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Arboles lloran por lluvia

Helena Tulve

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1.1
Reyah hadas 'ala
Helena Tulve; Charles Barbier; Taniel Kirikal; Vox Clamantis; Hortus Musicus; Jaan-Eik Tulve
14:14
1.2
Silences/Larmes
Helena Tulve; Arianna Savall; Riivo Kallasmaa; Helena Tulve
11:12
1.3
L'Équinoxe de l'âme
Helena Tulve; Arianna Savall; NYYD Quartet; Jaan-Eik Tulve
11:27
1.4
Arboles lloran por lluvia
Helena Tulve; Arianna Savall; Taniel Kirikal; Marco Ambrosini; Vox Clamantis; Jaan-Eik Tulve
12:30
1.5
Extinction des choses vues
Helena Tulve; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; Olari Elts
11:51
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    61:14
"Four Stars ... the predominant mood is introspective, almost meditational, the textures and harmonies beautifully imagined, the sense of pulse and forward momentum often elusive ... wonderfully achieved."
- The Guardian

"Estonia continues to produce a wealth of composers out of all proportion to its size and population and Helena Tulve is clearly one with whom to reckon. Four of the works on this portrait disc are vocal, yet this hardly signifies uniformity of expression, hence the sheer timbral allure ..."
- Gramophone

"Recording of the Month. I have listened repeatedly to this superb release for the expressive strength of the music, the excellent performances apparently all in the composer's presence and the very fine recording of the kind one has come to expect from ECM. Make no mistake: this is one of the finest discs to have come my way recently."
- MusicWeb International

The Estonian National Symphony Orchestra is joined by several marvellous soloists and ensembles on this highly-praised recording of five works by Estonian composer Helena Tulve.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM New Series Studio Masters

Reyah hadas ’ala recorded October 2009 at St. Nicholas Church, Tallinn,
Extinction des choses vues recorded May 2010 at Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
Tonmeister: Maido Maadik
Editing: Maido Maadik, Margo Kõlar Produced by Estonian Public Broadcasting

silences / larmes, L’Équinoxe de l’âme and Arboles lloran por lluvia
recorded August and September 2010 at Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord, Tallinn
Tonmeister: Igor Kirkwood
Editing: Igor Kirkwood, Margo Kõlar
Recording supervision: Helena Tulve

Cover photo: Taniel Kirikal
Liner photos: Tarvo Hanno Varres, Taniel Kirikal (25)
Design: Sascha Kleis
Album produced by Manfred Eicher

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