Arvo Part and Peteris Masks are leading exponents of ‘spiritual minimalism,’ the commercially successful but highly controversial style of composition that has outlived the Soviet era in which it was born. Accused by some of pandering to populist tastes and hailed by others for helping classical music reach a wider audience, Part and Masks are […]

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