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Vasks: Laudate Dominum

Latvian Radio Choir, Sinfonietta Rīga, Sigvards Kļava

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1.1
Da pacem, Domine
Pēteris Vasks; Latvian Radio Choir; Sinfonietta Rīga; Sigvards Kļava
17:41
1.2
Mein Herr und mein Gott
Pēteris Vasks; Latvian Radio Choir; Sinfonietta Rīga; Sigvards Kļava
9:29
1.3
Laudate Dominum
Pēteris Vasks; Latvian Radio Choir; Ilze Reine; Sigvards Kļava
15:29
1.4
Prayer (Lord, Open Our Eyes)
Pēteris Vasks; Latvian Radio Choir; Sinfonietta Rīga; Sigvards Kļava
17:08
1.5
The Fruit of Silence
Pēteris Vasks; Latvian Radio Choir; Sinfonietta Rīga; Sigvards Kļava
7:05
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:52
The Latvian Radio Choir and Sinfonietta Riga are led by Sigvards Kļava in this recording of new works by Pēteris Vasks, their third album dedicated to the Latvian composer. All five pieces reflect on and are inspired by religious themes: Mein Herr und mein Gott by texts from 15th-century Swiss mystic Nicholas of Flüe, Prayer (Lord, Open Our Eyes) and The Fruit of Silence by writings from Mother Teresa, while the remaining two works draw on liturgical texts, making for a moving collection that is expertly performed.
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