Lindegren, Johan, Swedish organist, teacher, and composer; b. Ullared, Jan. 7,1842; d. Stockholm, June 8, 1908. He settled in Stockholm, where he was a student at the Cons. (1860–65) of van Boom (piano), Randel (violin), and Behrens (composition). He was chorus master at the Royal Theater (from 1861), a teacher of counterpoint at the Cons. (from 1876), a music teacher at the Jacobshögskolan (from 1881), and cantor at the Storykrkan (from 1884). He ed. Tidning för kyrkomusik (1881–82) and publ. a Koralbok (1905). As a composer, he was best known for his piano music.
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