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Stabat MaterOp. The work was sketched in and completed in The composer's first major religious composition, it was premiered in Prague and soon also performed in Budapest and London.
A performance in the Royal Albert Hall, conducted by the composer, established his international recognition. It has been regarded as one of his three most popular works and is performed and recorded frequently. Adalbert in Prague from The first performance took place in Prague on 23 December  at Stabat Mater Op. 58 concert of the Association of Musical Artists. Performances abroad followed in Budapest and London,  where the composer was invited to conduct a performance at the Royal Albert Hall.
Simrock in The composer structured Stabat Mater in ten movementsand scored it for four vocal soloists, soprano Salto Atenor T and bass Ba four-part choir SATBa symphony orchestra and organ. The orchestra features parts for two flutestwo oboescor anglaistwo clarinets in A, two bassoonsfour French horns two in F, two in Dtwo trumpetsthree trombonestubatimpaniorgan and strings. Similarly, a single solo phrase in the opening of Irish Heartbeat - Van Morrison - Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart Stabat Mater Op.
58 movement is assigned to the cor anglaiswhich is otherwise absent. Though not specified in the score, it can be played by one of the two oboists, as they are not playing during this section. The approximate duration of the work is 90 minutes. In the following table of movements, the movement number is followed by the beginning of the text, the vocal performers, the tempo marking at the beginning, time signatures and key.
The music is structured in ten movements which focus on different aspects of the poetry, depicting the suffering of Mary and the compassion of the person reflecting it in various shades of scoring, tempo and keys. The music of the first and last movements shares themesframing the composition.
While nine movements remain in slow tempo and reflect Mary's suffering in compassionate meditation, the final movement offers a vision of paradise. The first movement, beginning "Stabat Mater dolorosa" The sorrowful Mother stood [by the cross]is a setting of the first four stanzas from the poem, scored for the choir, the quartet of soloists and the full orchestra. It opens with a long orchestral introduction, which is repeated with the choir.
A contrasting second theme is introduced by the soloists. A development section leads to the return of the opening material. The second movement is assigned to the quartet of soloists. Dont Wanna Let You Go - Narada Michael Walden - Thunder 2013 "Quis est homo, qui non fleret" What person would not weepit is a setting of stanzas five to eight from the poem.
The third movement, a setting of the ninth stanza from the poem, "Eja, Mater, fons amoris" Look at the mother, the source of loveresembles a funeral march for choir and orchestra. The fourth movement is a solo for the bass singing the tenth stanza, "Fac, ut ardeat cor meum" Make my heart burn. It is interrupted by short comments from the choir which is first a four-part women's choir SSAAlater joined by the men, singing the eleventh stanza, "Sancta mater, istud agas" Holy mother, make this.
The fifth movement, for the choir, sets the twelfth stanza, "Tui nati vulnerati" Of your wounded son. The sixth movement, setting the 13th and 14th stanzas, "Fac me vere tecum flere" Make me really weep with youis sung alternately by the solo tenor and a four-part men's choir.
The seventh movement is sung by the choir, at times a cappella. It is a setting of the 15th stanza, Frankenstein - Derek Sherinian - Inertia "Virgo virginum praeclara" Virgin pre-eminent among virgins. The eighth movement is a duet for soprano and tenor soloists, setting the 16th and 17th stanzas, beginning "Fac, ut portem Christi mortem" Grant that I Stabat Mater Op.
58 bear the death of Christ. The ninth movement is a setting of the 18th and 19th stanzas for the solo alto, "Inflammatus et accensus" Inflamed and afire.
The final movement sets the ultimate stanza, beginning "Quando corpus morietur" When the body will diepraying for the glory of paradise for the soul then "paradisi gloria".
The movement recalls themes from the first movement and is set for the same forces of all performers. It ends with an uplifting fugue in a major key on the word "Amen". It is his first sacred composition on Latin text, followed by Mass in D major, Op. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 23 June Retrieved 20 November Houston Symphony.
Fac, ut ardeat cor meum. Tui nati vulnerati. Fac me vere tecum flere. Virgo virginum praeclara. Fac, ut portem Stabat Mater Op. 58 mortem. Inflammatus et accensus. Quando corpus morietur. String quartets No.
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