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GRAMOPHONE CLASSICAL MUSIC AWARDS

VINDERNE 2019

Gramophones prestigefyldte priser er nu blevet udvalgt. Du kan se de endelige vindere her nedenfor.
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Image The Three Sonatas: Late Works
The Chamber category has been won by the recording of Debussy’s Les Trois Sonates (The Late Works) with Isabelle Faust (violin), Alexander Melnikov (piano), Tanguy de Williencourt (piano), Magali Mosnier (flute), Antoine Tamestit (viola), Xavier de Maistre (harp), Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello), Javier Perianes (piano), released on the Harmonia Mundi label.

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Image Abendmusiken
Following on from their 2018 Gramophone Award nomination and 2012 Recording of the Year triumph, Vox Luminis and Lionel Meunier win the Choral category this year with Ensemble Masques and Oliver Fortin for their recording of Buxtehude’s Abendmusiken on the Alpha Classics label. Gramophone said that Vox Luminis ‘do not disappoint, charting the emotional contours of Buxtehude’s music with exquisite understanding and demonstrating their now familiar deep but lucid choral blend, out of which expertly executed solos emerge and return.’

EDITOR'S CHOICE SEPTEMBER 2018

"Another wonderful recording from our 2012 Recording of the Year winners, the blend, beauty of line and sense of atmosphere and drama making for a reveting listen"

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Image Hamlet (DVD)
The Contemporary category (sponsored by PPL & PRS for Music) has been won by the Opus Arte DVD of Brett Dean’s Hamlet from its Glyndebourne premiere production. Soloists on the recording include Allan Clayton (Hamlet), Sarah Connolly (Gertrude), Barbara Hannigan (Ophelia), Rod Gilfry (Claudius), Kim Begley (Polonius), John Tomlinson (Ghost/Grave-Digger/Player-King) and Jacques Imbrailo (Horatio) with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Glyndebourne Chorus conducted by Vladimir Jurowski. Gramophone hailed the work as ‘a huge and heartening endorsement of operatic and theatrical principles in an age of musical plurality and patchy experimentation.’

kr. 239,95
Image Requiem
The Early Music category sees a Portuguese ensemble tackle native repertory: Cupertinos and Luís Toscano take the Award for their recording of Manuel Cardoso’s Requiem, Lamentations, Magnificat and Motets on the Hyperion label. A relatively recently discovered composer, this recording joins that of other distinguished vocal groups which have brought Cardoso’s works into the limelight.

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Image La Reine de Chypre (2 CD + Book)
The Opera category (sponsored by E Gutzwiller et Cie, Private Bankers) has been won by a recording of Halévy’s La Reine de Chype from label Bru Zane with the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris under Hervé Niquet with the Chœur de la radio flamande, and soloists Véronique Gens, Cyrille Dubois, Étienne Dupuis, Éric Huchet, Christophoros Stamboglis, Artavazd Sargsyan and Tomislav Lavoie. The Gramophonereview said: ‘Chorus, orchestra and Hervé Niquet’s conducting are exemplary. An absolutely thrilling recording.’

EDITOR'S CHOICE SEPTEMBER 2018

"Characterful singing from a superb cast, all shaped perfectly by Niquet"

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Image Symphonies Nos. 2 & 6 including Jacob Gade's Tango
In a follow-up to its recording of Per Nørgård’s First and Eighth Symphonies (a 2015 Contemporary Award winner), the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under Sakari Oramo win this year’s Orchestral Award for Rued Langgaard’s Symphonies Nos 2 and 6 on the Dacapo label. Gramophone called this recording ‘A mandatory purchase for its interpretative insights, committed playing and tangibly realistic sound’.

VINDER af P2 Prisen: Årets Klassiske Album 2019

Rued Langgaard – Symphonies Nos. 2 & 6 including Jacob Gade's Tango Jalousie.


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Det er simpelthen rart at mærke Wienerfilharmonikerne give Langgaard kærlighed Politiken


Og Wiener Filharmonikerne har taget Rued Langgaard til sig, det var der ingen af os, der så komme, og Sakari Oramo, som til daglig er chef for BBC Symfonikerne og Stockholm Filharmonikerne, har her været en kompetent og åndsbeslægtet brobygger mellem dansk og østrigsk musikliv.
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