Lindberg - Graffiti, Seht die Sonne
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Cat No: ODE11572
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 1st March 2010
ArtistsHelsinki Chamber Choir
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Seht die Sonne (“Behold the Sun”, 2007) is an ideal example of his recent, more approachable style.
Grafitti (2009) is Magnus Lindberg’s first large-scale choral work with orchestra, which earned him the 2009 Finnish Composer Society’s Award. The sung texts are a selection of 2000-year-old Latin graffiti inscriptions from the walls of excavated Pompeii houses.
Sakari Oramo and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra are experienced champions of their compatriot’s music - their recording of Sculpture / Campana in aria / Concerto for orchestra was listed by the New York Times among a selection of the 22 most notable recordings of 2008.
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