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Georg Riedel

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Georg Riedel (born on 8 January 1934 Karlsbad, Czechoslovakia), is a Swedish double bass player and composer. Riedel migrated to Sweden at the age of four and went to school in Stockholm. He is of Jewish descent.

The most famous recording featuring Riedel is probably Jan Johansson's Jazz på svenska, a minimalist-jazz compilation of folk songs recorded in 1962-1963, though Reidel has recorded with other leading Swedish musicians including trumpeter Jan Allan.

Riedel's fame as a composer derives mainly from writing music for swedish childrens television, most of which based on Astrid Lindgren's books (Emil i Lönneberga, Alla vi barn i Bullerbyn, Karlsson på taket and, with Jan Joha...

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Mats Bergström

Bergström was born in Gävle, Sweden in 1961 but grew up in the city of Stockholm where he also got his MFA at the Royal College of Music in 1982. He has been a professional guitarist for well over twenty-five years now, working in various genres as soloist (recital debut at the Wigmore Hall, London in 1983, solo recording debut in 1986), accompanist and ensemble player. In 1990-92, Bergström took a break to spend two years in New York as a postgraduate student at Juilliard. Since then, he has been active primarily on the chamber music scene. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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