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DK 0596

Kuhlau: Piano Quartets Nos. 1 & 2
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Dacapo offers a vast and unique selection of Danish music, encompassing everything from contemporary electronic music to the earliest notes of the Middle Ages. Since Dacapo was founded in 1989 we have released over 450 recordings of Danish music. And with each new recording the picture only gets clearer: There is so much original and exciting music in Denmark that you forget how small the country actually is.

It has never been easier to explore the world of music - and it has never sounded so good. Our recordings are made in the best possible sound quality that is based on proud Danish traditions of a natural, precise and spacious sound. Every link in our productions are of the highest quality, which has among others brought Dacapo a large number of distinctions that include the Cannes Classical Awards, Grammy nominations and lots of Danish Music Awards.

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DK 0506
Symphony No. 1 / Saxophone Concerto

 "...Whether in regular stereo or SACD, the orchestral textures have ideal clarity and a totally natural pe...

DK 0507
Maskarade (Masquerade)

 "The sound is superb – I’d never have guessed that the performances were more than twenty-five...

DK 0528
Messis / In tenebras exteriores (Dreisig, Vor Frue Kantori)

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"...This is organist Flemming Dreisig’s second recor...

DK 0536
Symphonies, Vol. 1 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 1, 4, 5, 43

                   Album of the Week

DK 0537
Symphonies, Vol. 2 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 6, 7, 7a, 8, 55

                  Performance *****         ...

DK 0539
Symphonies, Vol. 4 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 12-14 / K. 96

                    **** (Excellent album)

Andreas Friesenh...

DK 0543
Symphonies, Vol. 8 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 28-30

 Artistic Quality 8          Sound Quality 9

DK 0544
Symphonies, Vol. 9 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 31, 33, 34

"Captivated by clarinets he had heard in Mannheim in 1777 en route to Paris, Mozart used them for the first time...