A Swedish song treasure
The Swedish romance has proud origins, and the highlight was probably reached in the shift between the 19th and 20th centuries.
The young Swedish singer Erik Rosenius – winner of Rosenborg-Gehrmans’ prestigious scholarship – performs immortal romances by composers such as Peterson-Berger and Stenhammar with pianist Simon Smith. Let yourself be wrapped up in the exciting story of King Heimer and Aslög, or rest in the tranquil Song after the harvest period.
Söderman Kring Heimer and Auslög
Peterson-Berger Harvest Song (“Fridolin dances”)
Stenhammar Maiden Blond and Maiden Dark
Adolphson Now Living is Good
Erik Rosenius, bass
Simon Smith, piano
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