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St John's College Choir, Cambridge
Poulenc: Stabat Mater

Song NameComposer
Stabat mater dolorosaFrancis Poulenc
Cujus animam gementemFrancis Poulenc
O quam tristisFrancis Poulenc
Quae moerebatFrancis Poulenc
Quis est homoFrancis Poulenc
Vidit suumFrancis Poulenc
Eja materFrancis Poulenc
Fac ut ardeatFrancis Poulenc
Sancta materFrancis Poulenc
Fac ut portemFrancis Poulenc
Inflammatus et accensusFrancis Poulenc
Quando corpusFrancis Poulenc
Litanies a La Vierge NoireFrancis Poulenc
Timor Et TremorFrancis Poulenc
Vinea Mea ElectaFrancis Poulenc
Tenebrae Factae SuntFrancis Poulenc
Tristis Est Anima MeaFrancis Poulenc

Poulenc wrote his Stabat Mater, a hauntingly passionate work, after visiting the sacred shrine of the Black Madonna of Rocamadour. Poulenc's journey profoundly changed his life and work as a composer. Like the Stabat Mater, the Litanies a la Vierge Noir is also inspired by the Black Virgin of Rocamadour. Recorded here in an unrivalled performance by the combined choirs of St. John's, Clare and Gonville and Caius Colleges, Cambridge, with the BBC Philharmonic with soprano Judith Howarth.

Item code: 6432DVD | DVD | $29.95 add item to cart
Choral | Run Time: 78 Minutes | England

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