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Hovsångare (Hovsångerska for women), literally Court Singer, is a title awarded by the Swedish monarch to a singer (usually an Anne Chabanceau de La Barre and Joseph Chabanceau de La Barre were singers at the court of Queen Christina of Sweden.


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Jenny Lind in La sonnambula

21st century

20th century

19th century

18th century

See also


  • Nyström, Pia; Kyhlberg-Boström Anna, Elmquist Anne-Marie: Kungl. Musikaliska akademien: matrikel 1771-1995, Kungliga Musikaliska Akademien, Stockholm 1996, Kungl. Musikaliska akademiens skriftserie, 84. ISSN 0347-5158. ISBN 91-85428-99-X. Libris 7749167.
  • Moberg Carl-Allan, Sundström Einar, Morin Gösta: Sohlmans musiklexikon: nordiskt och allmänt uppslagsverk för tonkonst, musikliv och dans. 2, Ehlers-Ingressa, Sohlman, Stockholm 1950 (swe). Libris 42147.
  • Åström Kenneth, Engström Christer, Marklund Kari: Nationalencyklopedin: ett uppslagsverk på vetenskaplig grund utarbetat på initiativ av Statens kulturråd. Bd 9, [Him-Issk], Bra böcker, Höganäs 1992 (swe). Libris 8211193.
  • Leif Jonsson, Ann-Marie Nilsson och Greger Andersson: Musiken i Sverige. Från forntiden till stormaktstidens slut 1720 (Music in Sweden. From Ancient times to the end of Empire)(Swedish)
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