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Little-known music of all eras => Coming broadcasts and listen-later links => Topic started by: Jolly Roger on July 10, 2013, 06:47:25 am



Title: Wieslander,Ingvar - Symphony No. 4, "Sinfonia notturna" (1954)
Post by: Jolly Roger on July 10, 2013, 06:47:25 am
5th item in concert....
dark and enticing -

Wieslander,Ingvar - Symphony No. 4, "Sinfonia notturna" (1954)
Radio Orchestra. Conductor: composer. Recorded in 1954.
Swedish Radio P2 Music to midnight
Monday, June 24, 2013 at 22:00
http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/212956?programid=4428


Title: Re: Wieslander,Ingvar - Symphony No. 4, "Sinfonia notturna" (1954)
Post by: Gauk on July 10, 2013, 08:54:52 am
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Wieslander, (Axel Otto) Ingvar, Swedish composer and conductor; b. Jönköping, May 19,1917; d. Malmö, April 29, 1963. He received training in theory from Sven Svensson at the Univ. of Uppsala. He also took some lessons in composition with Lars-Erik Lars-son. After training at the Stockholm Musikhögskolan (conducting with Tor Mann; music teacher’s diploma, 1945), he completed his studies in Paris on a French scholarship (1947-48) with Tony Aubin (composition) and Eugène Bigot (conducting). From 1949 to 1960 he was director of music at the Malmö City Theater, and then was its chorus master from 1960 to 1963.


Title: Re: Wieslander,Ingvar - Symphony No. 4, "Sinfonia notturna" (1954)
Post by: Jolly Roger on July 13, 2013, 07:41:17 am
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Wieslander, (Axel Otto) Ingvar, Swedish composer and conductor; b. Jönköping, May 19,1917; d. Malmö, April 29, 1963. He received training in theory from Sven Svensson at the Univ. of Uppsala. He also took some lessons in composition with Lars-Erik Lars-son. After training at the Stockholm Musikhögskolan (conducting with Tor Mann; music teacher’s diploma, 1945), he completed his studies in Paris on a French scholarship (1947-48) with Tony Aubin (composition) and Eugène Bigot (conducting). From 1949 to 1960 he was director of music at the Malmö City Theater, and then was its chorus master from 1960 to 1963.
I would say this symphony is a polar opposite of most of Larsson's music..but certainly not to discredit either man.