A. PAERT – Trivium – Music. Arvo Part: Musica Selecta – A Sequence By Manfred Eicher [2 CD] 2. Pärt: Mein Weg Hat Gipfel Und Wellentaler. Download Trivium – Arvo Pärt Search. Home · Trivium – Arvo Pärt. Trivium – Arvo Pärt. January 4, | Author: Brantmayer | Category: N/A. DOWNLOAD. Trivium Christopher Bowers-Broadbent organ Recorded October , Avid Arvo Pärt listeners will be more than familiar with the profound.

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Peter Laenger Produced by Manfred Eicher.

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I am a rider without mount, an ocean without waves, a horizon without dawn, nailed to myself, nailed to an absence in time which, after me, becomes the time of absence. The English organist has long held contemporary music in high regard, and has enriched the liturgical landscape with numerous commissions as well as his own compositions. With such a wealth of music available at the tips of his fingers and toesBowers-Broadbent was faced with a daunting task: Rather than lay out a program of short, varied pieces, he has turned inward, finding in the works of only three composers enough to describe a universe of ideas.


Trivium is like a constellation burning silently for our scrutiny. Its powerful middle section connotes a triune infrastructure, embodying the balance of divine order in every disturbance. Annum per annum is structured like a mass and brings that same sort of complementary vision to its stark dynamic contrasts.

Pari Intervallocomposed inlayers intonations in the higher register over a slow chromatic sway of transfiguration.

We are slowly brought back into our bodies with two of three voluntaries composed by Peter Maxwell Davies in These arrangements of sixteenth-century Scottish hymns seem to unpack, in a brief span of time, the mystery of faith.

By the time we arrive at the final two pieces, each a spectacular arrangement of music by Philip Glass, we are well primed for the metamorphoses implied therein. Satyagraha renders the finale of Act III from the selfsame opera into a whirling dervish of triviu, proportions.

Trivium, for organ

Dance IVon the other hand, is a more extroverted piece that populates its periphery with movement and attractive forces. Zrvo has the uncanny ability to take music that is seemingly histrionic and forge from it a host of instinctual meanings.


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