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Théodore Dubois: The Seven Last Words of Christ/ Mendelssohn: Hear My Prayer


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  • Performer: Lubbock, Texas; Gomez; Childs; Pleasant; Mcmillan; Swann; Choir of First United Methodist Church
  • Composer: Dubois Theodore
  • Audio CD (Aug. 1 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Got
  • ASIN: B000059LY4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,394 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hear My Prayer - Teresa Maria Gomez
2. Grand Chorus - Frederick Swann
3. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Intro - Teresa Maria Gomez
4. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: First Word - Edward Pleasant/Kim Childs/Chor Of First United Methodist Church/Gordon McMillan
5. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Second Word - Kim Childs/Edward Pleasant/Chor Of First United Methodist Church/Gordon McMillan
6. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Third Word - Teresa Maria Gomez/Kim Childs/Edward Pleasant/Chor Of First United Methodist Church/Gordon McMillan
7. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Fourth Word - Edward Pleasant
8. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Fifth Word - Kim Childs/Edward Pleasant/Chor Of First United Methodist Church/Gordon McMillan
9. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Sixth Word - Kim Childs/Chor Of First United Methodist Church/Gordon McMillan
10. The Seven Last Words Of Christ: Seventh Word - Teresa Maria Gomez/Kim Childs/Edward Pleasant/Chor Of First United Methodist Church/Gordon McMillan

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I actually purchased this CD because it has 'Hear My Prayer' on it. However, the clarity and balance between choir and organ on this CD is the best I have heard in any recording. If you're tired of hearing the organ blast away choirs' words or listening to choirs that sound as though they're singing in a huge cavern where all the words join as one, this CD will bring you much needed relief! Not only is the recording quality simply outstanding, the clarity of the choir and the soloists is very, very good.
BTW, the first piece on this CD - 'Hear My Prayer' - is so good that I can still listen to it several times a day. I can not imagine hearing a better recording of this piece of music.
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By A Customer on June 24 2002
Format: Audio CD
This work is a gift of God to man through the talents He gave to one composer and to the musicians who performed it!!
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I have listened to this CD every day since I got it. I say that without exaggeration. This piece is beautifully done. The music and message are spellbinding. It is a timeless classic that has meaning for anyone who wants to understand the personality of Christ and the essence of his message. The Choir of the First Methodist Church in Lubbock, TX has done a wonderful job. The soloists are powerful. I can't say enough good about it.
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By A Customer on July 5 2001
Format: Audio CD
I was thrilled to find this recording after having looked in vain last year for ANY recording of this work. In general this is a strong performance and true to the spirit and tone of the work I loved growing up. However, I was very annoyed by the English translation, which is significantly different from the version I learned along with the original Latin. This translation is even more formal and archaic than the original. For example, this version uses the phrase "He is death guilty" instead of the original, and more rational, "He of death is guilty". I found this recording to be peppered with awkward phrases like this one and the use of archaic and stilted language.
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By A Customer on May 16 2001
Format: Audio CD
As a choral singer who grew up on Dubois' "The Seven Last Words of Christ" and loved to sing it, I have been searching for a recording for a couple of years. Finally!! And, this rendition is so good, it has me singing along. Few organists get the thunder right. Frederick Swann does (of course). Few choirs get the tempo right. This one does. The soloists are talented and the sweetness of "Verily" reminds me of the best live rendition I ever heard. I am so pleased with this album that I have ordered it for my sisters (who love this Dubois work as much as I do) and a few choir members with whom I've sung in the past. My only regret is that my father, a star tenor who performed it many times, is not alive to hear it. BRAVO!! AND....Mendelssohn's "Hear My Prayer" is an unexpected but delightful bonus, as is the Swann organ solo.
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