Launy Grøndahl

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Launy Grøndahl (June 30, 1886 – January 21, 1960) was a Danish composer and conductor. Grøndahl studied the violin from the age of eight. His first work as a professional musician was as a violinist with the Orchestra of the Casino Theatre in Copenhagen when he was aged just thirteen.

He was also for a long period (1925–1956) the resident conductor of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Denmark's most prestigious orchestra.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2002 Saint‐Saëns: Bassoon Sonata / Grøndahl: Bassoon Concerto / Röntgen: Bassoon Sonata & 3 Romances for Piano Saint‐Saëns, Grøndahl, Röntgen; Dirk Meijer, Jan van Liere 1

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