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Albert Schnelzer
1972 -
A. Schnelzer
Albert Schnelzer (03/06/1972), a Swedish composer, born in Värmland. Between 1994 and 2000 he studied at the Malmö Academy of Music and he has also studied at the master's level at the Royal College of Music in London. In 1998, while still a student, Albert Schnelzer won the competition Composers of Tomorrow with the orchestral work "Erupto", which was premiered by the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra. Albert Schnelzer was chosen to be a member of the Society of Swedish Composers in 2001. He is one of Sweden's most frequently performed contemporary composers and made his international breakthrough at the Présence Festival in Paris 2004. His music is often described as energetic and forwardgoing, lyrical and fragile, but also directly accessible and intensly personal.
Period:21st century
Composed in:2004
Musical form:free
Label(s):Daphne 1031
Requiem (2004) for soprano and piano. It contains:
- Smärtan I
- Kärlek
- Smärtan II
Contributor:Mattias Hall