|| Langgaard's connection to Sweden
comprises the following places:
- Kullen and Helsingborg
(Scania), to which he had a special relationship
all his life.
- Kyrkhult (Blekinge),
where he spent four summers between 1909 and
- Sundhultsbrunn (Småland), a health resort which he
visited with his parents for two months in the
summer of 1911.
- Södervik (Värmland), which Langgaard and his mother
visited in the summer of 1914 (two months).
- Tyringe (Scania), where he
stayed for longer periods in 1915 and 1916.
- Stockholm, which Langgaard visited in connection with
the following concerts:
- 13.11.1910. Presentation concert before an
- 13.1.1916. Sfinx was performed for the
Concert Association (Langgaard conducted the
- 17.1.1916. Presentation concert with
chamber music and lieder.
- 20.1.1924. The Concert Association put on a
Danish concert, including Langgaard's Sinfonia
internal for soprano and
orchestra. Carl Nielsen's 5th Symphony was
performed for the first time in Sweden on this
occasion, and was given a tumultuous reception by
- In addition, the Orchestra Association of Gothenburg performed Sfinx
on 12.4.1916, but Langgaard was not present.
Neither Norway nor Finland were visited by
Langgaard, and works by the composer were only performed on two
occasions in these two countries during his lifetime:
- Oslo, 28.2.1916, performance of Fjeldblomster (Mountain Flowers)
(from Symphony No. 1) for the Music Association, with Max
- Helsinki, 27.9.1934, String Quartet No. 3 was performed in the University
Aula during the Nordic Music Festival.