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Omaggio alla Pietà (sextets: 2 sopranos, mezzo-soprano, 2 basses, double bass, percussion)

by Mary Finsterer (1993)

Also known as: 13th Station of the Cross: Jesus is taken down from the cross

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Omaggio alla Pietà / Mary Finsterer.

Library shelf no. Q 783.16522/FIN 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1993

Instrumentation: 2 sopranos, mezzo-soprano or contralto, tenor, 2 basses, double bass (optional), percussion (1 player).

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Monica O'Neill-Finsterer

First performance: by The Song Company — 9 Apr 93. Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

Text by Jacinta Le Plastrier.

Composed for "Via crucis Australis : an Australian journey of the Cross" (The 14 stations of the Cross), performed by The Song Company in conjunction with visual art exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Easter 1993. This work - 13th Station: Jesus is taken down from the cross.


Program note: Omaggio alla pieta: Mary Finsterer
Sydney Spring
Source: Sydney Spring International Festival of New Music 13 - 24 1993

Review: Spring International Festival of New Music 16 October 1993
Peter McCallum
Source: Sydney Morning Herald 18 October 1993


Performances of this work

9 Apr 93: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Featuring The Song Company.

1992: featuring The Song Company, Roland Peelman.

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