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Tine Thing Helseth, Kåre Nordstoga – Magical Memories For Trumpet and Organ (24/192 FLAC)

Tine Thing Helseth, Kåre Nordstoga - Magical Memories For Trumpet and Organ (24/192 FLAC)

Tine Thing Helseth, Kåre Nordstoga – Magical Memories For Trumpet and Organ (24/192 FLAC)

Composer: Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Jeremiah Clarke, Edvard Grieg, Alessandro Marcello, Felix Mendelssohn, Jean-Joseph Mouret, Henry Purcell, Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer: Tine Thing Helseth, Kåre Nordstoga
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Lawo
Release: 2021
Size: 2.24 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Charpentier: Te Deum, H146: Prélude
02. Traditional: Bridal March from Østerdalen (Arr. Tine Thing Helseth & Kåre Nordstoga)
03. Marcello: Oboe Concerto in C minor – Adagio
04. Strand: Men går jag över ängarna (Arr. Jarle Storløkken)
05. Traditional: Sofðu unga ástin mín (Arr. Jarle Storløkken)
06. Grieg: Ved Rondane (from 12 Songs Op. 33)

Telemann: Heroic Music, TWV 50:31-42 (Arr. Tine Thing Helseth & Kåre Nordstoga)
07. I. Die Würde – La Majesté
08. II. Die Anmut – La Grâce
09. III. Die Tapferkeit – La Vaillance

10. Traditional: Bridal March from Sørfold (Arr. Tine Thing Helseth & Kåre Nordstoga)
11. Traditional: Shenandoah (Arr. Jarle Storløkken)
12. Mouret: Rondeau des Fanfares
13. Traditional, Lindberg: Gammal fäbodpsalm från Dalarna (Version for Trumpet and Organ)
14. Mendelssohn: Auf Flügeln des Gesanges, Op. 34 No. 2
15. Sommerfeldt: Elegy for Trumpet and Organ, Op. 27
16. Sjöberg: Den första gång jag såg dig (Arr. Tine Thing Helseth & Kåre Nordstoga)
17. Grieg: Våren, Op. 33 No. 2

Clarke: Suite de Clairque (Trumpet Voluntary Suite)
18. I. Prelude, The Duke of Gloster’s March (Arr. Robert Minter)
19. II. Minuet (Arr. Robert Minter)
20. III. Sybelle (Arr. Robert Minter)
21. IV. Rondeau, The Prince of Denmark’s March “Trumpet Voluntary” (Arr. Robert Minter)

22. Moraeus: Koppången (Arr. Jarle Storløkken)
23. Sommerro: Vårsøg (Arr. Kåre Nordstoga)
24. Grieg: Peer Gynt: Solveig’s Lullaby
25. Purcell: Trumpet Tune in C major, ZT 678, called the Cibell

Acclaimed Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth releases her new album “Magical Memories” on LAWO Classics. The recording is deeply personal; made up of Helseth’s favourite pieces which explore the full sound, range, and moods of the instrument. It includes music she remembers hearing during her childhood such as Lindberg’s “Gammal Fabodpsalm fran Dalarna” and Purcell’s “Trumpet Tune in C major” as well as modern songs for special occasions such as Sjoberg’s “Den forsta gang jag sag dig” – a Swedish love song translated as “The First Time I Saw You”. Composers include Marcello, Telemann, Grieg, Moraeus, Lindberg, Sommerro and many more. Tine Thing Helseth says: “This is a very personal album to me. Whilst I was growing up my mother also played the trumpet, and many of these pieces are works that I listened to laying on the floor next to the organ whilst she was at rehearsals. She took me from when I was 6 weeks old! Other tracks are just lovely melodies and songs that people often use on special occasions: happy or sad. So, the album is filled with my musical memories and my hope is that it will bring musical memories to the listeners as well.” Helseth and organist Kare Nordstoga recorded the album in Oslo Cathedral, during Norway’s lockdown in late August/early September 2020 and worked from late in the evening into the early hours of the morning to carefully capture the perfect sound, undisturbed by even the already minimized noise of the outside world. This physical sanctuary reflects the haven Helseth creates for her audience and throughout the album, the listener is transported into a world of vivid colours and emotions. For Helseth, it is a place where she can express herself in the most personal and genuine way. She and Nordstoga improvise on three of the tracks – the Sjoberg and two wedding marches – joining them together with listeners to experience the magic of music.

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