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Title Swedish music past and present. / [Translation of the Swedish texts: Dick Litell.
Imprint Stockholm : Musikrevy, [1967?]

Subject Music -- Sweden -- History and criticism.
Composers -- Sweden.
Alt Name Musikrevy.
Description 112 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
Note Cover title.
Special edition of Musikrevy.
Contents An American views Sweden's music / David Hall -- A midsummer's vigil / Hugo Alfvén -- Music in the welfare state / David Jenkins -- Music in milieu / Edward Maze -- The renaissance of Swedish folk music and why? / Matts Arnberg -- "The father of Swedish music" / Bertil Berthelson -- The court theater at Drottningholm / Gustaf Hilleström -- Between Beethoven and Berlioz--Franz Berwald / Åke Brandel -- Opera in space and in the round / Alf Thoor -- The Stockholm festival--an appraisal / Edward Maze -- The Swedish "visa" / Håkan Norlén -- Swedish popular music / George Eliasson -- Leading Swedish composers of the twentieth century / Gösta Percy -- A musical explosion / Göran Bergendal -- Conversations with Karl-Birger Blomdahl / Bengt Hambraeus -- The young lions / Lennart Reimers -- Music education in Sweden for young people and adults / Bengt Olof Engström -- Music on Radio Sweden / Bengt Hambraeus -- STIM--Sweden's ASCAP / Sven Wilson -- A land of plenty for musicologists / Gerd Reimers -- Swedish musical instruments on the world market / Gösta Percy -- "Pro musica" in Sweden -- A basic library of Swedish music on record.
OCLC # 585452
Additional Format Online version: Swedish music past and present. Stockholm, Musikrevy, 1967?] (OCoLC)636612879.

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