Wilhelm Stenhammar

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Swedish composer Wilhelm Stenhammar (1871-1929) is best known outside Sweden for his Symphony No. 2 in G minor (1915).
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Sverige, for voice & piano, Op. 22/2 1905 Vocal Music
Serenade for orchestra in F major, Op. 31 1911 Orchestral
Sången (The Song), cantata for voice, chorus & orchestra, Op. 44 1921 Choral
Fantasies (3) for piano, Op. 11 1895 Keyboard
Sentimental Romances (2) for violin & orchestra, Op. 28 1910 Concerto
Florez och Blanzeflor for voice & orchestra, Op. 3 1891 Vocal Music
Piano Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 23 1904 Concerto
Chitra, incidental music, Op. 43 Orchestral
Symphony No. 2 in G minor, Op. 34 1911 Symphony
I Skogen, for voice & piano Vocal Music
Ett folk, for voice & orchestra Op. 22 1911 Vocal Music
Visor och Stämningar (Songs and Moods), for voice & piano, Op. 26 Vocal Music
Flickan kom ifrån sin älskings möte, for voice & piano Vocal Music
Late Summer Nights (Sensommarnätter), for piano, Op. 33 1914 Keyboard
Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 1 1893 Concerto
Excelsior!, symphonic overture, for orchestra, Op. 13 1896 Orchestral
September, for chorus (from Tre körvisor) Choral
Jungfru Blond Och Jungfru Brunett (Miss Blonde and Miss Brunnette), song for voice & piano, Op. 26/4 1908 Vocal Music
Songs (5) of Bo Bergman, for voice & piano, Op. 20 Vocal Music
I Seraillets Have, for chorus (from Tre körvisor) Choral
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