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SYMPOHNY NO. 2 ''THE EARTH ANEW'' (Score) > Orkestermusik  |  UDSKRIV / Print
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SUNLEIF RASMUSSEN

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Symphony No. 2 "The Earth Anew" for Soprano and Baritone Solo, Male Choir TTBB and Orhestra was composed by Sunleif Rasmussen in 2015. Text: Old Nordic poems from the Edda.
Commissioned by John Storgårds, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and Nordic House in the Faroe Islands. Dedicated to the composers daughter Malan.


Preface / Programme note:


From the Edda verse 31:
Three roots there are that three ways run Neath the ash-tree Yggdrasil;
Neath the first lives Hel,
neath the second the frost-giants,
Neath the last are the lands of men.


The idea behind the Symphony is the story of Yggdrasil, "The Tree of Life", from the Old Norse mythology. The Ash-tree reaches all the way into the sky and has three roots, each growing into three different places. One root grows into the "Land of Hel" (Hel is the goddess of Hell), called "Helheim", another into the "Land of Frost-Giants", called "Jotunheim", and one root grows into the "Land of men", called "Asgard". And the Ash-tree reaches into the sky. In the crown of the tree lives a squirrel, which moves fast around the tree and spreads gossip, both between the three roots and between three roots and the crown of the tree.
The Edda is a large collection of Old Norse poems, collected in the 12th Century by the Icelandic poet and historian Snorri Sturluson.
Sunleif Rasmussen, March 2015


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