Soprano Sine Bundgaard and pianist Erik Kaltoft perform songs by Debussy, Berg and Grieg in a concert given at 2014's festival in Mols on the east coast of Jutland in Denmark.
Sine Bundgaard (soprano),
Erik Kaltoft (piano).
Debussy: Beau soir; Clair de lune; Pierrot; Apparition; Romance; Coquetterie posthume; Romance: silence ineffable
Berg: Seven Early Songs
Grieg: Solveig's Cradle Song; Solveig's Song (from Peer Gynt)
Grieg: Med vandlilie (With a Water Lily); To brune øjne (Two Brown Eyes); En svane (A Swan); En drøm (A Dream)
Danish soprano Sine Bundgaard and pianist Erik Kaltoft begin their recital with a selection of songs by Debussy, followed by Alban Berg's charming Seven Early Songs, written while he was studying with Schoenberg. The concert finishes with six songs by Edvard Grieg, including Solveig's Song, from his music for Ibsen's famous play Peer Gynt. Verity Sharp presents this concert, given last summer at the festival in Mols on the east coast of Jutland.
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