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Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Jorma Panula, Academic Choir Of Helsinki University, Minna Orpana, Ritva Kuoppamäki, Sauli Tiilikainen - Sibelius - The Captive Queen Etc. - Panula flac album

Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Jorma Panula, Academic Choir Of Helsinki University, Minna Orpana, Ritva Kuoppamäki, Sauli Tiilikainen - Sibelius - The Captive Queen Etc. - Panula flac album
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The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra (Finnish: Helsingin kaupunginorkesteri, Swedish: Helsingfors stadsorkester) is a Finnish orchestra based in Helsinki. Its primary concert venue is the Helsinki Music Centre. In 1882, with the backing of two wealthy businessmen, Robert Kajanus founded the orchestra as the Helsinki Orchestral Society and served as its chief conductor for 50 years. It was the first permanent orchestra in the Nordic countries.

By Jean Sibelius - Helsinki University Chorus, Lahti Boys Choir, Osmo Vänskä & Lahti Symphony Orchestra. 8. The Origin of Fire, Op. 32: Tulen Synty (Origin of Fire), Op. 32. By Jean Sibelius - Tommi Hakala, Helsinki University Chorus, Osmo Vänskä & Lahti Symphony Orchestra. By Jean Sibelius - Mari Anne Haggander, Jorma Panula & Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. 12. 8 Songs, Op. 57: Nacken, JS 138. By Jean Sibelius - Jaakko Kuusisto, Folke Grasbeck, Monica Groop, Lasse Poysti & Joel Laakso.

Album · 1994 · 16 Songs. 5. The Joy of Giving (Antamisen ilo). Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Jorma Hynninen & Jorma Panula. Pierpont's Jingle Bells. Jorma Panula & Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.

Kuopio Symphony Orchestra maintains the 100-year-old orchestra tradition as the largest symphony orchestra of Eastern Finland. The first conductor of the Kuopio City Orchestra was Lauri Siimes, followed by Nicholas Smith, Pertti Pekkanen, Robert Black, Atso Almila, Shuntaro Sato, Vello Pähn, Sascha Goetzel andAlberto Hold-Garrido. The Chief Conductor as of autumn 2018 is Jaakko Kuusisto and the Second Conductor is Atso Almila. Orchestra's Conductor Laureate is Jorma Panula. The KSO holds most of its 60 or so concerts a year at the Kuopio Music Centre.

Nigra sum (I Am Black).

Sibelius was one of the great masters of the symphony and the symphonic poem-the pastoral beauty of his epic works influenced generations of composers in his native Finland and around the world. Here are a full 15 CDs of his pieces: the complete symphonies plus Lemminkainen Suite; Pelleas et Melisande; The Wood-Nymph; Kullervo; Karelia Suite; Concerto in D Minor for Violin and Orchestra; Andante Festivo, and more featuring Osmo Vanska, Neeme Jarvi and many other esteemed interpreters. Athenarnes sång (Song of the Athenians), O. 1 N. Lahti Boys' Choir · Helsinki University Chorus Lahti Symphony Orchestra · Osmo Vänskä. Tulen synty (The Origin of Fire), O. 2 Tommi Hakala, baritone · Helsinki University Chorus Lahti Symphony Orchestra · Osmo Vänskä. Vapautettu kuningatar (The Captive Queen), O. 8 Dominante Choir Lahti Symphony Orchestra · Osmo Vänskä.

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A1 The Captive Queen (Vapautettu kuningatar), Op. 48, Cantata For Mixed Choir And Orchestra
A2 Beloved (The Lover) (Rakastava), Op. 14, For Mixed Choir
A3 Finlandia Anthem, Op. 26, No. 7, For Mixed Choir
Mari`s Tale (Marin Tarina)
Other [Dedicated To] – Academic Choir Of Helsinki University*
B1 Greeting At The Crossroad (Tienhaaran Tulijan Tervehdys)
B2 A Boy-Child Or A Daughter? (Poikako Vai Tyttö)
B3 Mari`s Berries (Marin Marjat)
B4 Mari Ruined By The Soldiers (Sotamiesten Pilaama Mari)
B5 Who Has Brought Me To This World? (Mikä Lie Miunki Luonut)
B6 Grieving Her Birth (Syntymistään Sureva)
B7 Greeting At The Crossroad (Tienhaaran Tulijan Tervehdys)
B8 River, In Your Surface Dark (Katson Virran Kalvohon)
B9 One NIght In Summer (Läksin Minä Kesäyönä)
Composed By – Traditional

Credits

  • Arranged By – Leevi Madetoja (tracks: B9)
  • Baritone Vocals – Sauli Tiilikainen (tracks: A2)
  • Choir – Helsingin Yliopiston Opettajankoulutuslaitoksen Kuoro*
  • Composed By – Jean Sibelius (tracks: A1 to A3), Leevi Madetoja (tracks: B8), Pekka Kostiainen (tracks: B1 to B7)
  • Conductor – Jorma Panula (tracks: A1 to A3), Ritva Kuoppamäki (tracks: B1 to B9)
  • Engineer – Robi De Godzinsky
  • Lyrics By – Maria Luukka (tracks: B1 to B7), Paavo Cajander (tracks: A1), Traditional, Veikko Antero Koskenniemi (tracks: A3, B8)
  • Orchestra – Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: A1)
  • Solo Vocal – Mirja Aittamo (tracks: B5)
  • Soprano Vocals – Minna Orpana (tracks: A2, B8, B9)

Notes

Recorded in 1987.

World premiere recording of Sibelius' The Captive Queen.

Lyrics to Rakastava from Kanteletar.