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Marcel Dupré: The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: I. Jesus Is Condemned to Death
00:03:21

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: II. Jesus Receives His Cross
00:04:28

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: III. Jesus Falls the First Time
00:05:21

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: IV. Jesus Meets His Mother
00:05:47

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: V. Simon the Cyrene Helps Jesus to Carry His Cross
00:02:55

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: VI. Jesus and Veronica
00:04:41

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: VII. Jesus Falls a Second Time
00:04:12

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: VIII. Jesus Comforts the Women of Jerusalem
00:06:05

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: IX. Jesus Falls a Third Time
00:04:34

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: X. Jesus Is Stripped of His Clothes
00:03:49

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: XI. Jesus Is Nailed to the Cross
00:03:41

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: XII. Jesus Dies Upon the Cross
00:05:11

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29: XIII. The Body of Jesus Is Taken from the Cross and Laid in Mary's Bosom
00:03:57

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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The Stations of the Cross, Op. 29 : XIV. The Body of Jesus Is Laid in the Tomb
00:07:39

Marcel Dupre, Composer - Stephen Tharp, MainArtist

2005 Jav Recordings, Inc. 2005 Jav Recordings, Inc.

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