, Taina Pihkanen, Taina-Maaria Rautasuo, Pia Ylitalo

Altos: Katri Bergstrom, Rhea Fager, Susanna Heinonen, Sari Hovinmaa, Satu Jamsa, Anja Lillrank, Pia Lonnqvist, Tuula Mantyjarvi, Tuula Saarensola, Teija Tuukkanen

Tenors:

Mikko Eskelinen, Mikko Hannuksela, Sven Hult, Antti Laukkanen, Heikki Lempiainen, Martti Nissinen, Hannu Ryynanen

Basses:

Juha Hovinen, Kari Kaarna, Reijo Kekkonen, Mika Kuivanen, Timo Markkula, Andrus Mitt, Jaakko Mantyjarvi, Risto Pulkamo, Teppo Tolonen, Lauri Valsta, Antti Varkemaa

Boys' choir in Miserere (members of the Tallinn Boys' Choir, chorus master Lydia Rahula):

Trebles:

Lauri Eesmaa, Tarmo Joeleht, Lars Laanep, Martin Laan, Tarmo Mumma, Taavi Rebane, Timo Toiger, Koit Toome, Rain Tunger, Toivo Tanavsuu

Altos: Ott Karp, Kenn Keari, Jarno Kristal, Kristjan Kunnapas, Andres Osula, Reigo Peeduli, Kaido Poldma, Priit Roosimagi

The Tapiola Chamber Choir gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the composer and Schott Musik International for generously making available the manuscripts of Benedicamus Domino and Benedictus for this recording.


  Соисполнители :

Tapiola Kuivanen (Conductor)


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   1 Stabat Mater         0:08:34 Jacopone Da Todi - 1962 8:31
   2 Miserere         0:04:27 Vulgata / Psalm 55: 2 - 1963
   3 In Pulverem Mortis         0:06:35 Vulgata / Psalm 21:16
   4 Sicut Locutus Est From Magnificat         0:02:16 St. Luke, 55 - 1974
   5 Agnus Dei         0:07:16 Missa Pro Defunctis - 1981
   6 Song Of Cherubim         0:07:06 Orthodox Liturgy Hymn - 1986
   7 Veni Creator         0:08:42 Lati'n Liturgy Hymn Attributed To Hrabanus Maurus - 1987
   8 Benedicamus Domino         0:03:25 Antiphon Benedicamus Domino / Psalm 117 - 1992
   9 Benedictus         0:03:10 Medieval Sanctus Trope - 1992-3:10

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