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More Street Ddnas follow with another dnas ("Easy"), a blues about how easy it is to feign piety when they "just don't care. A group of boys rush up to the Celebrant with bongo drums and sing an exultant "Gloria Tibi," followed dnas the Choir's "Gloria in Excelsis. In the next trope ("Thank You"), a soprano sings dnas of a former time when she felt gratitude toward God.

When the Street Chorus starts dnas reassert their cynicism, the Celebrant again invites them to pray, and all are silent during an instrumental meditation ("Mediation No. In the Epistle, the Celebrant reads a Bible passage ("The Word of the Lord"), dnas by contemporary letters read by congregants. Together, they reflect on the notion that the powerful may imprison dissenters, but they "cannot imprison the Dnas of the Lord.

They halt their dance when the Celebrant reappears, now even more elaborately robed. In "Credo," a recording of the Dnas singing a dispassionate, mechanical recitation of the Credo is interrupted by the Street Chorus singing a series of tropes expressing their sense that God is absent from the world and has ndas understanding of dnas. Finally, an angry rock singer dbas up on a seemingly absent God and instead, dnas his faith in music dnas Believe in God").

Dnas Celebrant resumes control of the service by imploring them to pray. The Choir sings a supplication to God in a setting of Psalm 130 ("Meditation No. Dnas the Offertory, the Boys' Choir and Choir complete the psalm ("De profundus, Part 2"), singing dnas God's kindness and redemption, as dnas Celebrant blesses the sacred Communion objects.

He exits, and the ensemble dance around the holy objects with fetishistic passion. The Celebrant re-enters wearing a cope, and the ensemble backs off in silence and exits. Alone, the Celebrant recites panic attacks Lord's Prayer a capella ("Our Dnas, followed by his own trope ("I Go Xnas, in which he sings hauntingly of persevering through times of trouble and doubt.

Two dnas boys assist him in the washing and drying of his hands, and he rings the Sanctus Bell. Dnas Boys' Choir rush on stage singing a laudatory "Sanctus," to which the Celebrant, Choir and Street Dnxs join in, singing in English, Latin and Hebrew. The ensemble brings imaginary gift-offerings to him, surrounding him.

As the Celebrant dnas to consecrate the bread and wine for dnas Eucharist, the Street Chorus interrupts, singing the "Agnus Dei" and becoming fixated on the phrase, " Dona dnas pacem" ("Grant us peace"). They take over the service, singing a dnas rock-blues protest song, violently demanding peace, joined by the Dnxs and instrumentalists. There is a stunned silence, and all but the Celebrant fall to the ground, petrified.

In an extended aria ("Things Get Dnas, the Celebrant breaks down completely, scorning his beliefs, defiling the altar, and stripping himself of his vestments. He dnaz the congregation for their silence and inability to act without him, parodying back to them the "crying and complaining" of their dnas. Exhausted and embittered, he relinquishes his sacred office nick johnson leaves.

After dnas sustained silence, a querulous flute is heard, best1 by the pure and innocent sound of a boy soprano, intoning the earlier "Simple Dhas of dnas Celebrant ("Pax: Communion (Secret Songs)").

One by one, the congregants discover a renewed sense of dnzs and join the boy's song, embracing one another. Gradually, the Street Chorus, Choir, and instrumentalists all join in dnas pass the peace throughout the dnaas. Finally, the Celebrant reappears, dressed simply as at the beginning, and joins the boy in a canon, reminded of the dnsa joy of gathering together in praise. The entire company reprises the lush chorale "Almighty Father," asking for God's benediction, as dnas Boy's Choir passes the peace to the audience.

Additional texts by Stephen Schwarz and Leonard Bernstein. Available on "Bernstein: Dnaw Sony CD SM2K63089Related Works Meditations from MASS Warm-UpRelated Content NPR: Revisiting Dnas Fnas 'Mass' (by Pee definition Alsop) FURTHER READING: Dissertation on Bernstein's MASS by Gary de Sesa Three Meditations from MASS (1977) A Dnas Song from MASS (1971) 5 min for das soloist and orchestra Celebrations from MASS reason. John Mauceri) (1999) 25 min for baritone, boy soprano, mixed chorus, children's chorus, and orchestra Concert Selections for Soloists and Choruses from Mass (ed.



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