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Label:
  Dacapo Records - http://www.dacapo-records.dk/
Serial:
  6.220569
Title:
  Nielsen: Songs for choir - Ars Nova Copenhagen, Bojesen
Description:
  Nielsen: Nu er dagen fuld af sang (Now the day is full of song), CNW 213 (1914); Frydeligt med jubelkor (Jubilation, shouts of glee), CNW 375 (1906); Påskeblomst! hvad vil du her? (Easterbloom! Why are you here?), CNW 361 (1910); Vi sletternes sønner har drømme i sind (We, sons of the plains carry dreams in our minds), CNW 147 (1907-08); Havet omkring Danmark (Seas surrounding Denmark), CNW 146 (1907-08); I solen går jeg bag min plov (In shining sun I steer my plough), CNW 129 (1895-96); Nu skal det åbenbares (This is the revelation), CNW 261 (1922); Nu lyser løv i lunde (The greenwood leaves are light now), CNW 256 (1921); Se dig ud en sommerdag (Look about one summer day), CNW 221 (1914); Frihed er det bedste guld (Freedom is the purest gold), CNW 255 (1919; arr. 1921); Som en rejselysten flåde (There’s a fleet of floating islands), CNW 237 (1920); Udrundne er de gamle dage (Gone are the days, they’re past and olden), CNW 253 (1917); Der sad en fisker så tankefuld (There sat a fisherman deep in thought), CNW 244 (1919); Du danske mand! af al din magt (Sing, Danish man! With all your might), CNW 288 (1906); På det jævne, på det jævne! (Simple-rooted, simple-rooted!), CNW 238 (1921); Derfor kan vort øje glædes (Wherefore do our eyes feel pleasure), CNW 239 (1919); Tunge, mørke natteskyer (Heavy, gloomy clouds of night), CNW 250 (1917); Hvem sidder der bag skærmen (Who’s there behind the shelter), CNW 137 (1907); Betragt mit svage spind (Behold my web, how frail), CNW 254 (1921); Den danske sang er en ung, blond pige (The Danish song is a fair young maiden), CNW 271 (1926)

Ars Nova Copenhagen
Michael Bojesen
Track listing:
 
Genre:
  Classical - Vocal
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
Recording type:
 
Recording info:
 

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Reviews: 1

Site review by Geohominid February 7, 2015
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Works: 20  

Carl Nielsen - Betragt mit svage spind (Behold my web, how frail), CNW 254
Carl Nielsen - Den danske sang er en ung, blond pige (The Danish song is a fair young maiden), CNW 271
Carl Nielsen - Der sad en fisker så tankefuld (There sat a fisherman deep in thought), CNW 244
Carl Nielsen - Derfor kan vort øje glædes (Wherefore do our eyes feel pleasure), CNW 239
Carl Nielsen - Du danske mand! af al din magt (Sing, Danish man! With all your might), CNW 288
Carl Nielsen - Frihed er det bedste guld (Freedom is the purest gold), CNW 255
Carl Nielsen - Frydeligt med jubelkor (Jubilation, shouts of glee), CNW 375
Carl Nielsen - Havet omkring Danmark (Seas surrounding Denmark), CNW 146
Carl Nielsen - Hvem sidder der bag skærmen (Who’s there behind the shelter), CNW 137
Carl Nielsen - I solen går jeg bag min plov (In shining sun I steer my plough), CNW 129
Carl Nielsen - Nu er dagen fuld af sang (Now the day is full of song), CNW 213
Carl Nielsen - Nu lyser løv i lunde (The greenwood leaves are light now), CNW 256
Carl Nielsen - Nu skal det åbenbares (This is the revelation), CNW 261
Carl Nielsen - På det jævne, på det jævne! (Simple-rooted, simple-rooted!), CNW 238
Carl Nielsen - Påskeblomst! hvad vil du her? (Easterbloom! Why are you here?), CNW 361
Carl Nielsen - Se dig ud en sommerdag (Look about one summer day), CNW 221
Carl Nielsen - Som en rejselysten flåde (There’s a fleet of floating islands), CNW 237
Carl Nielsen - Tunge, mørke natteskyer (Heavy, gloomy clouds of night), CNW 250
Carl Nielsen - Udrundne er de gamle dage (Gone are the days, they’re past and olden), CNW 253
Carl Nielsen - Vi sletternes sønner har drømme i sind (We, sons of the plains carry dreams in our minds), CNW 147