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Arvo Pärt - Tabula Rasa (CD, Album)

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  • Arashisho
    says:
    Editors’ Notes Inspired by Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony, and plainsong, the so-called “mystic minimalism” of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt forever changed the landscape of contemporary classical music. Pärt found a broad audience with this groundbreaking release, which was overseen by visionary classical and jazz producer Manfred Eicher and released on the newly formed ECM.
  • Shall
    says:
    Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited It is my favorite album by Arvo Part. Cantus In Memory Of Benjamin Britten could be to me the most amazing 5 minutes of any and all music. This album is timeless and if you have not heard it yet, you really should. mit tabula rasa ist pärt ein jahrhundertwurf gelungen /5(23).
  • Kigakazahn
    says:
    ARVO PÄRT (b ) A native of Estonia, Arvo Pärt at first wrote in a style perceptibly influenced by Russian composers. Having then explored the note system through the s, he developed his own tonal technique which he calls ‘tintinnabuli’ (after the bell-like impression of notes in a triad).
  • Tojar
    says:
    Arvo P"rt: Fratres / Tabula Rasa / Symphony No.3 [LP] These are very good interpretations of very good compositions in an outstanding recording. I recommend this vinyl very, very much. Regarding the works, this album puts together three of Pärt's most acclaimed pieces: Fratres, Tabula Rasa /5(29).
  • Gardakinos
    says:
    In , ECM brought a new sound into the musical world with the release of Arvo Pärt‘s „Tabula rasa“, the first album on the label‘s New Series imprint. Now, on the occasion of Pärt‘s 75th birthday, this special edition with enclosed CD has been produced by ECM in collaboration with Universal Edition.
  • Sagrel
    says:
    Mar 29,  · /80 Fratres Cantus in memoriam Bejamin Britten Summa '77 Summa '78 The Beatitudes Spiegel im Spiegel Festina lente Tabula rasa .
  • Kejinn
    says:
    In , Arvo Pärt began his longtime collaboration with ECM and Manfred Eicher. “Tabula Rasa” was the title of the first ECM recording of Pärt’s music released in The CD included Fratres (for violin and piano), Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten, Fratres (for twelve celli), and Tabula Rasa. The liner notes for “Tabula Rasa.
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