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Release date: 03 Jun 2008, 2L-050


TrondheimSolistene, Anders Nilsson, Øyvind Gimse, Geir Inge Lotsberg


Benjamin Britten, Grażyna Bacewicz, Terje Bjørklund, Béla Bartók






Early 20th

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Benjamin Britten: Simple Symphony, Op 4 15:27   $
I. Boisterous Bourree 03:02   $
II. Playful Pizzicato 03:08   $
III. Sentimental Saraband 06:22   $
IV. Frolicsome Finale 02:55   $
Grazyna Bacewicz: Concerto for String Orchestra 15:21   $
I. Allegro 05:13   $
II. Andante 05:02   $
III. Vivo 05:06   $
Terje Bjørklund: Carmina 13:09   $
Carmina 13:09   $
Béla Bartók: Divertimento for Strings, Sz 113 24:58   $
I. Allegro non Troppo 08:54   $
II. Molto Adagio 08:53   $
III. Allegro Assai 07:11   $

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The divertimento as a musical genre dates back to the nineteenth century. Divertimenti were composed for various social occasions and were intended to be light, uncomplicated and cheerful. Such pieces were often scored for small string ensemble. Over the years this effortless, elegant form has appeared in many different musical styles and, to a large extent, set the standard for the virtuosic chamber music we know today. A number of the most prominent composers of our age have engaged with this most fascinating musical style and have contributed to its further refinement as a chamber-symphonic showpiece.


Category Orchestral

Period Early 20th

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