Baltic Trio: Pastoral of Computerized World
at the Merchant Guild Hall, Tallinn, Estonia in January, 1997. Released in 1997.
|Compositions by Erkki-Sven Tüür|
|Track 4. Architectonics VII (1992) (original
The Baltic Trio - Algirdas Vizgirda: flute, Teet Järvi: cello, Aina Kalnciema: harpsichord
|Other composer's works on this recording|
|Tracks 1.-3. Bronius Kutavicius: Northern Gates (1991) 16:53|
|Track 4. Peteris Vasks: Cantabile (1979) 8:54|
|Track 5. Jurgis Juozapaitis: Perpetuum Mobile (1988) 4:28|
|Track 6. Mindaugas Urbaitis: Lithuanian Folk Music (1990) 13:40|
|Tracks 8.-10. Antanas Rekasius: Music for Strings
All of the above recordings are by The Baltic Trio
|Commissions, Dedications, Premieres and Awards|
|Architectonics VII was commissioned by the Musica Festival in Strasbourg and was premiered on October 6, 1992 in Strasbourg by The Baltic Trio.|
|Architectonics VII is published by Warner/Chappell Music Finland|
|Other Points of Interest and Links|
|The CD liner notes are compiled by Elle Himma and are
translated into English by Kai Vassiljeva.
Teet Järvi is also a member of the Tallinn String Quartet, who perform Tüür's String Quartet on the CD Chamber Music from Estonia BIS CD-574.
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