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Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm

by Molithaeus

  • Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm
  • Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm
  • Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm
  • Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm
  • Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm
  • Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) Deathmask. Miniature Replica 100mm

Description

This is a miniature replica of the original object stored at Stockholm Stadsmuseum 

Carl Michael Bellman was a Swedish songwriter, composer, musician, poet and entertainer. He is a central figure in the Swedish song tradition and remains a powerful influence in Swedish music, as well as in Scandinavian literature, to this day. He has been compared to Shakespeare, Beethoven, Mozart, and Hogarth, but his gift, using elegantly rococo classical references in comic contrast to sordid drinking and prostitution—at once regretted and celebrated in song—is unique.

Bellman is best known for two collections of poems set to music, Fredman's songs (Fredmans sånger) and Fredman's epistles (Fredmans epistlar). Each consists of about 70 songs. The general theme is drinking, but the songs "most ingeniously" combine words and music to express feelings and moods ranging from humorous to elegiac, romantic to satirical.

Bellman's patrons included King Gustav III of Sweden, who called him a master improviser. Bellman's songs continue to be performed and recorded by musicians from Scandinavia and in other languages, including English, French, German, Italian and Russian. Several of his songs including Gubben Noak and Fjäriln vingad are known by heart by many Swedes. His legacy further includes a museum in Stockholm and a society that fosters interest in him and his work.

Bellman on Wikipedia

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Measurements: 100mm x 69,42mm x 49,52mm Approximate weight: 57grams. 2 Ounces.

 

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Price estimates for EU customers (+shipping 6.30-9.50€):

SLS 150mm 160€. 200mm 286€

Alumide 100mm 49€. 150mm 260€. 200mm 384€

Standard Resin 100mm 72€. 150mm 250€. 200mm 419€

Transparant Resin 100mm 333€. 150mm 522€. 200mm 648€

Steel 100mm 250€. 150mm 640€

Titanium 100mm 970€. 150mm 2285€

Aliminium 100mm 406€. 150mm 911€. 200mm 1915€

Brass 50mm 83€ 100mm 569€

Silver 50mm 130€ 100mm 930€

14K Gold 50mm 2116€

Bronze 50mm 78€ 100mm 475€

Copper 50mm 97€ 100mm 506€

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