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  1. This massive set is in fact titled The Danish Symphonist, which is a bit misleading since only the first three discs of the 10 include the symphonies. The rest are filled with his other instrumental music, including Serenata in Vano and the wind quintet, two discs of solo piano music.
  2. Sep 05,  · Despite giving titles to the majority of his symphonies, Danish composer Carl Nielsen was often vague about what influenced each work. Nevertheless he was a master symphonist and his music is mesmerising, combining propulsive energy with lyrical invention. Tracklist: Carl Nielsen () Symphony No. 1 in G minor, Op. 7, FS
  3. Carl Nielsen() in Denmark was considered its most important symphonist of all time, but for a long time outside of Scandinavia the composers music took a long time to make head way. Even though the Dane, Thomas Jensen conducted the Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra in Nielsen /5(21).
  4. Label: Membran - ,Classico - none • Format: Box Set Compilation 10x, CD Reissue, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic, Modern Carl Nielsen - The Danish Symphonist (Box Set) | Discogs4/5(1).
  5. Denmark’s great symphonist and national composer Carl Nielsen sought out new musical paths until the end of his life. His last two symphonies, Nos. 5 & 6, complete the picture of the composer’s artistic development, which was always ahead of his surroundings. .
  6. Nielsen was court music director in Copenhagen and taught at the Royal Danish Conservatory. His works display strong counterpoint and polytonality as well as traditional melody shapes. Nielsen developed his own musical language, which sometimes borders on atonality, from the starting point of sixteenth and seventeenth century polyphony, Brahms' chamber music, Grieg's piano works and Svendsen's symphonic works/5(36).
  7. The most important Danish composer of the first part of the twentieth century, Carl Nielsen was prolific in almost all genres. Dissociating himself strongly from Late Romanticism, Nielsen orientated himself increasingly towards the new currents in Euro/5(7).
  8. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Carl Nielsen, Royal Danish Orchestra, The*, Igor Markevitch - Symphony No. 4 "The Inextinguishable", Op. 29 at Discogs. Complete your Carl Nielsen, Royal Danish Orchestra, The*, Igor Markevitch collection.
  9. When this work was premiered in , the program notes that accompanied Carl Nielsen's Little Suite for Strings in A minor curiously identified the composer as "Mr. Carl Nielsen, whom nobody knows." While this was to be generally true of the musical world outside of Scandinavia for a half century, the designation would soon lose its accuracy in Denmark.

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