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Lacrimosa dies illa for choir, piano and handbells (3-5 octaves) is an unflinchingly pointed song originating from the third movement of my first symphony that proclaims that "it was I" who sent Jesus to the cross. It is the unrelentingly dark and haunting truth of the crucifixion based on the idea that to understand resurrection, one must appreciate death.
Handbells are optional but add a lot to it.
Premiered 3/16/08: Mt. Pleasant Community Church, Mt. Pleasant, MI
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