℗ 2020 Dacapo Records
Duration 1h 11m 46s
Record Label Dacapo
Catalogue No. 8.226221
Release Date August 14, 2020
Genre Classical
 

Alone & Together

Fredrik From, Concerto Copenhagen, Magnus Fryklund, Alfredo Bernardini, Anne Søe, Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen

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Concerto for Baroque Violin  
1.1
I. —
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
9:42
1.2
II. —
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Fredrik From; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
8:28
1.3
Concerto for Baroque Oboe
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Alfredo Bernardini; Concerto Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
16:04
Violin Concerto "Sinking Through the Dream Mirror"  
1.4
I. Prelude
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Anne Søe; Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
4:59
1.5
II. Scherzo
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Anne Søe; Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
7:11
1.6
III. Passacaglia
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Anne Søe; Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
13:31
1.7
IV. Rondo
Karl Aage Rasmussen; Anne Søe; Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen; Magnus Fryklund
11:51
Digital Booklet
Duration    1h 11m 46s
Unlike many of his radical new music colleagues, Karl Aage Rasmussen (b. 1947) has had a great affection for older music, especially that of the Italian Baroque era. In this new programme of solo concertos by Rasmussen, he extends his musical explorations of the solo concerto focusing on the relationship between the individual and the community – an archetypal disparity that for centuries has lent the genre a special fascination for composers and audiences alike. 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. While his early works focused on the individual detail of these montages, he later became increasingly concerned with a sense of momentum and in exploring our experience of time and movement.
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