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De profundis

composer
1980; dedicated to Gottfried von Einem
author of text
Psalm 130

Polyphony, Stephen Layton (conductor), Andrew Lucas (organ), Chris Guy (percussion)
Recording details: January 1997
Romsey Abbey, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Produced by Mark Brown
Engineered by Antony Howell & Julian Millard
Release date: May 1998
Total duration: 7 minutes 19 seconds

Cover artwork: Illustration by Jennie Cockram.
 
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De profundis  [7'19]

A setting of Psalm 130 for male voices, organ, bass drum, tam-tam and a single tubular bell, De profundis was written in 1980, shortly after Pärt’s move from Estonia to Vienna. It is dedicated to the composer Gottfried von Einem.

from notes by Meurig Bowen © 1998

Cette mise en musique du psaume 130, pour voix d’homme, orgue, grosse caisse, tam-tam et une seule cloche tubulaire fut écrite en 1980, peu après que Pärt eut quitté l’Estonie pour Vienne. Elle est dédiée au compositeur Gottfried von Einem.

extrait des notes rédigées par Meurig Bowen © 1998
Français: Hypérion

Eine Vertonung von Psalm 130 für Männerstimmen, Orgeln, Baßtrommel, Tamtam und einer einzelnen Röhrenglocke, die 1980, kurz nachdem Pärt von Estland nach Wien gegangen war, entstand und die dem Komponisten Gottfried von Einem gewidmet ist.

aus dem Begleittext von Meurig Bowen © 1998
Deutsch: Anke Vogelhuber

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