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The Kristjan Järvi Sound Project: Arvo Pärt: Passacaglia

Anne Akiko Meyers, Leipzig MDR Radio Choir, Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra, Kristjan Jarvi

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1
Credo
Arvo Pärt; Leipzig MDR Radio Choir; Elena Kashdan; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
13:41
2
Mein Weg
Arvo Pärt; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
6:42
3
Summa
Arvo Pärt; Leipzig MDR Radio Choir; Kristjan Jarvi
6:06
4
Darf ich …
Arvo Pärt; Anne Akiko Meyers; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
13:03
5
Passacaglia
Arvo Pärt; Anne Akiko Meyers; Elena Kashdan
4:17
6
Fratres
Arvo Pärt; Anne Akiko Meyers; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
10:52
7
Festina lente
Arvo Pärt; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
7:46
8
La Sindone
Arvo Pärt; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
7:35
9
Fratres (version for strings and percussion)
Arvo Pärt; Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra; Kristjan Jarvi
14:27
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:24:29
This fourth volume in the Kristjan Järvi Sound Project series is both a tribute and 80th birthday gift to Järvi's close friend and countryman, composer Arvo Pärt, considered one of the most emblematic figures in contemporary music. For this programme Järvi has gathered the composer's works spanning 40 years, culminating years of collaboration, musical exploration and spiritual connection. Renowned American violinist Anne Akiko Meyers is the featured soloist joining the Leipzig MDR Symphony Orchestra and Leipzig MDR Radio Choir.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naive Studio Masters

Recording producer: Holger Busse
Balance engineer: Robert Baldowski
Mastering: Holger Busse
Recorded live and in sessions at Gewandhaus Leipzig (Germany) at Bach Festi- val 2015 with Arvo Pärt in attendance
Article & biographies translated by Allison Zurfluh (English) and Mark Gebhart (German)
Cover photo: © Stephan Flad

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