Wojciech kilar - missa pro pace


In early December 2013, Kilar left the hospital to return to his residence in Katowice. As he did not have any children, he was taken care of by his niece. [12] He was also regularly visited by a Catholic priest and received the Holy Communion twice during the Christmas season. His condition deteriorated on 28 December and on the morning of Sunday, 29 December 2013, Kilar died. [10] Following the cremation of his body, Kilar's funeral was held on 4 January 2014 at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Katowice. After the service, his ashes were laid to rest alongside those of his wife. [13]

Bernardino Borlasca ( c. 1560-c. 1630) , Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (1602-), William Horwood (?-1484), Claude Lejeune  (c. 1530-1600),  Alessandro Stradella (1639-1682), Friedrich Whilhem Zachow (1663-1712), Natalis Cordat, Heinrich Laufenberg, Hieronymous Praetorius, Johann Schelle and others

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Perhaps this enduring success is due not only to Handel’s musical genius, but also to Jennens’ unique libretto. Like most oratorios, the libretto utilizes sacred texts, in this case from both the Old and New Testament. Unlike most oratorios, there are hardly any instances of narrative (the angel’s proclamation of the birth of a savior in Part I is the only true exception) and no defined speaking characters (even Christ’s name is hardly mentioned until Part III). Instead of plot-driven action, Jennens presents a succession of dramatic scenes, scriptural passages and metaphorical references that allow the listener the opportunity to reflect upon the story rather than merely react to it.

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