Oluf Ring

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Oluf Ring (December 24, 1884 – April 26, 1946) was a Danish composer.

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The following lists events that happened during 1909 in the Kingdom of Denmark.

Events from the year 1924 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1932 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1936 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1939 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1942 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1951 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1952 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1962 in Denmark.

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Danish jazz dates back to 1923 when Valdemar Eiberg formed a jazz orchestra and recorded what are thought to be the first Danish jazz records in August 1924. However, jazz in Denmark is typically first dated to 1925, when bandleader Sam Wooding toured in Copenhagen with an orchestra. This was the first time most Danes had heard jazz music. Some prominent early Danish jazz musicians include Erik Tuxen who formed a jazz band and was later named conductor of the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Bernhard Christensen, an art music composer who incorporated jazz elements into his pieces, and Sven Møller Kristensen, who was the lyricist for many of Bernhard Christensen's pieces and who wrote a book on jazz theory in Danish.

Events from the year 1876 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1890 in Denmark.

Events from the year 1899 in Denmark.

The following lists events that happened during 1900 in the Kingdom of Denmark.

Events in the year 2019 in Denmark.

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