» » Arvo Pärt - Alina

Arvo Pärt - Alina download mp3

Arvo Pärt - Alina download mp3
Title:
Alina
Performer:
Style:
Contemporary
Released:
Country:
MP3 album size:
1758 mb
Other formats:
AUD VQF DMF ASF AC3 VOC MP1
Genre:
Rating:
4.8 ✪

Label: ECM Records ‎– ECM 1591, ECM Records ‎– 449 958-2, ECM New Series ‎– ECM New Series 1591. Format: CD, Album, Repress. Warning: this is quite possibly the most beautiful album you will ever own. Arvo Pärt has in the last few years become almost synonymous with the new wave of composers, one of the names almost always quoted (along with Steve Reich) as a primary influence. His blend of spiritual/sacred themes and an icy minimal neu-classical compositional style has won him masses of followers and turned heads of even people totally unconnected to the classical music genre, which maybe is his greatest gift.

Composed By – Arvo Pärt. Alina ‎(CD, Album, RP). ECM New Series, ECM New Series, ECM New Series. ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591.

Für Alina is a work for piano composed by the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. It can be considered as an essential work of his tintinnabuli style. Für Alina was first performed in Tallinn in 1976, along with six other works, after a long preparatory period in Pärt's life as a composer. This concert was the first to introduce his new signature style of composition, referred to as the tintinnabuli style.

Structured in five parts, Alina is a simple, chilling invocation of heartfelt desire comprised of only two movements that alternate with subtle variation. The opening lullaby of "Spiegel im Spiegel" is a gentle and melancholy embrace between Sergej Bezrodney on piano and Vladimir Spivakov on violin, where every note steps gracefully forward, as if ascending a fragile staircase. In contrast, the two movements of "Für Alina" leave a little room.

Listen free to Arvo Pärt – Alina (Spiegel im Spiegel, Für Alina and more). Tracklist: 1 - Spiegel Im Spiegel: 1 (10:41) Violin – Vladimir Spivakov Piano – Sergej Bezrodny 2 - Für Alina: 1 (10:47) Piano – Alexander Malter 3 - Spiegel Im Spiegel: 2 (9:12) Piano – Alexander Malter Cello – Dietmar Schwalke 4 - Für Alina: 2 (10:53) Piano – Alexander Malter 5 - Spiegel Im Spiegel: 3 (9:48) Violin – Vladimir Spivakov Piano – Sergej Bezrodny This is a remarkable release, both for its beauty and its novelty at programming

Try another! More albums from Arvo Pärt: Triodion by Arvo Pärt. In Principio by Arvo Pärt. Kantaat Rahva Võim, Kolm Serenaadi Kammerorkestrile, Tiina Monoloog Balleti Tiina, Lastekantaat Meie Aed by Arvo Pärt. Collage by Arvo Pärt. Cello Concerto Pro Et Contra ■ Perpetuum Mobile ■ Symphony No. 1, Polyphonic ■ Symphony No. 2 ■ Symphony No. 3 by Arvo Pärt. Spiegel Im Spiegel by Arvo Pärt. Trivium by Arvo Pärt. Je T’Apprendrai by Arvo Pärt. View all albums . Alina. By: Arvo Pärt (1999, Classical). 1. Spiegel Im Spiegel.

620. Alina Tracklist. Spiegel im Spiegel Lyrics. Ask us a question about this album. Top Alina scholars. More Arvo Pärt albums. Show all albums by Arvo Pärt.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes.

Tracklist

Spiegel Im Spiegel 10:36
Für Alina 10:47
Spiegel Im Spiegel 9:12
Für Alina 10:53
Spiegel Im Spiegel 9:48

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Arvo Pärt Alina ‎(CD, Album) ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM New Series, ECM New Series ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Germany 1999
ECM 1591, 289 449 958-2 Arvo Pärt Alina ‎(CD, Album) ECM New Series, ECM New Series ECM 1591, 289 449 958-2 US 2000
ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Arvo Pärt Alina ‎(CD, Album, RP) ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM New Series ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Germany Unknown
ECM 1591, 289 449 958-2 Arvo Pärt Alina ‎(CD, Album, RP) ECM New Series, ECM New Series ECM 1591, 289 449 958-2 US Unknown
ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Arvo Pärt Alina ‎(CD, Album, RP) ECM New Series, ECM New Series, ECM New Series ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Germany Unknown
ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Arvo Pärt Alina ‎(CD, Album, RP) ECM Records, ECM Records, ECM New Series ECM 1591, 449 958-2, ECM New Series 1591 Germany Unknown


Reviews:
  • Dolid
Tintinnabulism in B minor for angelic beings. The greatest composer alive, noone since Plotinus had been so obsessed with simplicity and its cathartic effect on the soul.
  • Na
Warning: this is quite possibly the most beautiful album you will ever own. Arvo Pärt has in the last few years become almost synonymous with the new wave of electronic/classical composers, one of the names almost always quoted (along with Steve Reich) as a primary influence. His blend of spiritual/sacred themes and an icy minimal neu-classical compositional style has won him masses of followers and turned heads of even people totally unconnected to the classical music genre, which maybe is his greatest gift. There is a tendency in classical music for the subgenres to become somewhat exclusive, and it can be difficult for fresher interested parties to penetrate the scene in any way whatsoever, but Pärt has become something of an entry point for so many and in that he is responsible for influencing a generation of musicians. 'Alina' is one of his most well known discs, and one of his finest, containing variations on two pieces; 'Spiegel Im Spiegel' and 'Fur Alina', both of which have been used in countless films. You might remember 'Spiegel Im Spiegel' being used in the documentary 'Touching the Void' or Gus Van Sant's unsettling buddy drama 'Gerry', and it's one of those works that while sounding familiar never fails to send shivers down your spine. This is a disc that I can safely say I can play almost any time, and I am always left stunned by Pärt's incredible ability to distil so much emotion and spirituality in his work. Whether you're a believer or not you can't help but feel moved by 'Alina', and any of you left floored by material from Marsen Jules, Max Richter, Ryan Teague or Greg Haines' owe it to themselves to find out where it all came from. Utter perfection!
  • Ishnsius
Nice job quoting Boomkat.