The last stage on a long journey, here is the third and final instalment of a warmly received Langgaard cycle undertaken by Gunvor Sihm and Berit Johansen Tange.
Peter Heise: The Song Edition
Nearly every song by Heise, almost 300 songs in all, for the first time.
Drot og Marsk (King and Marshal)
A magnificent opera about events which led to the murder of King Erik Clipping in 1286
James Black, Connor McLean
Music is not always participatory
An album bound by restriction and that flirts with failure, but delivers powerfully on the fundamentals of art and expression.
String Quartets Vol. 1
Award-winning Nightingale String Quartet here begins a new exploration of one of the great unsung quartet cycles of the last century, that of Vagn Holmboe
Thomas Agerfeldt Olesen
Der Wind bläset wo er will
Two of Olesen's major orchestral works of the 2010s – stunning music about life and about being alive: each piece is a world unto itself.
On Rosenhill (LP)
A tribute to the neighbourhood where the composer and jazz trumpeter Jakob Buchanan grew up and which he has revisited many years later.
Niels W. Gade, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, A.P. Berggreen, Carl Nielsen, Phillip Faber
Stille som sne (Quiet as snow) – a nordic Christmas
Danish National Girls' Choir and Phillip Faber collect concert highlights and recordings from the last 5 years' Christmas concerts together with several Nordic guest artists on the album Stille som sne (Quiet as snow).