Peteris Vasks - Laudate Dominum
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Cat No: ODE13022
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 10th November 2017
WorksDa pacem, Domine
Mein Herr und mein Gott
Prayer (Lord, open our eyes)
The Fruit of Silence
ArtistsIlze Reine (organ)
Latvian Radio Choir
The choral texture of the work alternates with majestic organ episodes. The remaining two works in the album are based on texts by Mother Teresa: the earliest of them, Prayer (Lord, open our eyes) was written in 2011. The second, The Fruit of Silence (2013), was written for the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival. For Vasks Mother Teresa is “an endless source of inspiration”, as well as “an example of true Christian love, speaking through actions, not mere words”.
The releases of the Latvian Radio Choir on Ondine have been highly successful. For instance, the recording of Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil (ODE12065) was chosen as the Record of the Month, Editor’s Choice and received a nomination in the Gramophone Awards in 2013. Also, their recent releases of choral works by Valentin Silvestrov (ODE12665) and Eriks Esenvalds (ODE12472) received Gramophone Editor’s Choice.
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