Epistles of Fredman (Bellman, Carl Michael)

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For Guitar solo

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Jujimufu (2009/11/3)

Editor L.P.S. Tellefsen, arranger
Publisher. Info. Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, n.d. Plate: 7430
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Misc. Notes From the Boije collection
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Epistle No.9

For Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon and Horn (Zintl)

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Frank Zintl (2009/11/3)

Editor Frank Zintl, arranger
Publisher. Info. Frank Zintl
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Misc. Notes Arrangement of Fredmans Epistle No 9 for Flute, Clarinet (B), Horn (F) and Bassoon.
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Epistle No.71: Ulla! min Ulla! säj får jag dig bjuda

For Guitar solo

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Jujimufu (2009/10/29)

Editor C.O. Boije af Gennäs (1849-1923), arranger
Publisher. Info. Augsburg: Freie Vereinigung zur Förderung guter Guitaremusik. 1908. Plate: V,4
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Misc. Notes From the Boije collection
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General Information

Work Title Fredmans epistlar
Alternative. Title
Composer Bellman, Carl Michael
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 82 Songs and Poems
First Publication. 1791
Librettist Carl Michael Bellman
Language Swedish
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voice, accompaniment (see below)


Misc. Comments

According to Grove Music, this is a song collection that is "a collection of fictional letters portraying imaginary scenes in the lives of known contemporary drunkards and loose women". Bellman was a gifted poet who took most of the melodies from other sources, though he may have composed a few himself. Grove doesn't mention what the original accompaniment was in the 1791 publication, but some of the melodies are from Swedish dance books where the music is transcribed for 2 violins.