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Arvo Pärt

Pärt - Tabula Rasa - Special Edition

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Universal Edition  |  SKU: UE35222  |  Barcode: 9790008083150
  • Composer: Arvo Pärt (1935-)
  • Format: Study Score & CD
  • Instrumentation: Piano, Violin, Violin I, Violin II, String Orchestra, Handbells, Cello Ensemble
  • ISMN: 9790008083150
  • Size: 6.7 x 9.4 inches

Description

In 1984, ECM brought a new sound into the musical world with the release of Arvo Pärt‘s "Tabula rasa", the first album on the label‘s New Series imprint. Now, on the occasion of Pärt‘s 75th birthday, this special edition with enclosed CD has been produced by ECM in collaboration with Universal Edition. It includes manuscript scores of "Tabula rasa" and "Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten", published for the first time, and study scores of the album‘s four works. Rounding off the volume is a discography of Arvo Pärt‘s works on ECM with corresponding publishing details, as well as an essay by Paul Griffiths.

• Facsimiles of "Tabula rasa" and "Cantus" manuscript scores, published for the first time

• Complete study scores of "Fratres", "Cantus" and "Tabula rasa"

• Audio CD, text and photos from the original 1984 album

• Introductory note by Paul Griffiths

Works:

Universal Edition

Pärt - Tabula Rasa - Special Edition

$ 43.50

Description

In 1984, ECM brought a new sound into the musical world with the release of Arvo Pärt‘s "Tabula rasa", the first album on the label‘s New Series imprint. Now, on the occasion of Pärt‘s 75th birthday, this special edition with enclosed CD has been produced by ECM in collaboration with Universal Edition. It includes manuscript scores of "Tabula rasa" and "Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten", published for the first time, and study scores of the album‘s four works. Rounding off the volume is a discography of Arvo Pärt‘s works on ECM with corresponding publishing details, as well as an essay by Paul Griffiths.

• Facsimiles of "Tabula rasa" and "Cantus" manuscript scores, published for the first time

• Complete study scores of "Fratres", "Cantus" and "Tabula rasa"

• Audio CD, text and photos from the original 1984 album

• Introductory note by Paul Griffiths

Works:

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