The Passion of God’s Son, according to Mark: Audio File

Yesterday, in the Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus, Dr. Erik Herrmann chanted the text of the passion account from the Gospel according to Mark. Erik’s description of his preparations are available here, in a previous post.

The cantor is positioned in the balcony, out of sight of the worshippers. So we have provided only the audio, rather than video, for this piece. The track is available on our iTunesU site.

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  1. Peter March 31, 2015
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    Is it possible for you to post the .mp3 file for those without iTunes?

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