Bach piece? What parts of the piece would you play around just to see what it would sound like, because you hear it a certain way when you listen to it? Not kidding. Supplying a four-part harmonization for the first three phrases, you would think the composer had revived Bach enough to make Felix Mendelssohn click the "like" button.
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He grew up in a Christian home where hymns and classical music were an important part of everyday life. Knut Nystedt was organist in Torshov kirke Torshov Church in Oslo from to and was teaching choir conducting at the Universitetet i Oslo from to He founded and conducted Det Norske Solistkor in He also founded and conducted Schola Cantorum in The choir Ensemble 96 published Immortal Nystedt This CD was nominated in two categories in the Grammy Awards This is the first Norwegian CD nominated in two categories.
Also the first CD with a Norwegian composer nominated to Grammy. In he was honoured by several concerts around the world, celebrating his 90th birthday. Olav in recognition of his contributions to Norwegian music. And in the King of Norway made him Commander of St. De Profundis became the work of the year Norsk Komponistforening. Old church music, especially Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Gregorian chants, had a major influence on his compositions. Most of his compositions the score is published by Norsk Musikforlag.