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The Symphonic Swedish Organ

Waldemar Åhlén (1894-1982) 1. Allegro festivo Bedrich Janacek (1920-2007) 2. O Jesu Krist, du nådens brunn 3. Toccata Yngve Sköld (1899-1992) 4. Adagio Hilding Rosenberg (1892-1985) Fantasia e Fuga 5. Fantasia 6. Fuga Staffan Storm (f. 1964) 7. Et lux in tenebris lucet Hilding Rosenberg (1892-1985) 8. Fantasi d-moll Johan Helmich Roman (1694-1758) from Drottningholmsmusiken (1744), adapted to organ by Bedrich Janacek (1986) 9. Allegro con spirito 10. [Lento] 11. Allegro Harald Fryklöf (1882-1919) 12-14. Symfoniskt stycke
  • Anders Johnsson - organ

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Anders Johnsson plays on the organ in the St. Johannes Church in Malmö. Anders Johnsson (born 1969) has been the organist in St. Andreas' church in Malmö since 2000, where he is responsible for a wide range of choir and music activity. He studied organ with Per Rydén, Hans Hellsten, Mikael Wahlin, Jean Boyer and finally in the soloist class at the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music in Copenhagen with Hans Fagius. His studies ended with a solo concert debut in Copenhagen in 1999. Before this he studied musicology in Lund, as well as taking a degree in church music, and baroque music at the Malmö Academy of Music. For a decade he has taught solo organ and courses in organ knowledge in the church music education at the same institution. Anders Johnsson is also regularly engaged as an organ expert in the southern part of the country and has therefore often focused on the revival of historical pipe material in newly re-visioning symphonic instruments. Anders Johnsson concertizes regularly in Sweden and abroad and has played for Sweden's radio P2 as well as participated in a number of CD productions. He enjoys performing music from different epochs and countries, but has a particular love of Swedish and French romantic music, as well as chamber music on historically relevant instruments.