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From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: Stigmata : bodily marks or pains resembling the wounds of the crucified Christ and sometimes accompanying religious ecstasy.
Ho's Stigmata is a highly expressive work that journeys through moments of loneliness and profound sadness. Various pitch-bend techniques are organically built into the thematic material to convey expressive gestures of sorrow (analogous to “sighs”, “wails”, etc.), concluding with a prayer-like hymn.
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