Via Crucis, S.53

Via Crucis, S.53 (Der Kreuzweg - Die 14 Stationen des Kreuzweges) is a Sacred Oratorio composed by Franz Liszt between 1876 and 1879. It has 15 sections: an introduction and the 14 segments which correspond with each of the Stations of the Cross in the Way of Sorrows. The first known performance of this Via Crucis was in March 29th 1929 in Budapest. The average performance time of this piece is 37 minutes.

This piece contains the following parts:

  Song Title Performer License Download HD
Via Crucis, S.53 - Introduction (Vexilla regis) (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station I (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station II (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station III (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station IV (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station V (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station VI (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station VII (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station VIII (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station IX (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station X (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station XI (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station XII (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station XIII (Harmonium)
Via Crucis, S.53 - Station XIV (Harmonium)
Composer Form Instrument Period
Franz Liszt Oratorio Organ Romantic

Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt was a 19th-century Hungarian composer, pianist, conductor, and teacher. Liszt became renowned throughout Europe during the nineteenth century for his ...
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