Pärt: Tribute to Caesar
This page lists all recordings of Tribute to Caesar, by Arvo Pärt (b.1935) on CD & download (MP3 & FLAC).
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I am the true vine
"No living composer draws more meaning from key religious texts, and these particular performances honour art's
intentions with consummate musicianship...An essential addition to Arvo Pärt's ever-growing discography." Rob Cowan, Gramophone
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Netherlands Chamber Choir sing Pärt & Palestrina
This is the first release of the world famous Netherlands Chamber Choir with their new Chief Conductor, Risto Joost. The young Estonian prodigy is also Chief Conductor of the Opera in Tallin and his first album features a sublime spiritual programme, combining old and new. Stunning performance.
“It's not difficult to tell the two composers apart stylistically, but their similar spirit, sense of reverence and pristine vision make them perfect musical partners. Made in Amsterdam's Waalse Kirk, this recording gives an excellent impression of space and airiness, and does full justice to the beautiful performance of the Choir.” BBC Music Magazine, February 2012 *****
“simply heavenly singing...On the grounds that you can't have too much of a good thing, I find no cause for complaint at this opportunity to hear the Palestrina twice in one setting...The singers, all 20 of them, produce a rich and wonderfully balanced sound, marvellous depth in the basses and a delectable fluidity in the sopranos. Truly this is a choir of great distinction.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2012
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Pärt - Music for Unaccompanied Choir
“…it's the purity of the Canadian Elora Festival Singers' sound that strikes the ear here. In Dopo la vittoria… the climax… has a radiance and a wonderful sense of gradual repose that is well worth waiting for.” BBC Music Magazine, October 2006 ****
“…the most recent piece here - the Nunc dimittis (2001), commissioned for St Mary's Episcopal Church in Edinburgh and seen by some as an inevitable if long-delayed response to Part's Magnificat (1989) - still displays his characteristic purity of sound and austere methodology, which are realised with great sensitivity by the Elora Singers...This fine choir are fully in tune with Pärt's ripening music.” Gramophone Magazine, November 2006
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