Born: August 14 or 15, 1756, Vårdinge parish, Södermanland, Sweden.
Died: August 11, 1835, Stockholm, Sweden.
Åhlström moved to Stockholm in 1772, and lived there the rest of his life.
He was an pianist, composer and music publisher. He also played the organ at Maria Magdalena Church (1776–92), then at St James’ Church until 1835.
He started a music printing and publishing business in 1783. He worked at the Swedish Civil Administration Office of the Army (1779–1827), and became head of the Civil Defense Council in 1804.
Åhlström was elected into the Royal Swedish Music Academy in 1785, and was the Academy’s director of education, 1803–05.
Åhlström composed more than 200 songs, plus chamber music, piano pieces, and incidental, church, and ceremonial music.
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