“. . . they crucified him . . .”—John 19:18
SONG: “Crucifixus” for 8 voices | Words: from the Nicene Creed | Music: Antonio Lotti (1667–1740) | Performed by Tenebrae, 2016
Crucifixus etiam pro nobis; sub Pontio Pilato passus et sepultus est.
(He was crucified also for us; under Pontius Pilate he suffered and was buried.)
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[…] Lotti’s Crucifixus [previously] sets a portion of the Nicene Creed for eight voices: Crucifixus etiam pro nobis; sub Pontio Pilato […]
[…] ART VIDEO: “The Crucifixion, c. 1200 (from Christus triumphans to Christus patiens)”: When I was a student in Florence for a semester, my first paper for my Italian history, art, and culture class traced the evolution of the painted wood-panel crucifix in late medieval Italy, from the Christus Triumphans (Triumphant Christ) type to Christus Patiens (Suffering Christ). I lived less than a five-minute walk from the Uffizi, which has in its collection a beautiful example of each—explored by Drs. Steven Zucker and Beth Harris in this short Smarthistory video. Longtime readers of the blog may recognize the latter, which I posted back in 2018. […]