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Korizmeni koncert u Mostaru: Stabat Mater (fotografija) / Lent concert : Stabat Mater (photography/Mostar)


Stabat Mater is a 13th century hymn to Mary. It was set to music by many composers, this performance was a version  by Pergolesi, an Italian composer.

Stabat Mater je himna Mariji iz 13 stoljeća. Uglazbili su je brojni skladatelji, a ova izvedba bila je prema talijanskom skladatelju Pergolesiju.

Lent concert: Stabat Mater 

Korizmeni koncert u Mostaru: Stabat Mater

the title comes from the opening line: Stabat mater dolorosa meaninig the sorrowful mother stood 
Academic Choir (University in Mostar)

Akademski pjevački zbor Sveučilišta u Mostaru





solistice: Nina Kadijević/ Monija Jarak

Nina Kadijević (sopran)

sa lijeva na desno:  Nina Kadijević (sopran)/ Damir Bunoza (dirigent)/ Monija Jarak (mezzosopran)

from right to left:  Nina Kadijević (sopran)/ Damir Bunoza (dirigent)/ Monija Jarak (mezzosopran)

sa lijeva na desno:  Nina Kadijević (sopran)/ Damir Bunoza (dirigent)/ Monija Jarak (mezzosopran)


I'm a bit late with posting these photographs being that I took them at the end of the last month. The lent concert was held on the 30th of March. Well, better late then never, right?

Malo kasnim s objavljivanjem ovih fotografija. Korizmeni koncert bio je krajem ožujka.  Bolje kasnije nego nikad, zar ne? 

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  1. amazing....look so gorgeous!
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  2. Arte e musica...fantastico!

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  3. These are wonderful...love seeing live music :) x

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    1. yes, live music is always something special.

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  4. I'm sure it was a really nice event :) http://mykindofjoy.blogspot.pt/

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  5. assolutamente si, adoro!
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  6. Chissà che bello dev'essere stato!

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  7. Vjerujem da je bilo lijepo!

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  8. You do it right to attend concerts! And you know that I'm convinced that singing makes the life happier :)

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  9. je, uvijek me veseli čuti glazbu uživo:)

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  10. I would like to hear this concert.

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    1. I have a short video but the quality is not very good because I don't have a recording camera.

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  11. It looks like a great event. I have been to a concert last summer in Switzerland and it was amazing and so relaxing.
    Hugs!
    Dusana :-)

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  12. Oh, what a wonderful event, thank you for sharing, Ivana! I agree better late than never:)
    I really love visiting such concerts, listening good, inspiring music and enjoy well dressed, intelligent audience around.

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    1. I wish I could go to the theater every evening:) I enjoy it for the same reasons as you do.

      Speaking of that, I don't have anything against the movies, but the two really cannot be compared. Sometimes it confuses me that people prefer the movies to such events. Life performance be it a concert or a play is a distinct art phenomenon. There is always that risk that something will go wrong and there is always something new in the every performance, it is never a reproduction. That makes it more like life itself. It also makes us (the audience) somehow a part of it all.

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  13. Beautiful event, concert is wonderful and so relaxing.

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