Frederik Reesen Magle is a Danish composer, concert organist, and pianist. He writes contemporary classical music as well as fusion of classical music and other genres. His compositions include orchestral works, cantatas, chamber music, and solo works, including several compositions commissioned by the Danish Royal Family. Magle has gained a reputation as an organ virtuoso, and as a composer and performing artist who does not refrain from venturing into more experimental projects – often with improvisation – bordering jazz, electronica, and other non-classical genres. His best-known works include his concerto for organ and orchestra The Infinite Second, his brass quintet piece Lys på din vej, composed for the christening of Prince Nikolai, The Hope for brass band and choir, his symphonic suite Cantabile, and a collection of improvisations for organ titled Like a Flame.
|Born:||Frederik Reesen Magle, Apr 17, 1977, Stubbekøbing, Denmark|
|Occupation:||Composer, concert organist, pianist|
|Twitter:||Frederik Magle's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Frederik Magle's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Frederik Magle's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Frederik Magle's Youtube channel|
|IMDb:||Frederik Magle's IMDb|
|Spotify:||Frederik Magle's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Frederik Magle's SoundCloud|
About Frederik Magle
Fused classical music with other genres. He was a prolific composer of orchestral pieces, cantatas, chamber music, and organ solos. Some of his most popular works included "The Hope," "Like a Flame," and "Cantabile," a symphonic suite.
He began attending the Royal Danish Academy of Music when he was 16, but left after a year and a half to focus on composing independently.
He was known to keep a notebook nearby when he was sleeping, since most of his ideas would come to him in dreams.
He was the son of famed Danish actress and writer Mimi Heinrich and Christian Reesen Magle, an organist, painter, and sculptor.
His first CD featured songs based on the fairy tales written by Hans Christian Andersen.
Information related to Frederik Magle
- Free improvising musicians
- Danish classical pianists
- Eurovision Young Musicians Finalists
- Danish classical organists
- Brass band composers
- Danish male classical composers
- Organ improvisers
- Danish classical composers
- Child classical musicians
- Composers for pipe organ
- Classical composers of church music
- 21st-century organists
- Composers for piano
- 21st-century classical pianists