19 Songs, 2 Hours 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The well-documented creative partnership of Arvo Pärt and producer Manfred Eicher came to the world’s attention in 1984, when Eicher launched the ECM label with Pärt’s now legendary Tabula Rasa. Arvo Pärt: Musica Selecta revisits works from the Estonian composer that have appeared on ECM in the decades since, including a number of premieres. The double-length release is a gorgeous overview of Pärt’s artistry, with a particular highlight in "Most Holy Mother of God”—magical in this rendition by the The Hilliard Ensemble.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The well-documented creative partnership of Arvo Pärt and producer Manfred Eicher came to the world’s attention in 1984, when Eicher launched the ECM label with Pärt’s now legendary Tabula Rasa. Arvo Pärt: Musica Selecta revisits works from the Estonian composer that have appeared on ECM in the decades since, including a number of premieres. The double-length release is a gorgeous overview of Pärt’s artistry, with a particular highlight in "Most Holy Mother of God”—magical in this rendition by the The Hilliard Ensemble.

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