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Trygve Madsen – Anniversary CD

Trygve Madsen – Double Anniversary CD!

Trygve MadsenTo mark the 80th birthday of Trygve Madsen (b. 1940) Musikkforlagene has released a free double CD of music spanning his extensive output, from his teenage years until the present day. Trygve Madsen is still very active as a composer, receiving commissions from leading musicians all over the world.

The double CD will be available to order or download free via our website from the first half of February 2021.

We would like to thank all of the performers, producers and record companies represented on this release for their positive and accommodating approach to the project. A special token of thanks goes to Frode Barth for the huge amount of work he has contributed, he has been a unique force behind the realization of this project.

 

Pre-orders can be sent to magne@musikk-huset.no

 

On the CD you will find:

Title
Performer(s)
Prelude No. 1 in C major, Op. 101 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Fugue No. 1 in C major, Op. 101 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Prelude No. 2 in a minor, Op. 101 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Fugue No. 2 in a minor, Op. 101 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, Op. 95: Theme and Variations Philippe Portejoie, Alto Saxophone – Frédérique Lagarde, Piano
Three Faxes for Six Saxes, Op. 75, 3rd Movovment: Allegro Quatuor Jean Ledieu – Alain Jousset, Tenor Saxophone – Philippe Duchesne, Bass Saxophone
Sonata for Tuba and Piano, Op.34, 2nd Movement Florian Coutet, Tuba – Véronique Goudin Léger, Piano
Sonata for Horn and Piano, Op. 24, 3rd Movement: Moderato, e poco rubato Christoph Eß, Horn – Boris Kusnezow, Piano
Salvador Dalí – A Symphonic Portrait for Orchestra, Op. 77 Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Ari Rasilainen, Conductor
Weddingmarch, for Trumpet and Organ Pål Gløtta, Trumpet – Nikolas Fehr, Organ
Le Tombeau de Dupré for Organ, Op. 62: Fugue Nikolas Fehr, Organ
Le Tombeau de Dupré for Organ, Op. 62: Cantabile Nikolas Fehr, Organ
Veni, veni Emanuel for 3 Clarinets, Bass Clarinet and Organ: Preludium Marcus Alexandersson, Clarinet – Teddy Ezra, Clarinet – Shelly Ezra, Clarinet – Jøran Hatten, Bass Clarinet – Nikolas Fehr, Organ
Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra, Op. 30, 1st Movement: Passacaglia Brynjar Hoff, Oboe – London Symphony Orchestra – Per Dreier, Conductor
The Dream of the Rhinoceros, for Horn Solo, Op. 92 Christoph Eß, Horn
Concerto for Horn and Orchestra, Op. 45, 1st Movement: Allegro Christoph Eß, Horn – Bamberg Symphony Orchestra – Sebastian Tewinkel, Conductor
5 Preludes for Guitar, No. 2, Op. 76 Frode Barth, Guitar
3 Melodies to Poems by André Bjerke, Op. 3: Berceuse – for Voice and Piano Julie Kleive, Soprano – Joachim Kwetzinsky, Piano
3 Melodies to Poems by André Bjerke, Op. 3: På jorden et sted – for Voice and Piano Julie Kleive, Soprano – Joachim Kwetzinsky, Piano
Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 23, 2nd Movement: Andante Sylvie Hue, Clarinet – Roger Boutry, Piano
Symphony No. 1, Op. 54, 3rd Movement: Poco Adagio Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Ingar Bergby, Conductor
Symphony No. 2, Op. 66, 1st Movement: Andante Monellesco Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Ingar Bergby, Conductor
Symphony No. 2, Op. 66, 4th Movement: Vivace Illusorio Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Ingar Bergby, Conductor
Symphony No. 3, Op. 98, 2nd Movement: Allegretto Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Ingar Bergby, Conductor
Symphony No. 3, Op. 98, 4th Movement: Allegro Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Ingar Bergby, Conductor
Prelude No. 1 in C major, Op. 20 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Prelude No. 2 in a minor, Op. 20 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Prelude No. 3 in G major, Op. 20 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Prelude No. 4 in e minor, Op. 20 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Prelude No. 24 in d minor, Op. 20 – for Piano Solo Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano
Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 27, 1st Movement Jens Harald Bratlie, Piano – Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra – Esa-Pekka Salonen, Conductor