ComposerScandinavian composers/Jean Sibelius/Edvard Grieg
ArtistIonian Singers/Timothy Salter
Instrumentschamber choir
LabelUsk Recordings (Usk 1218CD)
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Picture of CD of Scandinavian choral music performed by the Ionian Singers, conducted by Timothy Salter Artist: Ionian Singers and Timothy Salter
USK 1218CD
Music from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden ranging from the haunting to the exuberant.

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Tracks on this CD

Peter Erasmus Lange-Müller Tre Madonnasange Op.65
1.i Ave Maris Stella
2.ii Madonna over bølgerne
3.iii Salve Regina
Edvard Grieg Fire Salmer Op.74+
4.i Hvad est du dog skjøn
5.ii Gud's Søn har gjort mig fri
6.iii Jesus Kristus er opfaren
7.iv I Himmelen
Edvard Grieg Ave maris stella
8.Ave maris stella
Wilhelm Stenhammar Tre a cappella korsange
9.i September
10.ii I Seraillets have
11.iii Havde jeg, o havde jeg en dattersøn, o ja!
Selim Palmgren Selim Palmgren Kesäilta
Selim Palmgren Drömvisa
Selim Palmgren Kevätperhot
Jean Sibelius Män från slätten och havet Op.65a
15.Män från slätten och havet Op.65a
Jean Sibelius Rakastava Op.14
16.Rakastava Op.14

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