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  1. 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.
  2. The ECM album Tabula Rasa was the vehicle that introduced the revolutionary music of Arvo Pärt to audiences outside Eastern Europe and initiated what was to become one of the most extraordinary musical careers of the late 20th century.
  3. Music blog Arvo Pärt at listen to five of his least, and best, known works The Estonian-born composer celebrates his 80th birthday today. Tom Service selects 10 of his works to listen to.
  4. Tabula Rasa stands as one of his most widely-performed compositions, as well as a fine example of his mature style. At once reverent, bleak and timeless, rich with otherwordly harmonies, Tabula Rasa aptly displays exactly why Arvo Pärt is regarded as one of the most exceptional composers of .
  5. Nov 16,  · All I can say is that Cantus and Silentium (the second part of Tabula Rasa), are the most beautiful, moving and incredible pieces of music ever! Forget the complexities of composers like Shoenberg, Xenakis or Penderecki, Arvo manages to say all he needs to musically with sparse, simple techniques, that are truly profound/5(35).
  6. Pärt: Tabula Rasa, Symphony No 3, Collage / Yuasa, Et Al Label: Naxos Catalog: Release Date: 01/16/ Number of Discs: 1.
  7. Label: Audiophile Classics - APC • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release Gold • Country: Europe • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern, Neo-Classical Arvo Pärt - Tabula Rasa (, Gold, CD /5(5).
  8. Arvo pärt. Tabula Rasa - eriväljaanne. Formaat: Raamat ja CD Keeled: inglise, saksa Lehekülgi: Lugude nimekiri: 1 Fratres 2 Cantus Benjamin Britteni mälestuseks 3 Fratres Tabula rasa 4 I Ludus 5 II Silentium
  9. Arvo Pärt: Tabula Rasa Gidon Kremer (violin), Tatjana Grindenko (violin), Alfred Schnitte (prepared piano), Keith Jarrett (piano), 12 cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic, Kremer, Grindenko, Schnitte Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Staatsorchester Stuttgart, Saulus Sondeskis, Dennis Russell 5/5.

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