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Pohjola, S.: Kaappi / Rakkaimpani [Operas]

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Pohjola, S.: Kaappi / Rakkaimpani [Operas]

Roi Ruottinen

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Kaappi (The Closet) (Seppo Pohjola)

1
Kaappi (The Closet): Kotona taas (Home again) 00:03:51

Roi Ruottinen, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Sirkka Parviainen, Performer - Pekka Kuivalainen, Performer - Jukka Uusitalo, Performer - Jari Hiekkapelto, Performer - Petri Pussila, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer - Janne Suutarinen, Lyricist

2009 Alba

2
Kaappi (The Closet): Sydameni valtiatar (Queen of my heart) 00:04:15

Roi Ruottinen, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Sirkka Parviainen, Performer - Pekka Kuivalainen, Performer - Jukka Uusitalo, Performer - Jari Hiekkapelto, Performer - Petri Pussila, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer - Janne Suutarinen, Lyricist

2009 Alba

3
Kaappi (The Closet): Kulta (Darling) 00:08:03

Roi Ruottinen, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Sirkka Parviainen, Performer - Pekka Kuivalainen, Performer - Jukka Uusitalo, Performer - Jari Hiekkapelto, Performer - Petri Pussila, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer - Janne Suutarinen, Lyricist

2009 Alba

4
Kaappi (The Closet): Mika sinun on? (What's the matter) 00:04:02

Roi Ruottinen, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Sirkka Parviainen, Performer - Pekka Kuivalainen, Performer - Jukka Uusitalo, Performer - Jari Hiekkapelto, Performer - Petri Pussila, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer - Janne Suutarinen, Lyricist

2009 Alba

5
Kaappi (The Closet): Blondi, brunetti… (Blonde, brunette…) 00:09:35

Roi Ruottinen, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Sirkka Parviainen, Performer - Pekka Kuivalainen, Performer - Jukka Uusitalo, Performer - Jari Hiekkapelto, Performer - Petri Pussila, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer - Janne Suutarinen, Lyricist

2009 Alba

Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One) (Seppo Pohjola)

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Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One): Alkusoitto (Overture) 00:03:29

Mikko Luoma, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Eija Raisanen, Performer - Pekka Haahti, Performer - Jussi Tuhkanen, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer

2009 Alba

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Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One): Rakas vaimoni (Dear wife) 00:05:27

Mikko Luoma, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Eija Raisanen, Performer - Pekka Haahti, Performer - Jussi Tuhkanen, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer

2009 Alba

8
Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One): Rakas isi ja mieheni (Dear daddy and husband) 00:05:14

Mikko Luoma, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Eija Raisanen, Performer - Pekka Haahti, Performer - Jussi Tuhkanen, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer

2009 Alba

9
Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One): Kaipaus ja mustasukkaisuus (Longing and jealousy) 00:08:41

Mikko Luoma, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Eija Raisanen, Performer - Pekka Haahti, Performer - Jussi Tuhkanen, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer

2009 Alba

10
Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One): Sovinto (Reconciliation) 00:10:15

Mikko Luoma, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Eija Raisanen, Performer - Pekka Haahti, Performer - Jussi Tuhkanen, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer

2009 Alba

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Rakkaimpani (My Dearest One): Loppusoitto (Finale) 00:03:24

Mikko Luoma, Performer - Paivi Kiljala, Performer - Terhi Paldanius, Performer - Eija Raisanen, Performer - Pekka Haahti, Performer - Jussi Tuhkanen, Performer - Tuomas Rousi, Conductor - Seppo Pohjola, Composer

2009 Alba

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