Composed By – Edvard Grieg. Conductor – Ole Kristian Ruud. Engineer – Jens Braun (tracks: 9, 11), Martin Nagorni (tracks: 10), Thore Brinkmann (tracks: 1 to 8). Executive-Producer – Robert Suff. Liner Notes – Arvid O. Vollsnes. Liner Notes – Anke Budweg, Arlette Lemieux-Chené, William Jewson. Orchestra – Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. Photography By – Birgit Wärstad. Producer – Hans Kipfer (tracks: 9 to 11), Martin Nagorni (tracks: 1 to 8). Supervised By – Thore Brinkmann (tracks: 9, 11). Typography, Layout – Andrew Barnett. Full track names and.
Album · 2006 · 11 Songs. Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, Op. 55: IV. Solvejg's Song. 9. Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak (version for orchestra): Sorgemarsj over Rikard Nordraak (Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak) (version for orchestra). 10. Gammelnorsk romanse med variasjoner (Old Norwegian Melody with Variations), Op. 51 (version for orchestra). 11. Lyric Pieces, Book 5, Op. 54: No. 6. Klokkeklang (Bell Ringing) (arr. for orchestra). 11 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes.
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Grieg: Peer Gynt Suites . .has been added to your Basket. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. I heard this particular version of Peer Gynt while on vacation in Norway this May. I liked the orchestra and our travel guide told me to get this particular one by the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.
Edvard hagerup grieg. One of these is Bell Ringing, which for a long time used to open the Bergen Festival, and in which Grieg is at his most forward-looking, exploring harmonic innovations and effects that were to be used by the impressionists.
Although not all Ole Kristian Ruud and the Bergen Philharmonic's recordings of the orchestral music of Grieg have been entirely successful - their disc of the string orchestra works was restrained to the point of sedated, hardly a characteristic of Grieg's music - this disc of Grieg's supremely well-known Peer Gynt Suites coupled with three far less-well-known works is. a wonder and a marvel. In their amazingly evocative Peer Gynt Suites, Ruud and the Bergen bring out colors, textures, and rhythmic accents that few others have suspected were even there. Listen to the phrasing.
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Ole Kristian Ruud, conductor. With this, the sixth, instalment the turn has come to the Peer Gynt Suites, possibly the best-loved of all Grieg's orchestral music. It is anyway a fact that the instant popularity of Morning Mood, In the Hall of the Mountain King and Solveig's Song has contributed to Ibsen's drama becoming one of the most widely played. The music that makes up the Suites has already been released in the series as part of the 2-disc set BIS-SACD-1441/42 which consists of a concert version of the play, including the complete incidental music as well as excerpts from the spoken text.
|Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46||(15:34)|
|1||I. Morgenstemning (Morning Mood)||4:11|
|2||II. Åses Død (The Death Of Aase)||4:40|
|3||III. Anitras Dans (Anitra's Dance)||3:38|
|4||IV. I Dovregubbens Hall (In The Hall Of The Mountain King)||2:42|
|Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, Op. 55||(17:15)|
|5||I. Bruderovet. Ingrids Klag (The Abduction Of The Bride. Ingrid's Lament)||3:58|
|6||II. Arabisk Dans (Arabian Dance)||4:48|
|7||III. Peer Gynts Hjemfart (Stormfull Aften På Havet) (Peer Gynt's Homecoming [Stormy Evening On The Sea])||2:42|
|8||IV. Solveigs Sang (Solveig's Song)||5:21|
|9||Sørgemarsj Over Rikard Nordraak (1866/92) (Funeral March In Memory Of Rikard Nordraak)||7:52|
|10||Gammelnorsk Romanse Med Variasjoner, Op. 51 (Old Norwegian Melody With Variations)||24:29|
|11||Klokkeklang (Bell Ringing), Op. 54 No. 6||3:59|
|BIS-SACD-1591||Edvard Grieg, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra*, Ole Kristian Ruud||Edvard Grieg, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra*, Ole Kristian Ruud - Peer Gynt Suites Nos. 1 And 2 / Funeral March / Old Norwegian Melody / Bell Ringing (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album)||BIS||BIS-SACD-1591||Europe||2006|