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Edward Hagerup Grieg - a short chronology

1843: born in Bergen on June 15th. Father Alexander was a Scottish-born merchant and British Consul; mother, Gesine (nee Hagerup), pianist, Edward's first teacher.

First part

1858-62: Married Ola Bull's violinist is convinced that Edward's parents will allow him to study at the famous Leipzig Conservatory.

1863-66: lived in Copenhagen, then at the Scandinavian Cultural Center, where he met Ricard Nordraac, who was interested in Norwegian affairs. Sonata for the first violin, Sonata for piano, Op.5 games (including "I Love You") and Lyrical Songs, Book I. First Visit to Rome.

1867-70: He married the singer Nina Hagerup and was a music teacher and conductor in Christiania (Oslo). 1868: Piano Concerto in a Minor, which was considered to be a famous place in the world. 1869: 13-month-old daughter died of meningitis. During his visit to Rome in 1870, he met Liszt, who encouraged him to write.

Second part

1871-75: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson and Henrik Ibsen, two of the greatest writers of the two ages, whose poetry was inspired by both their best songs and Peer Gynt. The death of both parents in 1875 and the difficulty of marriage led to a profound feeling of ballad for piano, Ibsen, op.25 and string quartet. In 1874 he received a government scholarship to dedicate his life to the composition.

1877-79: Album for Men's Voices. The first non-standard Norwegian forms study: Den Bergtekne, the installation of old Norwegian poems on baritone, string and horns.

1880-84: Conductor of the Harmonien Orchestra of Bergen. Vigne songs, op.33, including Spring. Cello Sonata. Holberg Suite for Piano.

1885: Villa "Troldhaugen" is built outside Bergen.

1886-91: Continuing touring Europe. German songs, op.48. Lyric works, book V.

1892-4: Silver Wedding Day: Wedding Day in Troldhaugen. Kragi Settings, op.60

1895-99: The Newest Lyric Book. Children's Songs, op.61. Haugtuss song cycle, op.67.

1903-6: 60th Anniversary Celebration in Troldhaugen With Greetings From The World. He whispered in the Dreyfuse case in Paris, but later named "New Grieg" for Slotter, Cl. Four psalm solo mixed choir and baritone.

1907: September 4 he died in a hospital in Bergen.

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