Sven Sköld (1899−1956)


Sven Josua Sköld was born on the island of Lidingö, near Stockholm on 20 July 1899, and died there on 23 October 1956. He was a cellist, conductor and composer. He made his most significant musical contributions as a composer, arranger and orchestra conductor at the Swedish radio and as a composer of music for Swedish sound films. In both of these capacities he was one of the most productive and influential creators of music during the 1940s and 1950s.

Early career as a musician

Sven Sköld was born and died on the island of Lidingö, now on the outskirts of central Stockholm, and the capital city was his base throughout his entire life. In his twenties he was a student at the Kungliga Musikkonservatoriet (the Royal Conservatory of Music) where he studied during the years 1919−23, with the cello as his main instrument and Carl Lindhe as his main teacher. He then began a career as a cinema and restaurant musician – in which he worked fulltime until 1931, mainly within Stockholm.

At the same time he established himself as both a conductor and arranger within various contexts – his earliest compositions and arrangements stem from the early 1920s. He founded the ensemble Septiman in 1929, which comprised a string quartet, clarinet and piano. The group became quite popular, touring and making several gramophone recordings.

Radio collaborator and orchestra conductor

From the 1930s Sven Sköld and Septiman were played extensively on the radio and in 1931 he received his first appointment there. In 1943 he was hired as orchestra leader, arranger and conductor at the Radiotjänst (the Swedish radio). During 1942 he was also the conductor for the Hovkapellet  (the Royal Court Orchestra). As a frequent guest conductor in various contexts in other Nordic countries, he appeared on Danish, Norwegian and Finnish radio as a conductor.

During his lifetime Sven Sköld was especially know as a very skilful arranger and later as a composer. As an arranger he worked particularly with popular music and music for entertainment, partly with Septiman. He worked for Swedish radio with so-called radio potpourris often based on well know melodic material of various types, such as folk music or religious music – for example Så älskade Gud världen, a piece inspired by music from the free church movement that was also produced on a phonogram. Sköld was additionally the author of hundreds of radio rhapsodies – another form of larger arrangements for the radio, as in Som stjärnan uppå himmelen, Erk du, Maja du and Vid älvom, på berg och i dalom. These were all artistic adaptations of well-known Swedish folk tunes and religious songs that were used as musical raw material and freely available for use by composers and arrangers. In this capacity Sven Sköld was one of the most versatile and productive figures within Swedish radio.

Composer of film music

Beginning in 1929 Sven Sköld would come to arrange and compose music for some forty Swedish films, both long and short, feature films and newsreels. The exposure his music received through popular and iconic films such as Hon dansade en sommar and Salka Valka led to its becoming a sort of imaginary soundtrack for the Swedish 1940s and 1950s. The composed material from the films is essentially from the period 1942−57. The arrangements are often (but not always) from the same films during the period 1937−57 – i.e. up until one year after his death.

He collaborated with many of the era’s foremost Swedish directors; Arne Mattsson was a renowned creator of films, with whom Sven Sköld worked quite a bit. Some of his best-known contributions to the field include music for classic films such as Arne Mattsson’s previously named Hon dansade en sommar (1951), for which Sköld received the prize for best film music at the Cannes Film Festival in 1952. Others include Rolf Husberg’s Barnen från Frostmofjället (1945) and Mattsson’s Salka Valka (1954) as well as Hemsöborna (1955) – all significant audience successes. Sköld was also the orchestra conductor for several film music recordings, for which he both composed and arranged music: Ordet (1943), Klockan på Rönneberga (1944) and Johansson och Vestman (1946).

The composer

The exposure that he received on the radio as a composer was also significant; in certain years during the 1940s Sven Sköld was the most-played of all composers on the radio. Against a background of the premier importance of radio at the time and its huge impact on Swedish society, the fact that he was the most listened-to composer in that medium made him, in that sense, the most significant Swedish composer at the time.

Sköld would come to work within a range of the era’s important genres, in which suites for orchestra occupy a prominent place, for example, Orkestersvit and Kung Erik och Karin. His most performed and popular composition is the concert piece Sommar for violin and orchestra (1938−39), which, with its impressionistic-romantic tonal language and timeless qualities, proved to have an enduring and valuable place within the concert repertoire – there are also a number of recordings available.

Sven Sköld’s compositional style has been described as many things, including ‘a fittingly modern national romantic style’ by the Nationalencyklopedin and ‘a musical but willingly oversized entertainment style’ by Bonniers Musiklexikon. His music, through its connection with Swedish folk music (essentially orchestral arrangements) and a folk-like tone, actually does have a stylistic affinity with national romantic music. However, Sköld belongs to a later era that is influenced by modern music media such as radio and sound film, a popular music borne by the phonogram and, in a broad sense, modern streams within contemporary Swedish art music. In his overall creative output he consequentially reformulated impressions from 1930s neo-classic streams and French impressionism. This can be heard in the partly impressionistic, partly modern national romantic sounds of Sommar. In this respect his tonal language is related to the moderate modernism heard in a slightly younger generation – those born in the 1930s – including such names as Lars-Erik Larsson, Dag Wirén, Erland von Koch and Gunnar de Frumerie.

A musician of his time

Composition was only a part of Sven Sköld’s musical activity, albeit a prominent one. In fact he seamlessly united a number of creative musical roles into a clearly versatile persona: composer, arranger, conductor, orchestra leader, musician, radio presence and film music composer. His music was to the highest degree a mediatized one, in that it was produced for, presented in and influenced by media. It is in fact hardly possible to separate his composing from his two decades of daily activities at the Radiotjänst and the Svensk Filmindustri (the Swedish Film Industry) – and within these media his skills as an arranger, conductor and producer of recordings of previously composed music were put to good use equally well. In Sven Sköld’s case it is difficult to separate the composer from the arranger; they are two sides of the same coin.

Sven Sköld was involved in a large number of phonogram recordings as a conductor and performer, including a number of recordings with the group Septiman and with the Hovkapellet as well as other radio ensembles. In his roll as orchestra conductor he frequently recorded the works of other contemporary Swedish composers of art music, as well as a broad variety of music for entertainment and popular music. Examples include music for children, such as Alice Tegnér’s ‘Sjung med oss, mamma!’, but also his own minor compositions, which were given out on the record label Sagoton. Sven Sköld’s musical estate of compositions, arrangements and recordings combines numerous genres and styles, created for phonograms, radio and film. His creative output is all-encompassing to the extent of being almost impossible to get a good overview of, but is stylistically highly representative of his era, and well worth studying.

Toivo Burlin © 2016
trans. Jill Ann Johnson


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Summary list of works

Film music (Some 40 films, including: Hon dansade en sommar and Hemsöborna), orchestral works (Burlesque, Four Miniatures, Marin valsfantasi, Svensk Allmogemarsch, Vid älvom, på berg och i dalom, Sommar for violin and orchestra, etc.), vocal works with orchestra (Festspel, Ensam är min själ ikväll), songs, music for children, popular music and music for entertainment.

Collected works

Below the composer’s works are presented in their respective categories (original works and arrangements of other composers’ works) and chronologically, in those cases the year of composition of publication is known. Where this information is unknown there is no year indicated.

Film music
Slalom (short film) including: Ouverture, Lodjuret och haren, Mellanspel, Scherzo, 1937.
Johanssons i Vrena (dir. Gunnar Skoglund), 1942.
När lillan kom till jorden… (dir. Olle Nordemar), 1942.
Ordet (dir. Gustaf Molander), 1943.
Klockan på Rönneberga (dir. Gunnar Skoglund), 1944.
Barnen från Frostmofjället (dir. Rolf Husberg), 1945.
Johansson och Vestman (dir. Olof Molander), 1946.
Åsa-Hanna (dir. Anders Henrikson), 1. Polka and Schottische, 2. Gånglåt, 1946.
Rallare (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1947.
De valde friheten! (dir. Gunnar Olsson), 1948.
Flickan från fjällbyn (dir. Anders Henrikson), 1948. [Prelude, title sequence music, exit march, piano-motif.]
Hammarforsens brus (dir. Ragnar Frisk), 1948.
Trådarnas dans (dir. Per Gunvall), 1948.
Konung Gustaf V in memoriam (dir. Nils Jerring), [includes Preludium and others] 1950.
Hon dansade en sommar (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1951.
Starkare än lagen (dir. Arnold Sjöstrand, Ragnar Frisk, Martin Söderhjelm), 1951.
För min heta ungdoms skull (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1952.
Hård klang (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1952.
All jordens fröjd (dir. Rolf Husberg), 1953.
Ingen mans kvinna (dir. Lars-Eric Kjellgren), 1953.
Kärlekens bröd (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1953.
Skuggan (dir. Kenne Fant), 1953.
Salka Valka (dir. Arne Mattson), 1954.
Hemsöborna (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1955.
Nattens väv/Männen i mörker (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1955.
Paradiset (dir. Arne Ragneborn), 1955.
Prästen i Uddarbo (dir. Kenne Fant), 1957.
Vandring (dir. Arne Mattsson).

Individual songs in films
Blott en vagabond (F. Winter, Nils-Georg), from the film Muntra musikanter, 1932.
Sångvals, from the film Muntra musikanter, 1932.
Brudköpet, from the film Odygdens belöning, 1937.
Loppsexan, from the film Odygdens belöning, 1937.
Loppsexan, from the film Loppsexan, 1937.
Försona dig, from the film Ordet, 1943.
Vaggvisa, ,in: Katrina, 1943.
Vi kör stora lass (Rune Lindström), from the film Ordet, 1943.
Syndare, täpp ej ditt öra (R. Lindström), from the film Ordet, 1943.
Rallarvisa (Manne Briandt), from the film Rallare, 1947.
Gretas hambo, in: Hammarforsens brus, 1948.
Förtrollad vandring (R. Lindström), from the film Förtrollad vandring, 1954.
Nu domnar dagen mot sitt slut kring parkens trän, from the film Förtrollad vandring, 1954.
Tittskåpet: Kom hit gott folk och kika in uti mitt tittskåps svarta hus’, (R. Lindström), from the film Förtrollad vandring, 1954.
Lapplandslåt, in: Lappen i kåtan.
Havslängtan (J. Masefield).
Lunnejas sång.
Linda min Linda.

Film music: arrangements
Djurgårdsnätter (F. Winter), 1933.
Gurli (From the film ‘Gurli’, Jules Sylvain, Åke Söderblom), 1933.
Staden sjunger (From the film ‘Gurli’, Jules Sylvain, Åke Söderblom) 1933.
Odygdens belöning, (dir. Gideon Wahlberg and John Lindlöf), 1937.
Norrlandsskildringar (dir. Sten Nordenskiöld), 1937.
Än leva de gamla gudar (dir. Schamyl Bauman), 1937.
Tänk, om jag gifter mig med prästen (dir. Ivar Johansson), 1941.
Ordet (dir. Gustaf Molander), 1943.
Klockan på Rönneberga (dir. Gunnar Skoglund), 1944.
Barnen från Frostmofjället (dir. Rolf Husberg), 1945.
Åsa-Hanna (dir. Anders Henrikson), 1946.
Rallare (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1947.
De valde friheten! (dir. Gunnar Olsson), 1948.
Flickan från fjällbyn (dir. Anders Henrikson), 1948.
Hammarforsens brus (dir. Ragnar Frisk), 1948.
Hon dansade en sommar (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1951.
Starkare än lagen (‘Gårdmandstøsen) (dir. Arnold Sjöstrand, Ragnar Frisk and Martin Söderhjelm), 1951.
För min heta ungdoms skull (dir. Arne Mattson), 1952.
Hård klang (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1952.
All jordens fröjd (dir. Rolf Husberg), 1953.
Det var dans bort i vägen (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1953.
Ingen mans kvinna (dir. Lars-Eric Kjellgren), 1953.
Kärlekens bröd (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1953.
Rajd (dir. Richard Tegström), 1953.
Skuggan (dir. Kenne Fant), 1953.
Salka Valka (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1954.
Förtrollad vandring (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1954.
Hemsöborna (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1955.
Männen i mörker (dir. Arne Mattsson), 1955.

Vocal works with orchestra
Festspel, for chamber orchestra, children’s choir with accompaniment, 1942. Contents: 1. Prelude and prologue, 2. Med slägga, borr och spett, 3. Sjung med oss, mamma! (Alice Tegnér), 4. Målarnas entré, 5. Borrarvisa, 6. Gosskör vid järnvägsinvigningen (August Söderman) [Composed for Musikens vecka 1942], 1942.
Ensam är min själ i kväll (G. Nasenius), voice and orchestra, 1944, 1947.

Other orchestral music
På begäran! Potpourri. 1. Handklaverslåt, 2. En å te' samma slag, 3. Svärdsjöpolska, 4. På begäran, 5. Waldemar-hambo, 6. Hipp och Hopp, 7. På isen, 8. Klackjärnspolka, 9. Polkett från Uppland, 10. Beväringspolkett, 11. Hejsan grabbar [potpourri for salon orchestra resp. piano], 1921.
På begäran! 1. Bondvals, 2. Friarevalsen, 3. Sorundalåten, 4. Finska valsen, 5. Sandals kanon, 6. Tess lördan, 7. Näcken, 8. Schottis: Ska vi dansa polka eller kanske vals, 9. Beväringsdans från Axvalla he’, 10. Frykdalsdans, 11. Handklaverslåt,12. En te’ tå’samme slag, 13. Hambo: Svärdsjöpolska, 14. På begäran, 15. Waldemar-hambo, 16. Hipp och Hopp, 17. Polka: På isen, 18. Klackjärnspolka, 19. Polkett från Uppland, 20. Beväringspolkett, 21. Hejsan grabbar [potpourri for salon orchestra resp. piano]. 1921.
På begäran 2. I gamla tagen: Potpourri. 1. Fiskarvals från Bohuslän, 2. Spiskroksvalsen, 3. Karlskogavalsen, 4. Fjällbruden, 5. I sommarnatt, 6. Ölandstöser, 7. Nomra tre, 8. Min tös, 9. Östgötahambo, 10. Elvan, 11. For you, 12. Klarinettpolka, 13. Kadettliv, 14. Gillingepolkan, 15. Ingaröpolkan [potpourri for salon orchestra], 1921.
Arrangement for salon orchestra by Sven Sköld, 1933.
Rominpolska, 1937.
Dalpolska, 1938.
Dellens vågor, 1938.
Potpourri on melodies by Aug. Bondeson and Jödde i Göljaryd, 1938.
Sommar, for violin and orchestra, 1938. [Also in arr. for salon orchestra, 1946.]
Spiskroksvalsen [salon orchestra], 1939.
Trallar och bondlåtar, parts 1–2, 1939.
Folk music arranged by Sven Sköld. 1. Låtar från Särna, 2. Skrattpolska, Mowitz blåste en konsert [potpourri on Bellman melodies arr. by Sven Sköld], 1942.
Orchestral suite 1. Contents: Sommarpsalm, 2. Polska, 3. Ödemarksidyll, 4. Vitjelåten.
Svensk allmogemarsch, 1943.
Vid älvom, på berg och i dalom. Suite for orchestra in a Swedish folk tone, 1944. 1. Oxbergsmarschen, 2. Rättvikspolskor, 3. Vallåt, 4. Älvdalspolska, 5. Junkasgubbens brudmarsch, 6. Sommarpsalm, 7. Finnbackavals, 8. Bingsjöpolska.
Lappsk psalm, 1944.
Som stjärnan uppå himmelen. Rapsody in a Swedish folk tone, 1944.
Glada melodier från sekelskiftet arranged by Sven Sköld, 1945.
Per Albin Hanssons sorgmarsch, 1946.
Det våras ‘Spring is here, Valse romantique’, 1948.
Så älskade Gud världen, radio potpourri, 1955.
Four miniatures, for chamber orchestra, 1957.
Midnattssolens land.
Småland där det är så gött, gött, gött, rapsody.
Gläd dig du skåning, rapsodi över skånemelodier (N. Ludvig).
Sven i Luthagen: En svit på melodier (‘Sven im Lautenhein’, S. Scholander).
Marin valsfantasi.
Erk du, Maja du, radio rapsody.
Som stjärnan uppå himmelen, radio rapsody.
Kung Erik och Karin, suite.
Trallar och bondlåtar, potpourri for salon orchestra.

Vårtoner: Potpourri of the most popular spring songs arranged by Sven Sköld, 1936.
Trallar och bondlåtar [August Bondeson, Jödde i Göljaryd et. al, from a radio programme of the same name], 1939.
En visa vill jag sjunga, som handlar om min lilla vän. in: Folkvisor, 1941. [Also in a version for guitar in: Min tredje gitarrkompis, 1991.]
Canzonetta, for violin and piano, 1947.
Så älskade Gud världen all. Potpourri on spiritual songs, 1949.
Julpolskor och spelmanspolskor [piano].

Three songs: Ack, om jag vore kung (F.G. Bengtsson), Det står ett hus på stranden (S. Siwertz), Havslängtan (J. Masefield), Jag måste gå till sjöss igen, till molnens och havens hot, 1938.
Tuna ting: Dalkarlarnas brev till Gustav Vasa (E.A. Karlfeldt), for one voice and piano or lute, 1942.
Inte är jag ensam (Karl-Gustaf). Inte är jag ensam, fast ensam jag går, from the comic opera En dejlig rosa, for voice and guitar/lute/piano, 1943.
Aftonbön (Sigfrid Sköld), for voice and piano or organ harmonium, 1948.
Andliga sånger: Hur ljuvt det är att komma.

Christmas music
Potpourri on Christmas melodies, 1931.
Kom jul med klara vita ljus. Christmas song. (K.-E. Forsslund), for voice and piano, 1937.
God jul! Potpourri on Christmas games by Sven Sköld, 1939. 1. Anders han var en hurtiger dräng, 2. Denna dalern den skall vandra, 3. Det brinner en eld, den brinner så klar, 4. Domaredansen, 5. Goderafton, 6. Här dansar jag med lilla vännen min, 7. Jössehäradspolska, 8. Nu är det jul igen, 9. Opp och hoppa.
Songs and melodies about Christmas arranged by Sven Sköld.
Vi ska’ ställa till en roliger dans. Christmas potpourri. Parts 1–2, 1949.

Guitar or lute
Toner till luta: 50 songs with accompaniment by guitrr or lute with guitar tuning, 1934.

Popular music till Kina, 1929.
Sudan, 1929.
Den glade skogshuggaren. One step (text and music: N. G. Granath, Sven Sköld), 1932.
I månsken – Sång-fox [Sven Sköld, Jean Philip], 1933.
Valse Romantique, 1943.
Canzonetta, 1950.

Children’s music
Sickan och Stickan på cirkus (signature: WeWe), 1950.
Bröllopet i Trollskogen (signature: Terr.), 1950.
Orkestern som fick snuva (signature: Terr.), 1950.
En titt i tomtegrottan (signature: Terr.), 1950.

Arrangements of other composers’ works

Marcia Carolus XII, Svecorum Rex [W. Harteveld], 1924.
Songs and melodies, 1932.
En saga om Hawaii [Willy Rooth], for piano, 1933.
Nej i solsken – men ja i månsken [Fred Winter], for piano, 1933.
När jag hör zigenarflickans skratt [In: Lut-sångaren book 1], 1933.
Sitt i båten: Sjömansvals [E. Schleich – S. Ahde], 1933.
Till fiol å till handklaver: Waltz [S. Axelson – Paddock], 1933.
Ur Felix Körlings visbok [Felix Körling], for salon orchestra, 1934.
Bröllops-marsch [Ivar Widner], for violin and piano, 1935.
I Roslagens famn på den blommande ö, där vågorna klucka mot strand [Evert Taube], 1935.

På kryss i Kattegatt då båten gungar glatt [Rune Wahlberg, Sven Paddock], 1935.
Vindarna till anfall emot vita segel går, 1935.
Dalmarsch [Ivar Widéen], for violin and piano, 1936.
En längtans vals [Oskar Lindberg], 1936.
Prelude in G minor [Oskar Lindberg], 1936.
Toner från Utö och havet [Evert Taube]. Potpourri. 1. Sång i Danziger Gatt, 2. Kom i min famn, 3. Rosemarie vid Nämdö fjärd, 4. Möte i monsunen, 5. Eldarevalsen, 1936.
Morakullans visa, Li-mu li-mu li-mulå, Solen månde skina på alla kullor små [Bernhard Svensson, Tord V. Wetterberg], 1938.
Finska valsen [Hezekiel Wahlrot], for salon orchestra, 1939.
Idyll [Nils Björkander], for orchestra, 1939.
Intåg i sommarhagen [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger], 1940.
När rönnen blommar [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger], 1940.
Bondvals [Theodor Pinet], for salon orchestra, 1941.
I folkton [Adolf Wiklund], for violin and piano, 1941.
Afton vid Sjön [Helmer Alexandersson], 1943.
Hjärtans kära mö, lella vän uppå Hjärterö, 1943. [Part of Hjärtevän på Hjärterö, vi snurrar och far, lella rara mö.]
Margit: Hambo (Fritz-Gustaf), 1943.
Inte är jag ensam, Ich bin nicht alleine, for salon orchestra, 1944.
Sankta Lucia, 1944.
Sov [Gustaf Nordqvist], for salon orchestra, 1944.
Decembernatt [Gösta Törner], for salon orchestra, 1945.
Margit: Hambo In: I muntert lag, 1946.
Cavatina [Nils Björkander], for violin and piano, 1947.
My mother's prayers shall follow me, 1947.
T’is Jesus, 1947.
Skogsnymfen dansar. ‘The wood nymph's dance’ [William Seymer], arr: Willard Ringstrand and Sven Sköld, 1948.
Ack Värmeland, potpourri, 1949.
Här kommer Fritiof Andersson, det snöar på hans hatt [Evert Taube], for piano and violin, 1950.
I Roslagens famn: potpourri no. 2 [Evert Taube], for salon orchestra, 1950.
På kryss [Evert Taube], for salon orchestra, 1950.
Träd fram du nattens gud [Carl Michael Bellman], in: Min tredje gitarrkompis: gitarrskola, 1991.
An Eine: Fünf Lieder op.16 5. Lehn' deine Wang' [Emil Sjögren].
Bacchanal [Adrian Dahl], for salon orchestra.
Blott en vagabond [Fred Winter], for salon orchestra.
Calle Schewens vals [Evert Taube].
En liten sommarflirt: Foxtrot [Ahlin – Ahde].
En liten Stockholms-musique: Svit Sommarsången. [Ture Rangström].
Festpolonäs [Nils Björkander].
Förtrollad vandring [Rune Lindström].
Hjärterö-valsen [David Hellström, Göran Svenning], for piano/accordion and 2 violins.
Humoresk [Ragnar Althén].
I Roslagens famn [Evert Taube], for salon orchestra.
Junimorgonsång [William Seymer].
Little suite, op.15. [Nils Björkander].
Livets danslek [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger].
Marits visor op.12 [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger].
Musikens makt [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger].
Mustalainen [Elemer Szentirmay, Ida V. Olsson].
När rönnen blommar [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger].
O holy night [Adolphe Adam].
Resa till Amerika: Tanz-Suite [Hilding Rosenberg].
Romans op.13 D-dur [Nils Björkander].
Sommarcroquiser op.11 4. Skogsnymfen dansar [William Seymer].
Sechs Lieder aus Tannhäuser op.12 6. Ich möchte schweben [Emil Sjögren].
Sjung med oss, mamma! [Alice Tegnér].
Sju sånger ur Tannhäuser op.3 4. Og jeg vil drage...  Emil Sjögren].
Sommarvalsernas sommarvals [Johnny Bode, John Botvid]
Sov i sommarsus op.31:1 [Hildor Lundvik].
Svensk lyrik: Ser In:1 1. Månhymn vid Lambertsmässan [Wilhelm Peterson-Berger].
Svensk rokokosvit (Ur Johannes Thidstedts notbok) [Edvin Kallstenius].
Sov [Gustaf Nordqvist].
Spelmansvår [Ture Rangström].
The first Noel [traditionel].
Three pieces for string orchestra in a folk tone [Adolf Wiklund].
Trollsången: Melodrama [Gustav Hagenfeldt].

Works by Sven Sköld

There are no works by the composer registered