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John Tavener-Lamentations and Praises

Label: Teldec
Released: 2003
Track listing: Golgotha: The Descent From the Cross; Stasis I; "Wherewithal shall a young man...;" Thrinos; Epitaphios Procession I: From Golgotha to the Anointing Stone; The Descent From The Cross II; Stasis II; "Let now your mercy...;" "Your hands have made me...;" Thrinos; Epiaphios Procession II: to the Tomb Entrance; The Descent from The Cross III; Stasis III; "Princes have persecuted me

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Chanticleer and the Handel & Haydn Society of Boston: John Tavener-Lamentations and Praises

Read "John Tavener-Lamentations and Praises" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


I suspect that this review is untimely with respect to the fact that John Tavener’s Lamentations and Praises, as performed by the all-Male Chorus Chanticleer with orchestral support by the Handel and Haydn Society, won two Grammy® Awards on February 23, 2003. The two awards captured were for the Classical Best Small Ensemble Performance and the ...


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