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Album: Victoria: The Mystery Of The Cross

Artist: Harry Christophers & The Sixteen

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 The Sixteen Productions Ltd

Tracklist For Victoria: The Mystery Of The Cross By Artist Harry Christophers & The Sixteen

Title Artist Time
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Lamentations for Maundy Thursd Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 6:58 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Maundy Thursd Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 7:06 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Maundy Thursd Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 6:25 USD 0.99
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Hymn: Vexilla Regis Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 10:13 USD Album Only
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Lamentations for Good Friday: Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 4:20 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Good Friday: Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 6:29 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Good Friday: Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 5:38 USD 0.99
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Hymn: Pange Lingua Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 8:37 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Holy Saturday Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 5:04 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Holy Saturday Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 6:14 USD 0.99
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Lamentations for Holy Saturday Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 8:59 USD 0.99

Reviews For Victoria: The Mystery Of The Cross By Artist Harry Christophers & The Sixteen

  • Victorias Lamentations - a profound source of consolation & peace

    5
    By john st francis
    When I was suffering daily for 20 years from agonizing headaches that kept me in bed, my only solace was the renaissance polyphony that I had been collecting in my library. Of the hundreds of pieces that I gathered, Victoria's "Lamentations" were the "pearl of great price" of music which would help me, through the Lord's Grace, to rise above the unrelenting torment of pain to reach a place of inward peace, consolation, and contemplation. Victoria transcribes the deep spirituality of St. John of the Cross and St Theresa into music. They were contemporaries from the same town of Avila, Spain.
  • Victoria: The Mystery of the Cross

    5
    By Karmic Retread
    This is superb ensemble true to the choral Renaissance liturgical style. The passion of this Spanish genius is brought to the fore. My only quibble is that I would prefer more consonants, but I suspect Christophers prefers the liquid sound produced by less stress on enunciation. Pure straight tones are achieved by the women in the trebles without being affected - next best thing to fine boy choir. The lower voices are also quite clear and brightly projected.

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