Notes & Reviews:
Herzogenberg's Die Passion breaks from the tradition of the sacred oratorio in its near complete absence of solo arias, its proto-theatrical musicality, and the daunting choral writing, which requires an ensemble of the highest caliber.
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Works DetailsHerzogenberg, Heinrich von : Die Passion, for 2 voices, choir, organ & orchestra, Op. 93
- Performers: Joris Verdin (Harmonium); Joris Verdin (Organ); Ivan Goossens (Spoken Vocals); Jan Crabben (Voice)
- Conductor: Florian Heyerick
- Ensemble: Ex Tempore
- Notes: Sound Recording Centre Steurbaut, Ghent, Belgium / Friedhofskirche, Wupperthal, Germany (03/31/1997/06/15/1997)
- Running Time: 2 min. 2 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Written: 1896