Karin Rehnqvist – Live

        Composer:
        Karin Rehnqvist

Karin RehnqvistEAN: 7393338300229                     Performer:
        Adolf Fredrik Girls´ Choir
        Bo Johansson
        Swedish Radio SO
        Manfred Honeck
        Marie Axelsson, voice
        Johanna Bölja Hertzberg
        Remix ensemble
        Franck Ollu
        Nederlands kamerkoor
        Nieuw Ensemble
        Ed Spanjaard
        Olle Persson
        Per Johansson
        Christiano Gualco
        Paolo Andreoli
        Bo Håkansson, timpani
        Lotta Tejle, recitation
        Thérèse Brunnander
        Geoffery Cox, oboe
        Swedish Chamber Choir
        Simon Phipps
        Ulrika Bodén
        Geoff Landmans
        Either/Or
        Jeanette Köhn
        Stockholm Cathedral Choir
        Gustaf Sjökvist´s Ch. Choir
        Royal Stockholm PhO
        Gustaf Sjökvist


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CDM 3002-2 Karin Rehnqvist – Live

Karin Rehnqvist is one of Sweden's best known and most widely performed composers.
From chamber music to orchestral, stage and vocal works, she has blazed a unique cross-genre trail, exploring
the borderland between art and folk music, and evolving a highly distinctive compositional and performance style.
One of her signature motifs is the extraordinary vocal technique of Kulning, the ancient call of Nordic herding
girls to drive in their flocks. A restless innovator, her repertoire is marked by an uncompromising invention,
raw emotional power and the icy shock of the new.

http://www.karin-rehnqvist.se/English/rehnqvistbiograp.html#


    Karin Rehnqvist

  • Ljus av ljus (Light of Light)
    - bright, shimmering

    - dark, compelling
    - bright, intense

  • Vem ropar? (Who´s that calling)

  • Salve Regina - Heavenly Queen
  • Musik till den sovande (Music for a sleeper)
  • Till Ängeln (To the Angel)
  • Till Ängeln med de brinnande händerna (To the Angel with the fiery hands)

  • Rädda mig ur dyn (Rescue me from the mire)
  • Hymn





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