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1. Berwald, Franz Adolf - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Swedish violinist and composer. His bestknown music is in the four symphonies of the 1840s the titles Capricieuse and Singuli re suggest their originality., Franz Adolf

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3. Franz Berwald- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
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Franz Berwald, descended from a family of Swedish musicians of remoter German origin, was a violinist by training and became the most important figure in Swedish music of the 19th century. In his career he enjoyed varying success in his own country, eventually turning to business, managing a glass works and opening a saw-mill. He was appointed professor of composition of the Swedish academy only in 1867, shortly before his death. Orchestral Works , the second as Sinfonie capricieuse , and the fourth originally as . He played his own Double Violin Concerto with his brother August, by whom his Violin Concerto was first performed in 1820. His Piano Concerto dates from 1855. Chamber Music Berwald concentrated largely on the composition of chamber music between the years 1849 and 1859, completing two piano quintets, four piano trios and two string quartets. Role: Classical Composer Album Title Catalogue No Work Category ADAGIO - The Ultimate Collection Naxos
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4. Berwald, Franz Adolf Definition Of Berwald, Franz Adolf In The Free Online Encyc
Berwald, Franz Adolf . Born July 23, 1796, in Stockholm; died there Apr. 3, 1868. Swedish composer, violinist, and conductor. First Swedish composer of symphonies., Franz Adolf

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6. Franz Berwald | Classical Composers Database
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7. Berwald, Franz Adolf
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William Berwald; Franz Adolf Berwald; Edward Maurice Besly; Ferdinand Beyer; A. Bielfield; Anne Mathilde Bilbro; S. McIntire Birbeck; John W. Bischoff; Georges Bizet

9. Berwald, Franz Adolf
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella s Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
Berwald, Franz
Berwald, Franz Adolf
Period: Romantic
Born: Saturday, July 23, 1796 in Stockholm, Sweden
Died: Friday, April 3, 1868 in Stockholm, Sweden
Nation of Origin: Sweden
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Major Works:

6 Symphonies
2 operas
Chamber Music Songs Other Information: General Bibliography: Blume, Friedrich, with M. D. Norton (Translator) and Herter Norton (Translator), Classic and Romantic Music; A Comprehensive Survey, Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Einstein, Alfred. Music in the Romantic Era, Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Links to essays at other sites: The Romantic Generation by Charles Rosen Please note: These links will open in a new window.

10. Berwald, Franz (Adolf) - Stockholm, Royal, Composer, Swedish, Music, And Composi
Berwald, Franz (Adolf), outstanding Swedish composer, cousin of Johan Fredrik Berwald; b. Stockholm, July 23, 1796; d. there, April 3, 1868. His father, Christian Friedrich Berwald

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Franz Berwald
Franz Adolf Berwald (July 23, 1796 - April 3, 1868) was a Swedish Romantic composer of opera, chamber music, and symphonies. Though his compositions were well received in Germany and Austria, his works were not appreciated in his native Sweden during his lifetime, and so he made his vocation orthopedic surgery. Though he was never able to devote himself entirely to compositions, his works display a great craftsmanship. He was innovative in the structuring of his symphonies, and he provided both inspiration to and influence on Swedish composers of later generations such as Ludvig Norman, Tor Aulin, and Wilhelm Stenhammar.
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13. Berwald, Franz Adolf
Swedish violinist and composer. His bestknown music is in the four symphonies of the 1840s the titles Capricieuse and Singuli re suggest their originality. Adolf Berwald

14. Symphony No. 3 In C Major, Sinfonie Singulière, 3rd Movement
Berwald, Franz Adolf (17961868), Swedish About http// ..Berwald,%20Franz Music category Romantic Instruments 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, 2 Bassoons; 4
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You will find the contact details in this file. If you are having difficulties, please contact for further advice. this Would you like to recommend this NoteWorthy submission to others? Then click on the recommend icon at the foot of this page. For more details about recommending, click here File: berwsng3.nwc (August 2003) 30 kB Full name of work: Composer: Berwald, Franz Adolf (1796-1868), Swedish About:,%20Franz Music category: Romantic Instruments: 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, 2 Bassoons; 4 Horns, 2 Trumpets, 3 Trombones; Timpani; Strings Name of file creator: Grant Hicks e-mail address: ghicks02 "at" sprynet "dot" com Running time: Comments: "The word 'singulière' means 'singular, original'. Berwald himself gives us a clue to his understanding of this term in a section of his 'Introduction to the Art of Composition', where we can read 'In order to give the pupil a reliable system of judging his work, I ask him to conduct the following survey of its contents, namely Is there a breath of originality in it? No! - Does the rhythm perhaps betray some kind of unique characteristic? No! - Perhaps there are sections of a particular polyphonic interest? No! - Then take the whole product and throw it into the all-engulfing sea of oblivion.'

15. Franz Berwald (1796 - 1868) - Find A Grave Memorial
Find a Grave picture of his grave with link to Norra begravningsplatsen (The Northern Cemetery) in Stockholm, Sweden, showing other notables sharing his burial place.

16. Berwald Franz Adolf Sheet Music - Sheet Music Plus
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17. Arts > Music > Instruments > Stringed > Bowed Strings > Viola > Violists
Berwald, Franz Adolf Cambini, Giuseppe Casadesus, Henri Clarke, Rebecca Hindemith, Paul Jenkins, John Legley, Vic Maschera, Florentio Newman, Maria Paganini, Niccol

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is the termEvery now and again utilized for a musician who plays the viola Viola streaming video player occurs as most common guide usage. Occasionally significant violists include: Yuri Bashmet John Cale Paul Coletti Rebecca Clarke (also composer) Roberto Diaz Rivka Golani Paul Hindemith (also composer) Nobuko Imai Kim Kashkashian Yehudi Menuhin (also violinist Ödön Pártos (also composer) Lawrence Power William Primrose Ernesto Rodrigues (also violinist and composer) Lionel Tertis Chrétien Urhan (*February 16 1790 Monschau † November 2 1845 Paris Tabea Zimmermann Pinchas Zukerman (also violinist Pemi Paull
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18. Franz Berwald - Classical Archives
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19. Berwald, Franz (Adolf)
Berwald, Franz (Adolf) (b. July 23, 1796, Stockholm, Swed.d. April 3, 1868, Stockholm), most important Swedish composer of the 19th century.
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Berwald, Franz (Adolf)
(b . July 23, 1796, Stockholm, Swed.d. April 3, 1868, Stockholm), most important Swedish composer of the 19th century. Berwald is considered the founder of musical Romanticism in Sweden and was the first important Swedish symphonist. His music, somewhat influenced by Louis Spohr and Carl Maria von Weber, is highly original in formal construction and use of harmonic resources. His works include six symphonies (1820-45; the fourth was lost) of which the G minor ( ) and the C major ( ) are particularly esteemed; an opera, Estrella di Soria; five cantatas; and concerti for violin, bassoon, and piano. Related Propaedia Topics: The elements of music: their patterning and modes of organization in composition

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Franz Berwald Franz Adolf Berwald (born in Stockholm on July 23, 1796 and died there on April 3, 1868) was a composer. From a family with four generations of musicians, his father

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