Nielsen: The Organ Works - Bine Bryndorf

Nielsen: The Organ Works - Bine Bryndorf

Dacapo Records  6.220635

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Instrumental

Nielsen: Fest-præludium ved Aarhundredskiftet (Festival Prelude for the New Century), CNW 84 (1901); 29 Little Preludes for Organ, CNW 96 (1929); Naar jeg betænker Tid og Stund (As I consider time and day), CNW 185 (1914); Et helligt Liv, en salig Død (A holy life, a blessed death), CNW 164 (1914); Forunderligt at sige (How wonderful to ponder), CNW 165 (1914); Frisk op! Endnu engang (Refresh yourself in song), CNW 168 (1913-15); Ak, min Rose visner bort (Ah, my rose will fade away), CNW 153 (1913-15); Guds Engle i Flok (God’s angels, unite), CNW 170 (1913-15); Two Preludes, CNW 98 (1931); Melody, CNW 97 (1929); Commotio, CNW 99 (1930-31)

Torsten Nielsen (baritone)
Bine Bryndorf (organ)

Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) began writing for the organ only late in life. Starting with the 29 Little Preludes for Organ, Nielsen invented a personal organ style both Baroque and very Nielsenesque, refined in his last major work, the monumental Commotio. On this CD Professor Bine Bryndorf performs Nielsen’s organ works on the ideally suited organ at Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen, adding a selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs with baritone Torsten Nielsen.

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