Norwegian Romantic composer Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) epitomizes Norway's music for most of the world and, with Nielsen and Sibelius, is foremost among Nordic composers. He studied in Rome and Leipzig, then lived in Copenhagen before moving to Oslo, where he also taught music and conducted. His later years were spent in Bergen and abroad. His most known work is Peer Gynt, suite No. 1 Op. 46.
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Directory of mp3s on the internet that have been made available by the performing artists.
Classical Archives: Edvard Grieg
Biography, complete files offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.
Site has various articles, biography and midi files.
Brief biography, photographic portrait, picture of marker noting the resting place of his ashes, and virtual memorial from Find a Grave.
Filmography, noting films and television programs using his music, quotes, trivia, and links from the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)
Individual vocal works and cycles, most with Norse texts, some having English or French translations. From the Lied and Art Song Texts Page at REC Music.
Edvard Grieg: Miniaturist in a Big Way
Contains brief biography, list of key works, suggested reading, timeline, recommended recordings, historical context, and links from Heart's Ease Conservatory.
The Grieg Archives
Contains summary of holdings and contact information.
Grieg, Edvard (1843 - 1907)
Brief biography, caricature, and summary of stage works with recommended recording.
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