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Wydawnictwo: Lawo Classics
Nr katalogowy: LWC 1144
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2018
EAN: 7090020181660
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Obszar (język): norweski
Rodzaj: pieśń, hymn

Som den gylne sol frembryter

Lawo Classics - LWC 1144
Kompozytor

Alfred Paulsen, Trine Franksdatter, Carl Gustav Sparre Olsen, Sigurd Islandmoen, Conradin Kreutzer, Joahim Knoph, Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse
Wykonawcy
Kvindelige Studenters Sangforening (Women’s Choral Society of the University of Oslo) / Marit Tondel Bodsberg Weyde
Alfred Paulsen:
Norge, mit Norge!

Trad.:
Votranotte
Bruremarsj fra Lodingen
I denna ljuva sommartid
Brudmarsch fran Jämtland
Kornetharsinvila
Som den gylne sol frembryter
Se, hvor klarner det nu opp pa jorden

Trine Franksdatter:
I haven da Marie Kaltenborn var dod

Carl Gustav Sparre Olsen:
Sag du mitt land

Conradin Kreutzer:
Studentersang

Joahim Knoph:
Bruremarsj

Sigurd Islandmoen:
Det lysnet i skogen

Halfdan Kjerulf:
Over de hoje Fjelde

Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse:
Gud signe vart dyre fedreland
Today one finds female choirs in almost every nook and cranny of Norway. The time when Norwegian choral singing was dominated by male choirs can seem like the distant past. Toward the end of the nineteenth century, only eleven years after women were admitted for the first time ever as students to the university, three medical students joined forces and founded a university choir for women. The year was 1895. The Women’s Choral Society of the University of Oslo (Kvindelige Studenters Sangforening KSS) was a reality. It was in fact the world’s first academic choir for women, and has recently been ranked as the world’s best female choir by the music organisation Interkultur.

The collection of arrangements and compositions on this album bears the imprint of both National Romanticism and traditional Norwegian folk music. At the same time, it perhaps contains a greater variation of sources and styles than is typical for National Romantic male choir music. In the course of its long existence, KSS has in many ways created its own version of the tradition-bound, nation-affirming music. And it is this distinctive interpretation of the National Romantic element that represents much of what is unique about KSS. This release, "Som den gylne sol frembryter", seeks to embrace something of the identity that distinguished KSS 123 years ago, and still does so today.

Recorded in Ris Church, Olso, 24-26 June, 23-25 September and 21-23 October 2016.

Zobacz także:

  • LWC 1134
  • CC 72785
  • LWC 1151
  • LWC 1140
  • KTC 1577
  • LWC 1150
  • LWC 1145
  • CDA 1828-2