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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Peter Maxewll Davies' "Vesalii Icones"

This is modern music, perhaps an a-tonal music.  Nevertheless it music that can be very moving.  The piece

There's also an insert shewing these Stations.

Some other pieces are included afterwards.

  Here are the tracks in this compilation:
Vesalii Icones
for Cello, Small Instrumental Group & Dancer, J. 85
1 Prima Musculorum Tabula The Agony In The Garden 5:32
2 Secunda Musculorum Tabula The Betrayal Of Judas 2:33
3 Tertia Musculorum Tabula Christ And Pilate 2:35
4 Quarta Musculorum Tabula The Flagellation 2:04
5 Quinta Musculorum Tabula Christ Condemned To Death 3:51
6 Sexta Musculorum Tabula The Mocking Of Christ 2:57
7 Septima Musculorum Tabula Christ Receives The Cross 1:58
8 Octava Musculorum Tabula St. Veronica Wipes His Face 2:52
9 Nona Musculorum Tabula Christ Prepared For Death 1:05
10 Decima Musculorum Tabula Christ Nailed To The Cross 1:58
11 Undecima Musculorum Tabula The Death Of Christ 4:42
12 Duodecima Musculorum Tabula The Descent From The Cross 2:45
13 Deceimateria Musculorum Tabula The Entombment Of Christ 3:00
14 Decimaquarta Musculorum Tabula The Resurrection - Antichrist 1:50
The Bairns of Brugh for instrumental ensemble, J. 17615 The Bairns of Brugh Runes from a Holy Island 6:00
Runes from a Holy Island for instrumental ensemble, J. 14816 Runes from a Holy Island First Movement 2:37
17 Runes from a Holy Island Second Movement 0:56
18 Runes from a Holy Island Third Movement 1:58
19 Runes from a Holy Island Fourth Movement 3:58
20 Runes from a Holy Island Fifth Movement 1:36

And here is the link:



"Vesalii Icones" is twelve movements based on Tarot cards melded with various traditions of "Stations of the Cross."

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