"Contes barbares" (1902), oil on canvas, 130 x 89 cm, of the painter Paul Gauguin, contemporary of Bergh (Museum Folkwang, Essen)

Arthur Bergh

Arthur Bergh


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The composer Arthur Bergh was born in St Paul on the 24th March 1882, the same year of the composers Abranyi (Ábrányi), Atanasov, Bimboni, Bingham, Braunfels, Coates, Daffner, Farmer, Gnesin, Hageman, Kodály, Konjovic, Kricka, Kálmán, Laliberté, Lattuada, Lendvay, Lyford, Malipiero, Marinuzzi, Nef, Nerini, O'Hara, Pick-Mangiagalli, Powell, Radó, Safranek-Kavic, Saminsky, Stravinsky, Szymanowski, Turina y Perez. He died on the 11th February 1962

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"The grass" (The grass so little has to do), published in 1954, text of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

"Music, when soft voices die", op. 37 n. 1, published in 1947, text of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

"The imprisoned soul" (At the last, tenderly), op. 31 n. 1, published in 1939, text of Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

"Dear Lord and Father" (O, Sabbath rest of Galilee), published in 1955, text of John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892)


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