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BORUP-JØRGENSEN, A.: Recorder Music (Petri, Selin)

BORUP-JØRGENSEN, A.: Recorder Music (Petri, Selin)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Michala Petri

Soloist

Elisabet Selin

Soloist

Gert Mortensen

Soloist

Ingrid Myrhoj

Soloist

Venue:

Studio recording, Royal Danish Academy of Music

Venue

Danish Radio Broadcast

Venue

Studio recording, Royal Danish Academy of Music, Denmark

Venue

Olstykke Church, Denmark

Venue

Danish Radio Broadcast, Denmark

Venue

Record Label
Our Recordings

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 59:58
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AXEL BORUP-JORGENSEN

     
1 

Periphrasis, Op. 156

10:52
 Michala Petri Soloist
 Gert Mortensen Soloist
     
2 

Nachtstuck, Op. 118

10:07
 Elisabet Selin Soloist
     
3 

Architraves, Op. 83

06:47
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
4 

Zwiegesprach, Op. 131

05:14
 Elisabet Selin Soloist
 Ingrid Myrhoj Soloist
     
5 

Birds Concert, Op. 91, No. 9

03:45
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
6 

Fantasia, Op. 75

11:59
 Elisabet Selin Soloist
 Ingrid Myrhoj Soloist
     
7 

Pergolato, Op. 182

05:11
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
8 

Notenbuchlein fur Anna Elisabeth, Op. 82

06:03
 Elisabet Selin Soloist
     


For many listeners, the name of Axel Borup-Jørgensen may come as a new discovery, and yet during his long and productive creative life (with more than 180 opus number in his catalogue), he was a seminal figure in contemporary Danish musical life and the recipient of a number of the country’s most distinguished awards, including the Carl Nielsen Prize and the Wilhelm Hansen Prize.

Borup-Jørgensen considered himself a self-taught composer; while being thoroughly “modern” in outlook, his music is organic, expressionist, aphoristic – even “painterly,” always embracing the sheer sensual beauty of the musical tone. Perhaps more thananything else, it was this “organic” quality that attracted Borup-Jørgensen to the recorder, and to Michala Petri.

This recording presents Borup-Jørgensen’s complete works for recorder; a chronicle of a 30 year relationship that began when his daughter, Elisabet Selin became Michala Petri’s first and only private student. Over theyears, Michala and Elisabet performed on a number of critically acclaimed recordings but none as special as this; as the artists for whom these works were originally composed, their interpretations are both personal and authoritative. Beginning with the Fantasia for sopranino recorder and harpsichord op. 75 from 1975 and concluding with Pergolato op. 183, composed the year before the composer’s passing, each work carefully explores the potential of the recorder as a melody instrument and as a source of new forms of acoustic expression.

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