Solveig Kringelborn - To a Friend: Music by Ludvig Irgens-Jensen mp3 downloadPerformer: Solveig Kringelborn
Title: To a Friend: Music by Ludvig Irgens-Jensen
Style: Vocal Music
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Solveig Kringelborn - To a Friend: Music by Ludvig Irgens-Jensen mp3 download
Ludvig Irgens Jensen, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra - Japanischer Früling: An Einen Freund Irgens Jensen: Japanischer Frühling Et. 2000 05:24. Agathe Backer Grøndahl, Solveig Kringlebotn - Lind Romanser - Songs from the Golden Era of Norwegian Music, 2008 02:02.
Label: NMA (Norway Music Aurora). Her most recent recording (2006) is Solveig Kringelborn - Erwartung (songs by Arnold, Schoenberg, Strauss, Wagner, Wolf and Reger) with Malcolm Martineau (Piano). Label: NMA (Norway Music Aurora). Solveig's song - Scandinavian songs. Ludvig Irgens-Jensen To a Friend. Norrköping Symfoniorkester, cond. Lü Jia, Einar Henning Smebye (piano).
Petter Enok Skau Jakobsen. Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Vocals. Norrköping Symphony Orchestra. Johan Ludvig Runeberg.
To a Friend: Music by Ludvig Irgens-Jensen.
Listen to music from Ludvig Irgens-Jensen like Partita Sinfonica: II. Bol's Song, Passacaglia & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ludvig Irgens-Jensen. Irgens-Jensen studied piano with Nils Larsen while a philology student at the University of Oslo. He began composing in 1920, and the radical nature of his work attracted some interest. Paul Ludvig Irgens-Jensen (April 13, 1894 – April 11, 1969) was a Norwegian twentieth-century composer.
Irgens-Jensen debuted as a composer in 1920 with a number of vocal pieces that generated considerable interest and were generally viewed by listeners and domestic critics of the era as being quite radical. Throughout Irgens-Jensen’s career, vocal music would constitute a vital part of his production. One of the most widely recognized works is the song Altar, written to a poem by Halldis Moren Vesaas.
Solveig Kringlebotn (born 4 June 1963), better known outside Norway as Solveig Kringelborn, is an internationally known Norwegian operatic soprano. In April 2006, she created the role of Refka in the world premiere of Kaija Saariaho's opera Adriana Mater at the Opéra National de Paris One of Norway’s most well-known classical music singers and a particular champion of the music of Edvard Grieg, she trained at the Norwegian State Academy of Music and the Royal Academy of Opera in Stockholm. In 1998, Kringlebotn also won the Spellemann Award (the Norwegian equivalent of the Grammy Awards) in the classical music category for the album Black Roses (songs by Rangström, Grieg, Sibelius and Nielsen) with Malcolm Martineau (Piano). Label: Virgin Classics. In April 2006, she created the role of Refka in the world premiere of Kaija Saariaho's opera Adriana Mater at the Opéra National de Paris. One of Norway’s most well-known classical music singers and a particular champion of the music of Edvard Grieg, she trained at the Norwegian State Academy of Music and the Royal Academy of Opera in Stockholm. She made her operatic debut in 1987 at the Royal Swedish Opera. Norrköping Symfoniorkester, Lü Jia Malcolm Martineau piano NMA1.
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Ludvig Irgens-Jensen. Profile: Norwegian composer (13 April 1894 – 11 April 1969).
|Heimferd, dramatic symphony for soloists, chorus & orchestra|
|1||I Blodet Hans Blømde||Solveig Kringelborn||1:31|
|2||Bols vise (Bol's Song), for voice & orchestra (from the incidental music for "Driftekaren")||Solveig Kringelborn||2:07|
|3||Altar, for voice & orchestra (or piano)||Solveig Kringelborn||2:53|
|4||Lutad mot gärdet (Leaning on the Fence), for voice & piano (or orchestra)||Solveig Kringelborn||1:55|
|Japanesischer Frühling, for voice & orchestra|
|6||Der Blütenzweig||Solveig Kringelborn||1:41|
|7||Die Weide im Wind||Solveig Kringelborn||1:59|
|8||An einen Freund||Solveig Kringelborn||5:00|
|9||Der Liebeslaut||Solveig Kringelborn||1:14|
|11||Nichts Leichter||Solveig Kringelborn||1:59|
|13||Dauer im Wechsel||Solveig Kringelborn||2:10|
|14||Das Mädchen Auf Der Brücke (The Girl on the Bridge) for voice & piano (or orchestra)||Solveig Kringelborn||2:55|
|Rosenstaden, song cycle for voice & piano|
|15||Lindagulls Namn||Solveig Kringelborn||1:58|
|Fabler og Barnerim, songs for voice & piano|
|17||Bånlåt (Lullaby)||Solveig Kringelborn||1:40|
|18||Katten og musen (Cat and mouse)||Solveig Kringelborn||0:59|
|19||Debatten (The Debate)||Solveig Kringelborn||2:34|
|Slaviske Digte (Slavonic Poems) (5) for voice & piano, Op. 6|
|20||Guldskyen (The Golden Cloud)||Solveig Kringelborn||1:41|
|Digte av Øverland (Poems by Øverland), for voice & piano, Op. 5|
|21||Besværgelse (Conjuration)||Solveig Kringelborn||2:37|
CreditsHans Bethge - Translation
E. Christophersen - Translation
Lennart Falkebring - Viola
Bertel Gripenberg - Text
Olav Gullvåg - Text
Jannica Gustafsson - Violin
William H. Halverson - Translation
Olav Irgens-Jensen - Liner Notes
Petter Enok Skau Jakobsen - Graphic Design
Lu Jia - Conductor
Hans E. Kinck - Text
Solveig Kringelborn - Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Vocals
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Arnulf Øverland - Text
Henrik Petersen - Violin
Johan Ludvig Runeberg - Text
Einar Henning Smebye - Piano
Niklaas Veltman - Cello
Halldis Moren Vesaas - Text
Arvid O. Vollsnes - Liner Notes