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Simon Vincent: Stations of the Cross

Simon Vincent

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Meditations on Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
6:12
Stations of the Cross  
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First Offering: Opening
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:52
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Station 1: Jesus, a man of truth, is comdemned to death by the crowd, through their government
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:08
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Station 2: The truth is beaten and flogged and roped to the execution beam
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:32
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Station 3: He falls under pressure from without
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:00
6
Station 4: He is helped by his mother
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:16
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Station 5: He is helped by Simon of Cyrene
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:36
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Station 6: He is helped by Veronica, who wipes his face
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:36
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Station 7: He falls for the second time under pressure from within
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
0:44
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Station 8: Jesus turning said, "Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me but weep for yourselves and your children"
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:22
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Station 9: Under great pressure from the crowd, he falls for the third time
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:07
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Station 10: We strip him of his clothes
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
0:57
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Station 11: Jesus is held down by the crowd as the tools of government drive in the nails
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:13
14
Station 12: He is executed on the cross
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
2:20
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Station 13: The body of Jesus is held by his mother
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
1:04
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Station 14: He is enclosed into his tomb
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
2:00
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Station 15: Illumination: Awareness, Enlightenment, Insight, Inspiration, Understanding
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
2:16
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Second Offering: Conclusion
Simon Vincent; Simon Vincent
2:44
Total Playing Time    31:59
Inspired by a short but moving visit to Jerusalem in 2015, British pianist Simon Vincent composed this work for solo piano depicting Christ's spiritual, emotional and corporeal journey, accompanying his path to crucifixion and subsequent resurrection. Characterized by long, sustained chords intended as moments for reflection and prayer, the piece takes the form of 17 small movements. It is intended that the work opens up reflection upon and discussion of the image of a sole human figure weighed down with burden, an image which Vincent says raises issues of the relationship of the individual to a society and a state which are not only capable of looking away but also of allowing suffering, themes of truly vital relevance today.
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