Choir – Latvian Radio Choir. Composed By, Electronics – Jonathan Harvey. Electronics – Carl Faia. The Angels (1994) for unaccompanied choir Ashes Dance Back (1997) for choir and electronics Marahi (1999) for unaccompanied choir The Summer Cloud's Awakening (2001) for choir, cello and electronics. Recorded in St Saviour’s Church, Riga, on 19 April 2005 (The Angels) and live in St John’s Church, Riga, on 1 November 2008. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Other (SPARS Code): DDD.
The Summer Cloud's Awakening. Jonathan Harvey, Latvian Radio Choir, James Wood, Carl Faia, Clive Williamson, Ilona Meija & Arne Deforce. 4 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes. Released: 28 Mar 2011. 2011 Hyperion Records Limited. More By Latvian Radio Choir.
Latvian Radio Choir, James Wood - The Summer Cloud's Awakening by Jonathan Harvey, 30:52. Did you like the song?
The Latvian Radio Choir (Latvijas Radio koris) is the professional chamber choir of Latvian Radio which was founded in 1940 by the Latvian conductor Teodors Kalnins. Following the musical direction by Edgars Račevskis (1963–1986) and Juris Kļaviņš (1987 – 1992). The choir has had two conductors ever since 1992 - musical director and principal conductor. The choir is currently of 24 singers under the leadership of Sigvards Kļava and Kaspars Putniņš.
Thanks to previous successful concerts in 2017, the choir continues its cooperation with Artist Management M. Hirasa who have organised the tour this time around, as well. The Latvian Radio choir will perform in four cities - Tokyo, Yokohama, Tsu and Matsumoto. 28 May at 01:34 ·. MUZIKĀLĀS PIETURVIETAS VASARA 2019
Kaspars Putnins, conductor. Last played Sunday, August 19 2018 at 10:00 PM. Santa Ratniece. Hirondelles du coeur (Swallows of the Heart). Sigvards Klava, conductor. Album: On Photography. Last played Friday, December 29 2017 at 08:19 PM. Jonathan Harvey. The Summer Cloud's Awakening. James Wood, conductor.
Marahi (1999) is described by Harvey as ‘a hymn of adoration to the Divine Feminine’-a theme explored in several pieces, particularly the two large-scale Proms commissions Madonna of Winter and Spring (1986) and Mothers Shall Not Cry (2000). The title exhibits Harvey’s fondness for wordplay: ‘Marahi’ is a portmanteau word made up from the names of the two divinities the piece celebrates, the Virgin Mary and the Buddhist goddess Varahi . Harvey: The Angels, Ashes Dance Back & other choral works. Latvian Radio Choir, James Wood (conductor).
The BBC artist page for Kaspars Putniņš. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Kaspars Putniņš interviews. Latvian Radio Choir & Kaspars Putniņš). Last played on. Late Junction.
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