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Katherine Jenkins – Ave Verum Corpus – Faenol Festival 2005
Lasting just over one hour on the debut recording, Jenkins’ setting of the verse poem is one of the longest of hundreds of extant settings of the work. Stabat Mater is a piece by the Welsh composer Karl Jenkinsand is based on the 13th-century prayer Stabat Mater. Retrieved 27 March Stabat Mater focuses on the suffering of Mary, but unlike most adaptations of the text, Jenkins jenkinz languages other than Latin and his native English.
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Ave Verum (Stabat Mater) SATB – Karl Jenkins – EP by Matthew Curtis on Apple Music
Jenkins’ work extends across twelve movements, six of which use texts other than the original poem. Ave Verum Corpus Latin. Retrieved from ” https: Articles with hAudio microformats Interlanguage link template link number.
Triumph of banal manipulation”. The first recording features the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, along with two soloists, Lithuanian mezzo-soprano Jurgita Adamonyteand English musician Belinda Sykeswho both sings and performs on the dudukan Armenian reed instrument.
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The poem reflects on the suffering of Marymother of Jesusat the time of the Crucifixion. Unlike his Requiemno movements combine both liturgical and non-liturgical texts.
Views Read Edit View history. Like verm of Jenkins’ earlier work, the piece incorporates both traditional Western music orchestra and choir with ethnic instruments and vocals, this time focusing on the Middle East.
The addition of the Armenian duduk or ney heightens the Eastern atmosphere, and its deep double-reeded sound adds a richer, more resonant dimension to the work than can perhaps be achieved using orchestra alone.
Stabat Mater Studio album by Karl Jenkins. The first movement is an extended variation of a piece from AdiemusCantus: Jenkins’ Stabat Mater is divided into 12 movements.
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