Born 17 July 1832. Died 10 February 1876
(Johan) August Söderman (17 July 1832, Stockholm – 10 February 1876, Stockholm) has traditionally been seen as the pre-eminent Swedish composer of the Romantic generation, known especially for his lieder and choral works, based on folk material, and for his theatre music, such as the incidental music to Ludvig Josephson's Marsk Stigs döttrar ("Marshal Stig's Daughter"), 1866, or his Svenskt festspel ("Swedish Festival Music").
Tracks (2)Last Played on BBCThree songs from 'Idyll and Epigram'
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