Santa Ratniece: Vigilia del Mattino Latvian Radio Choir

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2021

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
28.06.2022

Label: SKANI

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

Interpret: Latvian Radio Choir

Komponist: Santa Ratniece (1977)

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  • Santa Ratniece (b. 1977): Vigilia del Mattino:
  • 1Ratniece: Vigilia del Mattino10:17
  • War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines:
  • 2Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: I.01:09
  • 3Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: II.06:10
  • 4Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: III.03:19
  • 5Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: IV.02:50
  • 6Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: V.02:54
  • 7Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: VI.03:04
  • 8Ratniece: War Sum Up - Music. Manga. Machines: VII.04:56
  • Fuoco celeste:
  • 9Ratniece: Fuoco celeste13:56
  • Nada el layli:
  • 10Ratniece: Nada el layli13:29
  • Total Runtime01:02:04

Info zu Santa Ratniece: Vigilia del Mattino

Das Album enthält Weltersteinspielungen des lettischen Komponisten Santa Ratniece, gesungen vom Lettischen Rundfunkchor - einem der führenden Chöre der Welt von heute. Santa Ratniece (1977) ist eine ungewöhnliche Persönlichkeit unter den lettischen Komponisten - eine Reisende und Forscherin, deren Musik nicht mit den Kompositionen irgendeines anderen Komponisten verwechselt werden kann. Ihre Musik ist prozesshaft; es ist eine Musik, in der sich die Zeit wie ein beleuchteter Horizont ausdehnt und die Unendlichkeit offenbart. Ihre Klangwelt enthält Schichten von unterschiedlicher Tiefe und reicht bis in die Stratosphäre, umfasst aber auch Mikrovibrationen und Sensibilität. Die Fragmente für die multimediale Choroper WAR SUM UP: MUSIC. MANGA. MACHINES, die auf diesem Album zu hören ist, war eine internationale Zusammenarbeit, die von den Latvian Radio Chamber Singers unter der Leitung des Dirigenten Kaspars Putnins zusammen mit der Regisseurin Kirsten Dehlholm und der Theatergruppe Hotel Pro Forma aus Dänemark aufgeführt wurde.

Latvian Radio Choir
Jekaterina Suvorova, Harfe (track 1)
Dārta Paldiņa, Sopran (track 1)
Laura Štoma, Sopran (track 1)
Gilbert Nouno, Elektroniks (track 2)
Ieva Ezeriete, Sopran (tracks 2, 3, 10)
Ēriks Kiršfelds, Cello (track 4)
Ilze Konovalova, Alt (track 6)
Guna Šnē, Cello (track 9)
Ensemble Sarband (track 10)
Sigvards Kļava, Dirigent (tracks 1, 9)
Kaspars Putniņš, Dirigent (tracks 2-8, 10)




The Latvian Radio Choir (LRC)
ranks among the top professional chamber choirs in Europe and its refined taste for musical material, fineness of expression and vocal of unbelievably immense compass have charted it as a noted brand on the world map. Since 1992, LRC has two conductors – Sigvards Kļava, Music Director and Principal Conductor; and Kaspars Putniņš.

The repertoire of LRC ranges from the Renaissance music to the most sophisticated scores by modern composers; and it could be described as a sound laboratory – the singers explore their skills by turning to the mysteries of traditional singing, as well as to the art of quartertone and overtone singing and other sound production techniques. The choir has established a new understanding of the possibilities of a human voice; one could also say that the choir is the creator of a new choral paradigm: every singer is a distinct individual with his or her own vocal signature and roles in performances. The expertise of singers has made LRC a remarkably flexible ensemble able to deal with vocal and instrumental music, as well as with opera performances, multi-media projects, intimate a capella talks, and theatrical shows where singers can express themselves as soloists and talented actors.

e choir has participated in the top international musical forums in Salzburg and Montpellier, the Baltic Sea Festival, Klangspuren Festival, La Musica, Ultima, the Venice Biennale, White Light Festival USA, Soundstreams in Canada; and performed in renowned concert halls such as the Concertgebouw and Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, Konzerthaus in Berlin, and Cité de la Musique in Paris, Lincoln Center in New York and Dresden Frauenkirche. LRC has successfully worked with many outstanding guest conductors, including Riccardo Muti, Heinz Holliger, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Stephen Layton, Tõnu Kaljuste, James Wood, and Esa-Pekka Salonen, among others. The Latvian Radio Choir records on a regular basis. Every season, three or four new CDs appear in collaboration with such labels as Hyperion Records, BIS, GB Records, Ondine, and Naïve.

Sigvards Kļava
is one of the most outstanding Latvian conductors, also a professor of conducting and producer, music director of the Latvian Radio Choir since 1992. As a result of Sigvards Kļava’s steady efforts, the Latvian Radio Choir has become an internationally recognized, vocally distinctive collective, where each singer possesses a creative individuality. Under Sigvards’ guidance, the choir has recorded a number of choral works by little known or completely forgotten composers of the past, as well as formed a friendly collaboration with a number of notable Latvian composers. Sigvards Kļava is a professor at the Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music. Kļava is a multiple winner of the Latvian Grand Music Award. He has performed at the Concertgebouw and Muziekgebouw of Amsterdam, Berliner Konzerthaus and Philharmonie, Théâtre des Champs- Élysées in Paris, Berwaldhallen in Stockholm, Dresdner Frauenkirche as well as in the New York Lincoln Centre.



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