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Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Nr katalogowy: CDA 67968
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2013
EAN: 34571179681
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): litewski, estoński

Korvits / Maskats / Plakidis: Kreek’s Notebook Spiritual Songs from the Baltic States

Hyperion - CDA 67968
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The Choir of Royal Holloway Britten Sinfonia / Rupert Gough
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Korvits Tonu:
Kreegi vihik - Kreek’s Notebook
The night is darkening round me

Maskats Arturs:
Lacrimosa
Lugums naktij - Prayerto the night

Plakidis Peteris:
In memoriam
Fatamorgana - Mirage
The Choir of Royal Holloway have proved themselves as inspirational performers of contemporary Baltic music through their previous recordings.

The main work on this fascinating album is based on Estonian folk hymns, an unusual variant of folk melodies, collected in the early twentieth century forthe ?rst time by Cyrillus Kreek, who was the Estonian equivalent of Bartók or Grainger. Most of these religious folk songs were originally eighteenth-century Lutheran hymns which have been passed across generations and embellished with elements of secularfolk-singing. During the Sovietregime, the singing of these religious songs was forbidden and this cultural genre was all but forgotten. By the end of the twentieth century fresh light could be shone on these folk collections, and Tonu Korvits (born 1969) was particularly struck by the fresh possibilities and newly discovered meanings of folk hymns.In writingKreek’s Notebook Korvits pays homage to Cyrillus Kreek while presenting a contemporary view of folk hymns.Although there is a dramatic unity to this eight-movement work, there is much diversity in timbre and scoring. The effect is improvisatory in the creative ornamentation of the vocal lines, and suffused with dreamy textures that bring to mind the great tradition of Eastern European choral writing.

Zobacz także:

  • OC 1843
  • DCD 34052