Johan Halvorsen

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Johan Halvorsen was among the most prominent Norwegian composers in the generation following Edvard Grieg, and may well have been the most important figure of his time associated with the theater, both…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Entry March of the Boyars (Bojarernes Indtogsmarsch), for orchestra 1895 Orchestral
Passacaglia and Sarabande with variations for violin & viola in G major, Op. 20/2 (after Handel) 1897 Chamber Music
Passacaglia (after Händel's Suite No. 7 in G minor), for violin & cello Chamber Music
Scenes From Norwegian Fairytales for orchestra, Op 37 Orchestral
Norwegian Rhapsody for orchestra No. 1 in A major Orchestral
Norwegian Festival Overture for orchestra, Op 16 Orchestral
Norwegian Rhapsody for orchestra No. 2 in G major Orchestral
Norwegian Dance for violin & orchestra No. 3 Concerto
Veslemoys Song for violin & orchestra Concerto
Bergensiana for orchestra Orchestral
Air Norvégien for violin & orchestra, Op. 7 Concerto
Andante Religioso for violin & orchestra Concerto
Suite Mosaique, for violin & piano 1898 Chamber Music
Wedding March for violin & orchestra, Op. 32/1 Concerto
Chant de Veslemoy Concerto Miscellaneous (Classical)
Symphony No. 2 in D minor ("Fate") Symphony
Fanitullen, for narrator & ensemble Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sarabande and variations (on a theme of Handel), for violin & viola Chamber Music
Mascarade Suite Miscellaneous (Classical)
Kongen (The King), incidental music, Op. 19
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