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Arvo Pärt in conversation

Author: Enzo Restagno; Leopold Brauneiss; Saale Kareda; Robert J Crow; Arvo Pärt
Publisher: Champaign [Illinois] : Dalkey Archive Press, 2012.
Series: Estonian literature series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First Dalkey editionView all editions and formats
This collection of essays and interviews is an ideal guide to the work and thought of one of the world's greatest and most original living composers. In Enzo Restagno's extensive interview, Pärt gives an intimate description of his work and life in Soviet Estonia, his emigration, his artistic odyssey, and his worldview. Then, Arvo Pärt's compositional technique is the focus of a musicological essay by Leopold  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Arvo Pärt; Arvo Pärt
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Enzo Restagno; Leopold Brauneiss; Saale Kareda; Robert J Crow; Arvo Pärt
ISBN: 9781564787866 1564787869
Language Note: Translated from the German.
OCLC Number: 783161098
Notes: Originally published: Arvo Pärt im Gespräch. Vienna : Universal Edition, 2010.
Description: viii, 182 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Arvo Pärt in conversation / Enzo Restagno --
Tintinnabuli : an introduction / Leopold Brauneiss --
Back to the source / Saale Kareda --
Two acceptance speeches / Arvo Pärt.
Series Title: Estonian literature series.
Other Titles: Arvo Pärt im Gespräch.
Responsibility: Enzo Restagno, Leopold Brauneiss, Saale Kareda, Arvo Pärt ; translated by Robert Crow.


Originally published: Arvo P'art im Gespr'ach. Vienna: Universal Edition, 2010.  Read more...
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"[Part] is a composer who speaks in hauntingly clear, familiar tones, yet he does not duplicate the music of the past. He has put his finger on something that is almost impossible to put into Read more...

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