Odense Symphony Orchestra, Andreas Delfs – Nielsen – The Mother, Op. 41, FS 94 (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 192 kHz]

Odense Symphony Orchestra, Andreas Delfs - Nielsen - The Mother, Op. 41, FS 94 (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Odense Symphony Orchestra, Andreas Delfs
Album: Nielsen – The Mother, Op. 41, FS 94
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:11:25
Total Tracks: 26
Total Size: 2,33 GB

Tracklist:

01. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 1a, March (05:11)
02. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 1b, Saga-drøm (10:00)
03. Palle Knudsen – No. 1c, Roselil og hendes moder (00:28)
04. Rune Most – No. 2, Tågen letter (02:03)
05. Christine Nonbo Andersen – No. 3a, Melodrama (02:11)
06. Rune Most – No. 3b, Tro og håb spiller (00:59)
07. Adam Riis – No. 4, Vildt gaar storm mod sorte vande (01:35)
08. Ole Bartholin Kiilerich – No. 5, Grammofon-vals (02:49)
09. Adam Riis – No. 6a, Min pige er så lys som rav (02:17)
10. Palle Knudsen – No. 7, Ved festen fik en moder bud (01:28)
11. Palle Knudsen – No. 8, Dengang ørnen var flyveklar (01:12)
12. Adam Riis – No. 9, Tidselhøsten tegner godt (02:35)
13. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 10, Forspil (04:29)
14. Adam Riis – No. 11, Så bittert var mit hjerte (03:10)
15. Rafaell Altino – No. 6b, Her vil ties, her vil bies (00:57)
16. Rune Most – No. 12, Børnene leger (01:15)
17. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 13, Brudstykker af de krigsførende landes nationalmelodier (01:56)
18. Eugen Tichindeleanu – No. 6c, Der er et yndigt land (01:52)
19. Adam Riis – No. 14, Søndret folk er vokset sammen (02:17)
20. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 15, Menuet (03:11)
21. Palle Knudsen – No. 16, Dengang døden var i vente (01:48)
22. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 17, Fanfare-musik (00:23)
23. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 18, Menuet (03:12)
24. Odense Symphony Orchestra – No. 19, Forspil (03:10)
25. Christine Nonbo Andersen – No. 20, Ekkosang (05:05)
26. Danish National Vocal Ensemble – No. 22, Som en rejselysten flåde (05:38)

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Carl Nielsen’s incidental music The Mother was written for a gala celebrating the reunification of Southern Jutland with Denmark. The score first appeared in print in 2007 and has never been recorded in its entirety. This recording places the music in the right context for the first time, therefore providing us with a new picture of Carl Nielsen as a composer for the theatre. Carl Nielsen uses familiar songs in the play, including the Danish national anthem as well as a curious use of the national anthems from the allied countries that, with their attacks on Germany, determined the fate of Southern Jutland. The Mother unites these diverse trends: the national interest, the popular song and the cooperation with the Royal Theatre, where Nielsen himself had begun his career as a violinist and had later become a conductor.
Palle Knudsen (baritone), Lovisa Wennesz (harp), Rune Most, Christine Nonbo Andersen (voice), Rasmus Gravers Nielsen (voice), Steffen Bruun (voice), Rikke Lender (voice), Malene Nordtorp (voice), Rafaell Altino (viola), Adam Riis, Ole Bartholin Kiilerich (piano), Eugen Tichindeleanu (violin), Jovana Vukušić (violin), Anna Dorothea Wolff (cello)

Odense Symphony Orchestra, Danish National Vocal Ensemble, Andreas Delfs, Morten Heide

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