became favourites for pianists of all levels, and his songs were performed by known opera singers such as Dina Edling and Mathilda Grabow. Stockholm, Wilhelm Peterson-Berger Society, 1982. In style as much as content, the accounts he gives of concerts and operas in his letters home are already fully-formed reviews. After two years in the village school, where he found the formal demands on spelling and rote learning of the Catechism naturvitenskapelig museum oslo hard to accept, he was taught at home by a tutor to prepare him for the grammar school in Ume. The job that he first considered a temporary financial expedient at once gave him detailed and valuable information about the Stockholm music scene.
His compositions in the 19-volume series Svensk lyrik, comprising a total of 52 songs from 18, are unique. 2, he is best known for three albums of national romantic piano pieces entitled, frösöblomster I, II and III flowers of Frösö which includes the often performed. 4, Swedish Society Discofil, SCD 1089, 2005. 'Perspektiv p Peterson-Berger textbook to the CD of Arnljot, Caprice/Rikskonserter, CAP 1341-43, 1986. The feared trademark In all his writings (over 3,000 reviews and articles) Peterson-Berger stuck consistently to an idealistically toned musical aesthetic, constantly on his guard against superficial virtuosity, star-cults and mimicry. Olof Wilhelm Peterson-Berger was born on 27 February 1867 in Ullnger. Choir Initially inspired by August Söderman and Halfdan Kjerulf, Peterson-Berger created a new standard repertoire for mixed choir in the early 1890s, initially by arranging songs for male choir, folk songs and popular songs by the likes of Bellman, for his friends during their mountain. Lindblads förlag, Uppsala 1943. He lived alone there with a butler and his cats.