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Leifs: Fine I & II, Elegy, Iceland Cantata & Icelandic Overture

Petri Sakari

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Leifs: Fine I & II, Elegy, Iceland Cantata & Icelandic Overture

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Minni Islands (Iceland Overture), Op. 9 (Jon Leifs)

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Minni Islands (Iceland Overture), Op. 9 00:12:39

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Langholt Church Choir, Choir - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

Iceland Cantata, Op. 13 (Jon Leifs)

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Iceland Cantata, Op. 13: I. Moderato, maestoso, ma animato 00:01:46

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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Iceland Cantata, Op. 13: II. Andante 00:03:19

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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III. Allegro spirituoso 00:01:52

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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Iceland Cantata, Op. 13: IV. Adagio 00:05:16

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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Iceland Cantata, Op. 13: V. Larghetto 00:02:02

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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Iceland Cantata, Op. 13: VI. Allegro furioso 00:02:50

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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Iceland Cantata, Op. 13: VII. Andante 00:02:57

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Icelandic Opera Chorus, Choir - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

Hinsta kvethja (Elegy), Op. 53 (Jon Leifs)

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Hinsta kvethja (Elegy), Op. 53 00:09:12

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

Fine I, Op. 55 (Jon Leifs)

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Fine I, Op. 55 00:04:19

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

Fine II, Op. 56 (Jon Leifs)

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Fine II, Op. 56 00:07:42

Petri Sakari, Main Artist - Jon Leifs, Composer - Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2013 Chandos 2013 Chandos

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