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Erland von Koch: Symphony No. 3 - Sinfonia Seria

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Per Hammaström

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Symphony No. 3, Op. 38  
1
I. Allegro moderato
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
7:15
2
II. Adagio espressivo
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
7:58
3
III. Allegro agitato
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
8:04
Sinfonia Seria (Symphony No. 4), Op. 51  
4
I. Andante - Quasi presto - Andante
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
5:21
5
II. Moderato
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
7:38
6
III. Allegro
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
7:15
Impulsi  
7
Andante misterioso – Presto – Andante misterioso
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
11:17
Nordiskt Capriccio, Op. 26  
8
Molto ritmico
Erland von Koch; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Per Hammaström
6:21
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    61:09
Per Hammarstrom leads the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra on this recording celebrating the music of late Swedish composer Erland von Koch. Among the four von Koch’s works featured here, the Symphony No. 3 and the Sinfonia Seria receive their world premieres as the SRSO aims to fulfill the long overdue rediscovery of von Koch’s symphonies.

"... (symphonies) are rarely played, especially if they are Swedish ... it takes a long time before they are 'discovered' and accepted, if indeed they ever are."
- Erland von Koch
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Records Studio Masters

Original format: 24-bit / 48 kHz

Recording:
May 2011 (Symphony No. 3); June 2013 (Sinfonia seria; Impulsi ); May 2010 (Nordiskt capriccio – at a public performance) at the Berwald Hall, Stockholm, Sweden
Producers: Jan B. Larsson (Symphony No. 3; Sinfonia seria; Impulsi ); Cynthia Zetterqvist (Nordiskt capriccio)
Sound Engineers: Anders Hägglöf (Symphony No. 3); Ulf Östling (Sinfonia seria; Impulsi ); Johan Hyttnäs (Nordiskt capriccio)
Editing: Jan B. Larsson (Symphony No. 3; Sinfonia seria; Impulsi ); Cynthia Zetterqvist & Jan B. Larsson (Nordiskt capriccio)
Executive producer: Robert Suff
Cover text: © Per Hammarström 2015
Translations: Leif Hasselgren (English); Horst A. Scholz (German); Arlette Lemieux-Chené (French)
Cover photo of Erland von Koch: © Sören Hoffman / SVT / TT
Back cover photo of Per Hammarström: © Miriam Jacobsson
Typesetting, lay-out: Andrew Barnett (Compact Design)

Equipment: Neumann microphones; StageTec Crescendo mixing desk (Nordiskt capriccio: StageTec Cantus); Sequoia workstation; Genelec 8250A loudspeakers (Nordiskt capriccio: B&W 801), Sony headphones.

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