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The Crucifixion may be his only tangible musical legacy, but he is perhaps even better remembered by musicologists for his contributions to the discipline. His edition of Early Bodleian Music is recognised as the earliest attempt by an English scholar to investigate music before the great Renaissance figures of Palestrina, Lassus, Victoria and Tallis. As a founder member of the Musical Association, President of the Royal College of Organists and many other professional bodies, and co-founder of august societies and institutions such as the Oxford Philharmonic Society and the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, he worked tirelessly for the improvement of music appreciation and education, and enhanced standards throughout the country as a whole.
Given its immense popularity, Stainer obviously succeeded in the latter. As to the forces: while the choir parts are more than manageable for a decent amateur choir, the organist has to be more than competent, and the singers, who carry most of the narrative, need to be quite exceptional amateurs and preferably professionals.
The structure of The Crucifixion is inspired by J. Bach, the scheme of arias recitatives, choruses and chorales hymns reflecting that of the St John and St Matthew Passions.
Unlike the passions, however, there is no orchestra to provide light and shade to accompaniments and add piquancy or punch to the drama. The congregation is invited to stand for these hymns and so directly take part in a communal celebration at this crucial point in the liturgical year.
While the first performance was a success, the libretto, by the Reverend William Sparrow-Simpson would soon attract ferocious criticism and the music has also been vilified down the years.The Crucifixion was dedicated to Stainer's friend and pupil William Hodge, and the choir of Marylebone Parish Church in London. Its first performance was as part of a series of Lenten services, and this was the way Stainer intended it to be performed.
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