Carl Nielsen

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Noun1.Carl Nielsen - Danish composer (1865-1931)
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Most is principal flautist of the Odense Symphony Orchestra who provide sturdy support here, benefiting from the Carl Nielsen Hall's excellent airy acoustic.
7 and the elements of unity and disunity found in Carl Nielsen's Symphony no.
Survivors include her close friends: Carl Nielsen, Margaret Nielsen and Mary (Jeff) Fulin; their children: Kyle and Brenna; and faithful companion: Josh.
As a soloist, Dohnal has performed works by Carl Nielsen, Krzystof Penderecki, Aaron Copland and other composers, and he has played to audiences in Europe, Asia, North and South America.
Owner and harbour assistant Carl Nielsen entered a contest with the biscuit firm using the slogan "Jake-A-Break".
The Canto Serioso for horn (or Cello) and piano by Danish composer Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) is one of the few well known low horn pieces from the 20th century.
For concert highlight, though, Sibelius was up against the Norwegian Carl Nielsen and his 1926 Flute Concerto, with the orchestra's long-standing principal flute, Juliette Bausor, as soloist.
SOME famous Scandinavian composers are Edvard Grieg, Jean Sibelius and Carl Nielsen. Carl Nielsen who?
The day began with an exciting lecture by curator at the Carl Nielsen Museum, Ida-Marie Vorre who told us about the museum's efforts to promote Carl Nielsen in connection with his 150th birthday in 2015.
ON the wall of Carl Nielsen's childhood home in Norre Lyndelse on the Danish island of Funen they don't have just one photo of the teenage composer, they have nine.
The glorious Sunday symphony series continues with music from Denmark's greatest composer, Carl Nielsen, celebrating 150 year's since his birth.
To mark the 150th anniversary of the composer's birth, the programme also features performances of Sibelius's retelling of the Belshazzar story, in addition to Maskarade by Carl Nielsen and a world premiere of Dadaville by Gary Carpenter.