For orchestra, 8 solo voices, double chorus, boys' chorus, and organ.
Sung in Latin (1st movement) and German (remainder).
The 1st movement a setting of the hymn Veni Creator Spiritus; the 2nd a setting of the final scene from Goethe's Faust.
Deborah Voigt, Margaret Jane Wray, Heidi Grant, sopranos ; Delores Ziegler, Marietta Simpson, mezzo-sopranos ; Michael Sylvester, tenor ; William Stone, baritone ; Kenneth Cox, bass ; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus ; Atlanta Boy Choir ; Ohio State University Chorale ; Ohio State University Symphonic Choir ; Master Chorale of Tampa Bay ; members of the University of South Florida Chorus ; Robert Shaw, conductor.
Recorded Apr. 27-29, 1991, Woodruff Memorial Arts Center, Atlanta, Ga.
Program notes in English, French, and German, biographical notes on the performers in English, and texts in Latin and German with English, French, and German translations (43 p.) on container insert.
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