Church Of The Holy Ghost Choir | Via Crucis - Stations Of The Cross

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Via Crucis - Stations Of The Cross

by Church Of The Holy Ghost Choir

The way of the cross, Franz Liszt; a rare jewel for devotion & meditation - solo piano and mixed choir and soloists $5 sale in honor of Franz Liszt's 200 B-Day
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Via Crucis Prelude Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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2. Jesus is condemned to death Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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3. Jesus takes up his Cross Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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4. Jesus falls the first time Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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5. Jesus meets his afflicted mother Mary Kay Kapustka, piano
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6. Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry the Cross Mary Kay Kapustka, piano
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7. Veronica wipes the face of Jesus Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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8. Jesus falls the second time Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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9. Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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10. Jesus falls the third time Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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11. Jesus is stripped of his garments Mary Kay Kapustka, piano
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12. Jesus is nailed to the Cross Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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13. Jesus dies on the Cross Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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14. Jesus is taken down from the Cross Mary Kay Kapustka, piano
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15. Jesus is laid in the tomb Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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16. Ave Verum Corpus Church of the Holy Ghost Choir
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17. LE CRUCIFIX - solo voice JoAnn Stump, mezzo-piano
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18. DIE SELIGKEITEN (The Beatitudes) John Reschl, baritone-Holy Ghost Choir
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
VIA CRUCIS
THE FOURTEEN STATIONS OF THE CROSS
A GEM OF DEVOUT DEVOTION by Franz Liszt
CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST CHOIR and SOLOISTS
Richard Robertson, Conductor - Mary Kay Kapustka, Piano
Review from MUSIC WEB United Kingdom states:
"A capable recording of VIA CRUCIS is always good news...an intensely heart felt document. The piano accompaniment is vived, solid, and passionately played....The solo voices show emotional commitment and sing clearly and with musicianship...in keeping with the passion of their declamation. The recording venue acoustic is sufficient to convey a religious atmosphere and surround the performers with a soft halo but leave every musical detail clear and unblurred.
This is a Very Welcome Addition to the Liszt Discography."

This masterpiece of Expressionism was rejected for publication during Liszt's lifetime. It was first performed in 1929 in Budapest on Good Friday. It was first published in 1936. It remains as one of Liszt's lesser known works, an example of Liszt knowing he was composing for future generations: "throwing his lance far into the future not knowing where it would land." That lance certainly found a landing place in this exceptional recording.


This Ancient Devotion Truly Relates to 21st Century Sensibilities


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