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Sheet music for Hugo Alfven
Piano, voice (solo and accompaniment)
Composed by Hugo Alfven (1872-1960). With Language: Swedish. Published by Gehrmans Musikforlag (GH.LUN-570-0353).
3 d1, 3 d1, 2 deb+1, 3+1 - 4, 2, 3, 1, timpani, percussion, 2 harp, strings
Composed by Hugo Alfven (1872-1960). Scandinavian: Post-Romantic. Set of parts. Composed 1903. Duration 13 minutes. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus (KM.A1207-STP).
Four Melodies from Leksand. Composed by Hugo Alfven (1872-1960). Duration 12 minutes. Published by Gehrmans Musikforlag (GH.CG-7365).
SATB choir (a cappella)
Composed by Hugo Alfven (1872-1960). Octavo. With Language: Swedish. Published by Gehrmans Musikforlag (GH.GE-11544).
Horn (or cello) and organ (or piano)
Composed by Hugo Alfven (1872-1960). Op. 5. Duration 7 minutes. Published by Gehrmans Musikforlag (GH.CG-4663).
Ur Bergakungen. Composed by Hugo Alfven (1872-1960). Arranged by Gunnar Idenstam. Herd Maiden's Dance from The Mountain King. Gehrmans Musikforlag #CG 7072. Published by Gehrmans Musikforlag (GH.CG-7072).
Most noted for Swedish Rhapsody, opus 19. his most popular composition. recorded and played frequently. also heavily popularized into light music.
(contributed by Ralph Barrocas <RBarrocas@aol.com>)
During the 1890’s active as a violinist, partly in the Swedish Royal Orchestra
[Hovkapellet], partly as a soloist. Between 1910 and 1939 he served as director
musices at the University of Uppsala. He was also an internationally
appreciated conductor of his own and other’s works, and 1910-47 a celebrated
leader of the men’s choir Orphei Drängar [the Servants of Orpheus], with whom
he performed numerous vast tours. (...) Alfvén’s interest in Swedish folk music
and Swedish folk songs penetrates the larger part of his works. He has thereby
contributed to an international interest in Swedish folk music. Many of Alfvén’s
works have reached lasting popularity. In addition to "Midsommarvaka"
[Midsummer Wake] there is, e.g., "Festspel" [Feast Play] (1907), the romance
"Skogen sover" [The Forest is Sleeping] (1908), the men’s choir song "Sverges
Flagga" [The Swedish Flag] (1916), "Elegi" [Elegy] (1932), and the polka
"Roslagsvår" [Spring in Roslagen] (1956, also used in the ballet "Den förlorade
sonen" [The Lost Son], 1957) plus several folk-song arrangements for choir.
(From the Swedish National Encyclopedia [Nationalencyklopedin]; translated and contributed by Björn Piström <email@example.com>.)