II - Sven-David Sandström - Nordic Sounds (SACD, Album)


Download II - Sven-David Sandström - Nordic Sounds (SACD, Album)
2010
Label: Channel Classics - CCS SA 29910 • Format: SACD Hybrid, Multichannel, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary


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  1. One of the most important of these is Sven-David Sandström. When composing for choir Sandström (–) does not hold back in terms of expression or technical demands. This contributes towards a most emotional tonal language, to which the 'Nordic sound' of the Swedish Radio Choir is perfectly suited.
  2. Listen to Sandström: Nordic Sounds by Swedish Radio Choir on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  3. Sven-David Sandström (–) has acknowledged that it was thanks to Ingmar Månsson he began composing for choir. A member of Månsson’s Hägersten Motet Choir outside Stockholm for some twenty years, Sandström was given ample opportunities to have his works performed and was able to study the choral instrument and repertoire from the dangroomivadiben.wiephatenconsnicirpinppareplalutoo.cong out in a complex modernist tradition.
  4. Indeed, many works are incredibly technically difficult even for professional choirs. But there is more to Sandström’s mode of writing for choir. Kallembach identified eight characteristics of Sandström’s choral writing that make his musical language highly emblematic. Tracklist: Sven-David Sandström (b) 1. Lobet den Herrn () 7.
  5. Sandström employs minimalist techniques as well— the delightful Lobet den Herrn sounds at first as if the disc is skipping—and “non- language sounds” appear in Laudamus Te. The latter piece also manifests another distinctive feature of the composer’s style, the subtle modulation of tempo and dynamics over long time-frames.
  6. Nordic Sounds: Music Of Sven-david Sandstrom with Alexis, Marie, Scheele, Marika on SuperAudio CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - .
  7. Sven-David Sandström (born 30 October , Motala, Sweden – died 10 June ) was a Swedish classical composer and educator. He taught composition at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm.
  8. When composing for choir, Sven-David Sandström () does not hold back in terms of expression or technical demands. This contributes toward a powerfully emotional tonal language, to which the Nordic sound of the Swedish Radio Choir is perfectly suited.3/5(2).

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