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DANISH BRASS 14

 

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LIGHT CLASSICS FOR TRUMPET AND ORGAN

PLAYED BY

KETIL CHRISTENSEN – TRUMPET

JENS E. CHRISTENSEN and PREBEN NØRGAARD CHRISTENSEN

– ORGAN

 

JENS E.. CHRISTENSEN and KETIL CHRISTENSEN

KETIL CHRISTENSEN studied at The Royal Danish Academy of Music with Kurt Petersen and became only 19 years old principal trumpet in The Royal Danish Orchestra. Co-founder of The Royal danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble and member of the chamber orchestra Collegium Musicum, Copenhagen. Has made many recordings and engagements as soloist. in 1980 he won a prize at the international competition for soloists in Munich and has later been a member of the jury at the same competition in 2018. Has been teaching trumpet at The royal Danish Academy of Music. The recipient of the Gade Scholarship and Gladsaxe Music Award.

JENS E. CHRISTENSEN (1946-) Organist at The Church of Our Saviour in Copenhagen. His concert career has taken him all over the world and many composers has written works dedicated to him.

PREBEN NØRGAARD CHRISTENSEN

Preben Nørgaard Christensen (1960 – 2016) was organist in Bistrup and Thisted churches, teacher at the Vestervig School of Music and the Academy of Music in Ålborg and one of the leading danish Brass Band conductors as well as conductor of  Thisted boys and mens choir. 

 

The most used instrument for playing with the organ is the trumpet. The trumpet symbolizes a messenger and when it illuminates through the organ’s broad sound it can express the deeply lyrical, the heroic, the divine and the down-to-earth. Ever since the Baroque era and up to today, composers and arrangers have taken advantage of these opportunities. On this recording, a number of arrangements of well-known pieces and original compositions show the many possibilities for expressions that are present when these two instruments appear together.

 

HENRY PURCELL: SOUND THE TRUMPET

Jens E. Christensen – organ with Olag Ploug-Jørgensen – trumpet

J.S. BACH: SCHÄFE KÖNNEN SICHER WEIDEN

Jens E. Christensen – organ. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

JEAN BAPTISTE LOEILLET: LITTLE SONATA

Preben Nørgaard Christensen – organ. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

 

I – ALLEGRO

II – LARGO

III – ALLEGRO

LEOPOLD MOZART: SUITE IN F – MAJOR

Jens E. Christensen – organ with Olag Ploug-Jørgensen – trumpet. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

I – MARCH

II – ARIA

II – POLONAISE

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: EXULTATE

Jens E. Christensen – organ. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: ELVIRA MADIGAN THEME

Jens E. Christensen – organ. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

JOSEPH-HECTOR FIOCCO: ALLEGRO for TRUMPET and ORGAN

Preben Nørgaard Christensen – organ. and arr.

FELIX MENDELSSOHN – BARTHOLDY: O, FOR THE WINGS OF A DOVE

Jens E. Christensen – organ. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

CHARLES GOUNOD: AVE MARIA

Jens E. Christensen – organ. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

IL EST NÉ, LE DIVIN ENFANT, FRENCH CAROL

Preben Nørgaard Christensen – organ and harpsichord and arr. With Bo Juel Christiansen – flute, Lars Ole Shmidt – piccolo trumpet

and the Moravian – Silesian Chamber Orchestra and Pavel Vitek conductor

TAMASO ALBINONI: ADAGIO

Jens E. Christensen – organ. Arr. Remo Glazzoto

ADOLPHE ADAM: CANTIQUE DU NOËL

Jens E. Christensen – organ with Olag Ploug-Jørgensen – piccolo trumpet. Arr.: Mogens Andresen

OSKAR LINDBERG: OLD SWEDISH HYMN TUNE

Preben Nørgaard Christensen – organ and arr., Lars Ole Shmidt – piccolo trumpet

and the Moravian – Silesian Chamber Orchestra and Pavel Vitek conductor

JEAN LANGLAIS: LITTLE SUITE

Preben Nørgaard Christensen – organ.

I – CANTABILE

II – MODERÉ

III – VIVO

ROLF WALIN: ELEGY

Arr.: Mogens Andresen, Preben Nørgaard Christensen – organ 

and the Moravian – Silesian Chamber Orchestra and Pavel Vitek conductor

Mogens Andresen