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The Launy Grøndahl Legacy vol.3 (FLAC)

The Launy Grøndahl Legacy vol.3 (FLAC)

The Launy Grøndahl Legacy vol.3 (FLAC)

Composer: August Enna, Niels Wilhelm Gade, Peder Gram, Ebbe Hamerik, Fini Valdemar Henriques, Finn Høffding, Rued Immanuel Langgaard, Hans Christian Lumbye, Knudage Riisager, Poul Schierbeck, Walther Schrøder, Svend Simon Schultz, Henning Wellejus
Performer: Else Brems, Danish Radio Choir
Orchestra: Danish National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Launy Grøndahl
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Danacord
Release: 2020
Size: 454 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

01. Gade: Echoes of Ossian, Op. 1

Enna: The Little Match Girl, Op. 12
02. Overture (Live)

03. Gade: Agnete and the Mermaids, Op. 3 (Live)

Gade: Napoli
04. In the Blue Grotto

Riisager: Twelve by the Mail, Op. 37 (Excerpts)
05. August [Live]
06. October [Live]

07. Høffding: Symphonic Fantasy No. 2 “It’s Quite True” (Live)
08. Lumbye: Dream Pictures, JLW 134

Henriques: The Little Mermaid
09. The Dance of the Joy of Life (Live)

10. Schierbeck: The Tinder Box, Op. 61 (Live)
11. Gram: Intrada seria, Op. 34 (Live)
12. Wellejus: Freedom Overture, Op. 13 (Live)
13. Hamerik: Variations for Orchestra (Live)
14. Langgaard: Drapa, BVN 20 (Live)
15. Schrøder: Salzburg Overture (Live)

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Schultz: Thunderstorm
16. Overture (Live)

This new release features studio and live broadcast recordings, never previously issued and newly remastered from the original tapes, of Romantic and 20th-century Danish music. Highlights include an atmospheric tone-poem by Gade, ballet and concert scores based on fairy-tales of Hans Christian Andersen, an overture to celebrate the end of the Nazi occupation of Denmark and a colorful set of orchestral variations based on Danish radio’s theme tune. The performances bear witness to the high technical standard of the DRSO’s playing, nearly 70 years ago, as well as to the tireless advocacy of Launy Grøndahl for the music of his own country.

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