Notes & Reviews:
Modeled on the great passion settings of J.S. Bach, Stainer's 'Crucifixion' is amongst the most popular of all English choral works and vividly portrays the events of the Passion of Christ. Scored for tenor and bass soloists, organ and mixed choir, this piece combines recitatives, solos and masterful choruses that range from the graphic mob shouts of 'Crucify Him' to the ethereally beautiful meditation of the work's centerpiece 'God so love the world'.
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Works DetailsStainer, John : God so loved the world
- Performers: Simon Bailey (Bass); Stephen Farr (Organ); James Gilchrist (Tenor)
- Conductor: Timothy Brown
- Ensemble: Clare College Choir
- Notes: Guildford Cathedral, Guildford, Surry, England (06/21/2004-06/22/2004)
- Running Time: 63 min. 7 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Written: 1887