Mathias Lundholm

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Carl Mathias Lundholm (1785-1860) was a Swedish violinist and conductor. He studied violin in Paris with Pierre Baillot (1771-1842) from 1814 until 1816, and was teacher to both Ole Bull (1810-1880) and Otto Lindblad (1809-1864). From 1820 until 1827, he was principal conductor of Harmonien, which later became known as the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.