Album
   
Album title
The Horn in Romanticism
Performer

Steinar Granmo Nilsen, historical horns
Kristin Fossheim, fortepiano

Catalogue #
2L-162-SABD
EAN13
7041888525523
ISRC-code
NOMPP2005010-080

Disc 1
Hybrid SACD
MCH 5.0 DSD
Stereo DSD
Disc 2

Pure Audio Blu-ray
2.0 LPCM 192/24
5.0 DTS HDMA 192/24
7.0.4 Auro-3D 96kHz
7.0.4 Dolby Atmos 48kHz
mShuttle: MQA + FLAC + MP3
Region: ABC - worldwide


Release date
October 2020
Recording date
June 2019
Location
Sofienberg Church, Norway
Original source
DXD (352.8kHz/24bit)
 

The Horn in Romanticism

The sound of the horn epitomized stormy emotions for composers of Romantic music. Robert Schumann is said to have spoken of the horn as being the orchestra's soul. For poets, the horn's sound was a symbol of the soul's longing. For horn players, however, what was at stake for much of the Romantic period was the soul of the horn itself, for it was an instrument that faced experiment and change occasioned by new technology, notably the invention of the valve. This recording explores and illustrates this important era in the evolution of the horn.

Paul Dukas, Charles Gounod, Camille Saint-Saëns, Emanuel Chabrier, Carl Czerny, Franz Strauss, Robert Schumann and Richard Strauss

Recording sessions: Facebook Photo Album


Klangen av hornet er selve kjennemerket for det stormfulle uttrykket i den romantiske musikken. Komponisten Robert Schumann skal ha omtalt hornet som orkesterets sjel. I litteraturen lot dikterne hornets klang være symbol for sjelens lengsel. For hornistenes egen del gikk store deler av epoken med til kampen om selve hornets sjel da den tekniske utviklingen skulle bringe oppfinnelsen av ventilene på banen. 

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