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Mikko Sidoroff - Mikko Sidoroff: Panihida album download
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Mikko Sidoroff - Mikko Sidoroff: Panihida album download

Performer:
Mikko Sidoroff
Album:
Mikko Sidoroff: Panihida
Style:
Choral
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Duration:
45:52
MP3 archive size:
1812 mb
FLAC archive size:
1845 mb
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Composer Mikko Sidoroff (born in 1985) was only 22 when this recording of his Finnish setting of the Orthodox all-night vigil for the dead was released. The composer freely admits his musical debt to Russian Romantic liturgical settings, and to his countryman Einojuhani Rautavaara's Vigilia, but it's also easy to detect the influence of Arvo Pärt's larger choral works in its mood, pacing, and use of dissonance.

Mikko Sidoroff: Panihida. ) Rauhaisa Valkeus (O Gladsome Light).

Tuuli Lindeberg, soprano Elisabet Petsalo, alto Jarno Lehtola, tenor Sampo Haapaniemi, baritone Teppo Lampela, bass. Recording: Matti Heinonen, Producer: Jukka Jokitalo. The composition of Panihida set in motion a chain of events: at the first performance in May 2003, the Kryostomos Chamber Choir was born, and my work as a composer began. The cd, which was released in 2007, was awarded the title of Choral Recording of the Year by the Finnish Choral Directors' Association. The work as well as the recording are an essential part of my identity, and for these reasons the Krysostomos Chamber Choir continues to perform Panihida almost every year. Choral Recording of the Year 2007.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Panihida, for 2 voices & choir
1 Tulkaa Kumartakaamme (Come, Let Us Worship) Mikko Sidoroff 1:06
2 Psalmi 91 (Psalm 91) Mikko Sidoroff 2:22
3 Suuri Ektenia (Great Litany) Mikko Sidoroff 5:39
4 Panihidan Troparit (Troparia) Mikko Sidoroff 3:31
5 Kiitetty olet Sinä, Herra (Blessed art Thou, O Lord) Mikko Sidoroff 6:32
6 Katismaveisut (Kathisma) Mikko Sidoroff 2:15
7 Kanonin Lauselmat (Refrain of the Canon) Mikko Sidoroff 0:52
8 Kanonin 3. Veisu (Third Canticle of the Canon) Mikko Sidoroff 1:10
9 Katismaveisu (Kathisma and Theotokion) Mikko Sidoroff 2:19
10 Kanonin 6. Veisu (Sixth Canticle of the Canon) Mikko Sidoroff 1:18
11 Kontakki (Kontakion) Mikko Sidoroff 1:55
12 Iikossi (Ikos) Mikko Sidoroff 2:21
13 Kanonin Lauselmat Ja 9. Veisu (Refrain of the Canon and 9th Ode) Mikko Sidoroff 2:43
14 Litanian Troparit (Troparia After the Litany) Mikko Sidoroff 2:59
15 Loppurukoukset Ja Siunaus (Closing Prayers and Blessings) Mikko Sidoroff 3:41
16 Iankaikkinen Muisto (Eternal Memory) Mikko Sidoroff 5:09