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Playlist of List of Danish composers

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  • Schindlers list - John Williams - NL orchestra

    4:49

    Simone Lamsma (violin) - Davida Scheffers (cor anglais)
    Watch til the end, emotion guaranteed...
    Davida Scheffers has lived her dream in winning a contest and the opportunity to play with the dutch Orchestra. Davida suffers from an extremely painful neuromuscular condition that derailed her career, and she thought she would never get to play in a professional orchestra again... The young blond lady is her daughter and was 18 years old that day.
    - All racist or offensive comments will be reported and deleted.
    - Video from RTL Netherlands show.
    - Special thanks to RTL NL for not blocking this video for copyrighting, masterpiece of human feelings representation through music. It had to be shared...

  • The Godfather – Orchestral Suite // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    12:12

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    The Godfather – Orchestral Suite
    Composed by Nino Rota
    Melodica: Jakob Weber
    Mandolin: Mads Kjølby
    Solo violin: Christina Åstrand

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The score is available on all regular Streaming-Platforms.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

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  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    6:03

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Various flutes: Hans Ulrik, Russell Itani
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen & Christine Nonbo Andersen

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The score is available on all regular Streaming-Platforms

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

    All rights reserved DR2018

  • World of Warcraft - INVINCIBLE //The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    3:21

    #GamingInSymphony #Fantasymphony #WorldOfWarcraft
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    World of Warcraft - INVINCIBLE
    Composed by Russell Brower
    Vocals: Jihye Kim and The Danish National Junior Choir

    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djawadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design design by Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design by Mikael Sylvest
    Director of Photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2019

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  • Blade Runner Suite // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    10:34

    #Galaxymphony #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
    Get tickets for DNSOs concerts:

    Composed by Vangelis
    Saxophone: Anders Banke
    Narrator: David Bateson

    In June 2017, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Galaxymphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra with the chamber choirs Hymnia and Camerata conducted by Anthony Hermus.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of sci-fi movies

    Featured composers were John Williams, James Horner, Eric Serra, Richard Strauss, Vangelis and Jerry Goldsmith.

    Set design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2017

  • Game of Thrones - HANDS OF GOLD //The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    2:44

    #Fantasymphony #FilmMusicLive #GameOfThrones
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    HANDS OF GOLD
    Composed by Ed Sheeran
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen


    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djawadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design design by Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design by Mikael Sylvest
    Director of Photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2019

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  • Psycho // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    5:37

    #MurderAtTheSymphony #DNSO #FilmMusicLive
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    Composed by Bernard Herrmann
    Conducted by Sarah Hicks

    In May 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Murder at the Symphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by film and arts journalist Maria Månson

    Featured composers were Bernard Herrmann, Nina Rota, Angelo Bardalamenti, Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Hans Zimmer, J.S. Bach and many more.

    The music performed at the concerts was sound tracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV-series such as Phycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

    ”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    All rights reserved ©DR2019
    #FilmMusicLive

  • Once Upon a Time in the West - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    8:49

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    Man with a Harmonica & Cheyenne & Main Titles
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Harmonica: Hans Ulrik
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Duel – Morricone Draws First” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The score is available on all regular Streaming-Platforms.


    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2018

    All rights reserved.

  • The Lord of the Rings - THE END OF ALL THINGS //The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    6:14

    #TheLordOfTheRings #FilmMusicLive #Fantasymphony
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    THE END OF ALL THINGS
    Composed by Howard Shore
    Vocals: Christine Nonbo Andersen

    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djawadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design design: Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2019

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  • The Lord of the Rings - A Knife In the Dark // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    3:44

    #TheLordOfTheRings #FilmMusicLive #Fantasymphony
    Composed by Howard Shore
    Vocals: Christine Nonbo Andersen

    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.
    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djavadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design by Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design by Mikael Sylvest
    Director of Photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer/idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset, Copenhagen

    All rights reserved DR 2019

  • Interstellar Suite // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    7:31

    #Galaxymphony #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    Composed by Hans Zimmer
    Organ: Per Salo

    In June 2017, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Galaxymphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra with the chamber choirs Hymnia and Camerata conducted by Anthony Hermus.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of sci-fi movies

    Featured composers were John Williams, James Horner, Hans Zimmer, Richard Strauss, Vangelis and Jerry Goldsmith.

    Set design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2017

  • A Fistful of Dollars - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    2:59

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    A Fistful of Dollars
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Whistle by Tuva Semmingsen

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Duel – Morricone Draws First” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design: Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2018

  • Shannara Chronicles - Until We Go Down // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    4:39

    #Fantasymphony #FilmMusicLive #OneConcertToRuleThemAll
    Until We Go Down
    Composed by Ruelle
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen
    Watch the full length concert:
    Get tickets for DNSOs concerts:

    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djawadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design design by Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design by Mikael Sylvest
    Director of Photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2019

  • Taxi Driver - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    8:10

    Composed by Bernard Herrmann
    Saxophone: Hans Ulrik
    Trumpet: Michael Frank

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Duel – Morricone Draws First” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    All rights reserved. #FilmMusicLive

  • The Silence of the Lambs//The Danish National Symphony Orchestra feat Per Salo

    2:46

    #MurderAtTheSymphony #DNSO #FilmMusicLive
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    Goldberg Variations BWV 988: Aria
    Composed by J.S. Bach
    Piano: Per Salo
    Appears in The Silence of the Lambs

    In May 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Murder at the Symphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by film and arts journalist Maria Månson

    Featured composers were Bernard Herrmann, Nina Rota, Angelo Bardalamenti, Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Hans Zimmer, J.S. Bach and many more.

    The music performed at the concerts was sound tracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV-series such as Phycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

    ”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    All rights reserved ©DR2019

    #FilmMusicLive, #MurderAtTheSymphony

  • The Lord of the Rings - MAY IT BE // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    3:54

    #Fantasymphony #FilmMusicLive #TheLordOfTheRings
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    MAY IT BE
    Composed by Enya
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen

    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djawadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design design by Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design by Mikael Sylvest
    Director of Photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2019

  • Murder On The Orient Express - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    3:29

    #MurderAtTheSymphony #DNSO #FilmMusicLive
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    Waltz
    Composed by Richard Rodney Bennett
    Conducted by Sarah Hicks

    In May 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Murder at the Symphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by film and arts journalist Maria Månson

    Featured composers were Bernard Herrmann, Nina Rota, Angelo Bardalamenti, Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Hans Zimmer, J.S. Bach and many more.

    The music performed at the concerts was sound tracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV-series such as Phycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

    ”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    All rights reserved ©DR2019
    #FilmMusicLive
    #MurderInTheSymphony

  • The Untouchables - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    2:18

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive
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    Get this music on blu-ray here: - also available on DVD and vinyl.

    Composed by Ennio Morricone

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Duel – Morricone Draws First” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

    All rights reserved DR2018

  • AVATAR SUITE LIVE IN CONCERT - ORIGINAL VERSION HD !!! Hollywood in Vienna 2013

    9:28

    Fantastic performance of AVATAR SUITE at »Hollywood in Vienna 2013« with composer James Horner present! ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, conducted by David Newman. Enjoy!

  • Twin Peaks // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    7:41

    #MurderAtTheSymphony #DNSO #FilmMusicLive
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    Laura Palmer's Theme
    Twin Peaks Theme
    Composed by Angelo Bardalamenti
    Conducted by Sarah Hicks

    In May 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Murder at the Symphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by film and arts journalist Maria Månson

    Featured composers were Bernard Herrmann, Nina Rota, Angelo Bardalamenti, Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Hans Zimmer, J.S. Bach and many more.

    The music performed at the concerts was sound tracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV-series such as Phycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

    ”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    All rights reserved © DR2019 #FilmMusicLive

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  • Vertigo // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    3:37

    #MurderAtTheSymphony #DNSO #FilmMusicLive
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    Composed by Bernard Herrmann
    Conducted by Sarah Hicks

    In May 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Murder at the Symphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by film and arts journalist Maria Månson

    Featured composers were Bernard Herrmann, Nina Rota, Angelo Bardalamenti, Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Hans Zimmer, J.S. Bach and many more.

    The music performed at the concerts was sound tracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV-series such as Phycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

    ”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    All rights reserved ©DR2019
    #FilmMusicLive
    #MurderInTheSymphony

  • Once Upon a Time in America - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    7:54

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
    Want to experience The Danish National Symphony Orchestra live?
    Get this music on blu-ray, DVD and vinyl here:
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    (DE)


    Main Titles & Poverty
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Piano: Per Salo
    Recorder: Hans Ulrik

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Duel – Morricone Draws First” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

  • Ennio Morricone - A Touch of Love - Best Love Themes Romantic Music Playlist

    1:11:38

    #EnnioMorricone #EnnioMorriconeMusic #RomanticMusic

    Romantic moments with the most beautiful musical themes of love, magically created by the Maestro Ennio Morricone.

    Track List:
    01. Si Muore D'amore 6
    02. Mandolini d'amore 03:51
    03. Prima E Dopo L'Amore 05:45
    04. Amore Come Dolore 07:42
    05. Tema D'amore Per Nata 13:52
    06. Lei Mia Ama 18:02
    07. Che senso ha, feat. Maria Rigel Tonini 21:55
    08. Trionfo d'amore 24:13
    09. Esercizi d'amore 27:40
    10. After The Party 31:00
    11. Dal Mare (Movie Single Version) feat. Edda dell'Orso 33:36
    12. Silvie - Momento D'amore 36:15
    13. Solo per amore (#3) 39:44
    14. Mosca AddioRemastered 43:45
    15. Lei, Una Voce 48:35
    16. Tema Di Aziza 49:55
    17. La Donna E La Campagna 53:19
    18. Arpa (X Variazione) 57:00
    19. Quattro Interludi 58:29
    20. Barbablu' .. Romantico 01:00:30
    21. La Bambola 01:03:57
    22. Il Segreto (Main Titles-Film Mix) 01:06:12
    23. A Lidia 01:08:58

  • Kill Bill: Bang Bang - My Baby Shot me Down // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    2:54

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    Bang Bang - My Baby Shot me Down
    Composed by Sonny Bono
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

    All rights reserved DR2018

  • The Sicilian Clan - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    4:19

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive
    Want to experience The Danish National Symphony Orchestra live?
    Get this music on blu-ray here: - also available on DVD and vinyl.

    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.


    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

  • My heart will go on - James Horner

    3:39

    Recorded on the 6th of September of 2015
    Camiel Lemmens - Horn
    Maurice Luttikhuis - Conductor
    Viva Classic Live Orchestra

  • John Williams conducts Jurassic Park

    5:54

    Conductor and Composer : John Williams
    with the Boston pops

  • Pirates of the Caribbean 1080p

    7:08

    Klaus Badelt - Music from the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack, performed by the Auckland Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gary Daverne.
    From the concert Organ Symphony recorded November 2012 at the Auckland Town Hall

  • Medina - Holding On

    3:03

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  • Ólafur Arnalds: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    16:02

    July 19, 2018 | Bob Boilen -- It's as if the pianos were haunted. Somewhere about midway through this Tiny Desk, as Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds performed on his electronic keyboard, two upright pianos were playing lilting melodies behind him, absent any performer at the keys. And yet these ghosts, along with Ólafur's band of strings and percussion, put together some of the most beautiful music I've heard at the Tiny Desk, made all the more mysterious through its presentation.

    About ten minutes into the performance Ólafur looked behind him at the two pianos, looked to the NPR crowd and said, well I guess you're all wondering 'what and why,' to which there's no easy answer. He hit the keys on his electronic keyboard and the two pianos behind responded with cascading, raindrop-like notes. What I can say, he continued, is that I've spent two years and all of my money on this — to make my pianos go bleep-bloop. What Ólafur was referring to is software that he and his coder friend, Halldór Eldjárn developed. A computer, loaded with this musical software (which Ólafur calls the Stratus system), listens to Ólafur's keyboard performance and responds by creating patterns that are musically in tune with the chord or notes Ólafur performed.

    So why do this? Basically, it's a way to break out of the box musicians often fall back on as performers — the familiar responses that years of playing can reinforce. With that is the hope that the computer will create a response that is unfamiliar and, in some cases through speed of performance and the sheer number of notes played, impossible for a human to have made. So, it breathes new life into the music for the listener and the performer.

    It was a gently stunning and memorable Tiny Desk. More of these creations can be heard on Ólafur Arnalds' brilliant, fourth solo album re: member. The full album is out August 24 on Mercury KX.

    Set List

    Árbakkinn
    Unfold
    Saman
    Doria

    Musicians
    Ólafur Arnalds (keys), Viktor Arnason (violin), Unnur Jónsdóttir (cello), Katie Hyun (violin), Karl James Pestka (viola), Manu Delago (percussion)

    Credits
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineers: Josh Rogosin, Dominik Piorr; Audio Mix: Ólafur Arnalds; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, CJ Riculan, Bronson Arcuri, Khun Minn Ohn; Production Assistants: Catherine Zhang, Téa Mottolese; Photo: Eric Lee/NPR.

  • Lara St. John: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    16:06

    May 9, 2016 by TOM HUIZENGA • Violinist Lara St. John has attitude in spades. It's in the sound of her playing and in the arc of her career.

    Her first album cover sparked controversy, prompting many classical-music observers to wonder about her motivations until they heard the passionate Bach performances that accompanied it. Willing to take risks, St. John was among the first to start her own record label in the 1990s. It's allowed her to call the shots on her recorded repertoire, which has been satisfyingly broad, from Piazzolla to polkas to Mozart.

    St. John's recent album Shiksa — recorded with pianist Matt Herskowitz, who joins her for this Tiny Desk concert — collects new arrangements of old tunes from Armenia, Romania and the Jewish diaspora.

    The two know how to start off a show. The incendiary Czardashian Rhapsody mashes up two Hungarian tunes with some extra hot sauce. St. John's fiddle is at turns coy and cocky, racy, raw and just plain outrageous. Herskowitz dispatches his considerably hefty role with equal abandon. Her hair flying as if she were a glam-rock guitarist, St. John nails the big rock 'n' roll ending.

    The two slow it all down for Sari Siroun Yar, a bittersweet Armenian troubadour song that opens with pearly, Asian-colored trills from Herskowitz and some sleight-of-hand magic from St. John. Bowing across the fingerboard, she captures the muted, breathy sound of the duduk, Armenia's ancient double-reed instrument.

    The barnstorming grit is back for a final round of pyrotechnics in the Oltenian Hora. The piece plays off a catalog of violin tricks, St. John explains, practiced by traditional Romanian gypsy fiddlers. After rapid-fire whistles, bird calls and slithery harmonics, all in a variety of off-kilter rhythms, St. John ratchets up the intensity. Practically brawling with her instrument, she saws away faster and faster, leaving her, and many of us in the room, breathless.

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    Set List:
    Czardashian Rhapsody (arr. Martin Kennedy)
    Sari Siroun Yar (arr. Serouj Kradjian)
    Oltenian Hora (arr. Lara St. John)

    Credits:
    Producers: Tom Huizenga, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame, Brandon Chew; Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg; Photo: Kara Frame/NPR.

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  • The Hateful Eight - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    3:22

    Composed by Ennio Morricone

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Duel – Morricone Draws First” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    All rights reserved. #FilmMusicLive

  • There Will Be Blood // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    4:08

    #MurderAtTheSymphony #DNSO #FilmMusicLive
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    Composed by Jonny Greenwood
    Vocals: Christine Nonbo Andersen
    Conducted by Sarah Hicks

    In May 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “Murder at the Symphony” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by film and arts journalist Maria Månson

    Featured composers were Bernard Herrmann, Nina Rota, Angelo Bardalamenti, Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Hans Zimmer, J.S. Bach and many more.

    The music performed at the concerts was sound tracks from blood dripping stories, movies and TV-series such as Phycho, Vertigo, The Silence of the Lambs, Twin Peaks and the Godfather.

    ”Murder at the Symphony” is an original production by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark

    Conceptual design and executive producer: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    All rights reserved © DR2019

  • Tom and Jerry at MGM - music performed live by the John Wilson Orchestra - 2013 BBC Proms

    6:36

    A medley of the well-known energetic music by composer Scott Bradley from the 1940's and 1950's Tom and Jerry cartoons. Wonderfully performed live by the John Wilson Orchestra at the 2013 BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall in London. Arranged by Peter Morris and John Wilson.

    Pete Morris, who worked on the arrangement with John Wilson, on 4 September wrote the following in response to questions about this video: we wanted to create a score that wasn't too fragmented and that didn't rely on visuals so the music you hear is a compilation of some of the best bits of Scott Bradley's music. There is no single video for the music - it comes from eight different cartoons: Smitten Kitten, Sufferin' Cats, The Framed Cat, Cat Fishin' Just Ducky, Jerry and Jumbo, The Cat Comes to Dinner and Mouse for Sale.

    On 8 september Pete Morris added: John is a dab hand at reconstructing scores from audio. Check his Wiki page for info. In this case, however, we used score fragments, archives and a lot of patience. I used FCP to extract candidate snippets of video and linked them to create a 3 candidate narratives which John and I then worked on. Copyright is a nightmare (MGM, Warner, Sony, Turner, EMI have all owned bits in the past) - only JW has the clout to cut though that quagmire. Scores are as rare as hens' teeth.

    On 16 September Pete added: Bradley's original scores were played by typically 20 to 25 musos. In fact, if you look at the beginning of the performance there are only 3 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello and 1 bass, to start with the original MGM sound. However, more instruments are added as the piece progresses to the full 100-piece orchestra at the end. Scott Bradley also preferred orchestral sound effects to ones added by the sound department, hence the big shock chords that you find at various places.

  • The Lord of the Rings - THE VERSE OF THE RINGS // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    1:38

    #TheLordOfTheRings #FilmMusicLive #Fantasymphony
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    THE VERSE OF THE RINGS
    Composed by Howard Shore
    Featuring David Bateson

    In June 2019, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “FANTASYMPHONY – ONE CONCERT TO RULE THEM ALL” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The Danish National Concert Choir, The Danish National Junior Choir with various soloists conducted by Christian Schumann.

    The music performed was soundtracks from a wide range of fantasy movies, TV series and a video game reflecting different musical perspectives on magic, fantasy, swords, dragons, rings and bells.

    Featured composers were John Williams, Howard Shore and Ramin Djawadi along side Ed Sheeran and Queen with music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Willow, Narnia and much more.

    Set design design by Vertigo and Nikolaj Trap
    Light design by Mikael Sylvest
    Director of Photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2019

  • Inglourious Basterds & The Big Gundown - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    2:21

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive
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    Dopo La Condanna
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Piano: Per Salo

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.


    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

  • Kronos Quartet: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    19:36

    Sunny Yang joined Kronos Quartet in June 2013. Now, just five months later, the cellist she says she's learned quite a few new works — not just a handful, but about 70 pieces.

    That degree of dedication to contemporary composers, coupled with an insane concert schedule, has propelled Kronos Quartet forward over the past four decades. If they wanted, the musicians — who also include founder David Harrington and longtime members John Sherba and Hank Dutt — could reminisce over more than 800 new works and arrangements they've commissioned in 40 years. But instead, the new-music train pushes ever onward to new territories. They remain a living, breathing world-heritage site for music.

    Now in the midst of its 40th-anniversary tour, Kronos brings to this Tiny Desk Concert a new arrangement, a work from a new album and, for Kronos, something of a chestnut, a piece the group recorded a whopping five years ago.

    Aheym (Yiddish for homeward) was written for Kronos by Bryce Dessner; a member of the Brooklyn rock band The National, he studied composition at Yale. The music thrives on nervous energy, pulsating with strumming and spiccato (bouncing the bow on strings) while building to a tremendous fever. It also opens Kronos' new album of Dessner works.

    Lullaby, a traditional song with Afro-Persian roots (from the group's Eastern-flavored 2009 album Floodplain), is woven from different cloth altogether. Colorful tones that lay between our Western pitches are threaded through the music, anchored by a gorgeous solo from violist Dutt; his contribution takes on the warm and weathered sound of a grandmother singing to a child.

    Kronos caps off the concert with another hairpin turn, this time to a fresh arrangement of Last Kind Words, a little-known blues song from around 1930, recorded by singer and guitarist Geeshie Wiley. In Jacob Garchik's exuberant arrangement (which Kronos premiered this fall), interlocking strums and plucks provide a kind of rhythm section, while Harrington's violin stands in for the now-forgotten blues singer. --TOM HUIZENGA

    Set List
    Aheym
    Lullaby
    Last Kind Words

    Kronos Quartet
    David Harrington, violin
    John Sherba, violin
    Hank Dutt, viola
    Sunny Yang, cello

    Credits
    Producers: Denise DeBelius, Tom Huizenga, Anastasia Tsioulcas; Editor: Gabriella Garcia-Pardo; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Denise DeBelius, Becky Harlan, Abbey Oldham, Meredith Rizzo

  • 2CELLOS - Game of Thrones Live at Sydney Opera House

    5:05

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    2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser playing Game of Thrones Medley with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House.

    Guy Noble, conductor

    Filmed by Big Picture Australia

    Directed by Peter Ots

    Audio produced by Filip Vidovic, Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser
    Lighting design by Crt Birsa

  • John Williams - Tribute To Film Composers

    4:13

    A tribute/medley music of the movies and composers. Arranged and conducted by John Williams in the 74th academy awards. Sunday, March 24, 2002.

    (Taken from video John Williams Conducts An Academy Awards Winning Medley (Oscar 2002) User: MaestroSanaboti)

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    Medley:

    1.- Max Steiner (1888-1971): Warner Brothers Fanfare. 1937
    2.- Herman Hupfeld (1894 -1951): As Time Goes By. 1942
    3.- Bernard Hermann (1911-1975): Citizen Kane. 1941
    4.- Alfred Newman (1901-1970): 20th Century Fox Fanfare. 1933
    5.- John Williams (1932 - ∞): Star Wars. 1977
    6.- Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1924 - 1957): The Sea Hawk. 1940
    7.- Miklos Rozsa (1907 - 1995): Spellbound. 1945
    8.- James Horner (1953 - 2015): Titanic. 1997
    9.- Bernard Hermann: Psycho. 1960
    10.- John Williams: Jaws. 1975
    11.- Henry Mancini (1924 - 1994): The Pink Panther. 1963
    12.- Ernest Gold (1921 - 1999): Exodus. 1960
    13.- John Barry (1933 - 2011) Out Of Africa. 1986
    14.- Maurice Jarre (1927 - 2009) Doctor Zhivago. 1965
    15.- **Major F.J. Ricketts (Under the pen name Kenneth J. Alford 1881 - 1945): Bridge On The River Kwai -The March Colonel Bogey-

    **There is some confusion about the march Colonel Bogey and its use in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai. While Sir Malcolm Arnold did use Colonel Bogey in his score for the film, it was only the first theme and a bit of the second theme of Colonel Bogey, whistled unaccompanied by the British prisoners several times as they marched into the prison camp, the whistled theme eventually supported by the first theme of Arnold’s original “River Kwai March”, the opening theme of which was based on the same chord progression as the first theme of Colonel Bogey. From that point on it was pure Arnold, though in the movie sequence the complete Arnold march was not heard.

    16.- Jerry Goldsmith (1929 - 2004): Patton. 1970
    17.- Bill Conti (1942 - ): Rocky. 1976
    18.- Elmer Bernstein (1922 - 2004): The Magnificent Seven. 1960
    19.- Randy Newman (1943 - ): The Natural. 1984
    20.- Ennio Morricone (1928 - ∞) Andrea Morricone (1964 - ): Cinema Paradiso. 1988
    21.- Nino Rota (1911 - 1979): The Godfather. 1972
    22.- John Williams: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. 1982
    23.- Max Steiner: Gone With the Wind: 1939

  • Elegie, Niels W Gade, Op 19 No 1 from Aquarelles

    3:48

    Elegie, Niels W Gade, Op 19 No 1, from 'Aquarelles'


    Niels Wilhelm Gade

    Niels Wilhelm Gade (Copenhague, 22 de febrero de 1817 – Copenhague, 21 de diciembre de 1890) fue un compositor, organista, violinista y director de orquesta danés, contemporáneo de Robert Schuman y representante de las escuelas nacionales nórdicas.

    Hijo de un fabricante de instrumentos musicales, comenzó una carrera de violinista. Su primera obra como compositor fue la obertura para orquesta Recuerdos de Ossian (1836), que la estrenó la Sociedad Musical de Copenhague en el año 1840. Después decidió publicar su primera sinfonía a Felix Mendelssohn quien, entusiasmado, la debutó con la orquesta Gewandhaus de Leipzig en marzo de 1843; pero después de una estancia en Italia, Gade tomaría las riendas de dicha orquesta durante 4 años (1844-1848) como director. Llegó a Leipzig, Alemania, gracias a una beca otorgada por el gobierno danés.

    Se formó, como organista, con el compositor alemán Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse y con su compatriota, el compositor Andreas Peter Berggreen.

    Fue muy amigo de Mendelssohn, y también de Robert Schumann quien vio en Gade un compositor excepcional.

    A finales del año 1840, volvió a Dinamarca donde se hizo cargo de la dirección de la Sociedad Musical de Copenhague, lugar que ocupó hasta su muerte, cincuenta años después. Durante este período, creó una nueva orquesta y un nuevo coro, además de trabajar como organista. Alentó a toda una generación de compositores nórdicos, incluyendo a Edvard Grieg. Compuso obras sinfónicas, instrumentales, corales y de gusto romántico.

    Se casó con la hija del compositor danés Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann.




    Niels Wilhelm Gade (22 February 1817 – 21 December 1890) was a Danish composer, conductor, violinist, organist and teacher. He is considered the most important Danish musician of his day.


    Gade was born in Copenhagen, the son of a joiner and instrument maker. He began his career as a violinist with the Royal Danish Orchestra, and saw his concert overture Efterklange af Ossian (Echoes of Ossian) premiered with them in 1841. When his first symphony was turned down for performance in Copenhagen, he sent it to Felix Mendelssohn. Mendelssohn received the work positively, and conducted it in Leipzig in March 1843, to enthusiastic public reaction. Supported by a fellowship from the Danish government, Gade himself moved to Leipzig, teaching at the Conservatory there, working as an assistant conductor of the Gewandhaus Orchestra, and befriending Mendelssohn, who had an important influence on his music. In 1845 he conducted the premiere performance of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor. He also became friends with Robert Schumann. In Copenhagen Niels Gade became acquainted with the composer Cornelius Gurlitt, and they remained friends until the latter's death.

    At Mendelssohn’s death in 1847, Gade was appointed to his position as chief conductor but was forced to return to Copenhagen in the spring of 1848 when war broke out between Prussia and Denmark.

    In Copenhagen Gade became director of the Copenhagen Musical Society (a post he retained until his death) and, establishing a new orchestra and chorus, settled into a career as the most prominent musician in Denmark. Under his direction, the Music Society reached its peak. He also worked as an organist; though he lost the prestigious position of organist at Our Lady, today's Copenhagen Cathedral, to J.P.E. Hartmann, he served in the Church of Holmen in Copenhagen from 1850 until his death. Gade was joint director of the Copenhagen Conservatory with Hartmann (whose daughter he married in 1852) and Holger Simon Paulli. An important influence on a number of later Scandinavian composers, he encouraged and taught both Edvard Grieg and Carl Nielsen, as well as Elfrida Andrée, Otto Malling, August Winding and Asger Hamerik. He died in Copenhagen.

    Among Gade's works are eight symphonies, a violin concerto, chamber music, organ and piano pieces and a number of large-scale cantatas, Comala (1846) and Elverskud (1853) amongst them, which he called koncertstykker (concert pieces). These products, embraced post-1848 as works of Romantic nationalism,[1] are sometimes based on Danish folklore. Apparently Gade never rated Brudevalsen (The Bridal Waltz), and assigned it to the waste paper basket from where, it is rumoured, it was rescued by August Bournonville, to become an essential part of a Danish wedding.

    He married Emma Sophie Amalie Hartmann, daughter of J. P. E. Hartmann, in 1852. He remarried in 1857 after her death.

  • Kronos Quartet Performs At NPR Musics 10th Anniversary Concert

    18:30

    Collaboration. It's at the heart of many of NPR Music's finest moments. And it's in the DNA of the intrepid Kronos Quartet, which some 40 years ago began working with composers around the globe to spotlight new music.

    Opening our 10th anniversary concert at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., Kronos, true to form, gave an appreciative audience both a world premiere and an extraordinary surprise collaboration.

    The band began its set with a soulful rendition of House of the Rising Sun, in which lead violinist David Harrington belted out like a blues singer. Then, in a hair-raising arrangement by Jacob Garchik, music by the young Egyptian electro-folk artist Islam Chipsy ricocheted in frenetic waves.

    Written for Kronos' open access education initiative Fifty for the Future and called Zaghlala, the piece had not been heard by any audience anywhere. The music refers to blurred vision caused by strong light hitting the eyes. Kronos' violist Hank Dutt drove the pulsating beat, swapping his viola for the Middle Eastern dumbek. Kronos also conjured up Gershwin's Summertime, inspired, Harrington noted, by Janis Joplin's mesmerizing version.

    Finally, at the end, came the Wilco moment.

    Harrington announced the last tune, Born Alone, as belonging to one of the group's favorite bands — Wilco. As the strings fired up a brand new arrangement, created for this event, Jeff Tweedy himself emerged from back stage to sing his song.

    It was a stunning collaborative moment. All genre pigeonholes seemed to fall away as these artists of singular purpose converged. -- Tom Huizenga

    SET LIST
    House of the Rising Sun (Traditional)
    Zaghlala (Islam Chipsy)
    Summertime (George Gershwin)
    Born Alone (Wilco)
    All arrangements by Jacob Garchik.

    Kronos Quartet is
    David Harrington and John Sherba, violin
    Hank Dutt, viola
    Sunny Yang, cello

    CREDITS
    Director: Colin Marshall; Producers: Colin Marshall, Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey; Technical Director: Josh Rogosin; Live Mix Engineer: Shawn Gus Vitale; Supervising Producer: Mito Habe-Evans; Managing Producers: Bob Boilen, Jacob Ganz, Jessica Goldstein, Abby O'Neill; Creative Director and Producer: Peter Glantz; Concert Videographers: Bronson Arcuri, Kara Frame, Nickolai Hammar, Morgan Noelle Smith, Maia Stern, Niki Walker; Production Assistant: CJ Riculan; Editor: Nickolai Hammar; Special Thanks: The 9:30 Club; Executive Producers: Anya Grundmann, Keith Jenkins.

    Kronos Quartet appears courtesy of Kronos Performing Arts Association. For Jacob Garchik's arrangement of The House of the Rising Sun and Islam Chipsy's composition Zaghlala, permission provided courtesy of Kronos Performing Arts Association.

  • Flying over Africa - John Barry

    6:29

    John Barry (1933-2011), born in York, England, was one of the world's best-known and most popular film score composers. Aside from those who were also well-known classical composers, he is probably the most notable of all British film composers.

    His career was inherited from both his mother and father. His mother was a pianist with classical training who saw to it that he got a musical education, playing trumpet and piano. His father owned a movie theater. John's exposure to films increased when he left school at age 15 to work full-time as a projectionist in his father's cinema. By then he was already on the way to deciding definitely to pursue a career in film music.

    He joined a local band as trumpet player and was a bandsman during his military service from 1952 to 1955. Meanwhile, he studied with the organist of York Minster, the historic church of York, and by correspondence with American composer/arranger William Russo and with Joseph Schillinger, the theorist-teacher who had also taught George Gershwin compositional technique and form. At this time Barry began arranging for band.

    In 1957, he founded John Barry and the Seven, a pop/rock band (later the John Barry Seven) which remained in existence through 1966. One of his most prominent early jobs was as arranger-musical director for the popular British singer Adam Faith. After agreeing to compose the scores for two films in which Faith had been cast, Barry was approached to do the musical arrangements for Dr. No. Barry captured five Academy Awards - for Born Free (1966; Oscars for both best score and best song), The Lion in Winter (1968), Out of Africa (1985), and Dances with Wolves (1990) - as well as nominations for Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) and Chaplin (1992). His other film scores include Zulu (1964), The Ipcress File (1965), Midnight Cowboy (1969), Somewhere in Time (1980), Body Heat (1981), Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), and Enigma (2001). He also composed for the stage, including the moderately successful musicals Passion Flower Hotel (1965) and Billy (1974), and won four Grammy Awards, notably best jazz instrumental performance, big band, for the film sound track of The Cotton Club (1984).

    In 1999 John Barry was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) at Buckingham Palace for services to music, and received the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Academy Fellowship Award in 2005. Also in 2005, the American Film Institute ranked John Barry's score for Out of Africa No.15 on their list of the greatest film scores.

    Flying over Africa
    Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra
    Richard Kaufman, Conductor

  • The Worst Mistake When You Study Jazz!

    6:26

    It is probably mostly a problem you are teaching yourself but organizing your Jazz Practice and getting the right things in there is something that is often going wrong. At the same time, this is so incredibly easy to avoid and all you need to do is take a step back and look at what you are trying to learn without getting lost in the details.

    I say it all the time: Learn Jazz, Make Music but for you to make music you need to focus on learning some pieces to make music with and that is very often not on the list when people start practicing and studying Jazz.

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    0:00 Intro
    0:26 Forgetting What You Want to Learn?
    0:42 It may seem ok, but it isn't
    1:15 Skills for Jazz
    1:40 Exercises are not Music
    2:19 What you will miss and what you should be doing
    2:38 Playing Real Music
    3:07 Jazz Harmony is more than II V I and Turnarounds!
    3:37 How many II V's in a Jazz Standard?
    4:30 How To Really Learn Jazz
    5:10 What is playing Jazz, what is the goal.
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    Mix a bit of yodeling with Tuvan throat singing, add in a pinch of Sardinian cantu a tenore, fold in compositions from cutting-edge composers and you have the vocal group Roomful of Teeth. This eight-voice ensemble, which includes the 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw, is gleefully dismantling the traditional definition of ensemble singing right before our ears (and teeth!).

    Musical descendants of the innovative extended vocal techniques of Meredith Monk, the Teeth tend to make sounds — some sweet, others alarming — that you probably haven't heard from a group of humans.

    In Australian composer Wally Gunn's The Fence is Gone, verses emerge from an infrastructure of oh-ha syllables and a simple drum pulse, ending with women's voices, tight in harmony, like a chord from a Casio keyboard. In Rinde Eckert's Cesca's View, imagine a lonely cowgirl on some windswept plain. Estelí Gomez gets her yodel on, beautifully, while the three other women vocalize in close, barbershop-style harmony. It literally ends on a high note.

    To finish, Teeth founder and director Brad Wells contributes Otherwise. Warm, rounded tones in male voices contrast with a steely sheen from the women and a high drone like a Tibetan singing bowl. The harmonies take a tangy, almost Bulgarian turn, then we get something truly otherworldly. A pulsing, slightly creepy Sardinian bim-bom vocalise buzzes like a gigantic cicada. Dashon Burton's operatic baritone soars above it all. The agility of the voices and multicolored blend they achieve are extraordinary.

    As the applause faded away, one of the Teeth said, Thanks for letting us yell at you. No, I think it's we who are grateful — and perhaps a little stunned. --TOM HUIZENGA

    Set List
    Wally Gunn: The Fence Is Gone 0:00
    Rinde Eckert: Cesca's View 4:30
    Brad Wells: Otherwise 8:22

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    Producers: Bob Boilen, Tom Huizenga, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Colin Marshall, Maggie Starbard, Susan Hale Thomas; Assistant Producer: Susannah Whittle

  • Rued Langgaard - Alle de voksende skygger - for solo voice

    2:21

    Rued Langgaard (1893 - 1952):
    ALLE DE VOKSENDE SKYGGER ~
    All the growing shadows

    Rued Langgaard was a late-Romantic Danish composer and organist. His music was at odds with that of his Danish contemporaries but was recognized 16 years after his death. He composed in a late Romantic style, emphatically dramatic and endowed with colossal mood swings. Unquestionably, he was influenced by Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss and, like Strauss, he was a master of orchestration. His total production of over 400 works includes 16 symphonies, more than 150 songs, works for piano, organ, and an opera entitled Antikrist.

    The poem is written by J. P. Jacobsen (1847 - 1885), who was a Danish novelist, poet and scientist. He began the naturalist movement in Danish literature and was a part of the Modern Breakthrough in Scandinavia. Jacobsen's canon consists of two novels, seven short stories, and one posthumous volume of poetry – small, but enough to place him as one of the most influential Danish writers. Realizing that the work of Charles Darwin was not well known in Denmark, he translated The Origin of Species and The Descent of Man into Danish.

    Alle de voksende Skygger
    har vævet sig sammen til en,
    ensom paa Himmelen lyser
    en Stjærne saa straalende ren,
    Skyerne have saa tunge Drømme,
    blomsternes øjne i Duggraad svømme,
    underligt Aftenvinden suser i Linden.

    (J. P. Jacobsen - September 1868)

    All the growing shadows have
    Woven themselves into one,
    Alone in the sky shines
    A star so bright and pure,
    The clouds have so heavy dreams,
    Dew flows from flowers' eyes,
    And strangely sings the evening breeze,
    Sings in the linden tree.

    Die wachsenden Schatten haben
    Sich zu einem verwoben,
    Einsam am Himmel funkelt
    Ein Stern so hell und rein,
    Die Wolken haben so schwere Träume,
    Die Augen der Blumen vom Tau verhärmt,
    Und seltsam der Abendwind
    Seufzet im Lindenbaum.

    Toutes les ombres grandissantes
    Se sont melées pour ne plus en faire qu'une,
    Seule dans le ciel scintille
    Une étoile si brillante et si pure,
    Le ciel est si plein de rêves chargés,
    La rosée ruisselle de yeux des fleurs,
    Et tristement la brise du soir soupire,
    Soupire dans le tilleui.

    Below is another English translation which is singable.
    It is found in The Carl Nielsen Edition:

    All the developing shadows
    Are wowen together as one,
    Lonely and bright in the heavens
    A star that shines second to none,
    Clouds have their gloom-laden dreams while sleeping,
    Eyes of the flowers from dew are weeping,
    Evening breeze strangely soughing,
    Linden is bowing.

    Peder Severin (tenor)
    Dorte Kirkeskov (piano)

    Many composers have been inspired by Jacobsen's poetry. I have made a number of videos which feature various compositions transforming this particular poem into music. You can find the playlist here:

  • Victor Bendix : Vals, Op. 22 No. 3

    3:44

    Phillip Sear plays an fine and unjustly neglected waltz by the Danish composer Victor Bendix (1851-1926).
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    Victor Bendix (1851-1926) was one of the leading Danish composers and pianists of the late 19th century. He studied in Copenhagen with Gade, and was a friend of Carl Nielsen. He wrote several symphonies and played through a duet arrangement of one of them with Liszt in Weimar. Although there are currently recordings available of his symphonies, piano concerto, sonatas, songs and other music, he is not exactly a household name today. In his lifetime his reputation was eclipsed by that of the more modernist Nielsen. Also he may have suffered some institutional rejection owing to his scandalous private life - inter alia, he was the father of the famous Danish pianist Victor Schiøler (1899-1967), whose mother (a piano pupil) apparently asked him to father a child by her in secret, and then demanded at gunpoint that he acknowledge the child. This piece comes from an album of ten pieces dedicated to the German composer Theodor Kirchner (1823-1903). One wonders what Kirchner - friend of Schumann and Brahms - would have made of this set, which, harmonically and aesthetically looks forward to the 20th century - maybe more so than Neilsen's piano music of the same period. This excellent piece features what sounds like a folk dance in its central section.
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  • Renaud Capuçon records soundtrack album Cinema

    4:47

    Violinist Renaud Capuçon and conductor Stéphane Denève provide a taste of CINEMA, a collection of unforgettable themes from American, French, Italian and British films, spanning more than 70 years.

    Among them are Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Schindler’s List, Cinema Paradiso, The Godfather, Doctor Zhivago, Legends of the Fall and Amélie.

    “I’ve been wanting to make a recording of film music for some time,” says Renaud Capuçon. “Since the early days of cinema, music has transcended imagery and shaped our emotions.”

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    00:00 Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, Op. posth. - Chopin
    04:10 Nocturne in E Minor, Op. 72, No. 1 - Chopin
    08:39 Nocturne in C Minor, Op. 48, No. 1 - Chopin
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    43:24 Grande Polonaise brillante in E-flat major - Chopin
    52:54 Moving to the Ghetto Oct. 31, 1940 - Wojciech Kilar
    54:46 Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 17, No. 4 - Chopin

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  • Carl Nielsen - Alle de voksende skygger - for solo voice

    1:33

    Carl Nielsen (1865 - 1931):
    ALLE DE VOKSENDE SKYGGER ~
    All the developing shadows

    Carl August Nielsen was a Danish composer, conductor and violinist, widely recognized as his country's most prominent composer. Nielsen maintained the reputation of a musical outsider during his lifetime, both in his own country and internationally. It was only later that his works firmly entered the international repertoire, accelerating in popularity from the 1960s through Leonard Bernstein and others.

    Nielsen is especially noted for his six symphonies, his Wind Quintet and his concertos for violin, flute and clarinet. In Denmark, his opera Maskarade and many of his songs have become an integral part of the national heritage. This particular song however is virtually unknown, as it was only published a few years ago:


    The poem is written by J. P. Jacobsen (1847 - 1885), who was a Danish novelist, poet and scientist. He began the naturalist movement in Danish literature and was a part of the Modern Breakthrough in Scandinavia. Jacobsen's canon consists of two novels, seven short stories, and one posthumous volume of poetry – small, but enough to place him as one of the most influential Danish writers. Realizing that the work of Charles Darwin was not well known in Denmark, he translated The Origin of Species and The Descent of Man into Danish.

    Alle de voksende Skygger
    har vævet sig sammen til en,
    ensom paa Himmelen lyser
    en Stjærne saa straalende ren,
    Skyerne have saa tunge Drømme,
    blomsternes øjne i Duggraad svømme,
    underligt Aftenvinden suser i Linden.

    (J. P. Jacobsen - September 1868)

    All the growing shadows have
    Woven themselves into one,
    Alone in the sky shines
    A star so bright and pure,
    The clouds have so heavy dreams,
    Dew flows from flowers' eyes,
    And strangely sings the evening breeze,
    Sings in the linden tree.

    Die wachsenden Schatten haben
    Sich zu einem verwoben,
    Einsam am Himmel funkelt
    Ein Stern so hell und rein,
    Die Wolken haben so schwere Träume,
    Die Augen der Blumen vom Tau verhärmt,
    Und seltsam der Abendwind
    Seufzet im Lindenbaum.

    Toutes les ombres grandissantes
    Se sont melées pour ne plus en faire qu'une,
    Seule dans le ciel scintille
    Une étoile si brillante et si pure,
    Le ciel est si plein de rêves chargés,
    La rosée ruisselle de yeux des fleurs,
    Et tristement la brise du soir soupire,
    Soupire dans le tilleui.

    Below is another English translation which is singable.
    It is found in The Carl Nielsen Edition:

    All the developing shadows
    Are wowen together as one,
    Lonely and bright in the heavens
    A star that shines second to none,
    Clouds have their gloom-laden dreams while sleeping,
    Eyes of the flowers from dew are weeping,
    Evening breeze strangely soughing,
    Linden is bowing.

    The score has been set up and played in Sibelius music notation software (Sibelius 7 First Sounds - Flute / Concert Grand Piano). No vocal recording has been identified.

    Many composers have been inspired by Jacobsen's poetry. I have made a number of videos which feature various compositions transforming this particular poem into music. You can find the playlist here:

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