Carl Nielsen


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Noun1.Carl Nielsen - Danish composer (1865-1931)
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Finland's Sibelius contributes his Fourth Symphony, one of the CBSO's signature tunes, thanks to famous recordings under both Simon Rattle and Sakari Oramo; Denmark's Carl Nielsen is represented by his evocative, other-worldly Third Symphony Sinfonia Espansiva, vocal soloists Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano) and baritone Jeremy Huw Wiliams addressing each other across the void.
Enola and Carl Nielsen of Eugene will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary May 17 from 2 p.
Other readers will search in vain for their own favorites, from Franz Berwald to Carl Nielsen, but no one who really matters has been omitted.
Also this evening, student jazz goes trans-European with a concert at the Adrian Boult Hall by musicians studying not only here at the Conservatoire, but from the Paris Conservatoire and the Carl Nielsen Academy in Udense, Denmark.
Other selections include music by Carl Nielsen, Astor Piazzolla, John Williams and UO adjunct music instructor Terry McQuilkin.
Switching identities to the Copenhagen Philharmonic, the orchestra then gave a concert including the first-ever Birmingham performance of the Violin Concerto by Denmark's greatest composer, Carl Nielsen.
Only a short walk from the Andersen museum is another, devoted to Denmark's greatest composer, Carl Nielsen, who was born a few miles away, exactly 60 years later, into a similarly humble family.
Scandinavian composers other than Carl Nielsen, Jean Sibelius and Edvard Grieg are not well known internationally.
This has built naturally on the GSO's roots, the years from 1906 to 1921 when its conductor was the Swedish composer and pianist Wilhelm Stenhammar, who invited his friends Carl Nielsen and Jean Sibelius to conduct their music.
WHAT: Compositions by Jean Sibelius, Carl Nielsen and John Adams, with violinist Jorja Fleezanis
Add in the names of some adjacent cities, as my girlhood Junction City neighbor, Carl Nielsen, once did.
But central to the enterprise has been the life and work of Denmark's greatest composer, Carl Nielsen, and the past two evenings at Symphony Hall brought proud climaxes to the cornucopia of his work the festival has provided.