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Rolf Wallin: Manyworlds (Audio Version)

Håkan Hardenberger, Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester, John Storgårds

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Trumpet Concerto "Fisher King"
Rolf Wallin; Håkan Hardenberger; Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester; John Storgårds
Rolf Wallin; Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester; John Storgårds
Rolf Wallin; Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester; John Storgårds
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Total Playing Time    74:41
"... a hugely effective concerto ... brilliantly exploits Hardenberger’s exceptional virtuosity and conjures some striking images out of the orchestra ... vivid performances by the Bergen Philharmonic under John Storgårds ..." - The Guardian The Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and Finnish conductor John Storgårds present world premiere recordings of three orchestral works by Norwegian composer Rolf Wallin, one of the most exciting contemporary figures in Scandinavian music. Among the highlights is the Fisher King, a concerto starring great trumpeter Håkan Hardenberger. The title piece Manyworlds is an extensive, lengthy orchestral work whose title refers to the many-worlds theory in quantum physics which postulates a very large, perhaps infinite number of parallel universes.
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Original format: 24-bit / 96 kHz Id, Fisher King: Recording: 18th-21st February 2014 at Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway Recording Producer/Editing/Mixing/Mastering: Ingo Petry (Take5 Music Production) Recording Engineer: Gunnar Herleif nilsen Assistant Recording Engineer: Haakon Gunby Manyworlds: Recording: 23rd-24th September 2010 at Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway Recording Producer/Editing: Arild Erikstad Recording Engineer/Editing: Gunnar Herleif Nilsen Mixing/Mastering: ingo Petry (Take5 Music Production) Recordings were made in conjunction with Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation Studio NRK Grieghallen Executive producer: Reijo Kiilunen ℗ & © 2015 Ondine Oy, Helsinki Publisher: Chester (Fisher King, Manyworlds), Norsk Musikforlag AS (Id) Booklet Editor: Joel Valkila Photos: Benjamin Ealovega (Rolf Wallin), Addleiv Apneseth (Bergen Symphony Orchestra), Marco Borggreve (Håkan Hardenberger & John Storgårds) Design: Armand Alcazar

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