|Herman Berens. Etudes for the Left Hand, op. 89. For Piano.|
|Elibron Classics, 2005, 27 pages|
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|Herman Johan Berens (1826 - 1880), list of works|
|The son of German flautist-composer Karl Berens, young Hermann Berens studied music both in his native Hamburg and in Dresden before emigrating to Sweden to play in a series of chamber music concerts. Berens took a long sabbatical directing music for a hussar regiment before returning to Sweden and taking up residence as music director at the Mindre Teatern. At the same time, he began working as a professor at the Swedish Royal Academy of Music. Berens is remembered today mainly for his compositions, which are at once uniquely expressive and marvellously accessible.|
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