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Album · 2015 · 13 Songs.
CD 1. Ketil Hvoslef Composer. Mi-Fi-Li, symphonic poem (1971) Work. Double Concerto for flute, guitar & strings Work.
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Listen to music from Ketil Hvoslef like Hvoslef: Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra (2012), Sextet for flute and percussion & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ketil Hvoslef. Ketil Hvoslef (né Ketil Sæverud; born 19 July 1939 in Bergen, Norway) is a Norwegian composer. He is the son of composer Harald Sæverud. Hvoslef studied viola and organ at the Bergen Music Conservatory (now a part of Grieg Academy) graduating in 1962. He furthered his studies in Stockholm with Karl-Birger Blomdahl and Ingvar Lidholm, then in London with Thomas Rajna and Henri Lazarof. He taught music theory and ear training at the Bergen Music Conservatory (1963–1979).
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Hvoslef: Mi-Fi-Li Symphonic Poem, Kvartoni, Double Concerto, Sextet.
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Hvoslef Chamber Works No. I is the first in a series of nine CDs featuring Ketil Hvoslef’s collected chamber music. Ketil Hvoslef (b. 1939) is a productive, versatile,and undogmatic composer, who - well into his seventies - continues to write music at a furious pace. Hvoslef’s style is characterized by an economy of means, the accumulation of latent energy, rhythmical ingenuity, and, often, an element of humour
|A||Concerto For Contrabasso||22:00|
|B1||Trio For Soprano, Alto And Piano||14:44|
|B2||Octet For Flutes||10:15|
- Alto Vocals – Marilena Zlatanou (tracks: B1)
- Conductor – Karsten Andersen (tracks: A), Per Dreier (tracks: B2)
- Double Bass – Gary Karr (tracks: A)
- Flute – Andrew Cunningham (tracks: B2), Anne Toril Ekholm Kirk (tracks: B2), Finn Henry Olsen (tracks: B2), Hanne Seim (tracks: B2), Karin Heistø (tracks: B2), Lotte Havnevik (tracks: B2), Sissel Dørum (tracks: B2), Ørnulf Gulbransen (tracks: B2)
- Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: A)
- Piano – Einar Henning Smebye (tracks: B1)
- Soprano Vocals – Kirsten Taranger (tracks: B1)