Richard Andersson, born 22 August 1851 in Stockholm and died 20 May 1918, was a Swedish pianist, teacher and composer who influenced generations of pianists and composers through the highly distinguished music school that he founded in 1886. As a composer, he composed music and songs, and made several arrangements of Swedish folk music. He was elected into the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in 1890, and taught at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Stockholm between the years 1904 and 1906, receiving his professor’s title in 1912.
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