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Andalag

Aldubáran, Jákup Lützen

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1.1
Fanfare lontane
Sunleif Rasmussen; Aldubáran
8:28
1.2
No. 5
Sunleif Rasmussen; Aldubáran
9:12
1.3
Andalag No. 7
Sunleif Rasmussen; Aldubáran
8:20
Viola Sonata No. 1  
1.4
I. Andante cantabile
Sunleif Rasmussen; Jákup Lützen
5:22
1.5
II. Allegro con brio
Sunleif Rasmussen; Jákup Lützen
4:19
1.6
III. Andante e dolce
Sunleif Rasmussen; Jákup Lützen
4:49
1.7
IV. Con brio
Sunleif Rasmussen; Jákup Lützen
4:44
1.8
V. Espressivo
Sunleif Rasmussen; Jákup Lützen
8:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:15
Sunleif Rasmussen (b. 1961) is the undisputed pioneer of Faroese classical music, and this album features some of the Faroe Islands’ most talented performers, the New Music ensemble Aldubáran and violist Jákup Lützen. Recorded in Torshavn, the music they present here pivots on Rasmussen’s deft harboring of momentum and energy, his gift for transformative textures, and his closeness to the unique musical traditions and landscapes of the Islands themselves – one of the most beautiful, distinctive and nature-rich archipelagos on earth.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Records Studio Masters

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