Oscar Byström

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October 25, 2021

Oscar Fredrik Bernadotte Byström (Stockholm, October 13, 1821 - Stockholm, July 22, 1909) is a Swedish composer and scientist. Life and work Oscar Byström Thomas Byström (1810–1870) was the son of a composer and military musician. From 1867 to 1872 he was the superintendent of the Stockholm College of Music, then until 1876 he worked as the head of the music association in Turku, Finland. From 1882 he ran his own music school in Stockholm. He published medieval Swedish hymns and Martin Luther's medieval hymns, and became famous for this. Byström has also composed some instrumental pieces, the most famous being his symphony in D minor and several excerpts from Hermann’s operetta Vimpel.

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Oscar F B Byström (in Swedish). Nationell AktivDatabas: Svenkst biografiskt lexikon. (Accessed March 25, 2013) Oscar Byström (1821-1909) (in Swedish). Levande Musikarc. (Accessed March 25, 2013)

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This article is based in part or in whole on a translation of the German Wikipedia article Oscar Byström. The editors of the original article are listed in its page history. This indication merely indicates the origin of the wording and does not serve as a source for the information contained in the article.

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