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John Zorn

On The Torment Of Saints, The Casting Of Spells And The Evocation Of Spirits

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  • Type CD
  • Label Tzadik
  • UPC 0702397900320
  • Catalog number TZAD 9003
  • Release date 28 February 14

About the album

Three pieces of magic and religious mysticism performed by a new generation of musical masters! Written as a companion piece to “Walpurgisnacht” (2004), “All Hallows’ Eve” is a tour de force in three movements for string trio—satanic counterpoint for the Witches’ Sabbath. Written as a gift to the ICE ensemble, Zorn wrote “The Tempest” as a musical reading of Shakespeare’s mystical and enigmatic last play. Finally, the virtuosic Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble performs Zorn’s mini piano concerto in the form of a philosophical dialogue between St. Anthony and his tormentors.

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    1
    The Tempest: A masque
     
    11:21
  • 1
    2
    All Hallow's Eve: I. Matins
     
    09:29
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    3
    All Hallow's Eve: II. Lauds
     
    04:09
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    4
    All Hallow's Eve: III. Vespers
     
    01:37
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    5
    The Temptations of St. Anthony
     
    08:47

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