CLAUS SCHALL (1757-1835): Concerto No. 4 in D (Aalborg Symphony Orchestra; Alf Sjøen. May 3, 1970. Mono), NIELS GADE (1817-1890): Capriccio for Violin and Orchestra in A Minor (South Jutland Symphony Orchestra; Carl von Garaguly. Dec. 21, 1976. Stereo), LAUNY GRØNDAHL (1886-1960): Concerto in D, Op. 6 (ASO; Jens Schrøder. June 6, 1967. Mono), JOHANNES FREDERICK FRØHLICH (1806-1860): Concertino in D, Op. 14 (SJSO; Garaguly. April 18, 1978. Stereo.), EMIL HARTMANN (1836-1898): Concerto in G Minor, Op. 19 (ASO; Schrøder. April 10, 1968. Mono), HENNING WELLEJUS (1919-2002): Concerto in A Minor (ASO; Schrøder. Feb. 6, 1975. Stereo).
Catalogue Number: 08L051
Reference: DACOCD 461/462
Description: These 10 discs were originally released as a box-set in 1997, just before we took over Records International, and were very quickly out of print. Most are are studio recordings, made 1966-78. Two are private, amateur tapes. Of the 26, 11 are stereo. The recording quality is perfectly acceptable, even for the amateur tapes. A few of these concertos (e.g. the Børresen, Svendsen, Lange-Müller) have since had brand-new recordings. The vast majority have not and maybe never will. The music is mostly melodic and all of it is tonal. Now released in five two-disc sets, you have greater variety of choice if you missed the set the first time around. Kai Laursen (violin).