Frederik Magle is a Danish composer. Known for his many classical works - including several commissioned by the Danish royal family, as well as collaborations across genres, such as the double-gold and platinum winning album "Elektra" by hip-hop group Suspekt, featuring compositions for symphony orchestra by Magle. He also compose music for film and TV. Frederik Magle's music has been performed by soloists and ensembles all over the world, including the London Philharmonic, the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, the violinist Nikolaj Znaider, and many others. He is also an accomplished concert pianist and organist.
- music composition
- Copenhagen, Denmark
Dear Frederik, what a lovely piece of music you have written. I like the tone of it all being cinematic and taking the listener on a colorful journey. I can easily imagine a secret and kinda magical forest while listening. Also I find it very comforting. Very suitable for the patients, relatives and staff of the radiation therapy at the hospital (together with the rest of the installation). I will include the piece in my best of 2019 and guldkorn for august playlist! Keep up the good work!
Fascinating performance and simply wonderful combination of two wind instruments. The pipe organ is the biggest musical instrument that exists and one of the oldest and most complex instruments still used in classical music, sacred music, and even in popular music today. Beautiful trumpets playing along with the power of the organ make a fantastic combination of full, rich, and mellow tones that blend perfectly together. The organ gives a certain authenticity and a truly musical experience while the trumpet evokes a victory and festive sound. Most churches have acoustical problems, so good acoustics is one of the most important, but mostly overlooked aspect of the church. The fanfare for two trumpets and organ performance itself is very challenging and requires a great effort, but the final result is really amazing - a powerful tonal deep sound. Thanks for sharing your music with me!
Beautiful and very cinematic composition! Simple in structure but still so emotionally complex. I find it to capture both hope, comfort, sadness, melancholy, loneliness and a sense of awe. Would love to hear it live! Do you have it on Soundcloud or Spotify by any chance? Would be much easier then to include on my monthly playlists. Will definetely remember this composition for Christmas! Best regards Søren