Friday, September 19, 2008

Pater Noster, by Pamintuan

The composer of this Pater Noster is John August Pamintuan and the choir is the Philippine Madrigal Singers, directed by Marc Anthony Carpio, as highlighted by Cantemus Domino. The piece is stunning, as you will see. But I'm also intrigued at the performance model: sitting down and forward, conductor to the side who is only giving small movements, and also it seems that there is no clapping at the end, which is a relief. A very beautiful presentation.

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