Composed By – John Stainer. Organ, Chorus Master – Alexamder McCurdy. Tenor Vocals – Herbert Bardgett, .
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I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJS 1. v'ts/Sec's. 20 movements: Recitative: And they came to a place called Gethsemane (Tenor). The appeal of the crucified. amp; Chorus: After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished (Tenor). For the love of Jesus. Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. J. Sparrow-Simpson, the Bible.
It is scored for a SATB choir and organ, and features solos for bass and tenor. Stainer intended that piece would be within the scope of most parish church choirs; it includes five hymns for congregational participation. The text was written by W J Sparrow Simpson, the librettist of Stainer's earlier cantata Mary Magdalene
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The Crucifixion, for tenor, bass, chorus & organ. The Majesty of the Divine Humiliation - King ever glorious! Stephen Cleobury, George Guest.