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Melcher Melchers (1882-1961)

Henrik Melcher Melchers was born in Stockholm on 30 May 1882 and died in Stockholm on 9 April 1961. His earliest music training he received here, but his most important he had in Georges Caussade’s composition class at the Paris conservatory just before the First World War. He remained in Paris for 14 years, returning to Stockholm in 1919 to become a long-standing teacher of composition at the Royal Conservatory of Music. He composed a number of works in a French, though not modernist, spirit.


(Levande Musikarv)

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La Kermesse, poème symphonique d'après Rubens (1920)
Symphony in D minor, Op. 19 (1925)
Élégie, Op. 15 (1919)


Melcher Melchers

Symphony in D minor

La Kermesse


Gävle Symphony Orchestra

Jaime Martín, conductor

ODE 1418-2

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