Gloriae Dei Cantores Richard K. Pugsley – Stabat Mater Choral Works by Arvo P rt 2020 Hi-Res 24bits – 176.4kHz

Gloriae Dei Cantores Richard K. Pugsley – Stabat Mater Choral Works by Arvo P rt 2020 Hi-Res 24bits – 176.4kHz

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  • 艺术家
  • Gloriae Dei Cantores
  • 发行年份
  • 2020
  • 音乐类型
  • 古典
  • 音质
  • flac lossless / flac 24bits - 176.4kHz
  • 歌曲时长
  • 01:09:00
  • 文件大小
  • 271mb/2.07gb

01. Peace upon You, Jerusalem
02. L’abbe Agathon
03. Salve Regina
04. Magnificat
05. Nunc dimittis
06. Stabat Mater

Modest about his achievements yet authentically convinced about the role of his music in today’s world, Arvo P?rt (b. 1935) is today’s most performed “classical” composer. For the past forty years, P?rt’s compositions have shown and spoken the influence of multiple layers and global influences – the music of the Orthodox Church, bells, Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony, a compositional technique he developed called “tintinnabuli”, and silence. This recording offers a unique cross-section of P?rt’s choral works, revealing the heart, soul and mind of a true master of his language in both text and music. Glori? Dei Cantores, under the direction of Richard K. Pugsley, is dedicated to promoting the best of sacred choral music. Several years ago, they began an in-depth study of Arvo P?rt, immersing themselves in his compositional style. They sang his music in worship, on tour and in an extensive concert series at the Church of the Transfiguration in Orleans, MA. In this recording, the expressive beauty and clarity of Arvo P?rt’s music shines through the joyful dance-like rhythms of Peace Upon You, Jerusalem and the glorious setting of Mary’s words in the Magnificat. The masterful L’abbe Agathon sets the scene of this ancient 4th century story of the chance (or was it?) meeting of the hermit Agathon and a leper. After several testings of the hermit’s patience and his generosity, the leper reveals himself to be an angel, and blesses the hermit Agathon, and goes on his way. The final work – a musical landmark in P?rt’s career – is Stabat Mater, written to express the passion, agony, and love of Mary at the foot of the cross of her son.