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Wilhelm Peterson-Berger (1867 - 1942) was a Swedish composer and music critic. As a composer, his main musical influences were Grieg, August Soderman and Wagner as well as Swedish folk idiom. Peterson-Berger studied at the Stockholm Conservatory from 1886 - 89 and then in Dresden for a year. He is best known for three albums of national romantic piano pieces entitled Frosoblomster I, II and III (Flowers of Froso), which includes the often performed Vid Froso kyrka (At Froso Church) and Sommarsang (Summer Song).