Gillis Waldemar Bratt, 18701925 (aged 54 years)

Name
Gillis Waldemar /Bratt/
Given names
Gillis Waldemar
Surname
Bratt
Birth January 16, 1870 37 35
Residence
Death of a brotherAxel Lennart Bratt
1870 (aged 0)

Birth of a brotherErland Axel Bratt
March 22, 1874 (aged 4 years)
Education
Student
1889 (aged 18 years)
Graduation
Type: Med fil kand
September 12, 1890 (aged 20 years)

Death of a motherIsabella Pineus
1890 (aged 19 years)

Education
Med kand
1894 (aged 23 years)

Occupation
Underläkare
1896 (aged 25 years)

Employer: Sätra Brun
Graduation
Type: Med lic
September 29, 1900 (aged 30 years)
Agency: Karolinska institutet
Occupation
Läkare hals- och nässjukdomar
1902 (aged 31 years)
Bok
Talröstens fysiologi ur pedagogisk synpunkt. Populära föreläsningar hållna vid pedagogiska lärokursen i Stockholm hösten 1908
1908 (aged 37 years)

Death of a fatherAxel Napoleon Bratt
May 17, 1908 (aged 38 years)
Artikel
Swedish/Italian School of Singung

Note: http://www.voiceteacher.com/history.html
Event
Text till Pettersson-Berger "Fjallvandrarsang"

Note: http://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item.asp?item_code=8.572393-94
Event
Utbildade Kirsten Flagstad

Note: After her first singing teacher, Kirsten progresse…

After her first singing teacher, Kirsten progressed to the bass singer and pedagogue Albert Westvang (1885-1957), and after a number of enquiries it was decided that she should audition for the well-known, but controversial Dr. Gillis Waldemar Bratt in Stockholm, Sweden. As Kirsten herself was at pains to point out, she didn’t need to start from scratch or change anything with regards to her singing; what she learnt in Stockholm built logically on what she had from before. But it was obvious that it was from Dr. Bratt (1870-1925) and his Norwegian assistant Haldis Ingebjart Isene (1871-1978) that her enormous potential was released, a potential that an anonymous patron who financed her future studies must have realised. http://www.kirsten-flagstad.no/English/Lifeandcareer/Biography/tabid/4249/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/2418/language/nb-NO/Biography.aspx

Death January 10, 1925 (aged 54 years)

Family with parents
father
18331908
Birth: 1833 38 34Brattfors, Filipstad, Värmlands län, Sverige
Death: May 17, 1908Göteborg, Västra Götalands län, Sverige
mother
Marriage
Marriage: 1861
3 years
elder brother
2 years
elder sister
19 months
elder sister
3 years
himself
Gillis Bratt.jpg
18701925
Birth: January 16, 1870 37 35Göteborg, Västra Götalands län, Sverige
Death: January 10, 1925
4 years
younger brother
Erland Bratt 1874-1959.JPG
18741959
Birth: March 22, 1874 41 39Göteborg, Västra Götalands län, Sverige
Death: 1959
Artikel

http://www.voiceteacher.com/history.html

Event

http://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item.asp?item_code=8.572393-94

Event

After her first singing teacher, Kirsten progressed to the bass singer and pedagogue Albert Westvang (1885-1957), and after a number of enquiries it was decided that she should audition for the well-known, but controversial Dr. Gillis Waldemar Bratt in Stockholm, Sweden. As Kirsten herself was at pains to point out, she didn’t need to start from scratch or change anything with regards to her singing; what she learnt in Stockholm built logically on what she had from before. But it was obvious that it was from Dr. Bratt (1870-1925) and his Norwegian assistant Haldis Ingebjart Isene (1871-1978) that her enormous potential was released, a potential that an anonymous patron who financed her future studies must have realised. http://www.kirsten-flagstad.no/English/Lifeandcareer/Biography/tabid/4249/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/2418/language/nb-NO/Biography.aspx

Note

Hämtat från Wikipedia 2012-07-07

Gillis Waldemar Bratt, född 16 januari 1870 i Göteborg, död 1925, läkare, sånglärare.

Bratt blev student i Uppsala 1889, medicine licentiat på Karolinska institutet i Stockholm 1900 och var från 1902 verksam som praktiserande läkare för hals- och nässjukdomar i huvudstaden. Från 1900 hade han en betydande verksamhet som lärare i fysiologisk tonbildning vid sång och tal, och inte minst operasångare sökte hans handledning, bland andra Gertrud Pålson-Wettergren, Ivar F. Andrésen, Göta Ljungberg, Oscar Ralf och Joseph Hislop, som senare blev lärare till bland andra Birgit Nilsson. Bratt tog initiativet till och var förste ordförande i Konstnärsringen. Han författade Talröstens fysiologi ur pedagogisk synpunkt (1908; tredje omarbetade upplagan 1922).