Edvard Grieg

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Norwegian composer whose work was often inspired by Norwegian folk music (1843-1907)

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Dwight's Journal of Music, 14 October 1876: "The Concerto of Edward Grieg is a very disjointed, spasmodic composition.
Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Clara and Robert Schumann, Edward Grieg and, of course, a native son who will receive special attention in 2013 on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Richard Wagner.
Her new CD is not operatic but a song recital of Edward Grieg.
The delightful evening was concluded by "Holberg suite in G major," a composition in five pieces written by Norwegian composer Edward Grieg, that commenced with a lively vivacious prelude.
Finally, one-time figures of the Liverpool University scene, the Chilingirian Quartet put us in their debt by reissuing the fine quartets of Edward Grieg.