Lund, Signe, Norwegian composer; b. Christiania, April 15,1868; d. there (Oslo), April 6,1950. She studied in Berlin, Copenhagen, and Paris, and spent several years in America. As a composer, she was completely under the lyrical domination of Grieg’s music, and her works are eminently perishable. She wrote a ceremonial overture, The Road to France, on the occasion of America’s entry into World War I in 1917; also various instrumental pieces and songs. She publ, an autobiography, Sol gjennem skyer (Oslo, 1944).
—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire