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The seven last words from the cross

Passion music

By Heinrich Schutz

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SATTB favorit-chor (antiphonal/chamber choir), 5 obligato instruments, contrabass, organ, [capell-chor: SATTB]
Passion music. Composed by Heinrich Schutz (1585-1672). Edited by Gunter Graulich. Arranged by Paul Horn. This edition: Paperbound. Phrygisch (Phrygian). Stuttgart Urtext Edition. German title: Die Sieben Worte (dt/engl). Passions, Lent and Passiontide, Holy Week, Stations of the cross (Seven Words), Mourning, death. Full score. Language: German/English. Composed circa 1645. SWV 478. 32 pages. Duration 12 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.2047800).

Item Number: CA.2047800
ISBN M-007-03689-8. With Language: German/English. Passions, Lent and Passiontide, Holy Week, Stations of the cross (Seven Words), Mourning, death.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • April 30, 2011 A Little Treasure for Holy Week

    The work has many features of the Venetian style, but is naturallly, less colorful given its subject. I believe that the inner orchestral movements call for some ornamental embellishments in the string parts in keeping with the Venetian manner. Restraint is key. The effect of this work depends upon the...

    ability to get across its overlapping and assymetrical phrases. Its level of difficulty is not beyond the small parish choir, though It may present a problem in that it is SATTB, most such choirs having fewer tenors than other voices. Altos may substitute though not to the same effect. The central section offers good opportunities for soloists. The thieves' parts are good to feature "character" voices.

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