Since When 5:11
The symbiosis of two minds – Thomas Negrijn and Torben Kjær in a moment
of classical co-writing. Relax – slow down – you’ve only got this one
Blue: Fancy Nancy 2:23
Who's my favorite lady? Nancy of course! She's fast - but I'm too!.
There Was A Voice 5:49
A classical jazzballad written by Negrijn and Kjaer from their new CD
Torben Kjaer, piano, Ole Skipper, bass and Ole Bo, Drums.
What Can I Do 3:34
Composition by Torben Kjær and Thomas Negrijn, arranged
for and performed by a symphony orchestra. The theme opens in the
alto-flute, deep strings and the boudhran and ends up in a big
symphonic tribute to man and history. Recorded august 2006:
Sonderjyllands Symphoniorchestra. Conductor: Svenn Skipper
Hammer Of Thor
From session above: Thor is a Nordic God who protects man
against evil. When he is riding his chariot, pulled by the two
goats Tandgnost and Tandgrisner, over the firmament, thunder will sound
and lightning be seen.
From Mass of Piece. The strengh of a classical fugue
in an atonal concept for choir and strings.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow 5:10
From the CD A Time For Love. American jazz singer Rasheema and her
Danish backup in the original composition von Bülow, altosax, Torben
Kjaer, piano, Jesper Lundgaard, bass and Ole Steenberg, drums.
9 - forestillingen:
you do when you realize, that you, though born in a duck-pond, are not a
rapper? And what can you say with a flie in your mouth? Listen to The
Ugly Duckling, March Of The Ants and Honking With The Animals, performed
by Fritz Berthelsen,clarinets,Troels Kampmann Kjær, drums and
programming,Torben Kjær, keys and words.
land der rummer alle jordens farver 3:20
Lyrics: Hans Kragh-Jacobsen, music: Torben Kjær. Price-winning song from
KODA's Danish Song Contest 2008, performed by Janne Lærkedal and the
Lyrics: Poul Henningsen, music: Bernhard Christensen, Vocals: Jette
Sophie Sivertsen, Christian Steffensen, Morten Tunbo.
Trio: Torben Kjaer, Thomas Ovesen og Mikkel Find.
Music for movies:
The man in the
boat # 1 - 2 - 3
Film and music starts with the lyrical theme, played by the piano
and strings. If your imagination creates beautiful lakeview, chuckling
water and stunning countryside, you're not all wrong. But the low
timpany at the end of the piece indicates something to happen.
The Man in the Boat
The situation developes: the boat is persued by a helicopter. There
is no way to escape except to flee - but the chopper is very persistent.
The Man in the
Boat # 3
is over and we get a hint of a happy ending.
Frostbite: The Coffin 3:38
The deep strings of the beginning more than suggest the atmosphere of
scary creatures and the music soon developes into a percussive beat,
bringing these creatures back, where they belong – in the coffin. The
piece ends in a romantic folkloristic theme.Recorded in Bratislava
nov.18th,2005. Music: Anthony Lledo, conductor: Allan Wilson.
Orchestrations: Torben Kjær & Orchestrators.com
God made the banjo to get some fun out of noise!