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Sverre Bergh

Sverre Bergh composer

date of birth: 02.11.1915
date of death: 08.12.1980

Sverre Arvid Bergh (born 2 November 1915 in Hamar , died 8 December 1980 in Bergen ) was a Norwegian musician, composer and music organizer. He was director of the Bergen Festival 1976-1980.
Bergh studied with Fartein Valen . Among other things, he composed two string quartets, a string quintet, a duo and a trio for strings, choral works, a concerto for clarinet and orchestra, and several cantatas. The choral work "And Death Shall Have No Dominion" (1976) to text by Dylan Thomas is considered his main work. He was twice awarded the NOPA Prize for Work of the Year : for "Fanitullen" in 1968 and for "Mini-kantate" in 1970.

He was married to actress Eva Bergh (1926–2013) and brother of conductor Øivind Bergh (1909–1987).

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Concertino for clarinet and strings - Sverre Bergh

Concertino for clarinet and strings

Sverre Bergh
Holzblasinstrumente

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13,90 €
Pan : for flute - Sverre Bergh

Pan : for flute

Sverre Bergh

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8,80 €
And Death shall have no Dominion : - Sverre Bergh
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5,90 €
Bønder i Byen (Fra "Småbyskisser") (Country-Folk in Town (From "Village Sketches") - Sverre Bergh / Arr. Idar Torskangerpoll

Bønder i Byen (Fra "Småbyskisser") (Country-Folk in Town (From "Village Sketches")

Sverre Bergh / Arr. Idar Torskangerpoll
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Country Folk In Town - Sverre Bergh / Arr. Edward B. Nilsen

Country Folk In Town

Sverre Bergh / Arr. Edward B. Nilsen
Blasorchester / Concert Band

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42,80 €
Kontrapunkt i Grukkedalen - A Fugue for Fun - Sverre Bergh / Arr. Idar Torskangerpoll

Kontrapunkt i Grukkedalen - A Fugue for Fun

Sverre Bergh / Arr. Idar Torskangerpoll
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