Frisina / Frisina: Passio Christi

SKU: 41574140
Frisina / Frisina: Passio Christi

Frisina / Frisina: Passio Christi

SKU: 41574140

Format: CD

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Title: Passio Christi
Artist: Frisina / Frisina
Label: Ibs Classical
UPC: 8436597700085
Genre: Classical Artists

The Opera-Oratorio "Passio Christi" narrates the events of the Lord's Passion from the Last Supper to the dawn of Resurrection. The story is told through the feelings and emotions of some of the characters who took part in it in various ways: Peter, Judas, the Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene, the Cyrenean, the soldier Longinus and the Angels. Each character sings the verses of the saints and poets of the world in a different language (Italian, English, French, Russian, Spanish, Latin and ancient Greek) to represent the whole world before the mystery of human suffering. The dramatic structure of the Opera follows the ancient structure of the Sacred Representations: in fact, it's original form is designed for dramatization and scenic action. The events of the Gospel are interspersed with the arias of the various characters, which constitute a sort of cinematographic "still image".


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