Saint Cecilia has since the middle ages been regarded as the patron saint of music, and above all, church music. She is portrayed with musical instruments in a great number of paintings, and the organ has been her special attribute. Cecilia's name day on November 22 has over the centuries been celebrated with music festivals and many composers have written pieces in her honor. For this album, in honor of the patron saint of music, Torsten Mossberg has chosen love songs mainly by Swedish composers. Tenor Torsten Mossberg is a physician, specialist in Anesthesiology and intensive care. He has studied singing with Ester Ruhrseitz, Eva Pilat and Bjorn Thulin, among others. He has extensive experience as a choir singer, a tenor in the Oscar Chamber Choir in Stockholm, and is often engaged as a soloist. Torsten has a broad repertoire, from ballads to romances and cabaret songs, and has released several albums of rarely recorded songs by Swedish composers.