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CD Fruits of the EarthFruits of the Earth
Radiator 01

Nic Gotham
Latvian Radio Choir; Kaspars Putniņš, conductor
Riga Saxophone Quartet








1. The Fool by the Roadside 08:48
(Latvian Radio Chamber Singers)

Fruits of the Earth I - Extase du Gout
(Latvian Radio Choir; Riga Saxophone Quartet; Kaspars Putniņš, conductor)
2. Le plaisir de la table, le plaisir de la vie... (solo: Ivars Cinkuss) 02:37
3. Le plaisir de la table est des tous les ages ... 04:24
4. La destinée des nations... (solo: Ivars Cinkuss) 02:59
5. Cast your snow... (solo: Aigars Reinis) 03:12
6. Le créateur en obligeant l'homme (solo: Ivars Cinkuss) 02:01
7. Gasteréa est la plus jolie des muses (solo: Gundars Dziļums) 03:24

Fruits of the Earth II - Leibfrucht
8. Introduction: Vita brevis, ars longa... (solo: Ieva Ezeriete) 03:19
9. My observations are the fruits of my practice... (solo: Gundars Dziļums) 01:47
10. The delivery of a woman... 01:34
11. In the year seventeen-forty-five... (solo: Elīna Libauere) 02:29
12. In the year seventeen-forty-three... 03:52
13. In the year seventeen-forty-seven... (solo: Gundars Dziļums) 05:24
14. I desired she might rise... 02:53
15. Pamazītim un šaudīdami... (solo: Gundars Dziļums) 04:13

16. Album
(Riga Saxophone Quartet,; Nic Gotham; alto saxophone solo)

 

PRAULIŅŠ * PŪCE * GOTHAMS (2007) VKG004
MŪZIKA VĪRU KORIM
CONTEMPORARY LATVIAN MALE CHOIR MUSIC

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(link: www.gaudeamus.lv/recordings.htm)

1.-10. Uģis Prauliņš VENUS ET AMOR

Poems from Thomas Campions (1567-1620) „Elegiarum Liber” (1619) and Song of Songs (1; 9-13,2)
Ieva Parša, alto, Ivars Cinkuss, bariton, Sarmīte Ārenta, piano, Uģis Prauliņš, keyboards, Juris Kulakovs, accordeon, Ainārs Paukšēns, cello, Edgars Saksons and Ivo Krūskops, percussions
World premiere May 2005

11.-15. Valts Pūce ODI ET AMO

Poems from Catullus (ca. 84-54 BC) „Carmina”
World premiere July 2001

16.-19. Nick Gotham DREAM PIPE


Poems by Ēriks Ādamsons
English translation by Baņuta Rubess
With participation of Latvian Republic Armed Forces Staff Orchestra
World premiere May 2006