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Some might not pick out Britain's Tallis Scholars as an ideal group for performing the music of Arvo Pärt, which has been composed mostly with larger choirs in mind. Eastern European groups seem to bring out its resonant effects, and larger British groups like Polyphony have also had success with it. For those who like Pärt's abstract, holy minimalist style, which seems to create its own world, try out this alternative interpretation. The Tallis Scholars deploy two voices per part in most of the works, resulting in an ensemble of 16 (or 17) for all the pieces except for the slightly smaller and less dense I Am the True Vine (1996). It seems too few, but the singers deliver startlingly edgy purity and, at times, blazing intensity. Sample the two-part Tribute to Caesar (tracks 16 and 17), where the blinding high notes represent not just something new in the world of Pärt interpretation but something new for the Tallis Scholars as well, who never have had to deploy these sounds in Renaissance polyphony or even in the other contemporary music (such as that of John Tavener, close enough to Pärt) that they have recorded. There's a nice selection of Pärt's English-language material here, including the amusing which was the son of…, commissioned by an Icelandic venue and playing on the patronymic (and matronymic) structure of Icelandic names. Gimell's engineering, at the Chapel of Merton College, is ideal. This is not definitive Pärt, but it is fascinating and often enough thrilling.
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Sieben Magnificat-Antiphonen: (Arvo Pärt)

1
1. O Weisheit
00:01:26

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

2
2. O Adonai
00:02:28

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

3
3. O Spross aus Isais Wurzel
00:01:00

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

4
4. O Schlüssel Davids
00:02:01

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

5
5. O Morgenstern
00:02:02

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

6
6. O König aller Völker
00:01:10

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

7
7. O Immanuel
00:03:17

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

8
Magnificat
00:07:13

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

9
Which Was the Son Of ...
00:07:37

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

Nunc dimittis: (Arvo Pärt)

10
1. Nunc dimittis
00:01:44

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

11
2. Quia viderunt oculi mei
00:02:47

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

12
3. Gloria
00:01:18

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

The Woman with the Alabaster Box: (Arvo Pärt)

13
1. Now when Jesus was in Bethany
00:02:27

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

14
2. Why trouble ye the woman?
00:01:16

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

15
3. Verily I say unto you
00:01:45

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

Tribute to Caesar: (Arvo Pärt)

16
1. Then went the Pharisees
00:03:42

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

17
2. And they brought unto him a penny
00:02:47

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

18
I Am the True Vine
00:07:10

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

Triodion: (Arvo Pärt)

19
1. Introduction (In the name of the Father)
00:00:23

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

20
2. Ode I (We do homage to Thy pure image)
00:03:34

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

21
3. Ode II (Unto the Birth-giver of God)
00:04:37

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

22
4. Ode III (A rule of faith)
00:04:12

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

23
5. Coda (Glory to the Father)
00:00:59

Arvo Pärt, Composer - Peter Phillips, Conductor - The Tallis Scholars, Ensemble

2015 Gimell Records 2015 Gimell Records

Descriptif de l'album

Some might not pick out Britain's Tallis Scholars as an ideal group for performing the music of Arvo Pärt, which has been composed mostly with larger choirs in mind. Eastern European groups seem to bring out its resonant effects, and larger British groups like Polyphony have also had success with it. For those who like Pärt's abstract, holy minimalist style, which seems to create its own world, try out this alternative interpretation. The Tallis Scholars deploy two voices per part in most of the works, resulting in an ensemble of 16 (or 17) for all the pieces except for the slightly smaller and less dense I Am the True Vine (1996). It seems too few, but the singers deliver startlingly edgy purity and, at times, blazing intensity. Sample the two-part Tribute to Caesar (tracks 16 and 17), where the blinding high notes represent not just something new in the world of Pärt interpretation but something new for the Tallis Scholars as well, who never have had to deploy these sounds in Renaissance polyphony or even in the other contemporary music (such as that of John Tavener, close enough to Pärt) that they have recorded. There's a nice selection of Pärt's English-language material here, including the amusing which was the son of…, commissioned by an Icelandic venue and playing on the patronymic (and matronymic) structure of Icelandic names. Gimell's engineering, at the Chapel of Merton College, is ideal. This is not definitive Pärt, but it is fascinating and often enough thrilling.
© TiVo

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