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KRCEK, J.: One who is (The) (Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Pilsen Philharmonic, Krcek)

    

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KRCEK, J.: One who is (The) (Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Pilsen Philharmonic, Krcek)


Krcek, Jaroslav
Bible - New Testament / Steiner, Rudolf, lyricist(s)

  The One who is
1.   Stones to Bread: Oh, Light of the World 00:24:36
2.   Stones to Bread: Our Father 00:12:56
3.   Sermon on the Mount 00:15:41
4.   To Word 00:21:34

Total Playing Time: 01:14:47






Composer(s):
Krcek, Jaroslav

Lyricist(s):
Bible - New Testament; Steiner, Rudolf

Conductor(s):
Krcek, Jaroslav

Orchestra(s):
Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra

Choir(s):
Prague Philharmonic Chorus

Artist(s):
Adlerova, Edita; Janal, Roman; Strejcek, Alfred

Label: ArcoDiva

Genre: Vocal

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: UP0144-2

Barcode: 8594029811447

Physical Release: 03/2012

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