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'''Bo Hansson''' ([[April 10]], [[1943]] – [[April 23]], [[2010]]) was a Swedish musician and composer. He became internationally famous for releasing albums with music inspired by ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' in the 1970s.<ref>Måns Wallgren, "[http://www.dn.se/kultur-noje/musik/musikern-bo-hansson-har-avlidit Musikern Bo Hansson har avlidit]" (4 April 2010; English: "Musician Bo Hansson deceased") at [http://www.dn.se Dn.se] (accessed 8 March 2011)</ref>
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'''Bo Hansson''' ([[10 April|April 10]], [[1943]] – [[23 April|April 23]], [[2010]]) was a Swedish musician and composer. He became internationally famous for releasing albums with music inspired by ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' in the 1970s.<ref>Måns Wallgren, "[http://www.dn.se/kultur-noje/musik/musikern-bo-hansson-har-avlidit Musikern Bo Hansson har avlidit]" (4 April 2010; English: "Musician Bo Hansson deceased") at [http://www.dn.se Dn.se] (accessed 8 March 2011)</ref>
  
 
==Discography, selected==
 
==Discography, selected==

Revision as of 14:55, 9 June 2011

Bo Hansson in the 1970s

Bo Hansson (April 10, 1943April 23, 2010) was a Swedish musician and composer. He became internationally famous for releasing albums with music inspired by The Lord of the Rings in the 1970s.[1]

Discography, selected

  • 1970: Sagan om Ringen (English release: The Lord of the Rings, 1972)
  • 1972: Ur Trollkarlens hatt (English release: Magician's Hat, 1974; includes the track "Fylke" (English: "The Shire") which was recorded for but not released on Sagan om Ringen)[2]
  • 1975: Mellanväsen (English release: Attic Thoughts, 1975; this album was the last to include references to The Lord of the Rings)[2]

External links

References

  1. Måns Wallgren, "Musikern Bo Hansson har avlidit" (4 April 2010; English: "Musician Bo Hansson deceased") at Dn.se (accessed 8 March 2011)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Håkan Lahger, "Bo Hansson: Biography" (January 2002) at Silence.se (accessed 8 March 2011)