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Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip

Clássico/Oratória • 2013 • Lírico: old sacred text • Titulo arternativo: Crusefictio
 
 
   
 

partitura completa, MVWV 517-520

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip, MVWV 517-520

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
ZIP, 23.65 Mb ID: SM-000194948 data do carregamento: 26 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Órgão, Flauta, Clarinete, Fagote, Oboé, Trombone baixo, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Trombeta, Tuba, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo, Tarola, Glockenspiel, Gongo, Marimba, Timbales, Tantã, Soprano, Mezzo-soprano, Contra Alto, Barítono, coro misto, Contrafagote, Bombo, Clarinete baixo, Alto Flute
Composição para
Solista, Coral, Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
360'0
his is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.

Total amount of instruments:

Piccolo, 8 flutes, Alto flute, Bass flute, 8 Oboes, Cor anglais, Oboe d'amore, 8 Clarinets, 4 Bass clarinet, 8 Bassoons, 4 Contra bassoons.

8 Horns, 8 Trumpets, 8 trombone's , 4 Tuba's

2 Piano's, 2 Organs, 3 Harp, 2 celesta's


4 sets of timpani, 3 Gongs, Tam tam, Glockenspiel, Sleigh bells, Temple blocks, Triangle, Marimba, Bass marimba, Bass drum, snare drum, Anvil.

6 Soprano's , 4 alto's , 2 Counter tenor, 4 tenor, 1 Baritone, 4 Bass,


Choir
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No.1a, MVWV 517

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.1a, MVWV 517

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 555.5 Kb ID: SM-000194596 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Soprano, Contra Alto
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
13'49
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.1b, MVWV 517

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.1b, MVWV 517

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 1.98 Mb ID: SM-000194597 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Órgão, Flauta, Clarinete, Fagote, Oboé, Trombone baixo, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Trombeta, Tuba, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo, Tarola, Glockenspiel, Gongo, Marimba, Timbales, Tantã, Mezzo-soprano, Contra Alto, Contrafagote, Bombo, Clarinete baixo, Alto Flute
Composição para
Solista, Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
27'24
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.1c, MVWV 517

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.1c, MVWV 517

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 328.9 Kb ID: SM-000194598 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Celesta, Órgão, Fagote, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Tuba, Timbales, coro misto, Bombo
Composição para
Conjunto Grande (9 ou mais participantes)
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
11'2
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.2a, MVWV 518

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.2a, MVWV 518

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 1.08 Mb ID: SM-000194599 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Fagote, Soprano
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
17'25
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.2b, MVWV 518

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.2b, MVWV 518

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 2.31 Mb ID: SM-000194600 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Celesta, Flauta, Flauta piccolo, Clarinete, Fagote, Oboé, Corne Inglês, Trombone baixo, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Trombeta, Tuba, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo, Harpa, Tarola, Gongo, Triângulo, Timbales, Tantã, Contrafagote, Claves, Bombo, Clarinete baixo, Bloco de Madeira, Alto Flute, Oboé d'amore, Flauta baixo, Bigorna, Guizos
Composição para
Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
18'20
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.2c, MVWV 518

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.2c, MVWV 518

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 465.9 Kb ID: SM-000194601 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Contra Alto, Tenor, Barítono, Baixo
Composição para
Solista
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
10'25
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.3a, MVWV 519

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.3a, MVWV 519

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 298.9 Kb ID: SM-000194613 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Flauta, Fagote, Contra Alto
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
10'52
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.3b, MVWV 519

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.3b, MVWV 519

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 2.12 Mb ID: SM-000194614 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Órgão, Flauta, Flauta piccolo, Clarinete, Fagote, Oboé, Trombone baixo, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Trombeta, Tuba, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo, Tarola, Glockenspiel, Gongo, Marimba, Timbales, Tantã, Mezzo-soprano, Contra Alto, Contrafagote, Bombo, Alto Flute, Contralto Clarinet
Composição para
Solista, Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
28'45
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.3c, MVWV 519

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.3c, MVWV 519

ler a lisença
20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 421.6 Kb ID: SM-000194612 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Celesta, Órgão, Fagote, Glockenspiel, Soprano, Contra Tenor, Tenor, Barítono, Baixo, Bombo
Composição para
Solista, Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
11'2
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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No.4a, MVWV 520

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.4a, MVWV 520

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20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 1.04 Mb ID: SM-000194616 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Flauta, Fagote, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Trombeta, Tuba, Tarola, Timbales, coro misto, Bombo
Composição para
Solista, Coral, Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
34'22
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
  • comentários

No.4b, MVWV 520

Título por Autor: Oratorium No.2, Gospel of Philip No.4b, MVWV 520

ler a lisença
20000.00 USD

vendedor Maurice Verheul
PDF, 1.49 Mb ID: SM-000194617 data do carregamento: 18 nov 2013
Instrumentação
Piano, Órgão, Flauta, Flauta piccolo, Clarinete, Fagote, Oboé, Trombone baixo, Trompa francesa, Trombone, Trombeta, Tuba, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo, Tarola, Glockenspiel, Gongo, Marimba, Timbales, Tantã, Soprano, Contra Alto, Contrafagote, Bombo, Clarinete baixo, Alto Flute
Composição para
Solista, Orquestra Sinfônica
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
Editora
Maurice Verheul
dificuldade
Very difficult
duração
28'22
This work I wrote for extended orchestra , ensemble, small ensemble, etc
This is my second oratorio and one of two prologue’s to my Grand play “Judas Christ”
This work is titled Gospel of Phillip and it consist of 11 parts.
The work is found at Naq hamadi , Egypt in 1945. The work was buried in a cave were an peasant found it again when it went lost around the 3th century.
The work is called “Gospel of Phillip” because it mentioned his name and is the only Apostle mentioned. This gospel is one of gnostic gospels we know.
The work is written around 150 to 300 ad. There are some very different insights compared to the other non-gnostic gospels we know.
The Gospel emphasizes the sacramental nature of the embrace between man and woman in the nuptial chamber, which is an archetype of spiritual unity, which entails the indissoluble nature of spiritual marriage.
The Gospel of Philip tells that Jesus married Mary Magdalene. Much of the Gospel of Philip is dedicated to a discussion of marriage as a sacred mystery, and two passages refer directly to Mary Magdalene and her close relationship with Jesus.

I made this work in a time line, a sort of 4 dimensions of you like. The work is divided in 4 parts: Crucefixio, Dolore, Ressurection and Libera me and each part is divided in 3 plays which are performed in three different spaces within the concert hall.
When piece 1of Crucefixio starts, it starts in a small concert hall not all people can see this but on the way to the large hall where part 2 takes place is a line of Flat screens where they can see what is happening and throughout the building there will be loudspeakers so everyone can hear it. In the last 5 minutes of part one everyone must go to the main concert hall for part two. Every one walks in sound now because they are walking along the Flat screens and loud speakers. The large orchestra is starting 1 minute before the end of part 1 in the same “time/ stroke” which is 40 MM. This continues for every part.
The concert public is always moving between 2 or 3 locations in the concert hall.
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