Notes & Reviews:
"the engineering is even better than on the Chandos recording, leaving a truly vivid impression of Langgaard's extremely lavish timbral palette. Like his single opera (Antikrist), the music bears no trace of the somewhat bitter, quirky, angry composer that Langgaard later became. Here is nothing but a very talented musician stretching his wings for the first time, looking forward to a life of limitless possibilities. Hearing him is a joy." -ClassicsToday (10/10)
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Gram: Orchestral Works Vol 1 / Aeschbacher, South Jutland SO
Gram: Orchestral Works Vol 2 / Andrea Pellegrini, Matthias Aeschbacher, Danish PO
Langgaard: Symphonies no 15 & 16, etc / Dausgaard, Danish NSO, et al
Langgaard: Symphonies no 12, 13 & 14 / Dausgaard, et al
Dvorak: Chamber Works / Panocha String Quartet, et al
Kabalevsky: Complete Symphonies / Oue, Northwest German RSO, et al
Hartmann: Nordic Folk Dances, etc / Bo Holten, Copenhagen PO
Epoch - Gibbs: Odysseus; Dyson: Four Songs for Sailors / Drummond, Gritton, Stone, et al
Works DetailsLanggaard, Rued : Symphony no 1, BVN 32 "Pastorals of the Rocks"
- Conductor: Thomas Dausgaard
- Ensemble: Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
- Notes: Danish Radio Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark (05/12/2007-05/18/2007)
- Running Time: 59 min. 49 sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1908-1911