The Danish composer Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann (1805-1900) was one of the most influential musicians of the nineteenth century. Although the musical production he left behind is large, Vølvens spaadom (The Prophecy of the Seeress) is one of the undisputed masterpieces. The lyrics are based on Völuspá, the most well known text from the Poetic Edda in Old Norse, telling the story of creation of the world. In 2006 Vølvens Spaadom was chosen as one of the 12 works that represent the Danish Cultural Canon.
This edition is an arrangement for male choir and small orchestra (or large chamber ensemble) commissioned by Johannes Nebel and Nanne Wendelboe. Optionally suitable for performances without conductor.
Printed parts: à 60 sek (B4 format. 6-10 pages Coil bound, hardback OR tissue tape binding)
Parts in PDF: à 36 sek (B4-format. 6-10 pages.)
In the printed material, you get a standard string section of 5 parts: 18.104.22.168.1.
10 winds, brass, timpani, percussion and harp parts + 5 string parts: 15 x 60 sek = 900 sek
When ordering the full material in pdf, the price is 15 x 36 sek = 540 sek
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