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SIBELIUS: Snofrid / Cantata for the Coronation of Nicholas II / Rakastava

Viktor Rydberg - Jean Sibelius - Paavo Cajander

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Snofrid, Op. 29 (Jean Sibelius)

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Snofrid, Op. 29 00:14:28

, Contributor - Jubilate Choir, Choir - Astrid Riska, choirmaster - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

Overture in A Minor, JS 144 (Jean Sibelius)

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Overture in A Minor, JS 144 00:09:28

, Contributor - Osmo Vanska, Conductor

2004 BIS

Cantata for the Coronation of Nicholas II, JS 104 (text by P. Cajander) (Jean Sibelius)

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Cantata for the Coronation of Nicholas II, JS 104 (text by P. Cajander): I. Allegro: Terve nuori ruhtinas (Hail young prince) 00:08:38

, Contributor - Jubilate Choir, Choir - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

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Cantata for the Coronation of Nicholas II, JS 104 (text by P. Cajander): II. Allegro: Oikeuden varmasa turvassa (In the sure security of justice) 00:10:18

, Contributor - Jubilate Choir, Choir - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

Rakastava, Op. 14 (published orchestral version for string orchestra and percussion) (Jean Sibelius)

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Rakastava, Op. 14 (published orchestral version for string orchestra and percussion): I. The Lover: Andante con moto 00:04:11

, Contributor - Ilkka Palli, cello - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

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Rakastava, Op. 14 (published orchestral version for string orchestra and percussion): II. The Path of His Beloved: Allegretto 00:02:31

, Contributor - Ilkka Palli, cello - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

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Rakastava, Op. 14 (published orchestral version for string orchestra and percussion): III. Good Evening!...Farewell!: Andantino - Doppio più lento - Lento assai 00:05:54

, Contributor - Ilkka Palli, cello - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

Oma maa (Our Native Land), Op. 92 (Jean Sibelius)

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Oma maa (Our Native Land), Op. 92: Oma maa (My Own Land), Op. 92 00:13:37

, Contributor - Osmo Vanska, Conductor - Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra

2004 BIS

Andante festivo, JS 34b (version for string orchestra and timpani) (Jean Sibelius)

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Andante festivo, JS 34b (version for string orchestra and timpani) 00:05:38

, Contributor - Osmo Vanska, Conductor

2004 BIS

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