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Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) is the greatest composer Norway has fostered. In retrospect one may wonder how a country with neither national freedom nor a long tradition of art music could have produced a man of such genius. Up to 1814 Norway had been totally subject to Denmark, with Copenhagen as its cultural center. From 1814 to 1905 it was forced into a union with Sweden. The first half of the eighteenth century was a time of poverty in Norway and it was some time before it could assert itself among its Scandinavian brothers. But for the highly gifted these are perhaps the ideal conditions for providing impetus and nurturing growth. In the autumn of 1858, Edvard Grieg, then only 15 years old, went to the Leipzig Conservatory to study music. His teachers were among the most eminent in Europe, and four years later he left the Conservatory as a full-fledged musician and composer. In the years up to 1866, Grieg lived in Copenhagen, leaving it only to make brief study trips. Grieg's style was based on the German romantic tradition of music but bit by bit national awareness developed within him, coupled with a growing need to create a typical Norwegian style of music. His friendships and discussions with other young Norwegians also furthered this development. In Copenhagen Grieg had met Rikard Nordraak, whose patriotism reached its fullest expression in the choral setting of Norway's national anthem. In 1869 Grieg, on a state stipend, left for Italy. His encounter with Franz Liszt and the artistic circles in Rome gave him fresh inspiration and self-confidence. Fired with new energy and enthusiasm he returned to Christiania in 1870. There he initiated a fruitful cooperation with Bjornstjerne Bjornson, who for many years had been waiting for a composer who could write Norwegian music that would expand and bring to life his poems and dramas. Grieg's dramatic talents were put to a test when Henrik Ibsen asked him to write the incidental music to "Peer Gynt." This was no easy task for Grieg, but the music he wrote became one of the major works of the 1870s. In Grieg's own lifetime the "Peer Gynt" music scored a resounding international success thanks, not least, to the two orchestral suites which made the music accessible in the concert hall. A number of music researchers have pointed to the significance of Grieg's later works on the French impressionists' search for a new world of sound. After Grieg's death Maurice Ravel visited Oslo, where he was asked, whether Norwegian music had influenced him. His answer was: "I am fairly certain, that Edvard Grieg's influence was much more significant in non-nordic countries than here in the north. The generation of French composers, which I am part of, was strongly attracted by Grieg's music. Next to Debussy there's no other composer, whom I feel more related to, than Grieg." Bela Bartok, who attempted to renew musical style in the twentieth century on the basis of folk music, also received important impulses from Grieg's piano adaptations of such melodies. Edvard Grieg's goal was to create a national form of music which could give the Norwegian people an identity, and in this respect he was an inspiration to other composers. But the greatness of his works lies not just in this, but in the fact that he also succeeded in expressing thoughts and emotions which could be recognized everywhere; music which people could identify with. Grieg's music transcended national boundaries. Viewed in this perspective, it is evident that he was far more than just a national composer. Peer Gynt Suite No.1 Performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra Herbert von Karajan, Conductor
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Composer: Edvard Hagerup Grieg Conductor: Bjarte Engeset Concertmaster: Adrian G. Selfjord Peer Gynt: Suite No.1 op. 46 Suite No.2 op. 55 Excerpts from the stage music op. 23 00:00 I. Prelude: At the Wedding (I brudlaupsgarden) op. 23 05:30 II. The Abduction of the Bride. Ingrid's Lament (Bruderovet / Ingrids klage) op. 55 10:24 III. Dance of the Mountain King's Daughter (Dans av Dovregubbens datter) op. 23 12:21 IV. In the Hall of the Mountain King (I Dovregubbens hall) op. 46 15:28 V. The Death of Åse (Åses død) op. 46 20:14 VI. Morning Mood (Morgenstemning) op. 46 24:39 VII. Arabian Dance (Arabisk dans) op. 55 29:42 VIII. Anitra's Dance (Anitras dans) op. 46 33:31 IX. Peer Gynt's Homecoming (Peer Gynts hjemfart) op. 55 36:30 X. Shipwreck (Skipsforliset) op. 23 38:19 XI. Solveig's Song (Solveigs sang) op. 55 Edvard Griegs maleriske, dramatiske og vakre musikk til Henrik Ibsens skuespill Peer Gynt. #Grieg #EdvardGrieg #PeerGynt #BjarteEngeset #Suite #Ibsen #HenrikIbsen #SymphonyOrchestra #symphony #Violin #KSO #kristiansandsymphonyorchestra #1876 Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra 🤍kildenkrs ➡ Facebook: 🤍 ➡ Instagram: 🤍 ➡ Spotify: 🤍
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Peer Gynt es un drama del escritor Noruego Henrik Ibsen. Fue escrito en 1867, e interpretado por primera vez en Oslo (entonces llamada Christiania) el 24 de febrero de 1876, con música incidental del compositor noruego Edvard Grieg.
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London Symphony Orchestra & Olso Philharmonic Chorus conducted by Per Dreier. Act I I - Prelude: At the wedding garden. Allegro con brio - Poco Andante - Un poco Allegro - Poco andante - Vivace - Poco andante - Allegro con brio: 0:00 II - The Bridal Procession passes. Alla marcia: 5:19 III - Two folk dances: (I) Halling dance. Allegretto: 8:44 (II) Springar dance. Allegro moderato: 10:08 Act II IV - Prelude: The Abduction of the Bride and Ingrid's Lament. Allegro furioso - Andante - Andante doloroso - Allegro furioso - Andante: 12:16 V - Peer Gynt and the Herd-Girls. Allegro marcato - Molto meno allegro - Poco più allegro - A tempo vivo - Tempo I - Quasi presto: 17:03 VI - Peer Gynt and the Woman in Green. Andante: 20:50 VII - Peer Gynt: ''You can tell great men by the style of their mounts!''. Presto: 22:49 VIII - In the Hall of the Mountain King. Alla marcia e molto marcato - Più vivo: 23:15 IX - Three norwegian dances. Allegro marcato (25:44) - Allegretto tranquillo e grazioso (32:35) - Allegro moderato alla marcia (35:02) X - Dance of the Mountain King's Daughter. Allegretto alla burla - Presto: 38:38 XI - Peer Gynt hunted by the trolls. Presto: 40:35 XII - Peer Gynt and the Bøyg. Andante - Allegro - Andante: 42:37 Act III XIII - Prelude: Deep inside the pine forest. Largo: 46:31 XIV - Solveig's song. Andante - Allegretto tranquillamente - Tempo I - Allegretto tranquillamente - Tempo I: 48:37 XV - The death of Åse. Andante doloroso: 53:51 Act IV XVI - Prelude: Morning Mood. Allegretto pastorale - Più tranquillo: 58:23 XVII - The Thief and the Receiver. Presto: 1:02:22 XVIII - Arabian Dance. Allegretto vivace: 1:03:51 XIX - Anitra's Dance. Tempo di Mazurka: 1:08:52 XX - Peer Gynt's Serenade. Poco Andante - Allegretto - Allegro - Tempo I - Tranquillo e dolce - Allegro molto: 1:12:31 XXI - Peer Gynt and Anitra. Allegro vivace - Poco meno allegro - Prestissimo - Molto più lento, quasi moderato: 1:15:32 XXII - Solveig's Song. Un poco Andante - Allegretto tranquillamente - Tempo I - Con moto - Allegretto tranquillamente - Tempo I: 1:17:03 XXIII - Peer Gynt at the Statue of Memnon. Largo: 1:22:16 Act V XXIV - Prelude: Peer Gynt's homecoming, stormy evening on the sea. Allegro agitato: 1:24:26 XXV - Shipwreck. Allegro moderato - Allegro marcato e sempre stretto - Presto - Andante: 1:28:11 XXVI - Day scene: 1:29:09 XXVII - Solveig sings in the hut. Andante: 1:30:36 XXVIII - Night scene. Adagio - Un poco Allegro - Andante - Poco più animato - Allegro agitato e stretto - Andante - Adagio - Allegro: 1:31:54 XXIX - Whitsun Hymn: ''Oh Blessed morning''. Langsam: 1:39:08 XXX - Solveig's Cradle Song. Lento - Tranquillo: 1:40:10 "Peer Gynt" Op.23, is the incidental music to Henrik Ibsen's 1867 play of the same name, written by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg in 1875. It premiered along with the play on 24 February 1876 in Christiania (now Oslo). Grieg later created two suites from his Peer Gynt music. Some of the music from these suites have received coverage in popular culture. Edvard Grieg was one of the definitive leaders of Scandinavian music and his influence was great. Although composing many short piano pieces and chamber works, the work Grieg did for Henrik Ibsen stood out. When Ibsen asked Grieg to write music for the play in 1874, he reluctantly agreed. However, it was much more difficult for Grieg than he imagined. "Peer Gynt progresses slowly," he wrote to a friend in August 1874, “and there is no possibility of having it finished by autumn. It is a terribly unmanageable subject.” "The more he saturated his mind with the powerful poem, the more clearly he saw that he was the right man for a work of such witchery and so permeated with the Norwegian spirit," his wife wrote of him and his music. Even though the premiere was a "triumphant success", it prompted Grieg to complain bitterly that the Swedish management of the theatre had given him specifications as to the duration of each number and its order: "I was thus compelled to do patchwork... In no case I had the opportunity to write as I wanted... Hence the brevity of the pieces" he said. Originally, Grieg composed 90 minutes of orchestral music for the play, he later went back and extracted certain sections for the suites. Peer Gynt's travels around the world and distant lands are represented by the instruments Grieg chooses to use. For many years, the suites were the only parts of the music that were available, as the original score was not published until 1908, one year after Grieg's death, by Johan Halvorsen. The complete score of the incidental music includes several songs and choral pieces. The complete score was believed to be lost until the 1980s and has been performed in its entirety only since then. Source: 🤍 To check the score: 🤍
Meer klassiek: 🤍 Limburgs Symfonie Orkest ol.v. Otto Tausk Edvard Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite no.1, op.46 I Ochtendgloren II Aases dood III Anitra's dans IV In de hal van de bergkoning Opgenomen tijdens het Zondagochtend Concert, 2 september 2012, Concertgebouw Amsterdam / More classical concerts at: 🤍 Limburg Symphony Orchestra - Otto Tausk, conductor Edvard Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite no.1, op.46 I Morning Mood II Death of Åse III Anitra's Dance IV In the Hall of the Mountain King Recorded at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the 2nd of september 2012
Recorded live at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, November 27 2016. Netherlands Chamber Orchestra / Nederlands Kamerorkest Gordan Nikolic (violin / concertmaster) Holberg Suite by Edvard Grieg. 🤍orkest.nl
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You are walking down into the heart of a mountain. In it, you are told, is the one you've come to see. Welcome to the hall...of the Mountain King. (Please...Don't mention the Nightmare Before Christmas.)
Edvard Grieg Work: Peer Gynt, Op.23, Play with music in five acts, first performance 27 February 1876, Christiania (Oslo) Libretto: Henrik Ibsen I Dovregubbens hall / In the Hall of the Mountain King (Original verision) Peer Gynt: Hans Jakob Sand The Mountain King: Erik Hivju Trolls: Malmö Chamber Choir & Boys' and Girls' Choruses of the Lund Cultural School Orchestra: Malmö Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Bjarte Engeset Text: (The troll-courtiers): Slagt ham! Kristenmands søn har dåret Dovregubbens veneste mø! Slagt ham! Slagt ham! (a troll-imp): Må jeg skjære ham i fingeren? (another troll-imp): Må jeg rive ham i håret? (a troll-maiden): Hu, hej, lad mig bide ham i låret! (a troll-witch with a ladle): Skal han lages til sod og sø? (another troll-witch, with a butcher knife): Skal han steges på spid eller brunes i gryde? (the Mountain King): Isvand i blodet!
Edvard Grieg: Norwegische Tänze ∙ (Orchesterbearbeitung von Hans Sitt) ∙ (Auftritt) 00:00 ∙ I. Allegro marcato 00:40 ∙ II. Allegretto tranquillo e grazioso 06:29 ∙ III. Allegro moderato alla Marcia – Tranquillo 8:57 ∙ IV. Allegro molto – Presto e con brio – Prestissimo 12:18 ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester (Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra) ∙ Paavo Järvi, Dirigent ∙ Alte Oper Frankfurt, 19. April 2013 ∙ Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
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Grieg: Peer Gynt "In the Hall of the Mountain King"/ Elisey Mysin 2017 👍 Subscribe: 🤍 📷Instagram: 🤍 Выступление на закрытии Международного конкурса пианистов Astana Piano Passion в 2017 году. Grieg: Peer Gynt "In the Hall of the Mountain King" Солист: Елисей Мысин 6 лет Выступление Елисея на 1 туре конкурса: 🤍 Выступление Елисея на 2 туре конкурса: 🤍 «В пещере горного короля» — композиция из сюиты норвежского композитора Эдварда Грига на пьесу Генрика Ибсена «Пер Гюнт». Премьера состоялась 24 февраля 1896 года в Осло. Композиция является наиболее известным и узнаваемым произведением Грига и одной из самых популярных классических мелодий. Является довольно популярной и в наши дни. В пьесе эта композиция звучит при вступлении горного короля и его троллей в его тронную пещеру. Благодаря этому, а также своему звучанию «В пещере горного короля» ассоциируется с троллями, а также с мистикой и таинственной атмосферой вообще. link to this video: 🤍 Playlist: solo performances: 🤍 Playlist: performances with orchestra 🤍 Playlist: best videos 🤍 📷Instagram: 🤍 #eliseymysin #eliseymysin #grig #classicalmusic #studymusic #pianomusic #baroque #instrumental music
Edvard Hagerup Grieg (15 June 1843 – 4 September 1907) was a Norwegian composer and pianist. He is widely considered one of the leading Romantic era composers, and his music is part of the standard classical repertoire worldwide. His use and development of Norwegian folk music in his own compositions brought the music of Norway to international consciousness, as well as helping to develop a national identity, much as Jean Sibelius and Bedřich Smetana did in Finland and Bohemia, respectively. Please support my channel: 🤍 Symphonic Dances, Op. 64 (1897) Dance No. 1, G major, Allegro moderato e marcato (0:00) Dance No. 2, A major, Allegretto grazioso (5:37) Dance No. 3, D major, Allegro giocoso (12:02) Dance No. 4, A minor, Andante - Allegro risoluto (18:38) Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Paavo Berglund The four Symphonic Dances Op. 64 were written c. 1896 and published in 1897. They draw their inspiration from the earlier folk works collected by Ludvig Mathias Lindeman. These pieces have become known latterly by being associated with the TV adaptations of E. Nesbit's book "The Railway Children", published in 1906 and thus almost contemporaneous with Grieg's music. The first two series were shown by the BBC in 1951 and 1957 and Grieg's music was used in both, with some scenes from the first series being re-used for the second. However, the best known was the third series, shown in 1968, which featured the actress Jenny Agutter as the eldest of the three children of the title. Again, remarkably, the same music was used, and the most famously known piece was the slower and beautifully melodic excerpt from the second dance: in fact, this piece was only used as the closing theme, perfectly suiting the poignancy of the emotionally moving story lines. The opening music was actually another excerpt, this time with a brighter piece taken from the fourth dance, cleverly chosen to introduce the programs with a somewhat lighter mood, which subtly intertwines harmonic content from the other extract, hinting at the darker side of what is, at times, a rather sad tale of children separated from their father, perhaps associated with Nesbit having lost her father just before she reached the age of four. The fact that the music was itself adapted from folk tunes may explain the deep resonances which are struck by the use of the Grieg music in this universal and touching story.
Conductor : Matthias Pintscher Edvard Grieg (1843–1907) Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16 la mineur · a-Moll I Allegro molto moderato 0:22 II Adagio – Attacca 10:30 III Allegro moderato molto e marcato – Quasi presto – Andante maestoso 19:00
Allegro Molto Moderato (0:02) [13.11] Adagio (13:14) [6.05] Allegro Moderato Molto E Marcato Quasi Presto Andante Maestoso (19:20) [10.20] This concerto in three movements was composed by Edvard Grieg in 1868. Performer Dubravka Tomsic Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana Conductor: Anton Nanut Recorded in 1992, the track from the album The Essential Grieg, Digital Recording DDD Stereo ESS 2453, © 1992 SELCOR LTD Music of APM Music AdRev for a 3rd Party, AdRev for a 3rd Party/ X5 Music Group and The Orchard Music/ Red Note OMP
Morgenstimmung. Morning Mood. Peer Gynt Suite No 1. Opus 46. Edvard Grieg. Beginning with nature sound. Marino,s Choice.Edited by Marino van Wakeren
Composer: Edvard Hagerup Grieg (15 June 1843 4 September 1907) Performers: Copenhagen String Quartet [Tutter Givskov (violin), Mogens Lydolph (violin), Mogens Bruun (viola), Asger Lund Christiansen (violoncello)] String Quartet No. 1 in g minor, Op. 27, written in 1877-1878 00:00 - I. Un poco Andante - Allegro molto ed agitato 11:54 - II. Romanze 18:05 - III. Intermezzo 24:29 - IV. Finale. Lento - Presto al Saltarello Grieg was, at root, a miniaturist. He did not often work in the large scale of the sonata form; his entire completed literature in this form consists of a symphony that he suppressed, one concerto, one cello sonata, three violin sonatas, and this quartet. (Later, he wrote two movements toward another one.) It was composed in 1877-1878. It is an exceedingly attractive and untroubled work, with a melodic spirit that recalls his best songs or piano works. One song-like figure in particular is used throughout. Grieg does treat his material in sonata fashion, but not rigorously. There is a feeling of Norwegian peasant dances in the scherzo, while the finale trots merrily with a saltarello rhythm. It is, in short, a lovable work, heartwarming in the way that Grieg's music so often is. The first performance of the quartet took place in Cologne in October 1878, by a quartet led by the work's dedicatee, violinist Robert Heckmann. [allmusic.com] Original Audio: 🤍
If I had to choose my favorite piece of music for the human voice, it would undoubtebly be Solveig's Song from Grieg's "Peer Gynt". It's in the deceptive simplicity of the piece where lies the beauty. But, strangely enough, of all the versions available there is not one which seems to be the ultimate version. Even Lucia Popp's version, good as it is, is lacking something. The present recording doesn't feature any singers at all, replacing the singer with violins. It remains my favorite version of this song, as it somehow manages to capture each strand of Solveig's sorrow. I hope you will enjoy this :-)! P.S. If possible, I would be quite interested in learning your favorite renditions of this song ;-)!
Edvard Grieg was born in 1843 in Bergen, Norway. Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46, is a collection of music originally written for the 1876 premiere of Henrik Ibsen’s play Peer Gynt. Anitra’s Dance was written for a scene in Act IV that takes place in Morocco. Anitra’s Dance is placed third in the four-movement suite and features the triangle as well as pizzicato, or plucked, notes in the strings. ▶️ More from Edvard Grieg: 🤍 list=PLO09Th4dLYVmaivu1u_OELqf0OypdxMyd 🔔 Subscribe to The Wicked North for the very best in classical music: 🤍 #ClassicalMusic #EdvardGrieg
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Marita Solberg - Norwegian soprano Beautiful voice, good technic, simple and charming. This is the best interpretation. Marita is the best in this song.
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