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Arvo Pärt


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Arvo Pärt
   was born in   
Estonia
B. 1935
Arvo Pärt
   recorded   
Fratres
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra; Naxos, 1995
Arvo Pärt
   recorded   
Tabla Rasa
Ulster Orchestra; Naxos, 1999
Arvo Pärt
   recorded   
Te Deum
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra; BMG, 1993
Arvo Pärt
   recorded   
I Am the True Vine
Paul Hillier, Theatre of Voices; Harmonia Mundi, 1999
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Berliner Messe
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Cantus in Memorium Benjamin Britten
Written by the Estonian composer in 1977 after the death of Britten in 1976; used in Fahrenheit 9/11
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Fratres
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Los Angeles
Symphony No. 4, for string orchestra, harp and percussion, 2008
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Tabula Rasa
B. 1935, Estonia
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Kanon Pokajanen
For choir, 1997
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Lamentate
Concerto for piano and orchestra
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Te Deum
For chorus, string orchestra and tape, 1984/5, revised, 1992
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Beatus Petronius
For two choirs, eight woodwind instruments, tubular bells and string orchestra; world premier, 2011
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Los Angeles
Symphony #4, 2008
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Adam's Lament
For mixed choir, 2009
Arvo Pärt
   recorded   
Adam's Lament and Other Choral Works
Composer; Tonu Kaljuste, cond; ECM, 2012
Arvo Pärt
   composed   
Da Pacem Domine
A prayer for peace, 2004; scored for various ensembles of voices and instruments
Kevin Bowyer
   recorded   
Arvo Pärt: The Music for Organ
Nimbus Records, 2001






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