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Seven Gates of Jerusalem - Symphony No. 7

Seven Gates of Jerusalem - Symphony No. 7

for 5 soloists (SSATB), narrator, 3 mixed choirs and orchestra


  • Instrumentation: 5 soloists (SSATB), speaker, 3 mixed choirs and orchestra
  • Edition: study score
  • Language: Latin - German
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Description
On the occasion of the celebrations of the three thousandth anniversary of the city of Jerusalem, Penderecki composed a brilliant vocal work in 1997 in which the number seven has a special meaning: seven city gates, seven movements and seven powerful fortissimo chords that end the oratorio.
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Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the City of Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, IBA and the Symphony Orchestra of the Bavarian Radio for the "Jerusalem - 3000 Years" celebrations
Content text: I "Magnus Dominus et laudabilis nimis..."
II "Si oblitus fuero tui, Jerusalem"...
III De profundis
IV "Si oblitus fuero tui, Jerusalem..."
V Lauda, Jerusalem, Dominum (Psalm 147)
VI Ezechiel 37, 1-10
VII "Haec dicit Dominus: Ecce ego do coram vobis viam vitae, et viam mortis."
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Music Of Our Time
page number: 160
On the occasion of the celebrations of the three thousandth anniversary of the city of Jerusalem, Penderecki composed a brilliant vocal work in 1997 in which the number seven has a special meaning: seven city gates, seven movements and seven powerful fortissimo chords that end the oratorio.
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the City of Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, IBA and the Symphony Orchestra of the Bavarian Radio for the "Jerusalem - 3000 Years" celebrations
Content text: I "Magnus Dominus et laudabilis nimis..."
II "Si oblitus fuero tui, Jerusalem"...
III De profundis
IV "Si oblitus fuero tui, Jerusalem..."
V Lauda, Jerusalem, Dominum (Psalm 147)
VI Ezechiel 37, 1-10
VII "Haec dicit Dominus: Ecce ego do coram vobis viam vitae, et viam mortis."
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Music Of Our Time
page number: 160
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