Voice from STATIONS OF AFFLICTION for Voice, Clarinet, and Double Bass
The iconography in Roman Catholic churches always includes 14 'Stations' depicting the Way of the Cross. Contemplating Kevin Nichols' insightful meditations on these Stations of the Cross, I "heard" music (snatches of plainsong, Gaelic hymnody and Bach Passions). I sought Mgr. Nichols' permission to create accompanying music for his text. Upon hearing my work (in Cork, and in the Cathedral in Newcastle-upon Tyne) he suggested that I had 'seen' the events depicted 'through his eyes' as he 'heard the music through my ears'.The Double Bass suggests the ever-increasing effort in Christ's relentless plodding to Calvary, while the Clarinet bleakly comments on the terrible journey.
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