Laura Netzel

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Life

Born: 01 March 1839

Died: 10 Febr 1927

Biography

Laura Constance Netzel, née Pistolekors, (1 March 1839 – 10 February 1927) was a Finnish-born Swedish composer, pianist, conductor and concert organizer who sometimes used the pseudonym N. Lago.[1] She was born in Rantasalmi, Finland, and was proud of her Finnish heritage throughout her life, even though she was just one year old when she moved permanently to Stockholm.[2] Netzel studied piano with Mauritz Gisiko and Anton Door, voice with Julius Günther and composition with Wilhelm Heinze in Stockholm and Charles-Marie Widor in France.

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