Selga Mence, Pēteris Butāns - Latvian Radio Choir - Livonia. Carmen Voluptatis Et Doloris / Ux Aeterna album flac
Title: Livonia. Carmen Voluptatis Et Doloris / Ux Aeterna
Style: Contemporary, Religious
MP3 album: 1206 mb
FLAC album: 1224 mb
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Genre: Not albums / Classical
Composers Selga Mence, Pēteris Butāns. Latvian Radio Choir Ensemble Hortus musicus (Estonia) Instrumental ensemble Juris Žvikovs, Edgars Saksons, Ivo Krūskops, Uģis Krūskops Soloists Inga Martinsone, Elīna Libauere, Ieva Ezeriete, Gundega Krūmiņa, Aigars Reinis, Gundars Dziļums Conductor Sigvards Kļava. Release date: 0. 006. Spikeri, Maskavas Str.
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Choir – Latvian Radio Choir. Composed By – Eriks Ešenvalds (tracks: 5), Gavin Bryars (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 7, 9 to 13), Peteris Vasks (tracks: 8). Conductor – Kaspars Putniņš (tracks: 9 to 13), Sigvards Kļava (tracks: 5). Directed By – Kaspars Putniņš (tracks: 2, 4, 6), Sigvards Kļava (tracks: 8). Directed By, Soprano Vocals – Ieva Ezeriete (tracks: 1, 3, 7). Organ – Aigars Reinis (tracks: 9 to 13). Soprano Vocals – Ieva Ezeriete (tracks: 9 to 13).
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Latvijas Republika (Latvian). During July 2014, Riga hosted the 8th World Choir Games as it played host to over 27,000 choristers representing over 450 choirs and over 70 countries This year (2019) Latvia hosts the inaugural Riga Jurmala Music Festival, a new festival in which world-famous orchestras and conductors perform across four weekends during the summer. The festival takes place at the Latvian National Opera, the Great Guild, and the Great and Small Halls of the Dzintari Concert Hall.
The Latvian Radio Choir sings with warmth and passion and with excellent control in the composer's extended, sustained vocal lines. Sigvards Klava, conducting Sinfonietta Riga, leads them in deeply felt performances. The CD should be of interest both to fans of choral music and of new trends in minimalism tinged with Romanticism. Pater noster, for choir & string orchestra. Latvian Radio Choir, Sigvards Klava, Sinfonietta Riga.
commissioners have included the Latvian Radio Choir and State Choir 'Latvija', the Britten Sinfonia, Trinity College Choir Cambridge, Temple University (USA), the Boston Symphony Orchestra and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. his work is recorded on a number of CDs. former Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity College, University of Cambridge. Selga Mence – a composer, who has gradually taken her place as one of Latvia’s significant composers of choral music, as well as vocal and instrumental chamber works. She studied composition at Latvian State Conservatory. Since 1985 she has been lecturer at Latvian Academy of Music, currently a professor and head of the Composition Department.
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|Livonia. Carmen Voluptatis Et Doloris
Composed By – Selga Mence
|2||Riga Caput Nostra Patria Cor, Lumen, Ocelle||3:51|
|3||Rāmi Dziedu Vakarā||7:49|
|4||Hic Placido Colles Attolunt Tergora Flexu||4:12|
|5||Iam; Subit Dune Diductis Ostia Velis||1:41|
|6||Aiz Daugavas Melni Meži||5:51|
|7||Salve Livonia Regina Decora Beata||6:12|
Composed By – Pēteris Butāns
|8||Lux Aeterna Luceat Eis||4:55|
|9||O Lux Beata Trinitas||8:53|
|10||Mūžam Nebeidzama Gaismas Straume Līst||11:12|
|11||Услышь, Господи, слова мои||8:56|
|12||Lux Aeterna Luceat Eis||4:51|
- Ensemble – Hortus Musicus (tracks: 1,2,3,5,6,7)
- Lead Vocals – Aigars Reinis (tracks: 7), Elina Libauere (tracks: 10), Gundars Dziļums (tracks: 2), Gundega Krūmiņa (tracks: 3,6,7), Ieva Ezeriete (tracks: 2,3,6,12), 7,10*
- Oboe [Soloist] – Olev Ainomäe (tracks: 6)
- Percussion – Edgars Saksons (tracks: 8 to 11), Ivo Krūskops (tracks: 8 to 11), Uġis Krūskops (tracks: 8 to 11)
- Piano – Juris Žvikovs (tracks: 8 to 11)
- Producer – Mirje Mändla (tracks: 1 to 7)
- Violin [Soloist] – Andres Mustonen (tracks: 3)
NotesRecorded at the Methodist Church in Tallinn, on June 9, 2006 (1 to 7)
Recorded at St. John's in Riga, on February 8 and 10, 2005