1. Ninivitae - Giacomo Carissimi. 2. Alleluia - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( Lyne Fortin, Orchestre Symphonique De Quebec, Pascal V. 2:340:30. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
Sacred choral music by Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky, traditional chants of Russian and Eastern orthodox church, supplemented with original church bells ringing of Kiev Pechersk Monastery of caves. The CD is opened with unusual rendition of Rachmaninoff vesper "To Thee We Sing" performed by the Kiev Chamber Choir. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Album · 2002 · 17 Songs. Anthology Of Sacred Music Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music. Bless the Lord, O My Soul (S. Rachmaninov).
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There are times when music, including sacred music, has an onomatopoetic quality; they sound like what their words are describing. For example, there are songs that describe the crucifixion featuring hammer blows in the background, and songs about the resurrection and ascension that feature notes soaring up the scale. The best way to understand musical onomatopoeia is to listen to examples of it. So, consider the eight examples of sacred music I present below, which powerfully take up the very sound of what the words are describing. I recall only too well the surge upwards in my soul as I was part of the performance of ‘The Trumpet Shall Sound’, with it’s piercing obligato played by that very same instrument!