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Status: Usually despatched within 24 - 48 hours
Instrumentation: SATB, Piano
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)
Looking outside the purely Western European tradition for inspiration & freshness, Karl Jenkins sets the 13th-century Stabat Mater text in Latin & English & has extended it to a universal depiction of grief with six other texts, including Ave verum corpus (originally composed for Bryn Terfel), Lament by Carol Barratt, and English texts derived from ancient Babylonian and mediaeval Persian sources.
A major new choral/orchestral work from the composer of Adiemus and The Armed Man. The 13th-century Latin text receives a fresh expression and intensity in Karl Jenkins's setting. By turns dramatic and reflective, Stabat Mater will be eagerly seized on by Jenkins fans everywhere. The scoring is for voices & modern symphony orchestra augmented by indigenous instruments such as the darabuca (hand drum) & riq (small tambourine), & the mey (woodwind).
Suitable for choirs of intermediate standard upwards. Vocal/piano score for mixed choir (SATB) and piano.
- Cantus lacrimosus
- Vidit Jesum in tormentis
- Sancta Mater
- Now my life is only weeping
- And the Mother did weep
- Virgo virginum
- Are you lost out in darkness?
- Ave verum
- Fac, ut portem Christi mortem
- Paradisi gloria
"A thunderously good sing . . . this new Stabat Mater is a triumph. . . . It has zest and flair and urgency. . . . The explosive central section (for the four stanzas at Sancta mater) is like a big-screen Dies Irae -- like ushering Part Three of The Lord of the Rings into the concert hall. . . . could make a marked impact in choral-society concerts around the country."