Bundle: Adam's Passion / THE Lost Paradise

Robert Wilson. Adam’s Passion

Concert recording of the world premiere.

Product Description
The first ever collaboration between the two prominent artists – Arvo Pärt and Robert Wilson, bound the creative experience and understanding of the world of two world-renowned creators. The emotional spectacle of sound and light is based on the Pärt’s most influential music: Adam’s Lament, Tabula rasa and Miserere, entwined with Sequentia composed specifically for the production. The performance took place at Noblessner Foundry in Tallinn, on 12 May 2015.

Directed by Andy Sommer
Produced by Paul Smaczny

Sound: PCM Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1
Picture format: 16:9 NTSC
Subtitles: German, French, English, Korean, Japanese, Latin
Total running time: 94’ 08’’
Booklet: 46 pages
Region code: 0
Production: Accentus Music
Co-production: ERR, WDR
Cooperation with: ARTE, Eesti Kontsert, Change Performing Arts and Enterprise Estonia
Released: 2015

Günter Atteln. The Lost Paradise     

Product Description
“The Lost Paradise” is the documentary by Günter Atteln. The composer Arvo Pärt has given his consent to be accompanied by a camera for an entire year: In his native Estonia, travelling to Germany, Italy, and Japan, where Pärt received the Praemium Imperiale, the world’s most prestigious award in the field of music, in October 2014.

The documentary is framed by the stage production of Adam’s Passion in which the artistic visions of Arvo Pärt and Robert Wilson mirror each other. Tracing their creative process, the film offers rare and personal insights into the worlds of two of the most fascinating personalities in the international arts and music scene.

Director: Günter Atteln
Producer: Paul Smaczny

PCM Stereo
Picture format: 16:9
Video format: NTSC, FULL HD
Subtitles: German, French, English, Korean, Japanese
Total running time: 55’ 33’’
Booklet: 34 pages
Region code: 0
Production: Accentus Music
Co-Production: WDR, ERR
Cooperation with: Arte, Eesti Kontsert, Enterprise Estonia
Supported by: Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung
Released: 2015

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