About the composer
This Stabat Mater is probably composed in Bolivia during the Baroque era.
About the Stabat Mater
|Date||1650 - 1750?|
|Performers||Mixed choir, organ, cello.|
|Particulars||The singing is mostly homophonic, in a quiet tempo. Interesting is that the stanzas 9 and 10 are sung on the melody of the official catholic gregorian chant.|
|Textual variations||Only stanzas 1, 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, 19 and 20 are performed. The "Analecta" version of the text is used. The final "Amen" is omitted.|
|CD||Arcangel ARC -001-CD: Música para la Pasión
"Barroco en Bolivia", vol.I
Probably this CD is not on sale in Europe. It was bought in Bolivia by Dr.Hans van den Berg, who sent it to me as a present!
|About this CD||All these works are from the baroque period and were meant
to be performed in the church during the liturgy. They have been recovered during an
intensive study of the musical archives in Bolivia.
Recorded in the Cathedral of Santa Cruz in May 1998, during the II Festival of Renaissance Music and American Barroque.
|Orchestra||Orquestra de Cámara de La Paz|
|Conductor||Ramiro Soriano Arce|
|Other works||Que Vulnerata
Nocturnos (9 Responsoria)
Salmo 50 (Miserére)
Dulce Jesús mio
|Added||2000? - (ANO BOL 01)|
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