℗ 2002 BIS Records

Ingvar Lidholm: Orchestral Works 1963 - 1998

Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, Lü Jia

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Poesis per Orchestra
Ingvar Lidholm; Gunnar Idenstam; Björn Malmqvist; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Lü Jia
Greetings from an Old World
Ingvar Lidholm; Niklaas Veltman; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Lü Jia
stund, när ditt inre (hour, when your soul)
Ingvar Lidholm; Peter Mattei; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Lü Jia
Ingvar Lidholm; Odin Hagen; Eva Pettersson-Veltman; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Lü Jia
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Total Playing Time    69:11
"... a good introduction to his music ... (the orchestras plays) the music admirably ... Lidholm has supported the making of the disc, so the performances must have his imprimatur ... Lidholm inhabits a fascinating sound world and I await the future releases with interest." - MusicWeb International This first of three volumes from Lü Jia and the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra dedicated to Swedish composer Ingvar Lidholm spans his orchestral output from 1963 to 1998. Joining the orchestra on this 2002 release are pianist Gunnar Idenstam and baritone Peter Mattei.
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