Carlsen, Camillo/Peter Heise/Langgaard, Rued Immanuel: Symphonic Suite/Choral Variations (Da Capo Audio CD)

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Symphonic Suite/Choral Variations (Da Capo Audio CD)

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CAMILLO CARLSEN
Eva Feldbæk

Camillo Carlsen, composer
Peter Arnold Heise, composer
Rued Langgaard, composer

About
Camillo Carlsen was known as an outstanding, impulsive improviser on the organ. In 1911-46 he was organist at Roskilde Cathedral. He was a pupil of Otto Malling - also a composer. Besides chamber music Carlsen's output includes a number of organ works in a highly expressive romantic style with the mighty Sinfonische Suite as the most important.

Reviews
A disc of stunning impact and clarity
(American Record Guide)
Credits
Recorded at Sct. Matthæus Church, Copenhagen, on 15-17 October 1997

Sound producer: Finn Kaufmanas
Recording engineer: Finn Kaufmanas

Cover photo: Over Hornbæk, Randers by Eva Feldbæk

This recording has been supported by GRAMEX
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Contents

Track listing CAMILLO CARLSEN (1876-1948) Sinfonische Suite nach Worten aus Davids 42. Psalm, Op. 28 (1908) 1. Længsel. Poco Allegro, quasi moderato 2. Uro. Quasi Adagio, un poco inquieto 3. Bøn. Poco Adagio e religioso 4. Fortvivlelse - (Håb). Lento e lugubre 10 Choralvariationen über den Psalm "Auf meinen lieben Gott", Op. 48 (1930?) 5. Choral. Ruhig 6. Var. 1. Moderato, un poco 7. Var. 2. Adagio lugubre 8. Var. 3. Energico 9. Var. 4. Allegretto 10. Var. 5 Andante 11. Var. 6. Un poco movimento 12. Var. 7. Wie ein einfaches Duettino 13. Var. 8. Ein kleines Pastorale 14. Var. 9. Etwas lebhaft - Var. 10. Mit Mut! Frisch auf! Lebhaft PETER HEISE (1830-79) Three Organ Chorales 15. Hvo ikkun lader Herren råde 16. Hjertelig nu mig længes 17. Nu hviler mark og enge RUED LANGGAARD (1893-1952) 18. Toccata zum Andenken Niels W. Gade (1911)