Part - Works for Choir (Vinyl LP) | CuGate Classics CGC051LP

Part - Works for Choir (Vinyl LP)

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Label: CuGate Classics

Cat No: CGC051LP

Format: LP

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 8th January 2021

Contents

Artists

Vilnius Municipal Choir Jauna Muzika

Conductor

Vaclovas Augustinas

Works

Part, Arvo

Magnificat Antiphons (7)
Magnificat
Nun eile ich zu euch
Summa
The Beatitudes

Artists

Vilnius Municipal Choir Jauna Muzika

Conductor

Vaclovas Augustinas

About

Cugate Classics proudly presents “Works for Choir” by Arvo Pärt, one of the most important and influential composers of our time. Remastered by Helmut Erler at D&M Berlin and available as 180gr LP and CD.

Arvo Pärt (born 1935 in Paide, Estonia) doesn’t need to be introduced to anyone who has the slightest interest in classical music, and his audience reaches far beyond the regular attendants of symphony halls. After first serialistic compositions, Credo (1968) was a turning point in Pärt’s life and work, being the first piece carrying a religious title and expressing a creative crisis that Pärt answered by lesser compositions and studying medieval and Renaissance music in search for a new musical language. In 1976 he returned with Für Alina and introduced his new (and self-developed) style that would become his trademark sound which made him the famous and honoured composer he is now.

The album Tabula rasa opened the next important chapter in his career: the ever continuing close relation to Manfred Eicher and his ECM label where many of the composer’s works have been released since.

“Works for Choir” presents several compositions for choir from the period from 1989 to 1991, recorded in Vilnius with the award-winning Vilnius Municipal Choir Jauna Muzika under the artistic direction of Vaclovas Augustinas. For this reissue, all tracks have been remastered by Helmut Erler at D&M Berlin for best possible sound.

The Vilnius Municipal Choir Jauna Muzika was founded in 1989 by the conductor and composer Remigijus Merkelys and has since won several prizes, among others six Grand Prix in 16 international choral competitions around the world, and in 1993 it was awarded the highest prize, the Grand Prix Europeo, in a competition organised by the International Federation of Choral Music.

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