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    New recording of the Motet from my All Hallows Mass

    Here is a new recording of the All Hallows Mass (Allehelgen-Messe) Motet "Alting har sin tid på jorden" ("Everything has its time on earth"), performed by Lise-Marie Groll (soprano), Bennie Sanden Reebirk (organ), and Klaus Munk-Nielsen (cello):



    It's a "reduced version", as the full score calls for choir as well - but it works quite well even without, I think.

    Download the score here (PDF). The text is by Iben Krogsdal and can be found here (in Danish).

    Kind regards,
    Frederik

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    Thanks for posting. Enjoyed as usual your work. Hope that young lady in your life now is doing well.Take care..
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    Thank you, Bill!

    Katharina is doing very well!

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    Frederik,

    Absolutely gorgeous ... leaves me with goosebumps after listening - the soloist does an excellent delivery in tone and expression.

    Was this recorded at Jørlunde Kirke?

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    Thank you, Lars! Indeed, I think the soprano (Lise-Marie Groll) does a very good job!

    It wasn't recorded in Jørlunde though, as it's part of a new CD she releasing together with the organist in "Skelgårdskirken" in Copenhagen, Bennie Sanden Reebirk, containing French (and Danish) music for soprano and organ. Thus, it's recorded in that church. I did the recording myself, btw.

    The organ is a Frobenius from 1992, and incidentally the specs happens to have been made by my old theory and composition-teacher Leif Thybo. A fine instrument in my opinion.

    Stop list:

    I. Hovedværk (Great Organ):
    Principal 8´
    Rørfløjte 8´
    Oktav 4´
    Gedaktfløjte 4´
    Oktav 2´
    Mixtur III
    Fagot 16´
    Trompet 8´

    II. Svelleværk (Swell Organ):
    Bordun 8´
    Gambe 8´
    Celeste 8´
    Kobbelfløjte 4´
    Quint 2 2/3´
    Waldfløjte 2´
    Terts 1 3/5´
    Quint 1 1/3´
    Oktav 1´
    Obo 8´

    Pedal:
    Subbas 16´
    Principal 8´ (Gt)
    Rørfløjte 8´ (Gt)
    Oktav 4´ (Gt)
    Fagot 16´(Gt)
    Skalmeje 4´

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