Henrik Rung

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Henrik Rung (March 30, 1807 - December 12, 1871) was a Danish composer.[1] His son Frederik Rung was also a composer and his daughter Sophie Keller was an opera singer at the Royal Danish Theatre.[2]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • Songs on Roses and Love. Helene Wold (Soprano), Per Andreas Tonder (Baritone), Eugene Asti (Piano), Vegard Lund (Guitar) Lawo 2011
  • Waltz Serenade. Mair-Davis Duo, Marilyn Mair, mandolin; Mark Davis, guitar: "Vienna Nocturne" North Star Records, 1991

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Sven Hakon Rossel - Hans Christian Andersen: Danish Writer and Citizen of the World 1996 - Page 188 "Today Henrik Rung is especially known for his tunes to Danish songs. One of the ... A men's choir, who called themselves Det skandinaviske Selskab, performed it for the first time in public at a concert conducted by Henrik Rung."
  2. ^ Høgel, Sten. "Sophie Keller (1850 - 1929)" (in Danish). Kvinfo. Retrieved 14 June 2017.
  • This article was initially translated from the Danish Wikipedia.