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Sheet music for Axel Borup-Jorgensen
Composed by Axel Borup Jorgensen (1924-). Music Sales America. Classical. Study Score. Composed 2002. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WH29340. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (HL.14017225).
Composed by Axel Borup Jorgensen (1924-). Music Sales America. Set of Parts. Composed 2011. 60 pages. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WH29340A. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (HL.14017227).
Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola, Electronics - Grade 4
Composed by Axel Borup Jorgensen (1924-). Score Only. Composed 2012. 30 pages. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WH31252. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (BT.WH31252).
Composed by Per Norgard. Music Sales America. Classical. Book Only. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WHKP00517. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (HL.14008247).
Recorder and 13 String Instruments - Grade 5
Composed by Sunleif Rasmussen. Part. Composed 2014. 16 pages. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WH32200C. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (HL.14043584).
By Anette Slaatto; Christina Bjorkoe; Signe Asmussen; Helge Slaatto; Mathias Reumert; Ekkozone. By Axel Borup-Jorgensen (1924-). Classical. 1 listening CD. Published by Dacapo (NX.8226584).
- Vintermusik for organ and percussion
- Prelude for guitar
- End of Autumn, for voice & piano
- Thalatta!, Thalatta!, for piano
- Nocturnal Birds
Axel Borup-Jørgensen grew up in Sweden. He studied piano and instrumentation at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in 1946-50. As an composer he considers himself an autodidact. He has often taken his inspiration from Swedish culture; poetry in particular has been important to him. His style can be characterized as an atonal expressionism, often aphoristic and pointillistic. He is highly esteemed for his originality and uncompromising approach, and has recieved several awards including the Carl Nielsen Prize, and the W.H. PRIZE in connection with the performance of his orchestral work Marin. Besides the orchestral works his oeuvre includes about 150 solo and chamber works where percussion instruments are amply represented.