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O edelstes Grün

O edelstes Grün


Iris Oja: soprano / Marrit Gerretz-Traksmann: piano / Peep Lassmann: piano / Harry Traksmann: violin / Mihkel Peäske: flute / Ansambel U / ERSO Estonian National Symphony Orchestra / conductor: Arvo Volmer


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2008
  • Order No.: ARTS 81172
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Description
Mari Vihmand, born in 1967, has been living and working in Germany for ten years. Her music can be described as both poetic and expressive, as a striving for balance between emotional and rational aspects. 
The name of the first CD with music by Mari Vihmand comes from Hildegard von Bingen's poem 'O edelstes Grün' which inspired the composer to write a work in which finely nuanced tonal colours stand for the infinity of possible shades of green. It is the nuances of sound that characterize the music by this extraordinary young composer of Estonian descent and have Hildegard's idea of 'green power', the creative vital force, translated into music.
Details
Content text: O edelstes Grün for flute, clarinet, percussion, violin, cello and piano
Down the Stream (Stromabwärts) for violin and piano
Inglid tulevad tagasi (The Angels Return) for soprano and chamber ensemble
Keeris (Whirl) for solo flute
Varsti oled sa siin (Soon you are there) for piano
Floreo for orchestra
EAN: 4010228811728
Performance duration: 68'45"
Publisher: Wergo
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Mari Vihmand, born in 1967, has been living and working in Germany for ten years. Her music can be described as both poetic and expressive, as a striving for balance between emotional and rational aspects. 
The name of the first CD with music by Mari Vihmand comes from Hildegard von Bingen's poem 'O edelstes Grün' which inspired the composer to write a work in which finely nuanced tonal colours stand for the infinity of possible shades of green. It is the nuances of sound that characterize the music by this extraordinary young composer of Estonian descent and have Hildegard's idea of 'green power', the creative vital force, translated into music.
Content text: O edelstes Grün for flute, clarinet, percussion, violin, cello and piano
Down the Stream (Stromabwärts) for violin and piano
Inglid tulevad tagasi (The Angels Return) for soprano and chamber ensemble
Keeris (Whirl) for solo flute
Varsti oled sa siin (Soon you are there) for piano
Floreo for orchestra
EAN: 4010228811728
Performance duration: 68'45"
Publisher: Wergo