Jónas Ásgeir Ásgeirsson is on home turf in five Icelandic works for accordion with biting originality and intense dramas.
Vestergård is a rarity on Denmark’s new music scene — this album features 'his younger self trying to deal with the serious classical music heritage that he love'
The Island in the City
Gripping and immediate and orchestral works born out of Bent Sørensen’s quietly spoken universe
A strikingly original statement exploring the duality of Opsahl's music through a precisely defined box of digital loops, bodies and buildings, human and machine.
A fascinating, comprehensive insight into the symphonic thinking of Nørgård, one of the greatest symphonists of our time.
Langt ud' i skoven
Dreamers’ Circus and DR Børnekoret's new album with old Danish children's songs in new arrangements
Niels Viggo Bentzon
Bentzon's his five known wind quintets – captivating in their own way, stoked by his distinctive, virtuosic language and great ingenuity.
Anna Katrin Øssursdóttir Egilstrøð, Allan Gravgaard Madsen
Egilstrøð and Madsen's alluring symphonic song cycle about the Faroese 18th century femme fatale, Beinta. From light to dark or benevolent to threatening
Works for Solo Piano Vol. 2
The sequel to Bodendorff's highly acclaimed first album featuring Kuhlau's piano music
A Talk of Our Time
Rosing-Schow with new material that shows his special characteristics: a calligraphic, aerated clarity and sense of functionalism in which no note, timbre or colour is wasted.
In his award-winning concerto for singing solo cellist and chamber orchestra, Rønsholdt finds expressive connections among farflung sources, creating music which reflects and refracts its inspirations in the rich American country tradition
Archive of Emotions and Experiences, Book 1
A gripping contribution to the solo piano repertoire, that offers great insight into Niels Rønsholdt's unique musical thinking.
Bo Holten, Eva Sommestad Holten
Schlagt sie tot!
Schlagt sie tot! is an opera about radical change, religious fanaticism and human emotion in a society set ablaze by the fire of change.
Music of the Abyss
Rued Langgaard’s music written between 1913 and 1924 are undercut by a dark musical understream with Music of the Abyss as climax.
Singing Secrets is a thoughtful and profoundly lyrical album illustrating some of the distinctive steps of Per Nørgård’s musical journey.
Works for Solo Piano, Vol. 1
Marie-Luise Bodendorff reassesses Friedrich Kuhlau’s piano music with fresh, muscular performances of his music.
Anders Koppel, Anders Nordentoft, John Frandsen, Peter Bruun, Eva Noer Kondrup, Anders Brødsgaard, Birgitte Alsted, Andy Pape, Karsten Fundal, Amir Mayhar Tafreshipour, Mogens Christensen, Erik Ørum von Spreckelsen
A charming, evocative and very useful musical menagerie of etudes
Beautiful, sonorous settings of the myths of Medea and Lysistrata
Octagonal Room – Solo and Chamber Works for Guitar
A fascinating picture of the guitar’s possibilities as a solo instrument, as accompanist and as the first amongst equals in chamber music.
Complete Works for Violin and Piano Vol. 3
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. 'Album of the year', DR P2 Prize 2022
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.
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).
A tribute to the neighbourhood where the composer and jazz trumpeter Jakob Buchanan grew up and which he has revisited many years later.
Treason, desire and murder - served on a silver platter of glorious Romantic music from 1894 in this world premiere recording
Anders Koppel, Henrik Dam Thomsen
Still Life is a meeting of kindred spirits – yielding 15 impressions of life as captured in a dimly lit night.