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MI 1037

Maarika Järvi - Celestials

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Tallinn Chamber Orchestra


Kristjan Jarvi


Maarika Jarvi

flute

Producer:

Ulrich Rützel


Peeter Vähi



Record Label
Artist Showcase

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 52:09
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PEETER VÄHL

 

Chant Of The Celestial Lake

 
  Concerto in D for flute and string orchestra  
1 Con Anima 10:39
2 Rubato 5:35
3 Adagio 4:23
4 Piu mosso 2:30
5 Sostenuto 5:47
   
 

URMAS SISASK

 

Leonides (in memoriam Lepo Sumera)

 
  Concerto for flute and string orchestra, Op.78  
6 Tempo ad libitum 3:52
7 Moderato. Alla breve 12:46
8 Tutti. À tempo 6:37
   
Maarika Järvi plays Vähi and Sisask

Born in Estonia, Maarika Järvi emigrated to the United States in 1980 with her family of noted musicians. More recently she has lived in Spain and France and presently makes her home in Switzerland. On this CD her brother Kristjan is conducting the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra.

‘The Estonian composer, music producer, and orientalist Peeter Vähi (b. 1955) is a creator of cultural scope and of postmodernist tolerance. In his music, East and West, archaic and civilised sound worlds come together – or at least come close. His Chant of the Celestial Lake is a love-story reflecting Asian legends. Vähi paints celestial landscapes using exotic orchestral colours and scales. The endless journey through the inner realms of the soul is being reflected in this music.

‘Urmas Sisask (b. 1960) is an Estonian composer whose main source of inspiration is the mathematics of the starry sky and the magical forces of space. His music

embraces dense melodic nuclei and a strenuous flow of shamanic rhythms. The title Leonides refers to the meteor current from the direction of the constellation Leo, a kind of star shower. The soloist embodies an observer fascinated by the celestial spectacle and the melodic power of the work arises from excited patterns of the solo flute.

‘There is a glance of invisible worlds blinking in musical imagery in these Estonian flute concertos. Choosing roots, Maarika Järvi unmistakebly chooses the universal world of human spirituality.’

Evi Arujärv

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