Frederik Magle on the Orgel Bewegung, Constructing an Organ, and Film Music in Concert Halls | ⭐ Bonus | The Cave of Apelles

Frederik Magle on the Orgel Bewegung, Constructing an Organ, and Film Music in Concert Halls | ⭐ Bonus

Our guest for the evening is Frederik Magle.
This conversation was produced by Bork S. Nerdrum, with assistance from Öde S. Nerdrum.

🎵 Full audio: https://caveofapelles.com/podcast

Topics discussed in this conversation:

  • Tonal music alone does not make classical music
  • Being eclectic and respectfully disagree with modernists
  • The Orgel Bewegung’s destruction of romantic organs
  • Magle’s childhood hobby of constructing organs
  • Incorporating an old organ in a new one in Jørlunde Kirke
  • Dispute with the organ consultant for the church ministry
  • Seeing the qualities of both the old and modern movements
  • The Fanfare for the Royal Danish Orchestra
  • Film music in concert halls and Mickey Mousing
  • Magle’s music for the film “A Writer Named Tove”
  • Hans Zimmer and being involved with the director
  • The theme for Avildsen’s Rocky (1976)
  • The Kitsch and Art Questionnaire

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