This piano score, prepared by Per Salo, is based on the score published in the Carl Nielsen Edition, Series II volume 9. The piano score is as faithful as possible to the original orchestration while still being idiomatic for the piano. With a preface and list of abbreviations.
Sixteen articles examine various topics in the music of Nielsen, including his symphonies, organ preludes, flute concerto, use of metrical dissonance, and more. Also includes reviews and reports. With a bibliography. Music examples.
Contents: Flute Concerto / Nielsen -- Poem / Griffes -- Ballade / Martin -- Concerto / Ibert. With the South Jutland Symphony Orchestra. SACD.
Stinton performs flute concertos by Nielsen, Poulenc, Honegger and Ibert. Steuart Bedford conducts the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Helasvuo performs flute concertos by Heininen and Nielsen. With the Saimaa Sinfonietta.
With Samuel Coles, flute; Mark Van de Wiel, clarinet; and the Philharmonia Orchestra.
The Halle Orchestra plays music by Nielsen. Also includes the Entrance March from Aladdin. With Andrew Anderson, flute.
Contents: I. Allegro moderato -- II. Allegretto, un poco. With critical notes. This conductor's score is a photographic reproduction of the work as it appears in Vol. II/9 of the Carl Nielsen Works edition.
Jonathan Carney, violin; Kevin Banks, clarinet; Gareth Davies, flute; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kees Bakels.
Performers: Andrew Nicholson, Hallé Orchestra, Mark Elder, conductor.
This volume contains the three concertos composed by Nielsen: the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, opus 33; the Concerto for Flute and Orchestra; and the Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, opus 57. With a foreword, facsimile plates and critical commentary.
In two movements. With a preface in German and English. This fine concerto was composed in 1926; it was the first of what was supposed to be five concertos for the members of the Copenhagen Wind Quintet. Reprinted from an early edition.