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Symphonies 3-4

Asger Hamerik

Symphonies 3-4

Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard
During his lifetime Asger Hamerik was the best known Danish composer after Niels W. Gade outside Denmark. He studied in Copenhagen with Gade and J.P.E. Hartmann, in Berling with Hans von Bülow and finally in 1864-69 in Paris with Hector Berlioz. In the years 1871-98 he worked in the USA as director of the consercatory of the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. His oeuvre includes four operas, seven symphonies and a series of Nordic Suites.
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Symphony no. 3 in E major op. 33 "Symphonie lyrique" (1883-84)
1 I Largo-Allegro molto vivace 11:02 12,80 kr.
2 II Allegro grazioso 3:48 6,40 kr.
3 III Andante sostenuto 9:51 9,60 kr.
4 IV Allegro con spirito 9:56 9,60 kr.
Symphony no. 4 in C major op. 35 "Symphonie majestueuse" (1888-89)
5 I Largo-Allegro impetuoso 13:27 12,80 kr.
6 II Adagio espressivo 10:01 12,80 kr.
7 III Allegro moderato 5:04 9,60 kr.
8 IV Maestoso e solenne 9:44 9,60 kr.
Total runtime: 
73 min.
Release date: 
July 1998
Cat. No.: 
8.224088
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CD
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Jewel Case
Barcode: 
730099978828
Track count: 
8

Credits

Recorded at Helsingborg Concert Hall, Sweden, on 4-5 September and 16-17 December 1997

Recording producer: Michael Petersen
Sound engineer: Michael Petersen

Cover painting: From Halland", Sweden by Joakim Skovgaard (1880), Randers Kunstmuseum

dacapo acknowledges with gratitute, the financial support of Familien Hede Nielsens Fond, Beckett Fonden and Dansk Frimurer Orden."
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