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CARL JONAS LOVE ALMQVIST  

(1793 - 1866)

Known as both a writer and a composer, Carl Jonas Love Almqvist was born in Stockholm. He held innovative social views and was in 1841 compelled to resign his position as a clergyman, assumed four years earlier. In 1851 he was accused of murder, which forced him to flee the country; he took refuge in America and then in Germany. He died in Bremen in 1866. Self-taught as a composer, Almqvist wrote settings of his own texts and a series of piano pieces that reflect his particular views on music.

Role: Classical Composer 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
ALMQVIST: Dreams and Fantasies BIS
BIS-CD-13
Vocal, Instrumental, Vocal, Spoken Commentary, Vocal, Instrumental, Choral - Sacred, Spoken Commentary, Choral - Secular, Vocal, Spoken Commentary, Instrumental, Spoken Commentary, Choral - Secular, Vocal, Choral - Secular, Spoken Commentary, Vocal, Instrumental, Vocal, Choral - Secular, Spoken Commentary
CHRISTMAS IN SWEDEN BIS
BIS-CD-1179
Vocal




 
 
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