Musica Ficta (Danish ensemble)

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Musica Ficta (disambiguation)

Musica Ficta is a Danish choral group founded in 1996 by conductor and composer Bo Holten.[1][2]

Selected Discography[edit]

  • Mogens Pedersøn (1585-1623) Madrigals. Musica Ficta, Holten. Da Capo.
  • A Danish Christmas, Musica Ficta, Holten. Naxos (compilation from Danish release)
  • Johannes Ockeghem (1430-1497): Missa pro defunctis (Requiem), Naxos
  • Winds & Voices at the Court of Christian III, Copenhagen Cornetts & Sackbutts, Musica Ficta, Holten
  • Medieval Music from Denmark Musica Ficta, Holten Da Capo
  • Seized by Sweet Desire - Singing Nuns and Ladies Naxos
  • Danish children's songs by contemporary Danish composers. EXLCD 30062 · 1997
  • C. E. F. Weyse: Songs and romances. Naxos Denmark 8.554961 · 1998
  • Romantic songs - Sange fra Romantikken. Naxos Denmark 8.554964 · 1999
  • Carl Nielsen: Motets op.53, selection of songs. Naxos Denmark 8.554965 · 2000
  • Højskolesangen: Songs from Grundtvig's "High School movement" 1900-1970. Naxos Denmark 8.554970 · 2001
  • 20th Century songs - Sange fra det 20. århundrede Naxos Denmark 8.554973 · 2001
  • Danish Folk Songs with Poul Høxbro. Naxos Denmark 8.557424 · 2004
  • Children's Songs - Børnesange. Naxos Denmark 8.557730 · 2004
  • Songs to lyrics of H. C. Andersen. Naxos Denmark 8.557810 · 2005
  • Songs to lyrics of J. P. Jacobsen. Naxos Denmark 8.572070 · 2008
  • Danish Songs - Denmark Ministry of Culture Naxos Denmark 8.570175 · 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ John David White, Jean Christensen New music of the Nordic countries Page 91- 2002 "When Ars Nova and Holten parted ways in the 1990s, he established another group, Musica Ficta, dedicated to exploring a greater swath of musical styles, an orientation that also found expression in his participation as a leading spirit in Den ..."
  2. ^ Dennis Shrock Choral Repertoire Page 671 - 2009 "B.1948 Holten studied musicology at the University of Copenhagen and bassoon at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. ... of guest conducting concerts with the BBC Singers in London, and in 1996 he founded a new ensemble, Musica Ficta."

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