Arvo Pärt - Polyphony; Stephen Layton (conductor)
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  1. Peace Upon You, Jerusalem, for chorus
  2. Morning Star, for chorus
  3. The Woman with the Alabaster Box, for chorus
  4. The Deer's Cry, for chorus
  5. Virgencita, for chorus
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  1. Peace Upon You, Jerusalem, for chorus
  2. Morning Star, for chorus
  3. The Woman with the Alabaster Box, for chorus
  4. The Deer's Cry, for chorus
  5. Virgencita, for chorus
  6. Solfeggio, for chorus
  7. Zwei Beter (Two Petitioners), for chorus
  8. Tribute to Caesar, for chorus
  9. Summa, for SATB chorus or soloists
  10. Kanon Pokajanen, (9 odes, Kontakion-Ikos & Prayer) for chorus: Memento
  11. Alleluia Tropus, for chamber chorus & 8 cellos (or chorus & string orchestra)
  12. Da Pacem Domine, for chorus & orchestra
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The listener curious about the music of Estonian minimalist Arvo Pärt, now the world's most-often performed contemporary composer, has plenty of choices, including a fine budget-line release by the performers here. Pärt's music would seem to be ideally suited to the British choral group Polyphony and its conductor, Stephen Layton, which is precise, smooth, not so small as to lose the essential choral concept, but not so large as to smudge the subtler sound effects built into the composer's static structures. The group has ...

Arvo Pärt 2014, Hyperion

UPC: 034571280561

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