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Emperor's New Clothes


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Audio CD, 23 October 2020
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  • Package Dimensions : 14.2 x 12.4 x 1 cm; 120 Grams
  • Manufacturer : Dacapo
  • Original Release Date : 2020
  • Label : Dacapo
  • ASIN : B08H5FVG6Q
  • Number of discs : 1

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Bo Holten has composed more than 100 works including symphonies, solo concertos, works for chorus and orchestra, operas, and musicals. He has also written works for chamber ensembles, song cycles, and pieces for percussion ensemble, as well as scores for films and television series. He is regarded as Denmarks most prolific composer of lyric theatre and is an internationally renowned conductor. This newly-recorded retrospective includes three of his most cherished concert works: a charismatic concert opera based on Hans Christian Andersens The Emperors New Clothes, a touching song cycle to evocative poetry by Sophus Claussen and an oboe concerto inspired by the instruments unique lyrical capabilities. All three reveal Holtens characteristic combination of wit and profundity, all the more so under his own musical direction.

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