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Jean Sibelius - Ainola - The Home Of Jean And Aino Sibelius flac album

Jean Sibelius - Ainola - The Home Of Jean And Aino Sibelius flac album
  • Performer Jean Sibelius
  • Title Ainola - The Home Of Jean And Aino Sibelius
  • Date of release 1976
  • Style Contemporary, Interview
  • Other formats VOC MOD MP2 AAC AA MMF AU
  • Genre Audiofiles / Classical
  • Size MP3 1463 mb
  • Size FLAC 1254 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 190

Aino Sibelius (née Järnefelt; 10 August 1871 – 8 June 1969) was the wife of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. They lived most of their 65 years of married life at their home Ainola near Lake Tuusula, Järvenpää, Finland. They had six daughters: Eva (1893–1978), Ruth (1894–1976), Kirsti (1898–1900), Katarina (1903–1984), Margareta (1908–1988) and Heidi (1911–1982).

Ainola was Jean Sibelius and his wife Aino Sibelius home and it’s now working as a museum. Date of experience: May 2018. Mikael F. Vantaa, Finland. A must-see place for all classic music lovers. On a beautiful summer day it was wonderful to visit the home of Jean Sibelius. Imfelt that he would walk in at any moment, sit down at the piano and play some of his beautiful music. Date of experience: July 2017.

Contact Jan Sibelius on Messenger. cfm/jean sibelius brief biography.

Find this Pin and more on Ainola, home of Jean & Aino Sibelius by Maarit Liljendahl. Classical Music Composers. Give me businessmen every time. They really are interested in music and art. (Jean Sibelius, explaining why he rarely invited musicians to his home. CMUSE - Music News and Entertainment. Bela Bartok Classical Music Composers Music Sites Conductors February 9 Sheet Music Composition Piano High Standards. Ernõ Dohnányi (1877 - 1960) - One can argue for composer conductor, pianist, and teacher Ernõ Dohnányi as the great architect of Hungarian musical life in the twentieth century

Artists Jean Sibelius Piano Pieces Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (recorded at Ainola, the home of Jean Sibelius). Valse triste, op. 1 (recorded at Ainola, the home of Jean Sibelius) Jean Sibelius. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. Video Valse triste, op. 28.

Jean Sibelius lived in Ainola until his death in 1957. Time in the composer's home has stopped in this decade when the couple made the last acquisitions to their comfortable home. The present visitor can also feel the warmth still lingering around in the house after decades of living.

The other bonus CD is a silly "Visual Journey to the Music of Jean Sibelius" that uses a few recordings from the other Volumes as a backdrop to a slideshow of Finnish nature photography. It's the sort of thing you might see on display at a visitor center or funeral hall. A disappointing omission is the set of recently-recovered orchestral sketches from the 8th Symphony. It also begat the name of the home Sibelius built for his young wife (Ainola), and was also her first name. The tone poem ends with a wonderful male chorus performed by the YL Male Voice Choir. Their voices meld together gorgeously!

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jean Sibelius Speaks (Rec 8.12.1948)
A2 Andante Festivo For Strings (Rec 1.1.1939)
Conductor – Jean SibeliusOrchestra – Finnish Radio Orchestra*
A3 Flickan Kom Från Sin älsklings Möte, Op. 37 No. 5 (Rec 5.2.1973)
Piano – Ralf GothóniSoprano Vocals – Taru Valjakka
A4 Romance In D Flat Major, Op. 24 No. 9 (Rec 4.1.1960)
Piano – Rolf Bergroth
A5 Mazurka, Op. 81 No. 1 (Rec 31.3.1952)
Piano – Jussi JalasViolin – Anja Ignatius
A6 Saarella Palaa, Op. 18 No. 5 (Rec 8.3.1975)
Choir – Radio Symphony Chorus*Conductor – Ilkka Kuusisto
A7 Lastu lainehilla, Op. 17 No. 7 (Rec 3.4.1968)
Conductor – Ilkka KuusistoSoloist – Kim Borg
B1 Finlandia Hymn, Op. 26 (Rec 3.4.1968)
Choir – Tapiolan KuoroConductor – Erkki Pohjola
B2 Alla Marcia, Op. 11 No. 3 (Rec 1930)
Conductor – Robert KajanusOrchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*
B3 Khadra's Dance, Op. 51 No. 4 (Rec 1932)
Conductor – Robert KajanusOrchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*
B4 Romance In F Major, Op. 78 No. 2 (Rec 5.3.1952)
Piano – Jussi JalasViolin – Anja Ignatius
B5 Demanten På Marssnön, Op. 36 No. 6 (Rec 19.2.1952)
Conductor – Jussi JalasSoprano Vocals – Aulikki Rautawaara
B6 Souda, Souda, Sinisorsa (Rec 1952)
Conductor – Jussi JalasSoprano Vocals – Aulikki Rautawaara
B7 Sydämen Laulu, Op. 18 No. 6 (Rec 18.5.1961)
Choir – Ylioppilaskunnan LaulajatConductor – Ensti Pohjola

Credits

  • Composed By – Jean Sibelius

Notes

© 1976
Published in co-operation with The Ainola Foundation.

Copyright:
Breitkopf & Härtel (I: 3, 4, 7, II: 1, 2, 5, 7)
Musiikki Fazer (I: 2, 6, II: 6)
Wilhelm Hansen (II: 4)
Robert Lienau (II: 3)

The rarity of the recordings should compensate for the technical defects of the old records stored in archives.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (side 1): SFLP 8658-A
  • Matrix / Runout (side 2): SFLP 8658-B
  • Rights Society: n©b