Sean Hickey - A Pacifying Weapon (LP)
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Label: OUR Recordings
Cat No: OURLP001
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 12th May 2017
ArtistsMichala Petri (recorder)
Royal Danish Academy of Music Concert Band
Lapland Chamber Orchestra
Sharing honors with both the composer and the soloist are the phenomenally talented ensemble of young musicians from 11 nations, attending the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music, who appear for their very first professional recording under the direction of Jean Thorel.
Filling out the programme is Thomas Clausen’s charming Neo-Baroque Concertino for recorder and strings, originally released on Nordic Sound - Tribute to Axel Borup-Jørgensen (6220613).
As befits such a momentous release, OUR Recordings proudly announce their very first limited edition vinyl. Mastered by Grammy-nominated Danish wizard of sound, Preben Iwan in DXD format (352.8 kHz/32bit) sound!
Previous releases in Michala Petri’s “Concerto” series include the ICMA Award-nominee for Best Contemporary Recording, French and German Recorder Concertos (6220614), Danish and Faroese Recorder Concertos (6220609), winner of two FMAs (Faroese Music Awards) for “Best CD” and “Best Composition”; the Grammy-nominated Chinese Recorder Concertos (6220603), English Recorder Concertos (6220606), and the Grammy-nominated Movements (6220531).
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