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DK 6575
ALSTED, B.: Agnetes latter (Agnete's Laughter) / Melencolia / Sorgsang V / Belletter (Alsted, Kjoller)

ALSTED, B.: Agnetes latter (Agnete's Laughter) / Melencolia / Sorgsang V / Belletter (Alsted, Kjoller)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Birgitte Alsted

Soloist

Rasmus Schjaerff Kjoller

Soloist

Venue:

DIEM, Aarhus, Denmark


Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, Denmark



Record Label
Dacapo

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 56:23
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BIRGITTE ALSTED

     
 

Agnetes latter (Agnete's Laughter)

 
1 I. Havmanden kalder (Call of the Merman) 3:34
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
2 II. I dybet - Laengsel (In the Depths - Longing) 2:39
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
3 III. Sonner 7 (Seven Sons) 7:23
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
4 IV. Vugges (Rocked) 2:53
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
5 V. Landet kalder (Call of the Land) 10:23
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
6 VI. Agnetes latter (Agnete's Laughter) 3:35
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
     
7 

Melencolia

12:01
 Rasmus Schjaerff Kjoller Soloist
     
8 

Sorgsang V (Lament V)

9:14
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist
     
9 

Belletter

4:41
 Birgitte Alsted Soloist


Through several decades, the composer Birgitte Alsted (b. 1942) has been a pioneer of electro-acoustic music, finding the main inspiration for her music in literature and poetry. This album presents four of Alsted’s key works for the first time on album with the dramatic sound collage Agnete’s Laughter as the captivating title work.

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