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The Natural World of Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen

Label: Dacapo
Release: 2011
Genre: Classical

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Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen (1932-)

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Paul Hillier - Conductor
Paul Hillier is from Dorset in England and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. His career has embraced singing, conducting, and writing about music. Earlier in his career he was founding director of the Hilliard Ensemble, and subsequently founded Theatre of Voices. He has taught in the USA at the University of California campuses at Santa Cruz and Davis, and from 1996-2003 was Director of the Early Music Institute at Indiana University. He was Principal Conductor of the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir (2001-2007) and has been Chief Conductor of since 2003. His recordings, over a hundred CDs including seven solo recitals, have earned worldwide acclaim and won numerous prizes. His books about Arvo Pärt and Steve Reich, together with numerous anthologies of choral music, are published by Oxford University Press. In 2006 he was awarded an OBE for services to choral music. In 2007 he received the Order of the White Star of Estonia, and was awarded a Grammy for Best Choral Recording. In 2008 he became Chief Conductor of the National Chamber Choir of Ireland and was appointed artistic director of the Coro Casa da Música in Porto. During 2009 he was artist in residence at Yale University’s Institute for Sacred Music, and Springfield Music Lecture at Rhodes College, Memphis.

Ars Nova Copenhagen - Ensemble
Ars Nova Copenhagen is widely recognized as one of the finest vocal ensembles in Europe. Founded in 1979, the ensemble today is busier than ever. In addition to its annual season of concerts in Copenhagen and throughout Denmark, the ensemble regularly appears across Europe, and in North and South America. At the heart of Ars Nova Copenhagen's work is its equal dedication to early music and new music. Some programs explore the cross-currents between the two, while others form detailed portraits of individual composers or genres within a given period.

Since its beginning, Ars Nova has worked closely with some of the most important Danish and Scandinavian composers like Per Nørgård, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, Bent Sørensen, Sven-David Sandström, and each season, the group invites a composer in residence: Toivo Tulev (Estonia) in 2007, Bernd Franke (Germany) 2008, Sunleif Rasmussen (Faroe Islands) 2009 and Áskell Másson (Iceland) 2010.

Ars Nova is also building collaborations with creative artists in different fields such as drama, film and ballet, as well as cultivating new modes of concert performance and innovative repertoire. Besides the concerts, Ars Nova produces a number of CDs each year - both on its own record label, Ars Nova Records, and for labels such as Dacapo Records and Harmonia Mundi. Ars Nova Copenhagen is sponsored by The Danish Cultural Ministry, the Danish Association of Professional Choruses and a number of private Danish foundations.

Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen - Composer
A unique personality in Danish musical life, the most grotesquely humorous of the large generation of Danish composers born in the inter-war years, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen is - like his contemporary colleagues - preoccupied at an early stage with Stravinsky, Bartók and Hindemith, but from about 1960 plunged into experiments with serialism. He was among the Danish composers who, at the end of the sixties, rejected the serialist techniques in favour of a "new simplicity". After this his music was typified by repetitions, not in the minimalist sense, but as absurdist provocation. Some of the many influences in his music that can be mentioned at random are Baroque music, Pygmy music, jazz, plainchant, the sounds of everyday life and sheer noise - and to a very great extent the master of the absurd, the author Samuel Beckett. Gudmundsen-Holmgreen's output is large. Among his orchestral works are the award-winning Symfoni - Antifoni, his Concerto Grosso for string quartet and orchestra, and a new Cello Concerto. He has also written many chamber works, choral works and works for solo instruments.

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