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Universal Edition - Arvo Pärt – L'abbé Agathon

Arvo Pärt

Arvo Pärt
L'abbé Agathon

Year of composition: 2004/2005
Scored for: for soprano, 4 violas and 4 violoncellos
Composer: Arvo Pärt
Original Language: Französisch
Translator: Ellison Cori
Soloists: soprano
Instrumentation details:

Duration: 15′
 
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L'abbé Agathon

World Première

Location: Stiftskirche Ossiach / Austria
Date: 10.07.2005
Orchestra: Camerata Salzburg
Conductor: Erwin Ortner
Main Soloists: Berit Barfred-Jensen, soprano

Work Introduction

Arvo Pärt came across a legend concerning the patriarch Agathon, from the 4th century, in a book containing stories of The Desert Fathers. They take us back to the cradle of Christian monasticism, in the Egyptian desert, the narrative telling of the meeting between the hermit Agathon and the leper. Agathon is tested several times by the leper. Not until after he has passed these tests does the leper reveal himself as an angel sent by God, and blesses Agathon.

Study score – L' abbé Agathon

The theme of L'abbé Agathon is related to the moving story of the leper house of Saint Lazarus, the oldest leper hospital in northern Europe.

  • for soprano, 4 violas and 4 cellos
  • Edition type: study score
  • Language: English; French
  • UE33004
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-3230-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-07827-9
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piano reduction - L'abbé Agathon

L'abbé Agathon
  • for soprano, 4 violas and 4 violoncellos
  • Edition type: piano reduction
  • Language: English; French

full score - L'abbé Agathon

L'abbé Agathon
  • for soprano, 4 violas and 4 violoncellos
  • Edition type: full score
  • Language: English; French

Future Performances

03.06.2017
Location: église des Jésuites, Brig (CH), Orchestra: Ensemble Fratres, Conductor: Pascal Crittin

5 Ensembles that have played this work:

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