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John McCormack - Panis Angelicus / Christ Went Up Into The Hills album

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Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 18 сент. 2008 г. "Christ Went Up Into the Hills", John McCormack. Victor (RS Scroll) 6708-B. Christ Went Up Into the Hills" (Katherine Adams-Richard Hageman), John McCormack. Tenor with orchestra. First issued in late 1927. Played on 1926 Granada (4-4).

Sacris solemniis" is a hymn written by St. Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274) for the Feast of Corpus Christi (now called the Solemnity of the Holy Body and Blood of Christ). The strophe of "Sacris solemniis" that begins with the words "Panis angelicus" (bread of angels) has often been set to music separately from the rest of the hymn

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Panis Angelicus - Cesar Franck - Arreglo a 3 voces por Santiago Auat-. Conservatorio Felix Garzon - Córdoba, Argentina Informática Musical - Prof. Cesar FRANCK - Panis Angelicus Au départ, il s’agissait d’un hymne liturgique écrit par Saint Thomas d’Aquin pour la fête du Corps du Christ. Panis Angelicus de Cesar Franck fait partie de la Messe à 3 voix Op. 12. C'est un chant Solo pour Ténor. Adaptation pour chœur .

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Panis Angelicus" is a taken from the hymn "Sacris solemniis," which was written by Saint Thomas Aquinas in the 13th century. The song was originally written for the Feast of Corpus Christi, a celebration of the body and blood of Jesus Christ. This holiday provided a time of feast and prayers for the Mass and Liturgy of the Hours, which included various psalms, hymns, readings, and prayers. In 1872, composer César Franck set "Panis Angelicus" to music as part of a sacred composition. Musical Arrangements. The melody of Franck's "Panis Angelicus" exaggerates and accentuates some of the words in the text such as "pauper, servus et humilis" (poor humble servant). Franck was one of the main leaders in French music in the late 1800s, and he was known for creating work with the emotional engagement, technical density, and thematic significance usually associated with German songwriters.

Alexandre Morrissey performs "Panis Angelicus" in competition on the third season of the French TV show "Prodigies". Half the battle with children of his age is teaching them to support from their core, and not to fall into the trap of creating vibrato in the throat, which can lead to vocal nodes later in life. Alexandre does not have this problem and from his technique, must have been very well trained.

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A Panis Angelicus (Oh Lord Most Holy)
Written-By – Cesar Franck*
B Christ Went Up Into The Hills
Music By – Richard HagemanWords By – Katherine Adams

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.


  • Tenor Vocals – John McCormack


Side A recorded May 6, 1927.
Side B recorded May 4, 1927.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 2 C 6708A 1 [Circled VE Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 1 C 6708B [Circled VE Logo]

John McCormack  - Panis Angelicus / Christ Went Up Into The Hills album
Light Music
Performer: John McCormack
Title: Panis Angelicus / Christ Went Up Into The Hills
Category: Pop / Classical
Released: 1927
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 435