Edition·S works on The Danish Arts Foundation's playlist of recommended works

2020-06-17
The Danish Arts Foundation has made a playlist of their recommended songs of 2020 where several Edition·S works and composers with works at Edition·S are presented.


Since 2018, the Danish Arts Foundation has made yearly playlists of recommended songs on Spotify. We have collected the Edition·S works found on the list. Listen to the playlist

Ylva Lund BergnerMy Way (2017)
This piece is a part of Edition·S' series for music school students Educate·S for guitar. It is recorded by the young, talented guitarist Jonas Egholm in 2019 and released by Dacapo Records. Listen to the album

Martin Stauning: Tiptoeing on the Stairs (2016)
This piece is a part of another collection in the Educate·S series, pieces for violin. It is recorded by Cæcilie Balling and released by Dacapo Records in 2019. Listen to the album

Jeppe Just Christensen: Three Songs in 9 Movements (2015)
The Song is a part of the album Songs and Movements by SCENATET and Jeppe Just Instituttet released by Dacapo Records 2015. “It's about repetitions and a hopelessly stamping beauty, and you are no less of a happy human being by listening to Jeppe Just Instituttet and the chamber ensemble Scenatet worshipping the crooked and the nostalgic,” the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote. Listen to the album

Simon Christensen: Manifest (2012-2013)
Signe Madsen, Birgitte Bærentzen Pihl, Mina Fred, and Sofie Olsson recorded Manifest released by Dacapo Records in 2016. The piece is 75 minutes long and composed for 2 violins, viola, and cello. Following the release, MusicWeb International wrote: “If this is beautiful, it is most certainly a different beautiful than any other beautiful before”. Listen to the album

Jexper Holmen: Oort cloud (2009)
Oort Cloud is Jexper Holmen's remarkable breakthrough work commissioned by the Huddersfield Festival for Contemporary Music. It is a 40-minute piece for saxophone, 2 accordions, and live recording released by Dacapo Records in 2011 with Torben Snekkestad, Frode Andersen, and Frode Haltli. The Gapplegate Music Review wrote: “There is nothing quite like this piece out there. You may love it, you may hate it, but you cannot ignore it.” Listen to the album

Furthermore, works by Christian Winther ChristensenSteingrimur RohloffLine Tjørnhøj, and Peter Bruun are available on the playlist. 

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