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17. Who's It Going to Be? + I've Had a Dream

Dutch version: Kiezen jullie maarIk kreeg een droom.

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Summary

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Recordings

Please see the Dutch version Kiezen jullie maarIk kreeg een droom.

Text

Who's It Going to Be, part 1

Herald:

All rise, all rise, Mr. Pilate's here!

Pilate:

As for the Jesus case: I had my doubt.
Before I had said a word, they began to shout:
"Indictment: rebellion! Death our demand!"
But Jesus seemed harmless. The charge would not stand.
I wanted this over, so I tried a plan.

I said: "You know, that on the Feast it is tradition
to pardon a prisoner. Now, you make the decision:
Will Jesus Bar Abbas, the terrorist, be free?
Or Jesus of Nazareth, the teacher? Tell me:
Just who will I free? Which Jesus? Who's it going to be?"

I've had a dream

Clerk:

Message for you, mister Pilate, greetings from your wife.

Mrs. Pilate:

My darling Pontius, please let him be,
the man in front of you, please let him be.
Do not convict him, for I know:
He is not guilty, simply not guilty.
I've had a dream, my darling!
And now I ask of you: Please let him be,
the man in front of you, please let him be.

My darling Pontius...

You are the governor, you're in command.
I stand here powerless, with empty hands.
You're the decider, yet I know:
He is not guilty, simply not guilty!
Make no mistake, my darling!
Again, I beg of you: Please let him be,
Don't have him crucified, please let him be!

A loving, loving kiss...

Who's It Going to Be, part 2

Pilate:

In that one minute, while my wife had me distracted,
The high priest had worked the crowds, who eagerly reacted.
I asked them to choose now. They answered as one cry:
"Not him, but Bar Abbas! Bar Abbas is our guy!"
It scared me: The rage, the hatred! Who could tell me why?

"What then," I asked, "of Jesus? How should he be punished?"
The crowds bellowed: "Nail the guy! A cross! We want him finished!"
"I wash my hands clean," I said, "my conscience must be clear!"
They kept screaming: "Kill! Cross!" I gave in to fear.
"All right," I said, "Flog him... Then have him crucified... Get him out of here!"

Text: Hendrik Jan Bosman, 2014
Music: Willibrord Huisman, 2014
Translation: Hendrik Jan Bosman, 2017

Context

Bible passage

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Matthew 27: 32New window, elsewhere)

Score

This part is to be performed by two spatially separated choirs, one singing Pilate, the other singing Pilate's wife.

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