Edvard Hagerup Grieg
Profile of the performer Edvard Grieg: Norwegian composer and pianist, born in Bergen, 15 June 1843, died 4 September 1907, also in Bergen. By borrowing rhythmic and melodic elements from norwegian folk music he created nationally romantic and patriotic music. Most famous are perhaps his compositions to the play "Peer Gynt" (written by Henrik Ibsen), which features songs as "Morning Mood" and "In The Hall of The Mountain King". Edvard Grieg is considered to be the greatest norwegian composer of all time.