Mogens Wöldike (5 July 1897, Copenhagen – 20 October 1988, Copenhagen) was a Danish conductor, choirmaster, organist, and scholar known for his interpretation of music from the Baroque and Classical periods. His son-in-law was the Haydn scholar Jens Peter Larsen.
He studied under Carl Nielsen and Thomas Laub and graduated from Copenhagen University in 1920. He was organist at the Marine church in 1924 and the Christiansborg Palace Church from 1931; from 1959 to 1972 he was organist at Copenhagen Cathedral.
After the war he conducted the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and from 1950-67 worked regularly with the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
He composed sets of organ chorales published in 1943, 1960 and 1972.
He was the founder of the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir.
He left many recordings. After a series of mainly baroque records in the 1930s, he recorded Saul, the St Matthew Passion, Mass in time of War, Haydn symphonies, and Nielsen concertos and choral works.
Franz Joseph Haydn
Symphony no 43 in E flat major, "Mercury"
Symphony no 50 in C major
Chamber Orchestra oh the Danish Radio
Conductor: Mogens Wöldike