Songs after Swedish poems (work in progress)

Op. 17 Romanser och sånger. Songs after Swedish poems.

A song cycle for mezzo soprano and piano by M. E. Ljungdahl

(links to Score Exchange, for instant printouts or downloads of published sheet music)

A silk worm (1644)

Epiphany (1922)

Breeze upon the moor (1990)

Almost winter (1990)

The ballad of a Chinese picture (1980)

Magpies sit on the highest spire (c. 1750)

Vogue la galère (1838)

Lament (1753)

An entrusted pain (1986)

Strange elements (2011)

from Exile (1876)

The cornucopia of inhabited worlds (2009)

Adversity and Providence (1772)

My heart’s delight, how still! (1651)

(the years mentioned in the titles of the songs are when the poems were written or first published)

Useful links to websites, demo tracks, recorded sounds, video art and sheet music

Maritune Art & Music Presentation (composer C.V.) page.

Facebook page /maritunemusic For updates about the artist and business entity Maritune Art & Music.

Bandcamp digital music store.

CD Baby digital music store.

Score Exchange web shopSheet music to purchase for the right to print out copies (from online, to your own printer) and/or download a copy of a pdf version.

Swirly Music web shop Sheet music to purchase to recieve professionally printed copies (mail order) or a downloaded copy of a pdf version.

LKR Sheet Music web shopBritish web shop where a couple of my songs are available.

Tracks at SoundCloud audio service Some demo files and recordings with examples of my music from the last two decades.

Youtube channel /maljharbourShort movies with new music, art videos, more or less traditional music videos, demo videos with sheet music viewing/listening, and other things.

Tracks at Alonetone audio serviceMostly examples of my musical experiments, raw material recordings and mixes/mashes from my contributions to the online events at the Sound-In collaboration group of composers and improvisers.

Instagram /maljharbourImages of small things, keyboard instruments, sheet music and a harbour.

Twitter /marituneMostly links to new posts elsewhere, seldom discussions, occasionally some few tweets and re-tweets on various topics.

maritune.comPersonal web domain and electronic mailbox address.

article from STM-OnlineEnglish translation of a contribution to a debate about the status of music history in Swedish musicology.

Blondel’s SongSummary of a paper in musicology, written in Swedish in 1996-97.

Beyond Good And Atonal (this blog) Writings and blog things in Swedish or English.