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Lohse: Collage de temps / Magnussen, Schreiber, Danish Chamber Players


Release Date: 06/22/2018 
Label:  Dacapo   Catalog #: 8226590  
Composer:  Martin Lohse
Performer:  David Lau MagnussenClaudio JacomucciBjarke MogensenChristina Astrand,   ... 
Conductor:  Casper Schreiber
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Danish Chamber Players
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

The Danish composer Martin Lohse (b. 1971) writes contemporary music drawing on musical history. The sensitive elegance of Baroque and Romanticism meet the rigorous certainty of Minimalism – a simplicity of expression approaching the insisting and touching which is evident in all three works on this album. They are thus written with the featured artists in mind, fronted by the pianist David Lau Magnussen with the Danish Chamber Players (Ensemble Storstrøm) and an exclusive team of instrumentalists. Martin Lohse is not only a composer; he is also a visual artist and poet. These forms of artistic expression as such need not have anything to do with one another, although the man behind them is the same; but Lohse engages in what appears Read more to be a consistent, fruitful dialogue between expressiveness and a structural, theoretical approach to this urge to express himself. Read less

Works on This Recording

1.
Concerto for Piano and Sinfonietta "Collage de temps" by Martin Lohse
Performer:  David Lau Magnussen (Paino)
Conductor:  Casper Schreiber
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Danish Chamber Players
Period: Contemporary 
Written: Denmark 
2.
Momenti mobile (5) for Accordion Duo and Piano Trio by Martin Lohse
Performer:  David Lau Magnussen (Piano), Claudio Jacomucci (Accordion), Bjarke Mogensen (Accordion),
Christina Astrand (Violin), Toke Moldrup (Cello)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: Denmark 
3.
Moto immoto for Sinfonietta by Martin Lohse
Conductor:  Casper Schreiber
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Danish Chamber Players
Period: Contemporary 
Written: Denmark 

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