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Browse: Stenhammar - Tre körvisor (Three Choral Ballads)

Composer: Karl Vilhelm Eugen Stenhammar (1871–1927)
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  • Jennifer Pike (violin), Maria Forsström (mezzo-soprano)

    The Swedish Chamber Choir, Simon Phipps

    Listening to Simon Philipps’s immaculately accomplished Swedish Chamber Choir is rather like sinking gently into a warm bath bubbling over with your favourite scented lotions…This album combin[es]... More…

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  • Swedish Choral Music - New Perspectives

    Anders Widmark (piano)

    Allmänna Sången, Cecilia Rydinger Alin

    At first glance this might seem a curious concept, Swedish folksongs as sung - exceptionally so, let me say straightaway - mostly unaccompanied by a modest chorus through some of which jazz improvisations... More…

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  • Ars Nova Copenhagen, Paul Hillier

    [Vox Reportage] can seem uncomfortably close to a virtuoso demonstration of the manifold noises top chamber choirs are capable of creating nowadays…It left me a little unsettled and enervated,... More…

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  • Stockholms Musikgymnasium Chamber Choir, Helene Stureborg

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  • Finnish and Scandinavian Vocal Music

    Accentus, Eric Ericson

    Their climax is Lars Johan Werle's wonderful, testing setting of Petrarch's 126th Canzone, which opens in a Gesualdo-like style and gradually assimilates more modern elements before returning... More…

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