John Stainer: The Crucifixion (SATB)

Books | Tenor Solo, Bass Solo, SATB and Organ Accompaniment

Publisher: Novello & Co Ltd.
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

A Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer, for Tenor and Bass solo, SATB Choir with Organ accompaniment, with hymns for congregational participation. The text was selected and written by Reverend J. Sparrow-Simpson, and revised by Michael Pilkington. The crucifixion was first performed in 1887.

This Novello edition of the vocal score is clear and well presented, with thoroughly accurate and detailed editorial markings and suggestions, as edited by Michael Pilkington.

ISBN: 9780853609384
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Published on: 03 March 1999
No of pages: 62
Language: English
Catalogue No: NOV072488
 
     

      John Stainer: The Crucifixion (SATB) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      9.6
      Value for money
      9.5
      Overall rating
      9.4
      Scores 9.4 out of 10 based on 30 reviews
      10 out of 10

      DEREK

      Wallingford GB
      +
      Excellent new edition - page numbers match original with addition of bar reference numbers. Clearer print than earlier edition.
      Nothing!
      Confirmed purchase: 20 March 2017
      Published on: 09 April 2017
      10 out of 10

      Anna

      LL31 9NQ GB
      +
      Excellent copy
      Wish the Hymns were set better to the music...but all the copies I've seen are like that. Learning the voice part & the words at normal tempo is a bit challenging ...even if I know the tune.
      Confirmed purchase: 16 March 2017
      Published on: 31 March 2017
      10 out of 10

      G M

      Bingley GB
      +
      Reviewer left no comment
      Hate the whole thing but need it for the choir I sing with.
      Confirmed purchase: 13 March 2017
      Published on: 29 March 2017

      Musicroom Reviews

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      Review
      5
      Me? Rate Stainer's Crucifixtion? Not worthy. Is the right copy to have if you are singing with a choir? - yes. It even summarises the very minor changes that have been made in the different issues made by Stainer. Although it does no mention the change of "land" to "earth"
      Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
      5
      This copy is clear and very easy to read. It is a wonderful piece.
      Anonymous - (Christchurch, United Kingdom)
      5
      An excellent edition, showing the hallmarks of scholarship. The music is easy to read, and is very clear. Thoroughly recommended
      Hugh Mackay - (Walsall)
      4
      I have sung both Stainer's Crucifixion and Maunder's Olivet to Calvary, in the capacity of soloist or chorus member. Both Cantatas are very enjoyable to sing and are pleasant to listen to. The very famous God So Loved The World from the Crucifixion is very moving, as is the chorus, Fling Wide The Gates. It is a great pity it is not performed more regularly.
      Anonymous - (Ormskirk, United Kingdom)
      5
      Perfect. Clear and easy to follow. Good notes for info etc. You can't go wrong with this.
      Anonymous - (Leicester, United Kingdom)
      5
      Stainer's CRUCIFIXION has been performed by the choir of St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia ever since the late 1890s till date. It is one of the most inspiring and moving pieces ever performed. A favourite with the congregation when they throng in numbers every Good Friday to hear the masterpiece of this composer.
      Anonymous - ()
      5
      Significantly easier to read than previous edition and yet retains the same page numbers so a mixture of old and new editions in the same choir is possible without causing grief for the conductor (they get enough of that already)
      Anonymous - (Marlborough, United Kingdom)
      5
      I think this is an excellent piece of music which is still fortunately being used in many churches, all in full or in parts.
      Anonymous - (Christchurch, United Kingdom)
      5
      This is a superb example of music of its period, and is within the skill level of SATB choirs, where most singers have some music reading ability. It requires tenor and bass soloists, with three additional soloists from the choir for minor parts. The accompaniment is reasonably straightforward, though it has some tricky passages, and it requires fluency in keys up to 5# and 5b.The edition is clear and well laid out, with some good editorial notes.
      Anonymous - (Ivybridge, United Kingdom)
      5
      I have used Novello editions many years ago and I always purchase them. I am delighted with the Olivet to Calvery Score
      Anonymous - (Cottenham, United Kingdom)
      5
      As always music arrived super fast and was in perfect condition owing to the very good packaging. Very pleased and will keep on ordering my music from you on behalf of my choir. Thanks
      Anonymous - (Woodbridge, United Kingdom)
      5
      I think this is an excellent piece of music which is still fortunately being used in many churches, all in full or in parts.
      Anonymous - (Christchurch, United Kingdom)
      5
      As I expected it to be. Lovely and clear to read
      Anonymous - (Waterlooville, United Kingdom)

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