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Sibelius : La Tempête (Ouverture & Suites), Le Barde, Tapiola

Lahti Symphony Orchestra / Okko Kamu

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Sibelius : La Tempête (Ouverture & Suites), Le Barde, Tapiola

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The Tempest, Op. 109: Overture (Jean Sibelius)

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The Tempest, Op. 109: Overture 00:07:21

Okko Kamu, Conductor

2011 BIS

The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2 (Jean Sibelius)

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: I. The Oak Tree 00:03:06

Okko Kamu, Conductor

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: II. Humoresque 00:01:08

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: III. Caliban's Song 00:01:31

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: IV. The Harvesters 00:02:29

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: V. Canon 00:02:07

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: VI. Scene 00:01:40

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: VII. Intrada - Berceuse 00:02:37

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: VIII. Entr'acte - Ariel's Song 00:03:04

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The Tempest Suite No. 1, Op. 109, No. 2: IX. The Storm 00:04:45

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2011 BIS

The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109 (Jean Sibelius)

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: I. Chorus of the Winds 00:02:53

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2011 BIS

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: II. Intermezzo 00:02:01

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: III. Dance of the Nymphs 00:02:02

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: IV. Prospero 00:01:33

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: V. Song I 00:01:02

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: V. Song II 00:01:04

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: VI. Miranda 00:01:54

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: VII. The Naiads 00:01:34

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The Tempest: Suite No. 2, Op. 109: VIII. Dance Episode 00:02:17

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Barden (The Bard), Op. 64 (Jean Sibelius)

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Barden (The Bard), Op. 64 00:07:13

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2011 BIS

Tapiola, Op. 112 (Jean Sibelius)

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Tapiola, Op. 112 00:18:08

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2011 BIS

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