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Karita Mattila|SIBELIUS, J.: Vocal Music (Mattila)

SIBELIUS, J.: Vocal Music (Mattila)

Jean Sibelius - Aukusti Valdemar Forsman - Josef Julius Wecksell

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Karita Mattila's large, focused, warmly expressive soprano is especially well suited to the music of the Romantic and post-Romantic eras, so it seems natural that she would have an affinity for the vocal music of her countryman Jean Sibelius, whose songs are among his most passionate compositions. Sibelius was a prolific song composer, but his production of vocal solos petered out in the 1920s, around the same time he wrote his last symphony, not long before he virtually ceased producing new works. The selection of 24 songs recorded here dates from 1891 to 1917 and includes his only song cycle, Flower Songs, Op. 88, from 1917. The songs are especially attractive, harmonically lush and melodically gratifying, beautifully constructed, and written to show off the virtuosic possibilities of the voice. Many of them, such as "Fåfäng önskan" and "Svarta rosor," lie very high, but Mattila soars and floats through their punishing tessitura with apparent effortlessness. Her robust soprano is absolutely secure throughout the full extent of her range (as is especially evident in Arioso) and sounds like an advertisement for superb vocal health and grounded technique. That health comes across in the exuberance of her interpretations and her ability to sing with an abandon that never threatens to veer out of control, and she never sounds less than fully at ease. Pianist Ilmo Ranta supplies a supportive accompaniment. Ondine's sound is clear, clean, and vibrant. This album should delight Mattila's fans, as well as Sibelius enthusiasts and anyone who appreciates luminous vocal performances.
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SIBELIUS, J.: Vocal Music (Mattila)

Karita Mattila

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7 Songs, Op. 17 (text by A.V. Forsman-Koskimies) (Jean Sibelius)

1
7 Songs, Op. 17: No. 6. Illalle (To Evening)
Karita Mattila
00:01:30

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

5 Songs, Op. 37 (text by J.J. Wecksell and J. Runeberg) (Jean Sibelius)

2
5 Songs, Op. 37: No. 4. Var det en drom? (Was it a dream?)
Karita Mattila
00:02:13

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

6 Songs, Op. 36 (text by J.J. Wecksell) (Jean Sibelius)

3
6 Songs, Op. 36: No. 6. Demanten pa marssnon (The Diamond on the March Snow)
Karita Mattila
00:03:25

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

7 Songs, Op. 17 (excerpts) (Jean Sibelius)

4
No. 3. Fagellek (Enticement)
Karita Mattila
00:01:49

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

5
No. 7. Lastu lainehilla (Driftwood)
Karita Mattila
00:01:17

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

Souda, souda sinisorsa (Row, row, duck), JS 180 (Jean Sibelius)

6
Souda, souda sinisorsa (Row, row, duck)
Karita Mattila
00:01:24

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

7 Songs, Op. 13 (version for voice and piano) (Jean Sibelius)

7
7 Songs, Op. 13: No. 4. Varen flyktar hastigt (Spring is Flying)
Karita Mattila
00:01:40

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

5 Songs, Op. 37 (text by J.J. Runeberg) (Jean Sibelius)

8
5 Songs, Op. 37: No. 1. Den forsta kyssen (The First Kiss)
Karita Mattila
00:02:08

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

6 Songs, Op. 36 (arr. J.L. Runeberg) (Jean Sibelius)

9
6 Songs, Op. 36: No. 2. Men min fagel marks dock icke (But my bird is nowhere to be seen)
Karita Mattila
00:02:36

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

5 Songs, Op. 37 (text by J.J. Runeberg) (Jean Sibelius)

10
5 Songs, Op. 37: No. 5. Flickan kom ifran sin alsklings mote (The girl returned from meeting her lover)
Karita Mattila
00:03:11

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

Arioso, Op. 3 (version for voice and piano) (Jean Sibelius)

11
Arioso, Op. 3 (version for soprano and piano)
Jean Sibelius
00:04:51

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer, Arranger - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

8 Songs, Op. 61 (text by J.L. Runeberg) (Jean Sibelius)

12
8 Songs, Op. 61: No. 7. Fafang onskan (Idle Wishes)
Karita Mattila
00:03:27

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

6 Songs, Op. 88 (Jean Sibelius)

13
No. 1. Blasippan (The Anemone)
Karita Mattila
00:01:01

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

14
No. 2. De bagge rosorna (The Two Roses)
Karita Mattila
00:01:25

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

15
No. 3. Vitsippan (The Wood Anemone)
Karita Mattila
00:01:23

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

16
No. 4. Sippan (The Primrose)
Karita Mattila
00:01:12

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

17
No. 5. Tornet (The Thorn)
Karita Mattila
00:02:22

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

18
No. 6. Blommans ode (The Flower's Destiny)
Karita Mattila
00:01:43

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

6 Songs, Op. 90 (Jean Sibelius)

19
No. 1. Norden (The North)
Karita Mattila
00:02:55

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

6 Songs, Op. 72 (text by L. Kyosti) (Jean Sibelius)

20
6 Songs, Op. 72: No. 4. Kaiutar (The Echo Nymph)
Karita Mattila
00:03:33

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

7 Songs, Op. 17 (text by O. Levertin) (Jean Sibelius)

21
7 Songs, Op. 17: No. 5. En slanda (A Dragonfly)
Karita Mattila
00:05:18

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

6 Songs, Op. 36: No. 1. Svarta rosor (Black Roses) (version for voice and piano) (Jean Sibelius)

22
6 Songs, Op. 36: No. 1. Svarta rosor (Black Roses)
Karita Mattila
00:02:09

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

8 Songs, Op. 57 (version for voice and piano) (Jean Sibelius)

23
8 Songs, Op. 57: No. 4. Maj (May)
Karita Mattila
00:02:44

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

2 Songs, Op. 35 (text by E. Josephson) (Jean Sibelius)

24
2 Songs, Op. 35: No. 1. Jubal
Karita Mattila
00:05:08

Karita Mattila, Artist, MainArtist - Jean Sibelius, Composer - Ilmo Ranta, Artist

(C) 1995 Ondine (P) 1995 Ondine

Albumbeschreibung

Karita Mattila's large, focused, warmly expressive soprano is especially well suited to the music of the Romantic and post-Romantic eras, so it seems natural that she would have an affinity for the vocal music of her countryman Jean Sibelius, whose songs are among his most passionate compositions. Sibelius was a prolific song composer, but his production of vocal solos petered out in the 1920s, around the same time he wrote his last symphony, not long before he virtually ceased producing new works. The selection of 24 songs recorded here dates from 1891 to 1917 and includes his only song cycle, Flower Songs, Op. 88, from 1917. The songs are especially attractive, harmonically lush and melodically gratifying, beautifully constructed, and written to show off the virtuosic possibilities of the voice. Many of them, such as "Fåfäng önskan" and "Svarta rosor," lie very high, but Mattila soars and floats through their punishing tessitura with apparent effortlessness. Her robust soprano is absolutely secure throughout the full extent of her range (as is especially evident in Arioso) and sounds like an advertisement for superb vocal health and grounded technique. That health comes across in the exuberance of her interpretations and her ability to sing with an abandon that never threatens to veer out of control, and she never sounds less than fully at ease. Pianist Ilmo Ranta supplies a supportive accompaniment. Ondine's sound is clear, clean, and vibrant. This album should delight Mattila's fans, as well as Sibelius enthusiasts and anyone who appreciates luminous vocal performances.
© TiVo

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