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Finlandia and Other Tone Poems in Full Score

Finlandia and Other Tone Poems in Full Score

By: Jean Sibelius

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Sibelius's greatest musical gifts were perhaps best revealed in his symphonies and symphonic poems, where his genius for thematic development and formal structure could find full expression. In such stirring tone poems as Finlandia, Pohjola's Daughter, and The Swan of Tuonela, he displayed his powerful ability to infuse his music with strong, tightly reined emotion. This finely made volume contains the definitive orchestral scores of all three of these classic works, along with five other masterly tone poems. Included are En Saga, The Swan of Tuonela, Lemminkäinen's Return, Finlandia, Valse Triste, Pohjola's Daugher, Night Ride and Sunrise, and The Oceanides.
In these pages musicians and music lovers can study intimately Sibelius's highly individual musical personality at its most expressive in masterpieces that are among the most performed and recorded works in the orchestral repertoire.

Reprint of the Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig; Schlesinger, Berlin; and State Music Publishers, Moscow, editions.
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ISBN 100486264831
ISBN 139780486264837
Author/EditorJean Sibelius
FormatMusic Scores
Page Count320
Dimensions9 3/8 x 12 1/4

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