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  1. Arvo Pärt - The Hilliard Ensemble - Gidon Kremer, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Thomas Demenga - Brass Ensemble Staatsorchester Stuttgart*, Dennis Russell Davies: Arvo Pärt - The Hilliard Ensemble - Gidon Kremer, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Thomas Demenga - Brass Ensemble Staatsorchester Stuttgart*, Dennis Russell Davies - Arbos ‎ (LP, Album)/5(22).
  2. May 15,  · Arvo Pärt Arbos The Hilliard Ensemble David James countertenor Rogers Covey-Crump tenor John Potter tenor Gordon Jones baritone Christopher Bowers-Broadbent organ Gidon Kremer violin Vladimir Mendelssohn viola Thomas Demenga cello Brass Ensemble Staatsorchester Stuttgart Dennis Russell Davies conductor Arbos, An den Wassern zu Babel, Pari Intervallo, De Profundis, and .
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Arvo Pärt: Arbos - Dennis Russell Davies, The Hilliard Ensemble on AllMusic - - Pärt's release, Arbos, shows the composer 8/
  4. As London concertgoers discovered during the Almeida Festival, the works of Arvo Part urgently cry out for attention. Why, one asks, has it taken so very long for the music of this far-from-youthful Estonian composer to make its impact on the West? Thankfully, recordings which support the still rare concert performances are at last beginning to emerge.
  5. Feb 14,  · Arvo Part ~ Arbos truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo This CD features some great performances by Pärt specialists of a variety of shorter works. The clamorous Arbos for brass makes a startling opening for those who expect abstracted reverence; the lament, An den Wassern, has a startling ending that builds in intensity and volume only to break off mid-phrase/5(5).
  6. Arvo Pärt (11 September ) is an Estonian composer of classical and sacred music. Since the late s, Pärt has worked in a minimalist style that employs his self-invented compositional technique, tintinnabuli. His music is in part inspired by Gregorian chant.
  7. Jan 18,  · Es Sang has an unexpectedly lilting tune for solo alto, punctuated by string exclamations; Summa is a straightforward Pärt-style setting of the Credo. Arbos is repeated (this is oddly satisfying), and the disc closes with a masterpiece, the unbearably sad Stabat Mater for three voices and three strings. --Matthew Westphal/5(7).
  8. This is an incomplete list of works by the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt Compositions Vocal and choral works. Our Garden for Arbos for eight brass instruments and percussion Summa (Naxos, CD ) Arvo Pärt: A Portrait (Naxos, Compilation CD ) Lamentate (ECM New Series.

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