Haydn: The Seven Last Words

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Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn
Artists: Daniel Sans, Petra Labitzke, Nordic Chamber Choir, Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester Mannheim, Nicol Matt

Haydn already had a wealth of sacred works under his belt when, in 1785, aged 53 and at the height of his fame, he received a detailed commission for the cathedral of Cadiz in Spain, asking him to write ceremonial music for Good Friday. His challenge was to create an engaging and individual work out of the curious musical form prescribed by the ritual, and the resulting instrumental composition was a triumph.

Its history, however, was far from complete; several years later while in Passau, Haydn stumbled upon a vocal arrangement of the work, set to excerpts of Ramler’s poem Der Tod Jesu, which he took upon himself to revise. The ensuing oratorio, to which a woodwind intermezzo was also added, was published in 1801 and exceeded all popularity of the previous version to become one of the composer’s most performed works.Tracklist:

00:00:00 Introduzione I
00:04:24 Vater, vergib Ihnen, denn sie wissen nicht was sie tun
00:11:06 Fürwahr, ich sag’es dir
00:16:58 Frau, hier siehe deinen Sohn
00:24:11 Mein Gott, mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen?
00:31:49 Introduzione II
00:36:15 Jesus rufet: Ach, mich dürstet!
00:40:36 Es ist vollbracht!
00:45:54 Vater, in deine Hände empfehle ich meinen Geist
00:53:30 Il Terremoto (Das Erdbeben)

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