The prize can also be handed out for artwork with spiritual content, the Arvo Part
The Beginning of the Arvo Part
Centre, and the Development of the Archive
According to cultured Record reader Mazza Fae Glasgow, some recent Shieldinch scenes threw up the question of whether that last snatch of classical was from the canon of Estonian composer Arvo Part
Contributing to the generic designation are: an elderly, impoverished couple in the provinces; mystical nature; spare dialogue; handsome, slow pans; a painterly use of light; and Arvo Part
Having heard both now, I can say that it's useful and appropriate to compare Lang with Arvo Part
Junto con los norteamericanos John Adams y Philip Glass, y sobe todo el polaco Henryk Gorecki, el estonio Arvo Part
(Paide, 1935) figura entre los musicos mas valiosos e interesantes dentro de la mas bien desigual corriente contemporanea minimalista.
inspires an arduously steamy pas de deux, and Stravinsky robustly accelerates the pace.
Pioneering minimalist composer Steve Reich (1936-) was fascinated by hocketing and canonic figures; the sacred music of Arvo Part
(1935-) frequently barkens back specifically to the raw, open harmonies of late-medieval church music; George Crumb (1929-) wrote actual madrigals (albeit in a modern style) in the 1960s.
Along the way he discusses works by Robert Schumann, John Coltrane, and Arvo Part
, as well as Jesus Christ Superstar.
Under the direction of Yale School of Music professor Jeffrey Douma, this year's tour program features works by Francisco Guerrero, Edvard Grieg, Sergey Rachmaninov, Arvo Part
has set this text for a single voice singing the text in a very simple, repetitive, chord-outlining melody over the music of the eight cellos (or four violas and four cellos--both versions published).
Other composers represented include Anton Webern, Jeno Takacs, Gyorgy Kurtag and Arvo Part