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PENDERECKI, K.: St. Luke Passion (Klosinska, Kruszewski, Tesarowicz, Kolberger, Warsaw National Philharmonic, Wit)

Composer(s)Penderecki, Krzysztof
Period(s) Contemporary
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - Sacred
Catalogue 8.557149
Label Naxos
Quality   320kbps
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Penderecki’s St Luke Passion takes as its model the Passions of Bach, the events leading up to the Crucifixion related in an ongoing sequence of narratives, arias and choruses. Its stark simplicity and directness attracted worldwide attention and it was quickly performed many times in Europe and the USA. For many, here at last was a piece of contemporary music which made an immediate emotional impact, and the use of contemporary compositional techniques served only to reinforce the dramatic power of the work.

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PENDERECKI, K.: St. Luke Passion (Klosinska, Kruszewski, Tesarowicz, Kolberger, Warsaw National Philharmonic, Wit) 1:16:22   
  St. Luke Passion          
      Part I: O Crux ave (Hymn 'Vexilla Regis prodeunt') 5:06       
      Part I: Et egressus (St. Luke) 1:49       
      Part I: Deus meus (Psalm 21) 3:52       
      Part I: Domine, quis habitabit (Psalms 14, 4 & 15) 4:28       
      Part I: Adhuc eo loquente (St. Luke) 2:08       
      Part I: Ierusalem (Lamentation of Jeremiah) 1:25       
      Part I: Ut quid, Domine (Psalm 9) 1:17       
      Part I: Comprehendentes autem eum (St. Luke) 1:57       
      Part I: Iudica me, Deus (Psalm 42) 1:10       
      Part I: Et viri, qui tenebant illum (St. Luke) 2:11       
      Part I: Ierusalem (Lamentation of Jeremiah) 1:22       
      Part I: Miserere mei, Deus (Psalm 55) 4:04       
      Part I: Et surgens omnis (St. Luke) 4:19       
      Part II: Et in pulverem (Psalm 21) 0:45       
      Part II: Et baiulans sibi crucem (St. Luke) 0:13       
      Part II: Popule meus (Improperia) 7:46       
      Part II: Ibi crucifixerunt eum (St. Luke) 1:47       
      Part II: Crux fidelis (Antiphons from 'Pange lingua') 5:00       
      Part II: Dividentes vero (St. Luke) 1:12       
      Part II: pulverem mortis (Psalm 21) 5:39       
      Part II: Et stabat populus (St. Luke) 1:31       
      Part II: Unus autem (St. Luke) 2:03       
      Part II: Stabant autem iuxta crucem (St. John) 1:01       
      Part II: Stabat Mater (Sequence) 7:38       
      Part II: Erat autem fere hora sexta (St. Luke, St. John) 1:26       
      Part II: Alla breve 1:05       
      Part II: In pulverem mortis... / In te, Domine, speravi (Psalm 30) 4:08       
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