Fartein Valen, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Christian Eggen - Orchestral Music Vol. II album flac
Orchestra – Stavanger Symphony Orchestra. Photography By – Tom Sandberg. Producer – Hans Kipfer (tracks: 3), Martin Nagorni (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 6), Stephan Reh (tracks: 7 to 9).
Fartein Valen: Orchestral Music, Vol. 2 (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. Fartein Valen Composer. Nenia, for orchestra N., O. 8 Work. Christian Eggen Conductor, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. 1. 8. An die Hoffnung, for orchestra, O. 8, N. Work.
Adagio Fartein Valen; Stavanger Symphony Orchestra; Christian Eggen. Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and conductor Christian Eggen continue the survey of their compatriot Fartein Valen’s orchestral music with a programme spanning the years 1932-1946. The three single-movement orchestral pieces recorded here were written in the space of just over a year, and all have titles that are rich in extra-musical associations
Fartein Valen: Orchestral Music, Vol. 2008. Pastorale for orchestra, Op. 11. Elise Båtnes, Christian Eggen, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra. 2. Sonetto di Michelangelo, for orchestra, Op. 17/1. 3. Cantico di ringraziamento, for orchestra, Op. 17/2. Symphony No. 1, Op. 30. 4.
Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and conductor Christian Eggen continue the survey of their compatriot Fartein Valen’s orchestral music with a programme spanning the years 1932-1946. The three single-movement orchestral pieces recorded here were written in the space of just over a year, and all have titles that are rich in extra-musical associations.
Album · 2009 · 9 Songs. 21. Stavanger Symphony Orchestra & Christian Eggen. Ode Til Ensomheten (Ode to Solitude), Op. 35. Christian Eggen & Stavanger Symphony Orchestra. 4, Op. 43: I. Allegro. 5. 43: II. Larghetto.
Olav Fartein Valen (25 August 1887 – 14 December 1952) was a Norwegian composer, notable for his work in atonal polyphonic music. He developed a polyphony similar to Bach's counterpoint, but based on motivic working and dissonance rather than harmonic progression. Valen was born in Stavanger, Norway in 1887 into a deeply Christian religious family and maintained his religious beliefs all his life. His parents were missionaries, and he spent five years of his childhood in Madagascar (Vollsnes 2001)
Valen himself claimed this work as a sort of pastoral symphony. His inspiration came from Vestlandet, the countryside where he lived. To quote the liner notes by Valen specialist Arvid Vollsnes, 'many of the movements are like gigantic fugues. They have a dynamic, rather than an architectural form even though we encounter sonata form, Lied form and rondos'. Valen – Orchestral Music, Volume 2 BIS1632 More info about this album. View all. Top Albums. Mahler – Symphony N. ‘Resurrection’ BIS2296.
Album · 1997 · 22 Songs. By Modest Mussorgsky & Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin - New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Zdenek Macal, Westminster Symphonic Choir & Clayton Brainerd. Messe de la Pentecote (Whitsun Mass): Communion: Les oiseaux et les sources (excerpt). By Olivier Messiaen - Catharine Crozier.
Listen to music from Fartein Valen like The Churchyard By The Sea, Symphony No. 3, Op. 41: II. Larghetto & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fartein Valen. His parents were missionaries, and he spent five years of his childhood in Madagascar.
|1||Nenia, Op. 18 No. 1||4:52|
|2||An Die Hoffnung, Op. 18 No. 2||5:50|
|3||Epithalamion, Op. 19||5:54|
|Symphony No. 2, Op. 40||23:25|
|4||I. Allegro Con Brio||6:29|
|7||IV. Finale. Allegro Molto||4:43|
|Symphony No. 3, Op. 41||20:24|
|8||I. Allegro Moderato||7:06|
|10||III. Intermezzo. Allegro||2:10|
|11||IV. Finale. Allegro||3:36|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BIS Records AB
- Copyright (c) – BIS Records AB
- Manufactured By – DADC
- Recorded At – Stavanger Konserthus
- Artwork [Portrait] – Agnes Hiorth
- Composed By – Fartein Valen
- Conductor, Liner Notes – Christian Eggen
- Cover [Front Cover] – Mary Lawrance
- Edited By – Elisabeth Kemper, Martin Nagorni, Stephan Reh
- Engineer – Andreas Ruge (tracks: 3 to 11), Fabian Frank (tracks: 1, 2)
- Executive Producer – Robert Suff
- Liner Notes – Arvid O. Vollsnes
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Anke Budweg, Anna Lamberti, Arlette Lemieux-Chené, Jean-Pascal Vachon, William Jewson
- Orchestra – Stavanger Symphony Orchestra*
- Photography By – Tom Sandberg
- Producer – Hans Kipfer (tracks: 3 to 7), Martin Nagorni (tracks: 1, 2), Stephan Reh (tracks: 8 to 11)
- Typography, Layout – Andrew Barnett
NotesRecorded 2006 at the Stavanger Concert Hall, Norway.
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