Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): Peer Gynt Suite 1 Op. 46 (1888): I. Morning Mood II. The Death of Åse III. Anitra's Dance IV. In the Hall of the Mountain King Suite No. 2, Op. 55 (1891): I. The Abduction of the Bride. Ingrid's Lament II. Arabian Dance III. Peer Gynt's Homecoming IV. Solveig's Song .
In the Hall of the Mountain King. A childrens book about Peer Gynt, a naughty little boy who disobeys his mother to stay out searching for treasure, discovers a magnificent cave that leads him deep into the heart of another world. based on the incidental music of Edvard Grieg.
In The Hall of the Mt. King-Listening Glyph (Art Music Lesson) Spooky Music
Are you needing a unique art music listening piece for the upcoming spooky music season? Composer Edvard Grieg's beloved childhood classic Peer Gynt Suites can now be more easily enjoyed by youngsters as they engage themselves in this adorable listening glyph as they are listening to the famous movement from the suite, In The Hall of the Mountain King.
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) was a Norwegian composer whose musical inspiration came from the folk music and folk stories of his homeland. He wrote a range of musical forms, but concentrated primarily on piano compositions. His most popular music was written as incidental music for the play Peer Gynt.