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Flaminis aura: Works by Tommie Haglund

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Cello Concerto "Flaminis aura"
Tommie Haglund; Ernst Simon Glaser; Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra; David Afkham
Il regno degli spiriti
Tommie Haglund; Julia-Maria Kretz; Trio ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen
Sollievo (Dopo la tempesta)
Tommie Haglund; Trio ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen
Serenata per Diotima
Tommie Haglund; Malmö Symphony Orchestra; Joachim Gustafsson; Håkan Rudner
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Total Playing Time    1:23:45
This release is a survey of works by respected Swedish composer Tommie Haglund. Performed by ensembles including the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and the ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen string trio, each of Halgund’s pieces has a story to tell: the title work, Flaminis aura, explores to an experience of revelation and incorporates NASA-recorded space sounds; Sollievo (Dopo la tempesta) reflects on a period of physical pain experienced by the composer; and Serenata per Diotima draws inspiration from the life of Greek philosopher Diotima and the birth of Haglund’s first grandchild.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

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