Edvard Grieg Research Paper

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Name: Edvard Grieg
Date of birth: June 15th,1843
Death: September 4th, 1907
He was born in Bergen, Norway
He died in his hometown of Bergen, Norway at the age of 64
Family: Wife~ Nina, Daughter~ Alexandra, Mother~Gesine Judithe Hagerar,
Father~ Alexander Grieg, Sister~ Maren, Brother~ John
Schooling: He attended Tanks Upper Secondary School in his younger years and at the age of 15 he enrolled in Leipzig Conservatory, where he graduated 4 years later as a talented composer and pianist. His mentor was Niels Gade.
Instruments he played: Piano
Important facts:
● Edvard was a Norwegian composer and pianist. It was his music that gave Norway its own identity and that made him a hero to the people of that country.
● Edvard had a toy frog that he would take to his concerts
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It also makes me feel like when I’m playing a baseball game and I need to run around the bases really fast. Or even if I’m the quarterback of a football team and I need to say, “hike” before the clock hits zero. It also makes me feel like I need to shoot the basketball before the shot clock hits zero. It’s an exciting song that keeps you on your toes.
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Parker Flax was born on March 16th, 2006 in Wichita, Kansas at
Wesley hospital. His early school days began at Tree House Learning
Center at the age of 1. At the age of 5 he began kindergarten at St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton in Wichita, Kansas. At the age of 3 he started playing soccer at the YMCA and his coach’s where his parents. Shortly after that he began playing T-ball. As he got older he began to play tackle football with his friends from school on the Wolverines then he switched over to play for his cousin, Randell on the Bears. He soon fell in love with baseball and basketball which are his two favorite sports. His baseball team, The
Royals is full of his school friends as well as his basketball team, The
Shockwave.
Resources:
● Google Images
● Bing.com/images
● Cmuse.org
● Making music fun
● Music Academy

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