Arvo Pärt - Tabula Rasa album flac
Title: Tabula Rasa
Style: Neo-Classical, Contemporary, Post-Modern
MP3 album: 1215 mb
FLAC album: 1943 mb
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Tabula Rasa is a musical composition written in 1977 by the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. The piece contains two movements, "Ludus" and "Silentium," and is a double concerto for two solo violins, prepared piano, and chamber orchestra. In 1968, Arvo Pärt fell publicly silent and entered a period of artistic reorientation
The 1984 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. Like many of the first generation American minimalists, he limited himself to diatonic harmonies and generated pieces by setting processes in motion, but the radical simplicity he achieved was the result of religious contemplation that was at least as, if not more, formative than his quest for a new musical aesthetic
Tabula Rasa (LP, Album, Gat). ECM New Series, ECM New Series.
Arvo Pärt Tabula Rasa: I. Ludus (Congress Orchestra, Conductor Paolo Gatto). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Arvo Pärt arvo part - tabula rasa - 09 - track 9. 16:19. Arvo Pärt Tabula Rasa: II.
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Album · 1984 · 5 Songs. Pärt found a broad audience with this groundbreaking 1984 release, which was overseen by visionary classical and jazz producer Manfred Eicher and released on the newly formed ECM New Series label. Combining the stark beauty of early music with contemporary minimalism, the recording brings "Fratres" in two forms-a haunting piano and violin duet performed by Keith Jarrett and Gidon Kremer and a swirling arrangement played by 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic.
Artists Arvo Pärt Tabula Rasa. Tabula Rasa Arvo Pärt. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Tabula Rasa. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Arvo Pärt. The Deer's Cry. 2016.
Arvo Pärt is the most performed living composer for the 8th consecutive year based on concerts in 2018. Estonian composer Arvo Pärt was awarded the Golden Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis – the highest cultural prize in Poland; in addition, the maestro was also given an honorary doctorate by the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music. Tabula Rasa (Arvo Pärt).
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Piano – Keith JarrettViolin – Gidon Kremer
|A2||Cantus In Memory Of Benjamin Britten
Conductor – Dennis Russell DaviesOrchestra – Staatsorchester Stuttgart
Performer – The 12 Cellists Of The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*
Conductor – Saulus Sondeckis*Orchestra – Lithuanian Chamber OrchestraPiano [Prepared] – Alfred SchnittkeViolin – Gidon Kremer, Tatjana Grindenko*
- Distributed By – Warner Bros. Records
- Copyright (c) – ECM Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ECM Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Westdeutscher Rundfunk
- Manufactured By – Warner Bros. Records
- Pressed By – Wakefield Manufacturing – 43864
- Composed By – Arvo Pärt
- Design [Cover] – Barbara Wojirsch
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – Anne Cattaneo
- Liner Notes [German] – Wolfgang Sandner
- Photography By – Juri Gurewichs, Kalju Suur
- Producer – Manfred Eicher
- Recorded By, Engineer – Dieter Frobeen, Eberhard Sengpiel, Heinz Wildhagen, Peter Lenger*
NotesIncludes a 12" x 12" black & white insert printed on both sides.
Some pressings on translucent black vinyl.
October 1983, Basel
Cantus in memory of Benjamin Britten
January 1984, Stuttgart
Fratres (for 12 celli)
February 1984, Berlin
November 1977, Bonn
(Live recording by West German Radio, Cologne)
℗ 1977 WDR
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 1-25011-A1 43864 #5 WAKEFIELD PF
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 1-25011-B3 #5 43864 Rog
- Matrix / Runout (Both sides runout stamped): WM ["W" over "M" for Wakefield Manufacturing]
- Barcode: 07599250111
|ECM 1275, 817 764-1||Arvo Pärt||Tabula Rasa (LP, Album, Gat)||ECM New Series, ECM New Series||ECM 1275, 817 764-1||Germany||1984|
|ECM 1275, UE 35 222||Arvo Pärt||Tabula Rasa (CD, RE, S/Edition)||ECM New Series, Universal Edition||ECM 1275, UE 35 222||Germany||2010|
|ECM 1275, 817 764-2||Arvo Pärt||Tabula Rasa (CD, Album)||ECM New Series, ECM New Series||ECM 1275, 817 764-2||Germany||1984|
|817 764-4, ECM 1275||Arvo Pärt||Tabula Rasa (Cass, Dol)||ECM New Series, ECM New Series||817 764-4, ECM 1275||US||1984|
|ECM 1275, 476 3878||Arvo Pärt||Tabula Rasa (CD, Album, RE)||ECM New Series, ECM New Series||ECM 1275, 476 3878||Europe||2010|