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Three of my works highlighted in book

Three of my works highlighted in book

Musical imprints

My publisher Edition·S and Forlaget Grønningen 1 have published the book Musikalske aftryk – Dansk tonekunst gennem 150 år. It was published on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Edition·S.

The book is a great opportunity to revisit old stories from the classical music scene in Denmark and explore the new landscape that unfolds with the music composed today.

Three of my works are highlighted in the book:

Thank you to the authors Sanne Krogh Groth, Sune Anderberg and Anette Vandsø for their kind words about my pieces and congratulations to Edition·S with their anniversary!

In the video, you can hear Sanne Krogh Groth speak a little about her chapter of the book.

Page 46 and 47 of the book · photo: Stine Vejen

The three highlighted works

BEINTA en symfonisk sangcyklus
Photo: Ditte M. Joensen

BEINTA - a symphonic song cycle

Music Committee, Danish Arts Foundation, December 2016:

“BEINTA is a captivating, beautiful and dramatic symphonic poem, liberated from the boundaries of genres and tradition. The orchestration creates a particularly deep perspective in the piece with surprising details and the voice fully integrated. The listener is surrounded by the piece, which frames the dramatic complexity of inner landscapes. It’s tristesse and intriguing Nordic Noir.”

Ouvert' uropførelse
photo from the premiere in Musikhuset Aarhus, October 1st 2020

Ouvert' for orchestra

Rachel Einarsson, Jyllands-Posten, October 2nd 2020:

Ouvert’ is Allan Gravgaard Madsen’s first official work as composer-in-residence with the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. And one just wants more of his sound universe after experiencing this world premiere.

Allan Gravgaard Madsen Nachtmusik
photo: Søren Krabbe / DR P2

Nachtmusik for violin, piano and orchestra

Søren Schauser, culture journalist, September 20th 2019

“… [Gravgaard Madsen’s] pieces satisfy the concert halls’ growing urge for new poetic pieces.” […] “Nachtmusik went straight to the hearts of the 1600 audience members.”