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Roger Svedberg (Sweden)

Born in Malmö 1963, a town in southern Sweden.
Like all Swedish kids at that time he had to start at the local music school by playing recorder. Unlike most kids he actually enjoyed it and a couple of years later he got the chance to study drum set and percussion.
Roger got his classical training at Malmö Music Conservatory studying under Lennart Gruvstedt and percussion legend Bent Lylloff.
In 1984 he got the opportunity to meet and study with jazz greats Gary Burton and Ed Saindon at Berklee School of Music, and pursue his interest in improvised music and the vibraphone.
1998 he son the audition to The Royal Opera of Stockholm, and in 1999 he got the position as assistant principle percussionist. A position he still holds today.
His first solo album "The Great European Song Book" with saxophone player Joakim Milder and pianist Adam Forkelid - an unique project that combines the world of opera and the world of jazz, was released 2006, and our new publication is a result of this important album.

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Sveberg, Roger: GREAT EUROPEAN SONGBOOK (Opera meets Jazz)
NEW
For Solo Vibraphone.
From the world of opera Roger Svedberg has selected his favourite arias and ouvertures and lovingly arranged them into vibraphone solos. The collection includes music from Lohengrin, Tannhäuser and Valkyries (Die Walküre) (Richard Wagner) La Boheme and Turandot (Giacomo Puccini) and from Othello (Giuseppe Verdi).
Book and CD.

Our price: kr. 250,00



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Svedberg, Roger: BUSY BOY
-for solo vibes-


Our price: kr. 149,00



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Svedberg, Roger: WALTZ FOR A LITTLE GIRL
-for solo vibes-

Our price: kr. 149,00


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