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Composer: Larsson, Lars-Erik (1908-1986)

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Year of birth1908
Year of death1986
Period20th century
April 2020
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StockholmWiren, Stravinsky, Paus, Larsson

Wiren, Stravinsky, Paus, Larsson
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Tabita Berglund; Hanna Husáhr; Karl-Magnus Fredriksson; Katarina Chamber Choir
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A Liederabend in Stockholm

Jeremy Carpenter © Emelie Joenniemi
An evening of songs by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Quilter, and several Scandinavian composers.

Northern Powerhouses: Nordic music from RNS

Timothy Orpen © Benjamin Harte
Principals from Royal Northern Sinfonia showcase new music from even further North than Gateshead, with chamber works from Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Estonia.
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John Lill's Greig the highlight of RSNO's winter programme in Edinburgh

Under the baton of Christian Kluxen, their young Danish Assistant Conductor, there was a distinctly Scandinavian flavour to the RSNO’s concert on Friday evening. While not sold out, the Usher Hall was reassuringly full, the audience no doubt drawn by the familiar names on the programme as well as undeterred by the novelties.
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Anna Grevelius/ Julius Drake

The programme had been changed. No Montsalvatge, but this gave space for a lovely performance of Grieg's varied and characterful Haugtussa (Maid of the Mountain) cycle. Both performers had clearly worked at it intently, and took us with great authority through its twists and turns. The Larsson songs must be some of the strangest lyrics ever set.