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Publication . Article . 2021

Pehr Strand och speluret på Lövstabruks herrgård

Johan Norrback;
Open Access
Published: 02 Jul 2021 Journal: 1700-tal: Nordic Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, volume 18, pages 84-103 (issn: 1652-4772, eissn: 2001-9866, Copyright policy )
Publisher: UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Abstract
Pehr Strand (c. 1758–1826) was the most prominent builder of organ clocks in Sweden around 1800. Strand built in the so-called Berlin tradition, but with clock cases decorated in the typical Gustavian style. The music on the barrels are examples of the typical repertoire performed at different venues in Stockholm, and published in the periodical Musikaliskt Tidsfördrif. A micro-history of the organ clock at the Lövstabruk Manor describes the current position of the research field, and provides, with related sources of different kinds, a reference point for a call to researchers from other fields to contribute in their respectively area of expertise.
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History, Cultural Studies, Pehr Strand, organ clock, mechanical instruments, Lövstabruk, Musikaliskt Tidsfördrif, Olof Åhlström, Johan Christian Knoop, digital humanities, Modern history, 1453-, D204-475

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