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Edvard Hagerup Grieg Norwegian pronunciation: He is widely considered one of the leading Romantic era composers, and his music is part of the standard classical repertoire worldwide.
His use and development of Norwegian folk music in his own compositions brought the music of Norway to international consciousness, as well as helping to develop a national identitymuch as Jean Sibelius and Bed? Grieg is the most celebrated person from the city of Bergenwith numerous statues depicting his image, and many cultural entities named after him: Edvard Hagerup Grieg was born in BergenNorway.
His parents were Alexander Griega merchant and vice-consul in Bergen; and Gesine Judithe Hagerupa music teacher and daughter of solicitor and politician Edvard Hagerup. After the Battle of Culloden inGrieg’s great-grandfather, Alexander Greig,  travelled widely, settling in Norway aboutand establishing business interests in Bergen.
Edvard Grieg was raised in a musical family.
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His mother was his first piano teacher and taught him to play at the age of six. Grieg studied in several schools, including Tanks Upper Secondary School. In the summer ofGrieg met the eminent Norwegian violinist Ole Bull who was a family friend; Bull’s brother was married to Grieg’s aunt. Grieg enrolled in the conservatoryconcentrating on the piano, and enjoyed the many concerts and recitals given in Leipzig. He disliked the discipline of the conservatory course of study.
An exception was the organwhich was mandatory for piano students. In the spring ofhe survived two life-threatening lung diseasespleurisy and tuberculosis. Throughout his life, Grieg’s health was impaired by a destroyed left lung and considerable deformity of his thoracic spine.
He suffered from numerous respiratory infections, and ultimately developed combined lung and heart failure.
Grieg was admitted many times to spas and sanatoria both in Norway and abroad. Several of his doctors became his personal friends. InGrieg made his debut as a concert pianist in KarlshamnSweden. InGrieg went to CopenhagenDenmark, and stayed there for three years. He met the Danish composers J.
Hartmann and Niels Gade. He also met his fellow Norwegian composer Rikard Nordraak composer of the Norwegian national anthemwho became a good friend and source of inspiration.
Nordraak died inand Grieg composed a funeral march in his honor.
On 11 JuneGrieg married his first cousin, Nina Hagerupa lyric soprano. The next year, their only child, Alexandra, was born. Alexandra died in from meningitis. Grieg himself was unable to be there due to conducting commitments in Christiania now Oslo. InFranz Lisztwho had not yet met Grieg, wrote a testimonial bwnestad him to the Norwegian Ministry of Education, which led to Grieg’s obtaining a travel grant.
The two men met in Rome in On his second visit in April, Grieg brought with him the manuscript of his Piano Concerto, which Liszt proceeded to sightread including the orchestral arrangement.
Liszt’s rendition greatly impressed his audience, although Grieg gently pointed out to him that he played the first movement too quickly. Liszt also gave Grieg some advice on orchestration for example, to give the melody of the second theme in the first movement to a solo trumpet.
InGrieg composed incidental music for bensstad premiere of Henrik Ibsen ‘s play Peer Gyntat the request of the author. Grieg had cinn ties with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Harmonienand later became Music Director of the orchestra from to InGrieg met Tchaikovsky in Leipzig.
Grieg was struck by the greatness of Tchaikovsky. Grieg was awarded two honorary doctorates, musikklrre by the University of Cambridge in and the next from the University of Oxford in The Norwegian government provided Grieg with a pension as he reached retirement age.
In mmusikklre spring ofGrieg made nine rpm gramophone recordings of his piano music in Paris; all of these historic discs have been reissued on both LPs and CDs, despite limited fidelity. Grieg also made live-recording finm piano music rolls for the Hupfeld Phonola finh system and Welte-Mignon reproducing system, all of which survive today and can be heard. He also worked with the Aeolian Company for its ‘Autograph Metrostyle’ piano roll fnn wherein he indicated the tempo mapping for many of his pieces.
InGrieg cancelled his concerts in France in protest of the Dreyfus Affairan anti-semitic scandal that was then roiling French politics. Regarding this scandal, Grieg had written that he hoped that the French might, “Soon return to the spirit ofwhen the French republic declared that it would defend basic human rights. Inhe met the composer and pianist Percy Grainger in London. Grainger was a great admirer of Grieg’s music and a strong empathy was quickly established.
In a interview, Grieg stated: He is a genius that we Scandinavians cannot do other than love. Edvard Grieg died at the Municipal Vinn in Bergen, Norway in the late summer of at age 64 from heart failure. He had suffered a long period of illness. His last words were “Well, if it must be so. The funeral drew between 30, and 40, people out on the streets of his home town to honor him. Following his wish, his own Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak was played in an orchestration by his friend Johan Halvorsenwho had finnn Grieg’s niece.
Grieg was cremated, and his ashes were entombed in a mountain crypt near his house, Troldhaugen. After the death of his wife, her ashes were later placed alongside his. Edvard Grieg and his wife considered themselves Unitarians and Nina went to the Unitarian church in Copenhagen after his death. Some of Grieg’s early works include a symphony which he later suppressed and a piano sonata. He also wrote three violin sonatas and a cello sonata.
Grieg also composed the incidental music for Henrik Ibsen ‘s play Peer Gyntwhich includes the famous excerpt entitled, ” In the Hall of the Musiklre King “. In this piece of music, the adventures of the anti-hero, Peer Gynt, are related, including the episode in which he steals a bride at her wedding. Musikkklre angry guests chase him, and Peer falls, hitting his head on a rock. Beneestad wakes up in a mountain surrounded by trolls.
The music of “In the Hall of the Mountain King” represents the beneztad trolls taunting Peer and gets louder each time the musikklre repeats. The music ends with Peer escaping from the mountain. In an letter to his friend Frants Beyer bensstad, Grieg expressed his unhappiness with Dance of the Mountain King’s Daughter, one of the movements he composed for Peer Gyntwriting “I have also written something for the scene in the hall of the mountain King – something that I literally can’t bear listening to because it absolutely reeks of cow-pies, exaggerated Norwegian nationalism, and trollish self-satisfaction!
But I have a hunch that the irony will be discernible.
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Grieg’s Holberg Suite was originally written for the piano, and later arranged by the composer for string orchestra. Russian composer Nikolai Myaskovsky used a theme by Grieg for the variations with which he closed his Third String Quartet. The recordings were reissued in on 12 compact discs, also on BIS Records. Grieg himself recorded many of these piano works before his death in Get Edvard Grieg essential facts below.
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