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John Debney's musical score for The Passion Of The Christ enhanced the film’s images to an otherworldly realm. In his Oratorio, John has gone a step further & expanded his inspiration to a work that transcends its orchestrations to speak straight to the heart & soul, like a prayer.
— Mel Gibson
John Debney’s “The Passion Oratorio,” inspired by the composer’s Oscar-nominated score for The Passion of the Christ, was performed in 2015 at the Mosque Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain during Holy Week. The concert attended by 6,000 people was the first orchestral concert at the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba in more than 40 years. Conducted by Kevin Kaska, the performance featured the Córdoba Orchestra and Choir Ziryab along with performers from the film’s score, woodwind player Pedro Eustache, and vocalist and soloist Lisbeth Scott. The Córdoba Mosque is one of the largest and oldest in the world. The release of this video coincides with the 15th Anniversary of the release of the film.
The Passion Oratorio is something I have wanted to do ever since I composed the musical score to Mel Gibson’s film: The Passion of the Christ. The symphony is a major new work based on and drawing from themes composed for the film.
It is a new work in seven movements expressing the Passion (Stations of the Cross) in an emotional and spiritually uplifting way. It is a work of deep faith for Christians as well as people of all faiths to help foster a “turning back to God”. This work is also intended to exemplify the universal ideals of Love, Faith, Hope, and Mercy. — John Debney
Official Release Date: April 16, 2019
Extended interviews with
John Debney, Lisbeth Scott, and Pedro Eustache
Number of Discs: 1
Aspect Ratio: 1:85:1
Format: Color NTSC
Total Running Time: 92 minutes
Feature Presentation: 74 minutes
Bonus Features: Approximately 45 minutes
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