Arvo Part: Ethereal and Spiritual

Arvo Part.

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Estonian composer Arvo Part is becoming this generation's Bach. His music, like this Salve Regina that he wrote in 2001, is ethereal and spiritual. Paul Hillier conducts the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir at the University of Maryland, and the organist is Christopher Bowers-Broadbent.

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