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DVORAK, A.: Stabat Mater (J. Watson, Peckova, Auty, Rose, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, N. Jarvi)

DVORAK, A.: Stabat Mater (J. Watson, Peckova, Auty, Rose, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, N. Jarvi)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

London Philharmonic Orchestra


Jarvi, Neeme


Janice Watson

Soloist

Peter Rose

Soloist

Peter auty

Soloist

Dagmar Peckova

Soloist

London Philharmonic Choir



Record Label
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 67:08
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DVORAK, A.: Stabat Mater (J. Watson, Peckova, Auty, Rose, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, N. Jarvi)

     
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JACOPONE DA TODI

 

Stabat Mater, Op. 58, B. 71

 
1 Stabat mater dolorosa 14:00
 Peter Rose Soloist
     
2 Quis est homo? 8:23
 Peter Rose Soloist
     
3 Eia, mater 5:30
 Janice Watson Soloist
     
 

ANTONIN DVORAK

4 Fac ut ardeat cor meum 7:46
 Dagmar Peckova Soloist
     
5 Tui nati vulnerati 4:25
 Peter Rose Soloist
     
6 Fac me tecum flere 5:08
 Peter Rose Soloist
     
 

JACOPONE DA TODI

7 Virgo virginum praeclara 5:17
 Peter Rose Soloist
     
8 Fac ut portem Christi mortem 4:53
 Peter auty Soloist
     
9 Inflammatus et accensus 4:29
 Dagmar Peckova Soloist
     
10 Quando corpus morietur 2:46
 Peter Rose Soloist
     
11 Amen 4:31
 Peter Rose Soloist
 Jarvi, Neeme


Dvorák’s Stabat Mater was a work brought about by personal tragedy of almost incomprehensible proportions, after the composer lost all three of his then living children. A setting of the mediaeval Latin prayer to the bereaved mother of the crucified Christ, it was to become both a work of mourning and a work of healing. The shifts of mood from grief and near despair to hope and faith run throughout the work, before the glory and solace of the final Amen. Neeme Järvi conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir in this live concert recording.
 

"...a deeply satisfying performance...the soloists are exceptional..."

Musical Toronto - May 2012


"...an interpretation to savour..."

Gramophone magazine - September 2012




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