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CHAN 9480
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CHAN 9480

Schnittke: Penitential Psalms

The Classical Shop
release date: August 1996

Originally recorded in 1995

Artists:

Stefan Parkman


Gert Sorensen

vibraphone

Danish National Symphony Choir



Venue:

Danish Radio Concert Hall, Copenhagen



Producer:

Brian Couzens


Ivar Munk



Engineer:

Lars S. Christensen



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 49:56
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Stikhi Pokayanniye (Penitential Psalms)

45:58  
1 I 'Adam sat weeping at the gates of paradise' 2:19
2 II 'O wilderness, gather me to your silent and gentle lap' 4:03
3 III 'That is why I live in poverty' 2:48
4 IV 'My soul, why are you in a state of sin?' 2:27
5 V 'O Man, doomed and wretched' 3:23
6 VI 'When they beheld the ship that suddenly came' 2:12
7 VII 'Oh my soul, why are you not afraid?' 5:49
8 VIII 'If you wish to overcome unending sorrow' 1:58
9 IX 'I have reflected on my life as a monk' 6:56
10 X 'Christian people, gather together!' 4:13
11 XI 'I entered this life of tears a naked infant' 3:16
12 XII wordless humming 6:09
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Golosa Prirodï (Voices of Nature)

4:23
   
 Gert Sorensen vibraphone
   
 Stefan Parkman
   
   
  26, 29-31 January 1996  
   
   
   
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…performed with genuine commitment by Parkman and the Danish National Radio Choir, and the sound is appropriately nfull and clear.
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H Petersen

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R Kerr