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Miklos Rozsa: Three Choral Suites:Ben-Hur, Quo Vadis and King of Kings (2005)

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  • Media Types MP3; Digital Download

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  1. TracksTrack TitleTrack Time
  2. 01 Ben-Hur Overture 3:52
  3. 02 Star of Bethlehem/Adoration of the Magi 3:51
  4. 03 Rowing of the Galley Slaves 2:39
  5. 04 Alleluia 2:08
  6. 05 Parade of the Charioteers 3:25
  7. 06 Ben-Hur Miracle and Finale 5:29
  8. 07 Quo Vadis Prelude 1:46
  9. 08 Ave Caesar March 4:12
  10. 09 Fertility Hymn 1:15
  11. 10 Assyrian Dance 1:57
  12. 11 Marcus and Lygia 4:50
  13. 12 Quo Vadis Miracle and Finale 4:03
  14. 13 King of Kings Overture 4:02
  15. 14 Roman Legions 1:35
  16. 15 Nativity 1:58
  17. 16 The Feast of the Passover 2:05
  18. 17 Herod's Feast 1:08
  19. 18 Miracles of Christ 2:51
  20. 19 The Lord's Prayer 2:21
  21. 20 Pieta 3:00
  22. 21 King of Kings Resurrection and Finale 2:23

Description

Description

Late in his brilliant career, Miklós Rózsa had begun rearranging portions of his scores to Ben- Hur, Quo Vadis, and King of Kings as choral suites. But Rózsa died in 1995, and the project was left to friends, pupils, and admirers— including Christopher Palmer, Julian Kershaw, Daniel Robbins, Joseph D. Price and Erich Kunzel— to bring the idea to fruition. With the assistance and encouragement of the composer's son, Nick Rózsa, Telarc is proud to present the world premiere of this magnificent music, performed by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir under the direction of Erich Kunzel.