℗ 2019 Dacapo Records
Released September 6, 2019
Duration 1h 06m 44s
Record Label Dacapo Records
Catalogue No. 8.226220
Genre Classical (Contemporary Era)
 

The Four Seasons After Vivaldi

Fredrik From, Concerto Copenhagen, Magnus Fryklund, Peter Spissky, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Karl Aage Rasmussen

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The Four Seasons After Vivaldi (After Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269 "Spring")  
1.1
I. Allegro
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:33
1.2
II. Largo e pianissimo sempre
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
2:42
1.3
III. Danza pastorale. Allegro
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:45
The Four Seasons After Vivaldi (After Op. 8 No. 2, RV 315 "Summer")  
1.4
I. Allegro non molto
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Peter Spissky; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
5:26
1.5
II. Adagio
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Peter Spissky; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
2:15
1.6
III. Presto
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Peter Spissky; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:13
The Four Seasons After Vivaldi (After Op. 8 No. 3, RV 293 "Autumn")  
1.7
I. Allegro
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
4:58
1.8
II. Adagio molto
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
2:45
1.9
III. Allegro
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:17
The Four Seasons After Vivaldi (After Op. 8 No. 4, RV 297 "Winter")  
1.10
I. Allegro non molto
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Peter Spissky; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
4:02
1.11
II. Largo
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Peter Spissky; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
2:46
1.12
III. Allegro
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Peter Spissky; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:14
1.13
Follia, follia ...
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Concerto Copenhagen; Lars Ulrik Mortensen
7:39
Gli uccelli, P. 154 (Arr. K.A. Rasmussen)  
1.14
I. Preludio da Bernardo Pasquini
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Ottorino Respighi; Karl Aage Rasmussen; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
2:43
1.15
II. La colomba da Jacques de Gallot
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Ottorino Respighi; Karl Aage Rasmussen; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:16
1.16
III. La gallina da Jean-Philippe Rameau
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Ottorino Respighi; Karl Aage Rasmussen; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
2:58
1.17
IV. L'usignuolo da un anonimo inglese
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Ottorino Respighi; Karl Aage Rasmussen; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
3:36
1.18
V. Il cucù da Bernardo Pasquini
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Ottorino Respighi; Karl Aage Rasmussen; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
4:36
Digital Booklet
This is Vivaldi for the 21st century. At its heart, the album is a conversation between past and present, between classical composition and new discoveries, between composers over time spans. Danish composer Karl Aage Rasmussen (b. 1947) has always been keen on exploring our experience of time and movement. Building bridges between cultures and traditions, he here sheds new light on original compositions by Vivaldi and Respighi, written during his period as composer-in- residence for Danish National Baroque Orchestra Concerto Copenhagen. Karl Aage Rasmussen graduated from the Aarhus Academy of Music in 1971, where he was appointed Professor in Composition in 1988. Many of his works use pre-existing material woven into a dense musical montage. Words like ‘de-composing’ and ‘re-composing’ seem fit, and in later years, this interest has resulted in the arrangement and completion of music by Schumann and Schubert. Rasmussen was awarded the Carl Nielsen Prize in 1991 and the Wilhelm Hansen Composer Prize in 1997.
352.8 kHz / 24-bit, 192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Records Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.20
-15.28 to -1.45
-26.66
-34.67 to -20.49
-22.81
-32.00 to -17.30
13
11 to 17
1
I. Allegro
-3.02-23.62-19.713
2
II. Largo e pianissimo sempre
-11.50-33.62-29.714
3
III. Danza pastorale. Allegro
-2.78-22.76-19.013
4
I. Allegro non molto
-2.23-25.39-21.414
5
II. Adagio
-3.32-31.88-27.117
6
III. Presto
-1.45-20.49-17.312
7
I. Allegro
-1.67-25.24-20.615
8
II. Adagio molto
-15.28-34.67-32.011
9
III. Allegro
-1.61-22.65-19.415
10
I. Allegro non molto
-1.70-23.59-18.513
11
II. Largo
-14.59-33.77-30.512
12
III. Allegro
-1.70-23.99-19.613
13
Follia, follia ...
-6.78-27.58-23.813
14
I. Preludio da Bernardo Pasquini
-2.26-23.14-19.112
15
II. La colomba da Jacques de Gallot
-7.15-26.81-23.511
16
III. La gallina da Jean-Philippe Rameau
-5.43-26.99-23.614
17
IV. L'usignuolo da un anonimo inglese
-9.59-28.26-24.412
18
V. Il cucù da Bernardo Pasquini
-1.57-25.40-21.414

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