The Very Best of Arvo Pärt - Aarne Talvik (bass); Chilingirian Quartet; Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ); David Goode (organ);...
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  1. Summa, for SATB chorus or soloists
  2. Magnificat Antiphons (7), for chorus
  3. Fratres, for violin & piano
  4. Festina lente, for strings & harp ad lib
  5. Spiegel im Spiegel, for violin & piano
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  1. Summa, for SATB chorus or soloists
  2. Magnificat Antiphons (7), for chorus
  3. Fratres, for violin & piano
  4. Festina lente, for strings & harp ad lib
  5. Spiegel im Spiegel, for violin & piano
  6. Magnificat, for chorus
  7. The Beatitudes, for chorus & organ
  8. Summa, for SATB chorus or soloists
  9. Fratres, for violin & piano
  10. Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten, for string orchestra & bell
  11. Tabula rasa, concerto for 2 violins (or violin & viola), prepared piano & string orchestra
  12. Summa, for SATB chorus or soloists
  13. Fratres, for violin & piano
  14. De Profundis, for male chorus, percussion & organ
  15. Cantate Domino, for SATB chorus or soloists & organ
  16. Beatus Petronius, for double chorus & 2 organs (or orchestra)
  17. Solfeggio, for chorus
  18. Missa sillabica, for chorus & organ
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For newcomers to the work of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, this generous two-disc collection of performances from EMI's archive would be a good place to start exploring. The authoritative Pärt performances would probably be the premiere releases on ECM, produced by Manfred Eicher, but these performances are all of a very high quality and there is a handful of works that ECM has never recorded. Pärt's most famous works are here; there are three versions each of the ever-popular Fratres (for violin and piano, string orchestra ...

The Very Best of Arvo Pärt 2010, Warner Classics

UPC: 5099962944328

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The Very Best of Arvo Pärt 2010, Warner Classics

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