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Håkan Parkman (1955-1988) was a Swedish composer, arranger, and choral director. From 1980 to 1988 he led the Uppsala vokalensemble. He died in a drowning accident off the coast of Gotland and is buried in the Uppsala old cemetery. He was the brother of Stefan Parkman.[1]

Works, editions and recordingsEdit

  • Three Shakespeare songs

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The Swedish choral miracle: Swedish a cappella music since 1945 Richard Sparks - 2000 "Also in 1989, Werle wrote a short setting in English of Shakespeare's well-known text, "Orpheus with his Lute," in memory of Hakan Parkman.'"