|Toward the Sea (1980)
All in Twilight (1988)
|Phase III (2006 uropførelse)
|Melos II (1999)
|Dawn brightens the day of mortals robed in purple
|Carl Michael Bellmann
|Lyriske stykker op.12
|Variationer over et irsk tema op
|4 Folkesange fra op. 23-2
|6 Polskalieder efter I. Dannström
"Rose" was recorded in August 2001 and released, with some delay, in late
July 2002. The repertoire is mostly arrangements, and is essentially short
and light pieces, appealing to a wider audience than "Toward the Sea".
The aim during recording was to retain the musicality and zest from a typical
concert performance. Light doesn't have to mean boring or unengaging,
which is quite evident when listening to "Rose"!
The audiences have been very positive and receptive to the music and the arrangements on "Rose". The Danish Radio 2 classical channel played excerpts from the CD in various programmes. As a curiosity, several florists have the CD on their shelves... a special flower indeed!
|Sonata in E minor|
|Toward the Sea (1980)|
|Suite op. 116|
"Toward the Sea" was recorded during 4 days in october 1999 at The
Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus with the brilliant engineer Claus Byrith.
It is the Duos first CD and the programme reflects a typical concert:
A mixed programme with music from the Baroque to the 20th century. The
CD contains the world premier recording of the work "Omveje" by the young
Danish composer Peter Bruun. The work was written for the duo and premiered
in September at Marianne Leths debut concert.
Toward the Sea was reviewed in Gitarra och Luta (S) and Classical Guitar (GB), see Reviews..