Frederik Rung

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Frederik Rung (June 14, 1854 - January 22, 1914, aged 60) was a Danish composer, the son of Henrik Rung. He was conductor Madrigal Choir of the Caeciliaforening (da) (St Cecilia Society) of Copenhagen, and Grieg dedicated to this choir and its conductor his Two religious choral pieces of 1898.[1]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • Songs and guitar pieces on Roser og Kjerlighed: Inspired by Norway with songs by his father Henrik Rung. Singers Helene Wold, Per Andreas Tønder, Vegard Lund guitar, piano Eugene Asti. Lawo 2011.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Beryl Foster The Songs of Edvard Grieg 2007- Page 86 "The pieces were dedicated to the Madrigal Choir of the Caeciliaforening (St Cecilia Society) of Copenhagen and its conductor Frederik Rung, who gave the first performance in November 1899."
  • This article was initially translated from the Danish Wikipedia.

External links[edit]

Free scores by Frederik Rung at the International Music Score Library Project