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An innovative debut recording from EMI’s new signing, Tine Thing Helseth, in which Tine takes on the mantle of story teller through her interpretation and repertoire curation.
This collection of songs transcribed for trumpet includes music by Strauss, Sibelius, Ravel, Canteloube and Weill, and is anchored by Grieg’s Haugtussa song-cycle. The recording is with orchestra and piano accompaniment.
Tine is 23 with a refreshingly focused and straightforward approach to making music. She is a unique artist with several facets - classical soloist, ensemble leader and jazz musician – and equally at home with each.
Tine Thing Helseth, born in 1987, started to play trumpet at the age of 7, and is already one of the leading trumpet soloists of her generation. Already in her solo career, Helseth has appeared with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Philharmonie Baden-Baden, all the major Norwegian orchestras and further afield with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, amongst others.
Rachmaninov: Zdes' Khorosho
Dvorák: Als Die Alte Mutter, Op. 55/4
Delibes: Les Filles De Cadix
Sibelius: Våren Flyktar Hastigt, Op. 13/4
Sibelius: Soluppgång, Op. 37/3
Sibelius: Var Det En Dröm, Op. 37/4
Strauss (R): Wiegenlied, Op. 41/1
Mahler: Wer Hat Dies Liedel Erdacht?
Korngold: Die Tote Stadt - Marietta's Lied
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Lockung
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Das Kind Der Berge
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - In Den Heidelbeeren
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Stelldichein
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Liebe
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Zickeltanz
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Ein Böser Tag
Grieg: Das Kind Der Berge, Op. 67 - Am Bergbach
Aausgaard: Noche De Luna
Saint-Saëns: Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix
Canteloube: La Pastoura Al Camps
Canteloube: Malurous Qu'O Uno Fenno
Weill: Je Ne T'Aime Pas
“Tine Thing Helseth is blessed with a combination of great wind-playing attributes: a soulful - dare one say brooding, Nordic - approach to phrasing, quite astonishingly outstanding intonation and a sound which is open and honest, even and focused in all registers...Helseth can do the ultimate in good trumpet-playing: smith a tune with seeming effortlessness.”
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