Roger Vuataz | CD-12 Oeuvres d'inspiration religieuse

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CD-12 Oeuvres d'inspiration religieuse

by Roger Vuataz

Eight moments of the itinerary of Jesus from Annunciation to Ascension. In this way of life, the psalmist is a most important person : he annonces what appears, and rythmes the work.
Genre: Classical: Oratorios
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1. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 1, Psalm.8
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2. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 2, Psalm 91
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3. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 3, Beatitudes, Our father
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4. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 4, Psalm 24
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5. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 5, Psalm 130, 141, 121,5
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6. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 6, Psalm 22
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7. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 7, Psalm 30
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8. Jesus, oratorio, extr. 8, Psalm 150
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Recorded on 1950 in the "Salle de la Réformation" in Geneva, this oratorio contains 56 items. He was written for seven spoken voices, vocal quintett, double chor, and orchestra. The text is from the composer. His work contains three oratorios : Abraham (1927/32), Moses (1947) and Jesus (1950) the most developped and complex.



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