Dubois' oratorio was given its premiere on Good Friday (April 19), 1867 at Église de la Madeleine in Paris under the composer's direction. Although first published in 1886 by Georges Hartmann of Paris, the vocal score presented here is a digitally enhanced reprint of the one first produced in 1899…
Preface in English & German.
This string quartet arrangement by Haydn himself was based on his orchestral version of The Seven Last Words, which he composed in 1786. With a preface in German, English and French; and critical notes.
The orchestral version of 1785 is performed by Jordi Savall and Le Concert des Nations.
Haydn composed the orchestral version of this work in 1786; the oratorio version was not composed for another ten years. The popularity of the orchestral version led to the string quartet arrangement, published in 1787. With a preface in German, English and French; and critical notes.
Emerson String Quartet. Contents: Introduzione I: Maestoso Ed Adagio -- Sonata I: Largo (Pater, Dimitte Illis, Quia Nesciunt, Quid Faciunt) -- Sonata II: Grave E Catabile (Hodie Mecum Eris in Paradiso) -- Sonata III: Grave (Mulier, Ecce Filius Tuus) -- Sonata IV: Largo (Deus Meus, Deus Meus, Utquid…
Haydn arranged his oratorio for string quartet in 1787 to gain a wider audience for the music. With an introduction.
The Ebonit Saxophone Quartet performs arrangements of string quartets by Haydn, Reger, Webern, Sibelius, and Shostakovich.
The Leipzig String Quartet performs Haydn's Seven Last Words of Christ, Hob. XX:1B, Op. 51. SACD.
In seven movements. With a program note. Premiered by Carson Cooman at Harvard University, April 2009. This is a set of meditations on the Seven Last Words of Christ. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 28 minutes.
This work is based on Haydn's The Seven Last Words of Christ, and examines the meaning of life and death. Performed by the Arditti Quartet.
Wagner: Prélude De Tristan -- la Mort D’Isolde -- Haydn: The Seven Last Words Of Christ -- W.A. Mozart: Fantasie In A Minor, K. 397 -- Rachmaninov: Prélude -- Vocalise -- Scriabin: Etude Op. 2, No. 1 -- Verdi: Ave Maria -- Marche D’Aïda -- Borodin: In The Steppes Of Central Asia -- Cochereau:…
The Cuarteto Casals performs Haydn's great string quartet interpretation of Christ's seven last words.
A meditation based on the traditional Seven Last Words of Jesus Christ. In sixteen movements. With a composer's note. Dedicated to Lion Walk Church, Colchester. Optional forces include vocal soloists, congregation, and strings. Duration ca. 30 minutes.
…a pipe organ which can compete on equal terms with the rest of the orchestra. It lasts approximately fifty minutes and derives its text from the traditional Latin Te Deum, although Berlioz made some changes to word order for dramatic purposes. The instrumental Prelude and Marche are seldom performed…
…for an organ which can compete on equal terms with the rest of the orchestra. It lasts approximately fifty minutes and derives its text from the traditional Latin Te Deum, although Berlioz made some changes to word order for dramatic purposes. The instrumental Prelude and Marche are seldom performed…