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Disc No: DACOCD 357-359 The Danacord Carl Nielsen Collection has a wide selection of the historical recordings made by friends and pupils of Carl Nielsen. Nearly all the items presented in these six volumes are first recordings and they have remained of special historical importance to musicians ever since.
Among the many precious recordings in the collection, Carl Nielsen's son-in-law Emil Telmányi performs the violin sonatas and is the soloist in the violin concerto. This collection would not be complete without the legendary Wind Quintet which is included in a very succesful new digital transfer.
From solo instrument to opera this collection has early recordings of all the most important works composed by Carl Nielsen and its historical importance cannot be underestimated. The last volume contains songs and choral works and includes a newly found test recording of the 2nd symphony.
Price: Sek. 310
Name: Carl Nielsen collection,
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Nielsen, Carl Maskarade - Opera in Three Acts
Recorded: 28-jan-54
The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra - Launy Grøndahl
Danish Radio Choir

Holger Byrding, Bass
Ingeborg Steffensen, Mezzo Soprano
Thyge Thygesen, Tenor
Einar Nørby, Bass-Baritone
Marius Jacobsen, Tenor
Poul Wiedemann, Tenor-Baritone
Ruth Guldbæk, Soprano
Ellen Margrethe Edlers, Soprano
Georg Leicht, Bass
Niels Juul Bondo, Baritone
Nielsen, Carl Saul & David - Opera in Four Acts
Recorded: 23-maj-60
The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra - Thomas Jensen
Danish Radio Choir - Svend S. Schultz
Frans Andersson, Bass
Niels Møller, Tenor
Ruth Guldbæk, Soprano
Otte Svendsen, Tenor
Odd Wolstad, Bass
Mogens Wedel, Bass
Christen Blanke, Tenor
Inge Frey, Mezzo Soparon
Christine Philipsen, Soprano

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