Pergolesi: Septem verba a Christo

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1 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum I: Pater, dimitte illis: non enim sciunt qui faciunt (Luke 23:34), Christus (bass) Recitativo Huc, o dilecti filii 1:57 $2.49 Buy
2 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum I: Pater, dimitte illis: non enim sciunt qui faciunt (Luke 23:34), Aria En doceo diligere 4:38 96/24 Album only
3 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum I: Pater, dimitte illis: non enim sciunt qui faciunt (Luke 23:34), Anima (alto) Aria Quod iubes, magne Domine 4:02 96/24 Album only
4 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum II: Amen dico tibi: hodie mecum eris in Paradiso (Luke 25:43), Christus (tenor) Recitativo Venite, currite 0:55 $2.49 Buy
5 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum II: Amen dico tibi: hodie mecum eris in Paradiso (Luke 25:43), Aria Latronem hunc aspicite 4:23 96/24 Album only
6 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum II: Amen dico tibi: hodie mecum eris in Paradiso (Luke 25:43), Anima (soprano) Aria Ah! peccatoris supplicis 5:04 96/24 Album only
7 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum III: Mulier ecce filius tuus (John 19:26), Christus (bass) Recitativo Quo me, amor? 2:01 $2.49 Buy
8 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum III: Mulier ecce filius tuus (John 19:26), Aria Dilecta Genitrix 3:35 96/24 Album only
9 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum III: Mulier ecce filius tuus (John 19:26), Anima (soprano) Recitativo Servator optime 1:18 96/24 Album only
10 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Aria Anima "Quod iubes, magne Domine" 6:05 96/24 Album only
11 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum IV: Deus meus, deus meus, ut quid dereliquisti me? (Mark 15:34), Christus (bass) Aria Huc oculos 5:57 96/24 Album only
12 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum IV: Deus meus, deus meus, ut quid dereliquisti me? (Mark 15:34), Anima (alto) Aria Afflicte, derelicte 5:40 $2.49 Buy
13 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum V: Sitio (John 19:28), Christus (bass) Aria O vos omnes, qui transitis 5:19 96/24 Album only
14 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum V: Sitio (John 19:28), Anima (tenor) Aria Non nectar, non vinum, non undas 4:13 $2.49 Buy
15 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum VI: Consummatum est (John 19:29), Christus (bass) Aria Huc advolate mortales 6:09 96/24 Album only
16 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum VI: Consummatum est (John 19:29), Anima (soprano) Aria Sic consummasti omnia 5:35 96/24 Album only
17 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum VII: Pater, in manus tuas commendo spiritum meum (Luke 23:44-46), Christus (bass) Recitativo Quotquot coram cruce statis 1:36 $2.49 Buy
18 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum VII: Pater, in manus tuas commendo spiritum meum (Luke 23:44-46), Aria In tuum, Pater, gremium 5:33 96/24 Album only
19 Septem verba a Christo in cruce moriente prolata: Verbum VII: Pater, in manus tuas commendo spiritum meum (Luke 23:44-46), Anima (tenor) Aria Quid ultra peto vivere 6:25 96/24 Album only

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The Seven Words of Christ has been regarded since its discovery as one of the most heartfelt works of art. Pergolesi’s lost masterpiece made its concert debut at the Beaune Festival in July 2012 and was recorded shortly after by the Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin led by Rene Jacobs. It features thrilling virtuosos including soprano Sophie Karthauser, counter-tenor Christophe Dumaux, tenor Julian Behr and bass-baritone Konstantin Wolff.

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...the work is beautiful, and its deeply spiritual loveliness has been realized in a fine period performance...It is, in its own way, just as sublime as the Stabat Mater, and Rene Jacobs and his musicians have given it a comprehensive rehabilitation. - BBC Music