Joseph Haydn - Leslie Jones , The Little Orchestra Of London - The Seven Last Words Of Christ: The Original, Orchestral Version album flac
Title: The Seven Last Words Of Christ: The Original, Orchestral Version
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Joseph Haydn, Amadeus String Quartet – The Seven Last Words Of Christ. Label: Westminster – W-9029 (18055). Format: Vinyl, LP, Mono.
Translation: The Seven Last Words of Christ. versions of this work exist for orchestra alone and for string quartet. Translation: Originally a purely orchestral work incorporated into Lenten services, The Seven Last Words of Christ. Original: Franz Joseph Haydn. Original: The Seven Last Words of Christ - Vocal Version.
It was written as an instrumental work for a small orchestra at a cathedral in Spain, made up of seven slow sonata-form movements, plus a concluding "earthquake," to be used as interludes in an Easter service. Vladimir Jurowski, London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Free download and listen Haydn: The Seven Last Words of Christ. Йозеф Гайдн, Armin Jordan, Ensemble Orchestral De Paris - The Seven Last Words of our Saviour on the Cross, Hob. XX/1 A: Sonata II - Hodie mecum eris in Paradisio 06:33. XX/1 A: Introduzione 05:57. XX/1 A: Sonata VII - In manus tuus, Domine, commendo spiritum meum 05:51
The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross (German: Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze) is an orchestral work by Joseph Haydn, commissioned in 1786 for the Good Friday service at Oratorio de la Santa Cueva (Holy Cave Oratory) in Cádiz, Spain. Published in 1787 and performed then in Paris, Berlin and Vienna, the composer adapted it in 1787 for string quartet and in 1796 as an oratorio (with both solo and choral vocal forces), and he approved a version for solo piano.
In the sixties, Leslie Jones conducted some fifty of Haydn's symphonies together with The Little Orchestra of London. Although not using period instruments, Jones may have been one of the first conductors to use small scale forces.
|A1||Introduzione (Maestoso Ed Adagio)||6:11|
|A2||Father, Forgive Them; For They Know Not What They Do: Sonata I (Largo)||6:30|
|A3||Verily I Say Unto Thee, To Day Shalt Thou Be With Me In Paradise: Sonata II (Grave E Cantabile)||6:44|
|A4||Woman, Behold Thy Son! Behold Thy Mother!: Sonata III (Grave)||7:46|
|B1||My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?: Sonata IV (Largo)||6:16|
|B2||I Thirst: Sonata V (Adagio)||7:44|
|B3||It Is Finished: Sonata VI (Lento)||7:17|
|B4.1||Father, Into Thy Hands I Command My Spirit: Sonata VII (Largo)|
|B4.2||Il Terremoto (Presto E Con Tutta La Forza)||7:48|
- Composed By – Joseph Haydn
- Conductor – Leslie Jones
- Cover, Artwork – Bob Pepper
- Cover, Design – William S. Harvey
- Liner Notes – Joseph Braunstein
- Orchestra – The Little Orchestra Of London
- Production Manager [Supervisor] – Teresa Sterne
|H-71154||Joseph Haydn - Leslie Jones , The Little Orchestra Of London||Joseph Haydn - Leslie Jones , The Little Orchestra Of London - The Seven Last Words Of Christ: The Original, Orchestral Version (LP)||Nonesuch||H-71154||US||1969|
|H-71154||Joseph Haydn - Leslie Jones , The Little Orchestra Of London||Joseph Haydn - Leslie Jones , The Little Orchestra Of London - The Seven Last Words Of Christ: The Original, Orchestral Version (LP)||Nonesuch||H-71154||UK||Unknown|
|SRZ 6435||Joseph Haydn - The Little Orchestra Of London Conducted By Leslie Jones||Joseph Haydn - The Little Orchestra Of London Conducted By Leslie Jones - The Seven Last Words Of Christ (LP, Club)||World Record Club||SRZ 6435||New Zealand||1971|