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Seven Last Words from the Cross


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James MacMillan , composerofthe
_ acclaimed Confession oflsobelGoudie, was commissioned by the BBC to write this seven-part piece on the Passion of Christ as a contribution to this year's Easter celebrations.
Using texts from the Gospels and Holy Week liturgies, and starting with Father Forgive
Them for TheyKnowNot What They Do, the work proceeds in ten-minute segments throughout the week performed by the Cappella Nova choir and the BT Scottish Ensemble in a disused church in Glasgow. All seven parts ca n be heard at 11.30pm on Radio 3 on Good Friday. The conductor is Alan Tavener.
Director Mike Barnes. A Hunter production fix BBCtv


Unknown: James MacMillan
Unknown: Alan Tavener.
Director: Mike Barnes.

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Seven Last Words from the Cross

BBC Two England, 26 March 1994 20.55

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