Film Music recorded in Norway

Composer and member Raymond Enoksen recorded his music for the Sweedish movie "Hammarskjöld" in Norway. We are so proud and happy that Raymond chose to do this, even though the costs were a bit higher then in other countries.

Composer and member Raymond Enoksen recorded his music for the Sweedish movie “Hammarskjöld” in Norway. We are so proud and happy that Raymond chose to do this, even though the costs were a bit higher then in other countries.

The music was played by the Trondheim Soloists, pianist Else Bø, and musicians from Trondheim Symphonic Orchestra playing horns and trumpet. The recording and mix was in Øra Studio, Trondheim, Norway, by engineer Jo Ranheim and Mona Hynne.

Mikael Persbrandt will play the lead role in the film as Dag Hammarskjöld, the former Secretary-General of the United Nations who died in a mysterious plane crash in 1961.

Hammarskjöld, whom John F. Kennedy called “the greatest statesman of our century,” was a Nobel Prize winner who fought to end colonization.

Hammarskjöld is directed by the danish Per Fly.

For more information on Norwegian visit Adressa: https://www.adressa.no/kultur/i/nQXrJm/aa-vaere-med-i-en-internasjonal-film-er-god-reklame

Written by
Oda Sofie Aaring