Henrik Strindberg

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Henrik Strindberg (born 28 March 1954) is a Swedish composer of contemporary music. He studied composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm from 1980 to 1987 where he studied for Gunnar Bucht and Sven-David Sandström amongst others. In 1985 he also participated in a summer course with Iannis Xenakis in Delphi. Apart from composing, he has been a member of the progressive rock band Ragnarök since the 1970s.[1] His music has been performed by acclaimed ensembles such as Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kroumata, Sonanza and The Gothenburg Combo.

Works[edit]

  • Bambu (1984)
  • Modell (1984)
  • Hjärtats slag (Heart Beats) (1985)
  • Inse (1985)
  • Unngg (1985)
  • Tredje andningen (Third Wind) (1985–1986)
  • I träd (Within Trees) (1986–1988)
  • Det första kvädet om Gudrun (1987)
  • Cassant (1989)
  • Fyra stycken (Four Pieces) (1990)
  • Etymology (1990–1992)
  • Katsu (1991)
  • 2 Pianos (1992)
  • Cheap Thrills (1993)
  • Nattlig madonna (Nocturnal Madonna) (1993)
  • Ursprung/gläntor (Origins/Glades) (1993)
  • Näcken epilog (1994–2002)
  • Förstorade fragment av en melodi (Magnified Fragments of a Melody) (1995–1996)
  • Vandringsflöjten (The Wandering Flute) (1996)
  • Hopp (Hope) (1997)
  • Minne (Memorial) (1997)
  • Utvald (Chosen) (1998)
  • Lika (Equal) (1998–1999)
  • En mans väg hos en ung kvinna (2000)
  • Trådar (Threads) (2001)
  • ...knäpper och drar (2002)
  • Lågmälda göranden (Understated Activities) (2003)
  • This road to Baghdad (2003)
  • I thought someone came (2003–2004)
  • Puff (2004)
  • Bryta snitt. Tiden fryser (2005)
  • Zum-zum-zum (2006)
  • Neptuni åkrar (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ljung, Rolf (27 November 2007). "Henrik Strindberg får förnämligt musikpris". Östra Småland och Nyheterna (in Swedish). Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved 2 April 2011. 

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