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Per Nørgård

Luna; Symphony No. 3; Twilight


Herbert Blomstedt, conductor
Danish National Concert Choir
Danish National Symphony Orchestra
Jan Latham-Koenig, conductor
Tom Nybye, congas
Hedwig Rummel, contralto
Tamás Vetö, conductor

Per Nørgård, composer

About:
Per Nørgård is the most prominent Danish composer after Carl Nielsen. He is also a wide-ranging personality whose signature can be found almost anywhere in Danish music, and whos has taught and inspired a host of Scandinavian composers. This disc contains three of his major orchestral works from the late sixties and the seventies.

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Track listing:

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Luna (1976)
1

I Lento

1:42 Play $1.40
2

II Lento

5:25 Play $2.10
3

III Allegretto - Allegro - Lento - Andante - Lento

3:28 Play $1.40
4

IV Andante - Lento - Andante

3:32 Play $1.40
Symphony No. 3 (1972-75)
5

1st movement

19:38 Play $3.50
6

2nd movement

27:40 Play $4.20
 
7

Twilight (1976-77, rev. 1979) ,

15:19 Play $3.50
Total playing time  77 minutes

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"Luna" previously released on LP by DMA
Recorded at the Danish Radio Concert Hall in August 1968
Recording producer: Sven Erik Werner

"Symphony No. 3" previously released on CD by dacapo
Recorded at the Danish Radio Concert Hall in October 1982
Recording producer: Ingolf Gabold
Executive producer: Ivar Munk
Sound engineer: Lars Christensen

"Twilight" previously released on CD by dacapo
Recorded at the Danish Radio Concert Hall in September 1982
Recording producer: Niels Peters
Sound engineer: Lars Christensen
Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen

Cover picture: "Cosmic diagram". Rajasthan, c. 18th century

This recording is made in cooperation with the Danmarks Radio

Label: Dacapo

Format: CD

Catalogue Number: 8.224041

Barcode: 0730099944120

Release Date: March 1996

Period: Late 20th Century

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