Skip to main content

Copy the text below to embed this resource

Leonard Bernstein's Mass : a theatre piece for singers, players, and dancers / music by Leonard Bernstein .
Date
2019
Main contributor
See Other Contributors
Contributors
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990; Schwartz, Stephen; Kitsopoulos, Constantine; Rosenthal, Carl; Sanders, Jeremiah; Busch, Isabella; Evans, Candace; Smith, Mark Frederic; Pisano, Linda, 1967-; Hensley, Todd; Gimenez, E. M.; Burton, Jonathan (Author); Indiana University Opera Theater
Publisher
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Genres
Filmed performances.; Live sound recordings.; Operas.; Masses.
Subjects
Operas; Masses; Liturgical dramas
Collection
Cook Music Library, Jacobs School of Music Performances
Unit
Music Library
Language
Latin
Physical Description
1 online resource (streaming video and audio files) : digital
Related Item
Program
Notes

Title from program.

Performance time taken from audio recording.

"Leonard Bernstein's Mass was created for the opening of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., September 8, 1971"--program.

"Texts from the Tridentine Mass of the Roman Catholic Church and by Leonard Bernstein, with additional texts by Stephen Schwartz"--program.

Creation/Production Credits

Stage director and choreographer, Candace Evans ; set designer, Mark F. Smith ; costume designer, Linda Pisano ; lighting designer, Todd Hensley ; audio engineer, E. M. Gimenez ; supertitle author, Jonathan Burton.

Language Note

Sung in Latin and English

Performers

Carl Rosenthal, as the Celebrant ; Jeremiah Sanders, as the Preacher ; Isabella Busch, child soloist ; Blues singers (Milan Babić, Ben Plunkett, Amy Wooster) ; Rock singers (Joey LaPlant, Benjamin St. John, Tislam Swift, Ethan Udovich) ; Faith leaders (Akshat Gupta, Hoko Karnegis, James Nelson, Ehsan Noorzad) ; Street Singers (Lindsay Allen, Milan Babić, Aimes Dobbins, Andrew Flanagin, Denique Isaac, Olivia LaBarge, Tara Lacy, Joey LaPlant, Grace Lerew, Imara Miles, Benjamin Plunkett, Dennis Rendleman, Jeremiah Sanders, Benjamin St. John, Tislam Swift, Lexi Taylor, Ethan Udovich, Gabriella Will, Amy Wooster, Kandace Wyatt) ; Indiana University Opera Theater ; Constantine Kitsopoulos, conductor.

Statement of Responsibility

music by Leonard Bernstein .

Contents

I. Devotions before Mass. 1. Antiphon: Kyrie eleison ; 2. Hymn and psalm: "A simple song" (Carl Rosenthal, celebrant) ; 3. Responsory: Alleluia -- II. First introit : (Rondo). 1. Prefatory prayers ; 2. Thrice-triple canon: Dominus vobiscum -- III. Second introit. 1. In nomine Patris ; 2. Prayer for the congregation (Chorale: "Almighty Father") -- IV. Confession. 1. Confiteor ; 2. Trope: "I don't know" (Benjamin St. John) ; 3. Trope: "Easy" (Blues singers and Rock singers) -- V. Meditation no. 1 : (orchestra) -- VI. Gloria. 1. Gloria tibi ; 2. Gloria in excelsis ; 3. Trope: "Half of the people" ; 4. Trope: "Thank you" (Denique Isaac) -- VII. Meditation no. 2 : (orchestra) -- VIII. Epistle: "The word of the Lord" -- IX. Gospel-sermon: "God said" (Jeremia Sanders, preacher) -- X. Credo. 1. Credo in unum Deum ; 2. Trop: Non credo (Joey LaPlant) ; 3. Trope: "Hurry" (Imara Miles) ; 4. Trope: "World without end" (Lindsay Allen) ; 5. Trope: "I believe in God" (Andrew Flanagin) -- XI. Meditation no. 3 (De profundis, part 1) -- XII. Offertory (De profundis, part 2) -- XIII. The Lord's prayer. 1. Our Father ; 2. Trope: "I go on" -- XIV. Sanctus -- XV. Agnus Dei -- XVI. Fraction: "Things get broken" -- XVII. Pax: Communion ("Secret songs") (Joey LaPlant, Gabriella Will, Benjamin St. John, Tiffany Choe, Joseph McBrayer, Kandace Wyatt, Ethan Udovich).

Venue/Event Date

Recorded live: 2019 April 6, Musical Arts Center, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 17477793; OCLC: ocn1098062125; OCLC: 1098062125; Other: vae0710