Ludwig van Beethoven, Hakon Børresen, Niels W. Gade, Edvard Grieg, Friedrich Kuhlau, H.C. Lumbye, Franz Schubert, Richard Wagner, Carl Maria von Weber
King Frederik IX Conducts
The King on the podium – a celebration of the close monarch/orchestra relationships between King Frederik IX and the Royal Danish Orchestra and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra
The Mother, Op. 41 – A Play in a Prologue and Seven Scenes
World premiere recording of Carl Nielsen's complete incidental music for The Mother
J.P.E. Hartmann, Carl Nielsen, Thomas Laub, Thorvald Aagaard, Poul Schierbeck, Peter Heise, Bo Holten, Oluf Ring, Harald Balslev, Bo Gunge, Marianne Søgaard, Ernst A. Kiørboe, N.K. Madsen-Stensgaard, Haakon Elmer, Henrik Rung, Emil Hornemann
Songs from the Borderland
The history of the Danish-German borderland can be told through songs, here sung by Danish elite vocal ensemble Musica Ficta and conducted by Bo Holten.
From atmospheres and feelings to memories and dreams. This recording unites three recent concertos from the Grawemeyer Award-winning composer performed by three distinguished Nordic soloists
Andalag – Solo and Ensemble Works
World premiere recordings that highlight Rasmussen’s deft harbouring of momentum and energy, his gift for transformative textures, and his closeness to the unique musical traditions and landscapes of the Islands themselves
Like organs screaming for oxygen. With ILT (Oxygen) for choir, Louise Alenius gives a taste of her upcoming opera
THE WORLD IS BABEL AND IVORY
Discovering a fascinating world with Jacob Davidsen and company - away from the safe, conventional paths into a striking genre-hopping adventure.
Friedrich Kuhlau, Christian Frederik Barth, Niels W. Gade
Concertos from 19th Century Denmark
Here, principal players from the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra perform fine concertante works from two composers who are experiencing a renaissance and one who still languishes in obscurity.