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Oremus

Sigvards Klava, Latvian Radio Choir

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Composer Juris Karlsons (b. 1948) is one of the leading names in Latvian music today. This new album by the Latvian Radio Choir under their music director Sigvards Kļava features Karlsons’ choral works. These works are marked by deeply religious feeling and profound message. Oremus is choral piece written by the composer in 2018 for the Latvian Radio Choir. It was premiered as part of the Lincoln Center White Light Festivals. When writing this work, no doubt Karlsons had specifically the sound and vocal abilities of the choir in mind. The largest work of the album is Adoratio (2010), a symphonic, single-movement work for choir and orchestra with a duration of over thirty minutes. Yet, this powerful work filled with drama can, like a symphony, be clearly divided into musical sections. Le lagrime dell’anima (2013) for piano and choir is based on a short poem written by the composer: “Here are just seven simple notes that are born on a beautiful summer evening when watching the sunset. The stars slowly light up, one, then another. You wait for the next one. The seven sounds of stars are gradually born under the pianist’s fingers, somewhere in the silence they appear in the chorus’s intonations, and finally intertwined in a melodic line” the composer describes. The final piece of the album, Ora pro nobis (2019), is a tribute to Virgin Mary based on an earlier work and written for Sigvards Kļava. © Ondine

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Oremus... (Juris Karlsons)

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Oremus... 00:07:43

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Latvian Radio Choir, Choir - Juris Karlsons, Composer - Agnese Pauniņa, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

Adoratio (Juris Karlsons)

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I. Bars 1-86 00:07:26

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Latvian Radio Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Sinfonietta Riga, Orchestra - Juris Karlsons, Composer

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

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II. Bars 87-314 00:14:39

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Latvian Radio Choir, Choir - Sinfonietta Riga, Orchestra - Juris Karlsons, Composer - Agate Pooka, Artist, MainArtist - Pēteris Vaickovskis, Artist

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

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III. Bars 315-389 00:05:30

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Latvian Radio Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Sinfonietta Riga, Orchestra - Juris Karlsons, Composer

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

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IV. Bars 390-460 00:05:53

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Sinfonietta Riga, Orchestra - Juris Karlsons, Composer - Agate Pooka, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

Le lagrime dell'anima... (Juris Karlsons)

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Le lagrime dell'anima... 00:12:25

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Latvian Radio Choir, Choir - Juris Karlsons, Composer - Ieva Ezeriete, Artist, MainArtist - Vestards Šimkus, Artist

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

Ora pro nobis (Juris Karlsons)

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Ora pro nobis 00:07:19

Sigvards Klava, Conductor - Latvian Radio Choir, Choir - Juris Karlsons, Composer - Agnese Pauniņa, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Ondine (P) 2019 Ondine

Album Description

Composer Juris Karlsons (b. 1948) is one of the leading names in Latvian music today. This new album by the Latvian Radio Choir under their music director Sigvards Kļava features Karlsons’ choral works. These works are marked by deeply religious feeling and profound message. Oremus is choral piece written by the composer in 2018 for the Latvian Radio Choir. It was premiered as part of the Lincoln Center White Light Festivals. When writing this work, no doubt Karlsons had specifically the sound and vocal abilities of the choir in mind. The largest work of the album is Adoratio (2010), a symphonic, single-movement work for choir and orchestra with a duration of over thirty minutes. Yet, this powerful work filled with drama can, like a symphony, be clearly divided into musical sections. Le lagrime dell’anima (2013) for piano and choir is based on a short poem written by the composer: “Here are just seven simple notes that are born on a beautiful summer evening when watching the sunset. The stars slowly light up, one, then another. You wait for the next one. The seven sounds of stars are gradually born under the pianist’s fingers, somewhere in the silence they appear in the chorus’s intonations, and finally intertwined in a melodic line” the composer describes. The final piece of the album, Ora pro nobis (2019), is a tribute to Virgin Mary based on an earlier work and written for Sigvards Kļava. © Ondine

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