Ingvar Lidholm

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Ingvar Lidholm circa 1945.

Ingvar Natanael Lidholm (24 February 1921 – 17 October 2017) was a Swedish composer. He was born in Jönköping, Sweden. Lidholm completed a number of new works: the piano pieces Sonatin (“Sonatina”), (10) Miniatyrer (“Ten Miniatures”), and Lätta pianostyken (“Easy Piano Pieces”).[1] In 1956, Lidholm left his conducting post in Örebro to assume the head of the Chamber Music Department at Swedish Radio.[2]

Lindholm was awarded the Rolf Schock Prize in 1993.

Lidholm died in Stockholm, Sweden on 17 October 2017 at the age of 96.[3]

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  1. Quoted in Lars Edlund, “Den nya körmusiken” in Svensk musik perspektiv (Stockholm: Nordiska musicförlaget, 1971), pp. 330–331. Translation Bruce E. Brolsma.
  2. Brolsma, Bruce Edward. The Music of Ingvar Lidholm: A Survey and Analysis. Ph.D. dissertation (Music Theory), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA, 1979, p. 89.
  3. TT (18 October 2017). "Tonsättaren Ingvar Lidholm död" – via www.svd.se.

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