Organ Accompaniment sheet music. Composed by Arvo Part This edition: Latin. Bible, Psalm Full score study. With Standard notation.
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The composer Arvo Part pronounced "pairt" was born in Estonia in Although at that time Estonia was a nascent independent republic, the Soviet Union took control of it in , and stayed except for a brief period under the Nazis, for the next 54 years.
Arvo PartPart's musical education began at age 7, and by 14 or 15 he was writing his own compositions. While studying composition at the Tallinn Conservatory it was said of him that: "he just seemed to shake his sleeves and notes would fall out".
There were very few influences from outside the Soviet Union at this time, just a few illegal tapes and scores. Part's oeuvre is generally divided into two periods, and he is best known for his more recent works. The early works range from rather severe neo-classical styles influences by Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Bartok. He then began to compose using Schoenberg's twelve-tone technique and serialism, but this not only earned the ire of the Soviet establishment, but also proved to be a creative dead end.
Hilliard Ensemble : Arvo Part - St. John Passion. Review: Arvo Part's contemporary sacred work, St. John Passion, is sung in Latin and recalls the purity and timelessness of the great musical passions of the seventeenth century.
Recorded from Durham's magnificent medieval cathedral, the performance features the Hilliard Ensemble and the Western Wind Choir, conducted by Paul Hillier. A short introduction precedes the work. Songlist: 1. Opening credits, 2. Introduction, 3. Passio Domini nostri, 4.
Haec cum dixisset Jesus, 5. Quem quaeritis? Stabat autem et Judas, 7Quem quaeritis? Ut impleretur sermo, 9. Mitte gladium tuum in vaginam, Cohors ergo, et tribunus, Erat autem Caiphas, Dixit ergo Petro ancilla ostiaria, Stabant autem servi, Ego palam locutus sum mundo, Haec autem cum dixisset, Erat autem Simon Petrus stans, Adducunt ergo Jesum a Caipha, Introivit ergo iterum in praetorium Pilatus, Regnum meum non est de hoc mundo, Tu dicis quia Rex sum ego, Tunc ergo apprehendit Pilatus Jesum, Exivit ergo iterum Pilatus foras, Cum ergo vidissent eum Pontifices, Cum ergo audisset Pilatus hunc sermonem, Non haberes potestatem adversum me ullam, Et exinde quaerebat Pilatus dimittere eum, Erat autem parasceve Paschae, Arvo Part : Collected Choral Works.
Review: This new anthology of Part's choral works replaces the earlier one published in It is even more representative of Part's work, not only because of the recent additions, but because of the very welcome decision to include two selections from his major a cappella work, Kanon Pokajanen.
The revised selection is also carefully geared towards the music represented on three CDs, all of which were recorded in consultation with the composer.
The disc features a carefully selected collection of Part's choral and instrumental chamber music, drawn from different periods in the composer's career. Review: During the past 20 years, Arvo Part has consolidated his reputation as one of the most significant contemporary composers with a sequence of magnificent sacred choral works.
Dating from between and , the works on this recording exemplify Part's mature idiom at its most harmonically expressive. If Triodion represents his music at its starkest and most unadorned, Kanon Pokajanen, the composer's largest work after the St John Passion Naxos 8. Part's emotionally-charged Bogorditse Djvo, is a vibrant tribute to the Virgin Mary. Review: This collection of shorter sacred works by Arvo Part is the third harmonia mundi recording devoted to the music of the great contemporary Estonian composer.
Da pacem includes some of his newest compositions as well as a sampling of works from earlier in his career. Led by Part's longtime collaborator and biographer Paul Hillier, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, along with organist Christopher Bowers-Broadbent, illuminate the very essence of Part's "holy minimalism," with its roots in early-Medieval polyphony and deep engagement with text.
A survey of the work of three decades, Da pacem illustrates the development of Part's triadic, bell-like "tintinabulation" style as the composer explores new colors and texture. Review: In celebration of composer Arvo Part's 70th birthday on September 11th, Harmonia Mundi offers this special selection of recordings, conducted by his long-time collaborator and biographer Paul Hillier.
Of special note is the first release of Hillier's reading of Dopo la vittoria. Previously released recordings are taken from Hillier's two highly acclaimed recordings of the music of Arvo Part.
I Am The True Vine, his second Part disc, illustrated Hillier's unique affinity for the deep spiritual mysteries of Part's music, and his ability to illuminate them in ways no other performer can match. The collaborative relationship between Hillier and Estonian composer Part dates back to the early s, when as director of the Hilliard Ensemble, he was among the first to present Part's music to the West. Review: Marx and Lenin probably would not have appreciated the irony, but after decades of Communist repression of religion, the former Soviet bloc is the source of a profound outpouring of explicitly Christian expression.
Part, a refugee from serialism, here writes in a quasi-minimalist style that he calls "tintinnabuli," a sound that echoes medieval composition. A fan of vocal music "The human voice is the most perfect instrument of all" , he uses choruses to superb effect. This disc includes some of his best work, including the popular Magnificat, beautifully rendered by the Theatre of Voices under Paul Hillier.
Review: Contemporary troubador Paul Hillier has been one of the key players behind introducing Arvo Part's music to Western audiences, first through recordings with the Hilliard Ensemble and later through his magnificently innovative group Theatre of Voices.
I Am the True Vine continues the collaboration by bringing together some truly vintage Part compositions from the '90s. Although it exists on disc in a more elaborate version for choir and strings, the Berlin Mass was originally written for just four solo voices and organ.
Part later revised the score, returning to that original sonority, which is the version offered here. The consummate preparation of the Theatre of Voices, in which every line is lovingly unfurled, the whole building into a memorable aural sculpture, only heightens a listener's admiration for Part's ability to make the seemingly simple profound.
We also hear the composer in a more overtly joyful mood than usual in the short first selection, while the title track--a setting of a text from the Gospel of John and one of three world premiere recordings here--is a marvelously organic example of word painting representing Part's choral virtuosity even when it comes to setting English text.
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An den Wassen zu Babel saben wir und weinten. Bemerkungen zur Auffuhrungspraxis der Chorwerke Arvo Parts. Bogoroditse dyevo Hail Mary. Bogoroditse dyevo, raduisya. Cantate Domino canticum novum. Any Male Female Mixed. Doesn't Matter Yes No.
Cantate Domino canticum novum
Cantate Domino premiered on 28 October at the student club of the Riga Polytechnical Institute and was performed by the early music ensemble Hortus Musicus conducted by Andres Mustonen. The revised version was finished in The first recording of the composition performed by the vocal ensemble Theatre of Voices conducted by Paul Hillier, is from the album De Profundis released by the record label Harmonia Mundi from the same year. Scored for mixed choir or soloists SATB and organ. Duration 3 min.
Arvo Pärt: Cantate Domino canticum novum