V. In the Garden of Gethsemane (Water Passion After St. Matthew) – University of Utah Singers

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The University of Utah Singers and A Cappella Choir perform “In the Garden of Gethsemane” movement V of Water Passion After St. Matthew by Tan Dun, live in concert, April 10th & 11th 2009 in Libby Gardner Concert Hall under the direction of Dr. Brady Allred. Guest artists: Alisa Thomason – Soprano Gary Sorensen – Bass Leslie Henrie – Violin Amy Leung – Cello Michael Lipsey, Robert Johnson, Parker Wightman – Percussion Dr. Yuanlin Chen – Sampler From the University of Utah Singers Video Archive Text: Soprano: trees want to rest, wind never stops. Chorus: wu…wu…wu…Eli Eli Lamala… Soprano: in the Garden of Gethsemane Jesus said to his disciples: let me pray. Jesus (Bass): sorrow, bitter sorrow, take this cup of suffering from me! Soprano: he returned to the disciples and found them asleep. Jesus (Bass): the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak. Soprano: the disciples still slept. Jesus (Bass): wake up! Soprano: Judas arrived with a large crowd with swords. Soprano & Chorus: The man I kiss is the one you want. Soprano: Judas went straight to Jesus and said: Soprano & Chorus: May peace be with you, teacher. Chorus: Eli Eli Lamala…arrest him! Jesus (Bass): all those who take up the sword will die by the sword. Chorus: Eli Eli Lamala…arrest him! Soprano: then all the disciples left Jesus and fled. Chorus: Eli Eli Lamala…arrest him! Chorus: a sound is heard in water, in darkness, the tears are crying for silence…


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