Kristjan Jarvi Sound Project Vol.4: Part - Passacaglia
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Cat No: V5425
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd October 2015
La Sidone for orchestra
Mein weg hat Gipfel und Wennentaler
ArtistsAnne Akiko Meyers (violin)
MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
This fourth volume in the 'Kristjan Järvi Sound Project' series is a tribute to his close friend and countryman, composer Arvo Pärt, one of the most emblematic figures in contemporary music, to mark the celebration of his 80th birthday.
Constantly inspired by pioneering, thrilling and exhilarating ideas, American-Estonian conductor Kristjan Järvi has gathered works spanning 40 years of Pärt’s compositions, as a culmination of years of collaboration, musical exploration and spiritual connection.
Pärt’s music and minimalist style can exhale, more than ever, this unique, fascinating and pure intensity. This is also thanks to the art of renowned American violinist Anne Akiko Meyers in the trilogy for solo violin and strings, recreated by Kristjan Järvi: 'Darf ich', 'Passacaglia' and the violin and strings version of 'Fratres' (1977-1992).
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