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Henning Sommerro: Ujamaa & The Iceberg - Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Choir, Ingar Heine Bergby
Henning Sommerro: Ujamaa & The Iceberg - Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Choir, Ingar Heine Bergby
Henning Sommerro: Ujamaa & The Iceberg - Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Choir, Ingar Heine Bergby
Henning Sommerro: Ujamaa & The Iceberg - Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Choir, Ingar Heine Bergby
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Composer Henning Sommerro moves rapidly, criss-crossing his musical stage. The space in which he moves has expanded: "All the world's a stage". In an open room unforeseeable things take place; things mature, and grow. New elements are created, old ones are modified, and earlier contours are erased. With a respectful greeting we are drawn on by the promise of something bigger; the title UJAMAA sounds playful, slightly mystical. It is Swahili, and it means coming together in brotherhood.

Where opposites meet there is hope – that precious quality we carry with us that can foreshadow our way ahead. On this album Henning Sommerro invites us to listen to two of his large-scale works for soloists and orchestra: Ujamaa and The Iceberg. Both are composed as cantatas. In Ujamaa we move, as if in a series of dream-pictures, between the world's five continents. In The Iceberg interpersonal relationships are manifested through the voice of Eva Sars, wife of the explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanist and Nobel laureate Fridtjof Nansen. In these works there is a tension between large-scale and small-scale spheres – this in a background narrative in which hope is a steadfast element.

Art should be a genuine echo of the artist's intentions and perceptions. In the classical music tradition these are transmitted through a score, and are then handed on as if through a chain of handshakes, from the composer to the performer, interleaved in the creative process of the recording arts – and then to the listener.

Best Immersive Audio Album 61st GRAMMY Nominee

Featured soloists: Lena Willemark ("kulning" and vocal), John Pål Inderberg (saxophones), Rik De Geyter (bass clarinet), Espen Aalberg (percussion), Eir Inderhaug (soprano) and Florin Demit (baritone).

Recording sessions: Facebook Photo Album

Immersive Audio is a sonic sculpture that you can literally move around and relate to spatially; surrounded by music you can move about in the aural space and choose angles, vantage points and positions. Dolby Atmos and the Auro-3D on this Pure Audio Blu-ray delivers a new standard in immersion, fully enveloping the audience in a cocoon of life-like audio. Recorded in discrete 11.1 at DXD resolution.

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Album title
Henning Sommerro: Ujamaa & The Iceberg
Performer

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Choir
Ingar Heine Bergby, conductor
Lena Willemark, kulning and vocal
John Pål Inderberg, saxophones
Rik De Geyter, bass clarinet 
Espen Aalberg, percussion 
Eir Inderhaug, soprano
Florin Demit, baritone

Catalogue #
2L-146-SABD
EAN13
7041888523826
ISRC-code
NOMPP1802010-110
Disc 1
Hybrid SACD
MCH 5.1 DSD
Stereo DSD
RedBook PCM: MQA CD
Disc 2

Pure Audio Blu-ray
2.0 LPCM 192/24
5.1 DTS HDMA 192/24
7.1.4 Auro-3D 96kHz
7.1.4 Dolby Atmos 48kHz
mShuttle: MQA + MP3
Region: ABC - worldwide

Release date
September 2018
Recording date
August 2017
Location
Olavshallen, Norway
Original source
DXD (352.8kHz/24bit)