Composers

Laura Netzel

Piano
Voice
Violin
Cello
Soprano
Organ
Flute
Female chorus
Alto
Men's chorus
Song
Piece
Dance
Berceuse
Secular choruses
Choruses
Étude
Trio
Duet
Religious music
by popularity

#

2 Choruses2 Etudes de Concert, Op.522 Songs. Op.202 Trios3 Duets, Op.393 Lieder, Op.443 Salon Pieces, Op.243 Songs3 Songs, Op.313 Songs, Op.474 Sånger, Op.364 Songs, Op.466 Morceaux, Op.57

A

Andante Religioso, Op.48Ave Maria, Op.41

B

Ballad, Op.19Ballad, Op.35Berceuse et Tarentelle, Op.28Berceuse, Op.59Berceuse, Op.69Blå grottan, Op.43Blomman

C

Cello Sonata, Op.66Chanson Slave, Op.53Colibri, Op.72

D

Danse Hongroise, Op.51Din frid, var han en drömgestalt?, Op.61

F

Feu follet, Op.49Fjäriln

H

Humoresker för Piano, Op.26Humoresque, Op.37

K

Kyrko Aria

L

La Gondoliera, Op.60

M

Menuet, Op.48Morgonen

P

Piano Sonata, Op.27Piano Trio, Op.78Preludio e Fughetta, Op.68

R

Romance in A major, Op.40Romance in E major, Op.38

S

Säg mig du lilla fogelSerenade, Op.50Suite, Op.33Suite, Op.62

T

Tarantelle, Op.33Trastens klagan, Op.34

V

VårsångVoici la Brise, Op.55
Wikipedia
Laura Constance Netzel, née Pistolekors, (1 March 1839 – 10 February 1927) was a Finnish-born Swedish composer, pianist, conductor and concert organizer who sometimes used the pseudonym N. Lago. She was born in Rantasalmi, Finland, and was proud of her Finnish heritage throughout her life, even though she was just one year old when she moved permanently to Stockholm. Netzel studied piano with Mauritz Gisiko and Anton Door, voice with Julius Günther and composition with Wilhelm Heinze in Stockholm and Charles-Marie Widor in France.
Netzel was active in social causes, including support for poor women, children and workers. In 1866 she married professor Wilhelm Netzel of the Karolinska Institute. She died in Stockholm.
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