Harald Sæverud, Jan Henrik Kayser - Siljudance / Easy Pieces For Piano / Tunes And Dances From "Siljustøl" album FLAC
Jan Henrik Kayser (. 933, Bergen, Norway - d. April 24 2016, aged 83) was a Norwegian classical pianist. Harald Sæverud, Jan Henrik Kayser - 23 Selected Piano Pieces (CD, Album). Fartein Valen, Harald Sæverud, Robert Riefling, Jan Henrik Kayser. Fartein Valen, Harald Sæverud, Robert Riefling, Jan Henrik Kayser - Piano Music From Norway (2xCD, Album).
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Harald Sigurd Johan Sæverud (April 17, 1897 – March 27, 1992) was a Norwegian composer. He is most known for his music to Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt, Rondo Amoroso, and the Ballad of Revolt (Norwegian: Kjempeviseslåtten). Sæverud wrote nine symphonies, and a large number of pieces for solo piano. He was a frequent guest conductor of his own works with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. Background and early career.
Harald Sigurd Johan Sæverud (17 April 1897 – 27 March 1992) was a Norwegian composer. Sæverud wrote nine symphonies and a large number of pieces for solo piano. In contrast to these strong compositions he also shaped a number of lyric piano pieces inspired by nature and Norwegian folk music (he never borrowed directly from folk music) published in collections called Tunes and Dances from Siljustøl and Easy Pieces for Piano. After the war, Sæverud was considered to be the doyen of Norwegian composers and he gained wide popularity for a number of his compositions.
Siljustøl var hjemmet til komponisten Harald Sæverud og hans kone Marie Hvoslef. CommunitySee all. 842 people like this. 845 people follow this.
1. Rondo Amoroso - Jan Henrik Kayser. Saeverud returned to Norway in 1922, living first in his hometown of Bergen, then settling, with his wealthy American-born wife Marie, outside the city in a mansion he named Siljustøl, whose bucolic surroundings inspired his series of piano pieces, Tunes and Dances from Siljustøl. During World War II Saeverud wrote several large works protesting the German invasion of his country, including Symphonies No. 5, No. 6, and No. 7 and The Ballad of Revolt (1940)
All the tracks from album Complete Piano Works, Vol. 1 of. Harald Sæverud, Einar Steen-Nøkleberg - Complete Piano Works, Vol. 1 photo images watch: Release title: Harald Sæverud, Einar Steen-Nøkleberg - Complete Piano Works, Vol. 1. Style of release: Modern music. All materials are provided for educational purposes.
Sheet Music and Tabs for Harald Sæverud. Complete Piano Music, Volume 2 (Einar Steen-Nøkleberg). From Posthumous Manuscripts: Albumblad, h-moll/dur (Album Leaf, B minor/major). From Posthumous Manuscripts: Albumblad, f-moll (Album Leaf, F minor). Slåtter og stev fra "Siljustøl", Volum 1, Op. 21: Kristi-Blodsdråper (Fuchsia). 21: Dvergmål-slått (Echo Dance). 21: Bå'nlåt (Nursery Song). Tunes and Dances From "Siljustøl", Volume 4, Op. 25: Tones vuggevise (Tone's Cradle Song). 25: Rondomoltogâjo. Cello Concerto, Symphony no. 8 "Minnesota". Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, op.
He has studied with the pianists Jan Henrik Kayser, Einar Steen-Nøkleberg and Vlado Perlemuter. Since his debut as a pianist 20 years old Rune Alver has achived an extensive activity as a soloist and chamber musician. He performs all over Norway, in Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Ireland, USA, South-Africa and People's Republic of China. Bergen pianist Rune Alver has just released his album Le nouveau Grieg. It features his playing of Grieg’s Norwegian Peasant Dances and Lyric Pieces on Grieg’s grand piano at Troldhaugen. A wonderful, richly nuanced Grieg album. Nina Krohn, NRK Classical. No Smallfry at the Piano. Pianist Rune Alver is no smallfry. In his concert at the University of Oslo’s Great Hall he succeeded in impressing the audience with both his piano technique and his ability to shape the music.
Tones vuggevise (Tunes & Dances from Siljustøl: Tone's Cradle Song). 35. Slåtter og stev fra Siljustøl, Op. 25, Suite No. 4: V. Rondomoltogâjo (Tunes & Dances from Siljustøl). 35 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes. Grieg: Lyric Pieces, Books 1 - 4. 1995. Grieg: Piano Music, Vol. 11.
|A1||Siljuslåtten Op. 17|
|Lette Stykker For Klaver Op. 14|
|A8||g. Rondo Amoroso|
|Slåtter Og Stev Fra "Siljustøl" Op. 21|
|B4||d. Kvelling-Sull Og Lokk|
|Slåtter Og Stev Fra "Siljustø" Op. 22|
|B8||c. Den Siste Bå'nlåt|
|B9||d. På Kingelvevstrenger|
- Printed By – Offizin Paul Hartung
- Composed By, Liner Notes – Harald Sæverud
- Engineer, Edited By, Producer, Design, Layout – Robert von Bahr
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Per Skans
- Photography By – Knut Strand
- Piano – Jan Henrik Kayser
- Technician [Piano Technician] – Greger Hallin
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