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Antonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Dvořák: Stabat Mater / Biblical Songs

Album US 1994 on Delos label
Classical (Choral, Romantic)

Recorded: February 8-11, 1994 (Stabat Mater), and April 9, 1994 (Biblical Songs), State Theater, New Brunswick, New Jersey 20-bit Digital Encoding/Recording: Prism AD-1 Microphones: Saknen CU41, Neuman KM-130, 140; Schoeps MK2 Console: Soundcraft 200 Digital Editing: Sony DAE-3000 Monitor Loudspeakers: JBL 4206 Monitor Amplifier: UREI 6215 Special thanks to: Karen A. Swanson Susan Scott Stucker Helen Paxton ©1994 Delos International, Inc., Hollywood & Vine Plaza, 1645 N. Vine Street, Suite 340, Hollywood, California 90028

        
Musicians
PortraitAntonín Dvořák 1841-1904 CZ
album by
PortraitWestminster Symphonic Choir US
chorus, album by
PortraitZdeněk Mácal vn, *1936 CZ
conductor, album by
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
orchestra, album by
PortraitJohn Cheek voc, *1948 US
bass vocals
PortraitManfred Hemm voc, AT
bass vocals
PortraitClaudine Carlson voc, *1950 FR
mezzo-soprano vocals
PortraitKaaren Erickson voc, 1953-1997 US
soprano vocals
PortraitJohn Aler voc, *1949 US
tenor vocals
Daphne Rusbridge
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Producers
Joseph Flummerfelt chorus master
Karl Held co-producer, recording
Stephen Basili co-producer, recording, editor
Tri-Arts, Inc. design
John Eargle engineer
Amelia S. Haygood executive producer
Mark Evans graphics
Steven Dudeck graphics
Jim Svejda liner notes
Arthur Paxton photography
Album Tracks
No Title Artist Composer Duration
1Stabat Mater, Op. 58 (80:40)Antonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
2I. Stabat mater dolorosaAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra18:12
3II. Quis est homoAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra9:39
4III. Eia, mater, fons amorisAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra6:57
5IV. Fac, ut ardeat cor meumAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra8:56
6V. Tui Nati vulneratiAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra4:59
7VI. Fac me vere tecum flereAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra6:18
8VII. Virgo, virginum praeclaraAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra6:14
9VIII. Fac, ut portem Christi MortemAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra4:32
10IX. Inflammatus et accensusAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra6:11
11X. Quando corpus morieturAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra8:03
12Biblical Songs, Op. 99 (25:48)Antonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
13I. Darkness and thunderclouds are round about himAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra2:21
14II. Lord my shield, my refugeAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra1:53
15III. Hear, oh hear my prayer, LordAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra3:20
16IV. Oh, my shepherd is the LordAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra2:52
17V. Songs of gladness will I sing TheeAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra2:46
18VI. Hear, oh Lord, my bitter cryAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra2:44
19VII. By the shore of the river BabylonAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra2:58
20VIII. Oh, Lord, have mercy and turn Thou Thy face to meAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra2:35
21IX. My eyes will I to the hills lift upAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra1:53
22X. Oh, sing unto the Lord a joyful songAntonín Dvořák, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra1:38
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