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Ludolf Nielsen

Symfoni nr. 1


Frank Cramer, dirigent
Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester

Ludolf Nielsen, komponist

Om:
Ludolf Nielsen has a special talent for orchestral writing, and this record rediscovers two surprising works: the First Symphony, which was his first major work, and From the Mountains, a colourful and inventive symphonic suite. Ludolf Nielsen's works blended many ne ideoms of music from abroad with Nordic traditions. The rediscovery of his music sheds new light on the Danish music culture of the turn of the 19th Century.
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Symphony no. 1 in B minor op. 3 (1902-03)
1

I Andante Lento - Allegro energico

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II Andante mesto

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III Allegro pastorale

7:17 Play $2.10
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IV Finale: Allegro con brio

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From the Mountains (Fra Bjærgene) op. 8 (1903-05)
Symphonic Suite for Orchestra
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I The Castle Ruin

6:21 Play $2.10
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II The Shepherd

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III The Mountain Chapel

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IV Folk Life in the Valley

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Total spilletid  71 minutes

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Recorded at Frihedshallen, Idrætshøjskolen i Sønderborg, on 11-15 August 1997 and 6-7 May 1998

Recording producer: Lars Søgaard
Sound engineer: Clemens Johansen

Cover painting: Theodor Philipsen: "En vej i Dyrehaven" (1889)

Recording kindly sponsored by Familien Hede Nielsens Fond, Beckett Fonden and Den Danske Frimurerorden

This recording has been made in cooperation with Danmarks Radio

Label: Dacapo

Format: CD

Katalognummer: 8.224093

Stregkode: 730099979320

Udgivelsesdato: October 1998

Periode: Senromantik

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"This music is a delightful surprise ... Want List material" (Fanfare)

"This disc remains a fine introduction to this undeservedly obscure composer." (Classics Today)[Read full review]


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