Johan Halvorsen – Symphony No. 2 in D Minor “Fate” (1924)

I love that the person who has made the YouTube channel with all this wonderful music has superimposed science fiction and other futuristic images on them. [Read more...]

Wilhelm Stenhammar Symphony No.2

I love music of the late Romantic era, and Swedish composers in particular. Here is Wilhelm Stenhammar’s Symphony No.2 in G minor op.34 from 1911. [Read more...]

Erno Dohnányi – Symphony No. 2 in E Major Op. 40 (1945)

If you like this piece by Hungarian composer Ernő Dohnányi, and were previously unfamiliar with his music, be sure to check out his “Variations on a Nursery Tune“!   [Read more...]

Natanael Berg – Symphony No. 1 “Everything New Must End” (1912)

Or, as the Oracle famously put it, “Everything that has a beginning has an end, Neo.” Here’s a Swedish composer from my favorite period in that nation’s musical output – Carl Natanael Rexroth-Berg being slightly older than Kurt Atterberg and slightly younger than Wilhelm Petersen-Berger, both of whom are composers that I highly recommend. [Read more...]

Wilhelm Peterson-Berger – Symphony No. 2 in E Flat Major “The Journey on Southerly Winds” (1910)

Another example of the hauntingly beautiful and melodic symphonic music produced in Sweden in the early 20th century. [Read more...]

Biblical Minimalism at its Finest

And if you are interested in a minimalist treatment of a wider range of religious texts, then this may be of interest… [Read more...]


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