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Swedish composer Daniel Börtz (b. 1943) was a teacher of orchestration at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm in the 1970s and 1980s, and president of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music between 1998 and 2003. Initially, Börtz adopted the 'Polish' tonal field of the 1960s. Although his style went on to shift focus from tone and additive form to a more linear style of writing in an organic form language, his compositions are steeped from the beginning in a smplicity and austerity that bring out the lucidity of his emotionally charged declamations.
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Andersen, Hans Christian
Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Linné, Carl von
Choral - Secular
Malmö Symphony Orchestra
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Danish National Vocal Ensemble
Eric Ericson Chamber Choir
Orphei Drängar (OD)
The Nightingale: 4 New Works for Recorder and Choir
The Plucked North
Daniel Börtz - His name was Orestes
Exposed Throat - Trumpet Recital
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Amargos: Northern Concerto / Börtz: Pipes and Bells / Stucky: Etudes
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Pålsson, Hans: I Döda Mästares Sällskap, Vol. 5
Börtz: Variations and Intermezzi / Liljeholm: Tetrachordon / Hillborg: Celestial Mechanics
Koch / Neumann: Guitar Concertos / Wirén: Little Serenade / Hallnas: Paätita Amabile / Börtz: Ballad
Modern Swedish Piano Music
Holst & Elgar: The Planets & Enigma Variations
Beethoven - Symphony No. 9
Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique
Bach – The Complete Secular Cantatas
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Beethoven – The Nine Symphonies
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