Sibelius - Finlandia Symphony No 1 The Swan Of Tuonela FLAC album
Jean Sibelius 'The Swan of Tuonela' played by NHK Symphony Orchestra Conductor Tadaaki Otaka.
Complete your Sibelius collection.
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Album · 2006 · 6 Songs. Symphony No. 1 in E Minor, Op. 39: Andante ma non troppo - Allegro energico. Helsinski Philharmonic. 2. 39: Andante (ma non troppo lento).
Sibelius: Finlandia; En Saga; Karelia Suite; Pohjola's Daughter; Swan of Tuonela. Symphony N. In E Minor, O. 9: I. Andante Ma Non Troppo - Allegro Energico by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Sir Alexander Gibson. 30. 9: II. Andante Ma Non Troppo Lento. by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Sir Alexander Gibson. Andante Ma Non Troppo Lento by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Sir Alexander Gibson. 3. 9: III. Scherzo (Allegro) - Lento Ma Non Troppo - Tempo I.
Symphony N. in E-, O. 9 Work. Jaako Pilnone Conductor, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra. ndante ma non troppo lento.
Symphony No. 39: Andante Ma Non Troppo - Energy Allegro - Alternate Mix. 10:310:30. 39: Lento - Alternate Mix. 8:150:30. 39: Scherzo (Allegro - Alternate Mix. 4:530:30. 4. 39: Finale Quasi Una Fantasia - Alternate Mix. 11:050:30. 5. The Swan Of Tuonela - Alternate Mix. 9:020:30. 6. Finlandia, Op. 26 - Alternate Mix. 9:260:30.
His First Symphony, one of the two most commonly heard on the concert stage, shows an already fully developed 34-year-old composer burst onto the musical scene with a powerful, innovative, sometimes tragic, and sometimes mournful offering. Written about the same time as the First Symphony is the famous tone poem Finlandia, which came to be the musical trademark of the Finnish resistance to their Swedish and Russian oppressors. Both are works of intense passion and conviction that need little from conductors but to maintain the energy of the orchestra and be true to the score. This Alto disc also includes the less intense but equally beautiful Op. 11 Karelia Suite and the Op. 22 "Swan of Tuonela" from "Four Legends. Here again, Gibson's vision of Sibelius is one of focus and drive coupled sensitivity and warmth. Alto's remastered sound is clear, focused, and dynamic.
The Sibelius swan is guarding Tuonela, more or less the Finnish version of Hades, which is surrounded by a dark, wide river. Listen out for the cor anglais representing the swan's elegant voice. When it came to composing this piece, the ever diligent Sibelius entered new realms of self-revision, preferring, once he had finished writing the work, not to publish it but to leave it to one side.
Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 43, Pohjola's Daughter, The Swan of Tuonela & Finlandia, 2017. Sibelius: Symphony No.
|Finlandia Op 26||(8:07)|
|2||The Swan Of Tuonela Op 22 No 3||10:03|
|Symphony No I In E Minor Op 39|
|3||Adante Ma Non Troppo - Allegro Energico||11:18|
|6||Finale: Quasi Una Fantasia||13:39|
- Distributed By – Elap Music A/S
- Manufactured By – Disctronics Group, United Kingdom
- Conductor – Erik Tveitt
- Orchestra – Finland National Orchestra
- Soloist, English Horn – Norman Finck
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5014797170681
- Matrix / Runout: SOQ 0068 02 DISCTRONICS
|FPF08C||Sibelius*||Finlandia Symphony No. 1 - The Swan Of Tuonela (CD, Album)||Connoisseur Classics||FPF08C||Europe||1989|