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The Living Last Supper (10-Pack Cds)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Performance CD
Composer Ruth Elaine Schram
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 99/2049L

Price: $60.00

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The Living Last Supper (10-Pack Cds) Composed by Ruth Elaine Schram. For Performance CD. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 99/2049L)

One of Christianity's most significant events was brilliantly portrayed by Leonardo Da Vinci: The Last Supper. This Renaissance masterpiece is brought to life in Ruth Elaine Schram's remarkable new work, "The Living Last Supper." The music passionately captures the pathos of the event while the disciples speak, expressing their innermost thoughts with brief but poignant monologues. The music is tuneful and easily accessible; the monologues are short and easily memorized; and production suggestions, disciple character descriptions, and an optional communion service are included. Also available is a Production Support CD-ROM, including an image of the background only of Da Vinci's painting, suitable for use as a backdrop, and templates for creating your own programs and posters that coordinate with the cantata artwork. Whether included as a Holy Week service or any celebration of Holy Communion, "The Living Last Supper" will be a truly memorable presentation for your ministry of music.

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