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The poem "Förklaring" was written by the Swedish poet Karin Boye (1900-1941) and published in 1922. This setting of the poem, including the English version of the lyrics, was written in 2018. The composer Maria Ljungdahl was born in Täby in 1959. Her very first musical compositions were written between 1964 and 1969, while she studied piano and music theory with Greta Westfelt (a student to Nadia Boulanger) in Stockholm. She began the study of voice and classical song in her early teens; first several years with Ingmari Landin at Kommunala Musikskolan in Danderyd, and later studied with Hans Linden at S:t Sigfrids folkhögskola in Växjö and with Christina Gorne at a private studio at Stora Teatern in Gothenburg. Maria Ljungdahl studied composition with Ladislau Müller in Växjö and Carl-Axel Hall in Gothenburg, and has a B.A. in Musicology.
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