Oslo Philharmonic Chorus.
Edvard Grieg – A Cappella (1993). Gli Scapoli Per Vollestad (baritone) Kjell Magnus Sandve (tenor) Oslo Philharmonic Chorus Stefan Sköld – conductor. Edvard Grieg's vocal output is rich, wide-ranging - and heterogeneous. He seems to have felt equally at home in any kind of writing technique, his oeuvre consisting of anything from small children's songs and burlesque folkloristic compositions on anonymous texts to grand-scale religious works and dramatic song cycles based on poetry by internationally outstanding Norwegian poets.
The Oslo Philharmonic (Oslo-Filharmonien) is a Norwegian symphony orchestra based in Oslo, Norway. The orchestra was founded in 1919, and has since 1977 had its home in the Oslo Concert Hall. The orchestra consists of 69 musicians in the string section, 16 in the woodwinds, 15 in brass, 5 in percussionists, 1 harpist, and 1 pianist. The orchestra gives an average of sixty to seventy symphonic concerts annually, the majority of which are broadcast nationally on the radio.
Kjell Magnus Sandve (tenor), Per Vollestad (baritone), Oslo Philharmonic Choir, Gli Scapoli. Kjell Magnus Sandve (tenor), Per Vollestad (baritone). Oslo Philharmonic Choir, Gli Scapoli.
Edvard Grieg, Kåre Bjørkoy, Oslo Philharmonic Chorus, Per Dreier. Peer Gynt: Solvieg's Lullaby. Edvard Grieg, Per Dreier, Kåre Bjørkoy, Oslo Philharmonic Chorus, Vessa Hanssen. Grieg: Peer Gynt, Op. 23 - The Bridal Procession. The Death of Åse (Orchestra). Landkjenning (Cantata), O. 1
Album: Grieg: Peer Gynt, Op. 23 (Excerpts) - Sony Classical Masters. Download Barbara Hendricks, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Oslo Philharmonic Chorus, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Эдвард Григ - In the Hall of the Mountain King.
Chorus Master – Terje Kram (tracks: 6, 12, 17). Composed By – Edvard Grieg. Conductor – Esa-Pekka Salonen. Engineer – Dag Kristoffersen. Liner Notes – Cecelia H. Porter. Orchestra – Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. Photography By – Terje Rakke. Producer – Arild Erikstad, David Mottley. Soprano Vocals – Barbara Hendricks (tracks: 12, 14, 16, 18). Notes. Recorded in the Philharmonic Hall, Oslo, Norway, May 15-17, 1987. Manufactured in Canada.
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