- Peter Dicke (Organ)
Notes & Reviews:
New York Times
The brightest hope of his generation: a creator who replaced modernist aridity with communicative directness ... instrumental brilliance and heart-on-sleeve emotionalism.
After the dramatic success of his previous Passion, comes a new oratorio by one of most accomplished composers of our time! James MacMillan's musical language is flooded with influences from his Scottish heritage, Catholic faith, social conscience, and close connection with Celtic folk music, blended with influences from the Far East, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe. His prolific output has been performed around the world, to great acclaim.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: NTR ZaterdagMatinee, Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, th (03/15/2014).
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Works DetailsMacMillan, James : St. Luke Passion, for chorus, children's chorus, organ & chamber orchestra
- Performer: Peter Dicke (Organ)
- Conductor: Markus Stenz
- Ensemble: Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra
- Running Time: 72 min. 19 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Written: 2012-2013