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Heavenly Peace Transcendental Symphony Part III. Adagio2 'Piety'

Year of composition
Santiago Rupérez
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10 minutes
Classical music
Instrumental parts
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Heavenly Peace is a grand work with many aspects ..movements and high technical performing demands [more than 400 performers on stage]: something that is rather rare with 'contemporary' music today. The part 'Piety'; is the second part of the huge Adagio (in three parts). The Audio is the premiere performance in Taipei in 2005. Soloist is the world famous Italian Tenor Angelo Marenzi, joined by the massive forces of the New Dynasty Philharmonic and Chorus under the baton of Israel conductor: Meir MINSKY. With kind allowance of Renaissance Music Society, New York. [RMS International CD productions] For use of orchestral parts: contact via SibeliusMusic.com with the composer.

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