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  Liszt, Pagh-Paan - Huber
  Franz Liszt: Via Crucis, Younghi Pagh-Paan: Vide Domine, vide afflictionem nostram

GrauSchumacher Piano Duo
Harald Martini (baritone)
Franz Gerihsen (bass)
Andrea Weigt (soprano)
Marietta Schwittay-Niedzwicki (mezzo-soprano)
Beata Borchert (alto)
Boris Pohlmann (tenor)
Hee-Kwang Lee (bass)
WDR Rundfunkchor Köln
Rupert Huber (conductor)

Benita Borbonus (soprano)
Andrea Weigt (soprano)
Markus Francke (tenor)
Hee-Kwang Lee (bass)
WDR Rundfunkchor Köln
Rupert Huber (conductor)
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  Classical - Vocal
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Review by JJ May 8, 2009 (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
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It is worth repeating: Franz Liszt’s great sacred works deserve rediscovering and meditating certainly for their musical wealth, but also for their deep contemplation that places the human being at the heart of a universe beset by doubt in a shadow/light duality that each of us carries. “Via Crucis” is one of those contemplations. Composed for soprano, alto, tenor and bass solos, mixed choir and piano, the work was inspired by the drawings of Johann Friedrich Overbeck (1789-1869). It was not until 1929 that the score was premiered in Hungary. It relates Christ’s fourteen Stations of the Cross. Like this masterpiece, the work by the composer Younghi Pagh-Paan (she was born in 1945 in South Korea) “Domine, vide afflictionem nostrum” for mixed chorus a capella, dating from 2007, goes together well with the spiritual dimension cited above. Here then is an exemplary recording in which all the participating artists must be praised for their commitment, but above all for the zeal they exhibit in musical profundity that is warm and inspired. Here is a recording to be discovered without further ado, one that will take you on unforgettable travels to a land of reflection…

Jean-Jacques Millo
Translation Lawrence Schulman

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Franz Liszt - Via Crucis (Les 14 stations de la croix), S. 53
Younghi Pagh-Paan - Vide Domine, vide afflictionem nostram