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FURATUS - Ole Edvard Antonsen, Wolfgang Plagge
FURATUS - Ole Edvard Antonsen, Wolfgang Plagge
FURATUS - Ole Edvard Antonsen, Wolfgang Plagge
FURATUS - Ole Edvard Antonsen, Wolfgang Plagge
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FURATUS - Ole Edvard Antonsen, Wolfgang Plagge

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Human creativity is versatile and endless. If we enthuse about something we feel a need to convey that enthusiasm to others – to quote, to recite. Creativity is thus closely bound up with inspiration. One of the oldest and most resilient ways of fostering cultural life is to "borrow" ideas. In music this has been normal practice as long as there have been songs and singers to sing them. In the Romantic period this musical borrowing became an art form in its own right, with world-famous virtuosos and composers leading the way. But there are also artists today who relish this art form. Meet two of them here!

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Music by Edvard Grieg, Kosaku Yamada, Dmitry Shostakovich, Geirr Tveitt and Carl Nielsen transcribed and performed by Wolfgang Plagge and Ole Edvard Antonsen.

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Album title
FURATUS
Performer

Ole Edvard Antonsen, trumpet
Wolfgang Plagge, piano

Catalogue #
2L-130-SABD
EAN13
7041888522126
ISRC-code
NOMPP1609010-220
Disc 1
Hybrid SACD
MCH 5.1 DSD
Stereo DSD
Disc 2

Pure Audio Blu-ray
2.0 LPCM 192/24
5.1 DTS HDMA 192/24
mShuttle: MQA + MP3
Region: ABC - worldwide

Release date
January 2017
Recording date
January and August 2012 (track 1-11)
September 2013  (track 12-22)
Location
Sofienberg Church, Norway  (track 1-11)
Jar Church, Norway  (track 12-22)
Original source
DXD (352.8kHz/24bit)