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Reviewed Works: Holmboe: Works for a Cappella Choir: Songs to the Spring Abyss, Op.85; 2 Border Ballads, Op.110; 2 Psalms to Words by Ole Sarvig, Op.154; 4 Lagerkvist Songs, Op.34; Lauda, anima mea, Op.59c (Liber Canticorum: Vol.II); Omnia flumina, Op.54c (Liber Canticorum: Vol.I); Cantata profana: 'Frise', Op.103b by Sokkelund Sangkor, Morten Schuldt-Jensen, Vagn Holmboe; Norgard: 6 Danish Choral Songs. Motet: Wie ein kind. Holmboe: 2 Border Ballads, Op.110. Schultz: Denmark Revisited - 4 Choral Songs in Danish Lyrical Style; Lovely Fragrant Denmark (From 8 Songs) by Carmina Chamber Choir, Peter Hanke, Norgard, Schultz; Holmboe: Song at Sunset, Op.138b. Norholm: Suite Americana, Op.89. Grainger: Folksong Arrangements: Mo Nighean Dhu; O Mistress Mine; Six Dukes Went a-Fishing; Mary Thompson; Old Irish Tune. Britten: 5 Flower Songs, Op.47. Barber: Prayers of Kierkegaard, Op.30, Arr. Jesper Koch for Soprano, Tenor, Chorus, 2 Pianos and Percussion by Susanne Skov, Signe Asmussen, Peter Ketting, Jesper Koch, Christina Bjorkoe, Safri Duo, Camerata Chamber Choir, Michael Bojesen, Vagn Holmboe, Norholm, Grainger, Britten, Barber
Review by: Guy Rickards
New Series, No. 191 (Dec., 1994), pp. 62-64
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/945615
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