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Composer: Martinsson, Rolf (b. 1956)

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Year of birth1956
Period20th century
October 2019
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StockholmByström, Harrison, Martinsson, Mendelssohn

Byström, Harrison, Martinsson, Mendelssohn
Musica Vitae; Lisa Larsson; Malin Broman

AmsterdamRising Stars: clarinettist Magnus Holmander

Rising Stars: clarinettist Magnus Holmander
Arnold, Saint-Saëns, Poulenc, Kien, Pärt, Martinsson
Magnus Holmander; David Huang

StockholmArnold, Saint-Saëns, Poulenc, Kien, Pärt, Martinsson

Arnold, Saint-Saëns, Poulenc, Kien, Pärt, Martinsson
David Huang; Magnus Holmander
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Trumpet extraordinary: Nordic passions from Hardenberger and Rouvali

Håkan Hardenberger © Marco Borggreve
Santtu-Matias Rouvali is an exciting conductor to watch, totally at home in the all-nordic repertoire of Sibelius and Martinsson, in whose concerto Håkan Hardenberger displayed his total mastery of the trumpet.
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Lisa Larsson: Song of Norway... and Sweden

Lisa Larsson © Merlijn Doomernik
Soprano Lisa Larsson and pianist Roland Pöntinen dispelled the midwinter gloom with a heavy dose of Scandinavian Romanticism and the Dutch première of Rolf Martinsson's Songs on Poems by Emily Dickinson.
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Songs from the heart

Lisa Larsson © Merlijn Doomernik
Antonello Manacorda, the Gothenburg Symphony and Lisa Larsson show that the most beautiful route from Germany to America is the one via Sweden.
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Cleveland Orchestra's season ends with Manfred Honeck and Lars Vogt

After a very successful week on location in Cleveland’s west side Gordon Square neighborhood playing concerts in bars, coffee shops, school classrooms and a large Roman Catholic church, The Cleveland Orchestra returned to their Severance Hall home for the last weekend of concerts of the 2012/13 subscription season.
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Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra charms and delights at Carnegie Hall

Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall is by no means a modest-sized concert stage, and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra seemed to take up every square inch of it. The sheer size of the orchestra is initially what struck me, until the opening lines of Rolf Martinsson’s Open Mind, Op. 71.
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