Arvo Part

Discussion in 'Classical' started by BlackBillBlake, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. BlackBillBlake

    BlackBillBlake Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Anyone else familiar with the works of Estonian composer Arvo Part (pronounced 'pairt') ? It seems his music is rapidly aquiring cult status - deservedly so in my opinion.
  2. Lagan

    Lagan Member

    i love arvo's choral music. one of the 'holy minimalists'. his music is beautiful and fascinating to me.
  3. BlackBillBlake

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    Yes - his choral stuff, esp. 'Te Deum' is great. Serene and contemplative.
  4. John Coltrane

    John Coltrane Member

    Fratres is my favourite of his works. The Gidon Kremer recording is a classic.

    If you like Part, I'm sure you'll like Zbigniew Preisner. He's from Poland and was responsible for the music in 'The Double Life of Veronique' and the 'Three Colours' movies. I highly recommend 'The Double Life of Veronique' soundtrack, and the movie, as well as 'A Requiem for my friend'.
  5. fexurbis

    fexurbis Member

    I'm familiar with Frates and Tabula Rasa from Naxos myself. My roommate introduced me to it, and come to think of it, I'm going to go out and buy it for myself as a Christmas gift! Gidon Kremer is always fabulous!
  6. Oric

    Oric Member

    I love Lamentate. I found a CD at my local library, and I loved it.

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