Scandinavian Classics Vol. 5 - Some unusual repertoire in historic recordings

ASGER HAMERIK (1843-1923): Symphonie Spirituelle (Boyd Neel String Orchestra; Boyd Neel. rec. 1945), J.P.E. HARTMANN (1805-1900): Overture to Hakon Jarl (Danish State Broadcasting Orchestra; John Frandsen. 1955), JOHAN SVENDSEN (1840-1911): Festival Polonaise (DBSO:  Eric Tuxen. 1953). CARL NIELSEN (1865-1931): From Aladdin:  Oriental Festival March, Aladdin’s Dream - Dance of the Morning Mists, Hindu Dance, The Marketplace in Isphahan, Negro Dance (Tivoli Orchestra; Svend Christian Felumb. 1936), Introduction to The Mother, Cockerel’s Dance from Maskarade (TO; Jensen. 1942), KNUDÅGE RIISAGER (1897-1984): Introduction to Neils Ebbesen (Royal Orchestra; Johan Hye-Knudsen. 1951), SVEND ERIK TARP (1908-1994): Comedy Overture (TO; Felumb. 1948), EMIL REESEN (1887-1964): Himmerland - Danish Rhapsody (DSBO; Emil Reesen. 1953), JACOB GADE (1879-1963): Tango Jalousie (DSBO; Reesen. 1946), H.C. LUMBYE (1810-1874): Copenhagen Railway Steam-galop (TO; Carlo Andersen. 1933), Champagner-Galop (RO; Georg Høeberg. 1946), JEAN SIBELIUS (1865-1957): Symphony No. 5 (DSBO; Tuxen. 1952), Karelia Suite (DSBO; Jensen. 1952).

Catalogue Number: 03T007

Label: Danacord

Reference: DACOCD 757-758

Format: CD

Price: $33.98

Description: Last volume in the series. The meatiest thing for repertoire collectors must be Reesen’s 12-minute Danish Rhapsody but there is plenty to satisfy collectors of Scandinavian historical recordings. 2 CDs.


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