Arvo Pärt - Alexei Utkin (oboe); Sergei Bezrodny (piano); Viacheslav Marinyuk (cello); Vladimir Spivakov (violin); Moscow Virtuosi;...
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  1. Berliner Messe, for SATB chorus & string orchestra
  2. Fratres, for violin, strings & percussion
  3. Collage over B-A-C-H, for strings, oboe, harpsichord & piano
  4. Summa, for string orchestra
  5. Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten, for string orchestra & bell
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  1. Berliner Messe, for SATB chorus & string orchestra
  2. Fratres, for violin, strings & percussion
  3. Collage over B-A-C-H, for strings, oboe, harpsichord & piano
  4. Summa, for string orchestra
  5. Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten, for string orchestra & bell
  6. Mozart-Adagio, for violin, cello & piano
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The reputation of Estonian-born composer Arvo Pärt continues to grow; some see him as more than a niche composer defined by spirituality, holy minimalism, and his often-shifting "tintinnabuli" technique. Is Pärt the much sought-after great composer of our time? The international nature of his enthusiast base works in his favor; it extends far beyond to Baltic states to early music groups in Western Europe and England, to Americans who latch onto the predominantly Christian outlook of Pärt's work, and to Russia, as ...

Arvo Pärt 2004, Capriccio Records

UPC: 845221005119

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