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Œuvres orchestrales

Uuno Klami

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Œuvres orchestrales

Petri Sakari

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Karjalainen rapsodia (Karelian Rhapsody), Op. 15 (Uuno Klami)

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Karjalainen rapsodia (Karelian Rhapsody), Op. 15: Karelian Rhapsody, Op. 15 00:14:07

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

Kalevala Suite, Op. 23 (Uuno Klami)

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Kalevala Suite, Op. 23: I. The Creation of the Earth: Agitato e misterioso 00:07:33

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Kalevala Suite, Op. 23: II. The Spout of Spring: Andante, molto tranquillo 00:05:22

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Kalevala Suite, Op. 23: III. Terhenniemi: Allegro leggiero e scherzando 00:06:38

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Kalevala Suite, Op. 23: IV. Cradle Song for Lemminkainen: Andante mosso 00:05:44

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Kalevala Suite, Op. 23: V. The Forging of the Sampo: Allegro moderato 00:07:30

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

Sea Pictures (Uuno Klami)

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Sea Pictures: I. A Foggy Morning: Agitato 00:03:38

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Sea Pictures: II. Captain Scrapuchinat: Vivo 00:03:09

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Sea Pictures: III. The Deserted Three-Master: Grave ma non troppo lento - Più mosso - Agitato 00:05:21

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Sea Pictures: IV. Nocturno: Andante mosso, quasi allegretto 00:03:15

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Sea Pictures: V. Scene de ballet: Poco allegretto 00:01:43

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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Sea Pictures: VI. Force 3: Moderato 00:06:30

Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande - Petri Sakari, Direction

2007 Chandos

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