Genre: Jazz Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 16-NOV-1999
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This was one of the first Part discs I ever purchased and it is still the one I compare all the others to.
Part is not just one of the giants of contemporary classical music; he is also a touchstone for much modern music, period.
In this way listeners can experience all the subtle harmonics and nuances that make up the music of Arvo Pärt.
The best of Arvo Part. Okay, this just happens to be one of my favorite pieces of music. I heard this on the radio one day and I had to have it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mike
Great music: demands intensive listening. Inspired musicians.Published 6 months ago by Willem Ridder
One of the most treasured C.D.s I own, and what an affordable price for such a high quality recording!!!Published 7 months ago by EPayne
Having only heard Tabula Rasa, I was pleasantly surprised by the other composition on this collection. An under appreciated modern artist.Published 10 months ago by BluntSage52
While I often do not care for modern classical music, I was taken by the sounds of Arvo Part's Tabula Rasa when I heard it on National Public Radio many years ago while driving. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Phil
I love this music! He uses the string section of the orchestra in a way I have heard from no other composer. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Ralph S. Gardner
This is for me the introduction to the work of Arvo Part. I was moved and even inspired by the entire recording upon first play. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by the monrovian bear
Part is not just one of the giants of contemporary classical music; he is also a touchstone for much modern music, period. Read morePublished on February 13, 2011 by John B.
There would seem to be little I could add to the many appreciations of this beautiful music, many by folks far more knowledgable than me. I would venture three observations. Read morePublished on December 19, 2009 by Alexander T. Gafford