- Geir Oien (Trumpet)
Notes & Reviews:
Composer Torbjorn Dyrud's work presents the most famous story of Christian culture - Christ's passion, death and resurrection - in a form you have never heard before. The work is not a passion in the traditional sense; it does not end with Christ's death but continues through the kingdom of death and out of the grave, leaving us with the gospel of love that overcomes and endures everything, a gospel of grace and forgiveness. Life is the light of mankind; we can rise out of the darkness.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway (09/2012/10/2012).
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Works DetailsDyrud, Torbjorn [Organ] : Out of Darkness, for chorus, trumpet & percussion
- Performer: Geir Oien (Trumpet)
- Conductor: Vivianne Sydnes
- Ensemble: Nidaros Cathedral Choir
- Running Time: 3 min. 26 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary