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Adagio Con Sentimo Religioso - Carl Nielsen - The Premier Chamber Recordings (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Adagio Con Sentimo Religioso - Carl Nielsen - The Premier Chamber Recordings (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Yozshuzil says:
    History. Nielsen wrote music in many genres, notably symphonies, concertos and choral music, but also operas and incidental music, chamber music, solo works for violin, piano and organ as well as a considerable number of songs.. Nielsen assigned an opus number only to selected compositions, from Op 1 for the Suite for String Orchestra in to Op 58 for the organ work Commotio (–).
  2. Yoran says:
    World premiere recording of Carl Nielsen's complete incidental music for The Mother. Read more Buy/listen. Chamber Music. The perfect showcase for the romantic flair of Emil Hartmann. Read more Buy/listen. the Andante Religioso, and the Sunday Sonate, one of his most bizarre works.
  3. Shakakazahn says:
    Poco adagio - Rondo. Allegretto scherzando. Album only. Album only. Album only. Halvorsen: Andante religioso. Carl Nielsen, however, goes on a voyage of discovery towards a new idiom with a strong desire for renewal on the one hand and a great need for the revival of the pure archaic on the other. chamber music, recitals.
  4. Zulabar says:
    Nielsen, Carl: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op ; CNW 99 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. ICN 37 Key C major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: Adagio Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. First Perf ormance. First Pub lication. Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Romantic: Piece Style Early 20th century: Instrumentation.
  5. JoJohn says:
    Nielsen is a fantastic symphonist! His 4th symphony, Inextinquishable, is his Magnum Opus. His melodies and use of harmony is unique and well crafted, yielding music that is filled with tension, exuberance, bold lyricism, and aggressive willfulness melded with delightful, but always novel, nuance/5(21).
  6. Mooguktilar says:
    Again Carl Nielsen's genius shines and amazes, platinum ingots just poured into molds whose shapes are discernible, clear; still infused with the composer's great, deep human warmth, a special heat indeed. Finally, Anthony McGill wraps us this very welcome disc with Nielsen /5(9).
  7. Meztikus says:
    Sep 30,  · Although Nielsen’s reputation today rests largely on his symphonies, this is a many-sided composer, a man who loved Mozart more than Beethoven, and who recreated something of the profound playfulness of Mozart’s chamber music in his loveable, witty and subtly ingenious Wind Quintet () – far more effectively, in fact, than any.
  8. Dourn says:
    Nielsen, Carl, Michael Schønwandt, Danmarks Radiosymfoniorkester, Inger Dam-Jensen, #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Symphonies My first exposure to Nielsen was through Jascha Horenstein's recording of the Fifth Symphony, an LP that was issued on the Nonesuch label in the early 's; and that was the /5(23).

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