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composer: John Adams (American minimalist composer) (2012)
librettist: Peter Sellars (theatre director)
part of: The Gospel According to the Other Mary (opera-oratorio)
parts: The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene I. "Now a certain woman named Martha welcomed him Into her house"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene I. "The next day in the city jail we were searched for drugs"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene II. "And she had a sister named mary"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene II. "I am surprised that I am beginning to pray daily"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene II. Chorus "En un día de amor"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. "Don't touch my left arm!"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. "In my own quietly explosive here"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. "Jesus said, take ye away the stone"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. "Now a certain man was sick, named Lazarus"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. "When Mary was come where Jesus was"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. "Why standest thou afar off, lord?"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. Chorus "Drop down, ye heavens"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. Lazarus Dies
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene III. Lazarus Rises From the Dead
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene IV. "For the grave cannot praise thee"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene IV. Mary Washes the Feet of Jesus
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene IV. Supper at Bethany
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene V. "And there were some who had indignation within themselves"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene V. "Tell me: how is this night different from all other night?"
The Gospel According to the Other Mary: Act I, Scene V. "We know there will be no utopias"