Osmo Lindeman

Osmo Uolevi Lindeman (16 May 1929 – 15 February 1987) was a Finnish composer and music pedagogue.

Lindeman in his home studio in 1972

Lindeman worked as a jazz and dance musician, with piano being his instrument. He became known as a pioneer of Finnish electronic music. Lindeman also composed music for several films, such as Matti Kassila's Punainen viiva (1961) for which he received a Jussi Award. Another Kassila film, Kaasua, komisario Palmu!, brought him his second Jussi Award in 1961.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "ELONET – Osmo Lindeman". KAVA. Retrieved 28 January 2013.
  2. ^ Pajukallio, Arto: Lapsikin ymmärtää Palmua. Helsingin Sanomat 1.11.2011, p. D 5.

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