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Sibelius, Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Tuomas Ollila - Karelia • Press Celebrations Music FLAC album


Performer: Sibelius
Genre: Classical music
Title: Karelia • Press Celebrations Music
Released: 1998
Style: Romantic
FLAC version ZIP size: 1666 mb
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Conductor – Tuomas Ollila. Engineer – Enno Mäemets. Executive-Producer – Reijo Kiilunen. Orchestra – Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – Seppo Siirala. Soprano Vocals – Anna-Kaisa Liedes (tracks: 2), Tellu Virkkala (tracks: 2). Notes. World premiere recording of complete Press Celebrations Music (1899). Karelia Music: complete version reconstructed by Jouni Kaipainen in 1997. Cover painting: E. Isto: The Attack . National Museum of Finland.

By Anonymous & Jean Sibelius - Tellu Virkkala, Tuomas Ollila-Hannikainen, Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Juha Kotilainen, Anna Kaisa Liedes & Tampere Philharmonic Choir. 2. Karelia: Tableau 1: Runic Song: Oi Ukko, Ylijumala (completed and Reconstructed By J. Kaipainen). By Anonymous & Jean Sibelius - Tellu Virkkala, Tuomas Ollila-Hannikainen, Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Juha Kotilainen, Anna Kaisa Liedes & Tampere Philharmonic Choir. Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 1: Vainamoinen Ilahdutta Laulullaan Luontoa, Kalevan Ja Pohjolan Kansaa (The Song of Vainamoinen). Tuomas Ollila-Hannikainen & Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra. 13. Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 2: Suomalaisia Kastetaan (The Finns Are Baptised).

Comprising 97 musicians, the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra is one of Scandinavia’s foremost symphony orchestras. In 2015 the orchestra celebrates its 85th anniversary. From August 2013 the Artistic Director of the orchestra has been Finnish conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali, following Artistic Director Hannu Lintu. Lintu’s predecessor was Chief Conductor John Storgårds. In recent years, the orchestra has recorded mainly for the Ondine label, with conductors such as Hannu Lintu, Eri Klas, John Storgårds, Tuomas Ollila and Leif Segerstam. So far, 50 recordings have been launched onto national and international markets. The most recent of them feature music by George Enescu, Max Reger, Jukka Tiensuu, Jouni Kaipainen, Einar Englund, Peteris Vasks, John Corigliano, Alma Mahler, Leo Brouwer, Robert Schumann and Jean Sibelius.

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Jean Sibelius's Karelia Suite, Op. 11, was written in 1893 for the Viipuri Students' Association. It was premiered in the Imperial Alexander University in Helsinki, Grand Duchy of Finland, under the title Karelia Music. The suite is one of Sibelius's earlier works and remains one of his most popular. Karelia Music was written in the beginning of Sibelius' compositional career, and the complete music consists of an Overture, 8 Tableaux, and 2 Intermezzi

Scenic Music for a Festival and Lottery in Aid of Education, incidental music for voices & orchestra ("Karelia"). Press celebration music (Sanomalehdistön päivien musikki), incidental music for orchestra. 11. Preludium: Andante (ma non troppo).

Tampere Philharmonic Choir, Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Tuomas Ollila. Catalogue No: ODE9132. Usually despatched in 2 - 3 working days. Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Tampere Philharmonic Choir. Tuomas Ollila-Hannikainen. Tellu Virkkala (soprano), Juha Kotilainen (baritone), Anna Kaisa Liedes (soprano). Tableau 1: Runic Song: Oi Ukko, ylijumala (completed and reconstructed by J.

Sibelius, . Karelia, Press Celebrations Music (Tampere Philharmonic). Released on: 1998-01-01. Conductor: Tuomas Ollila-Hannikainen Orchestra: Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra Composer: Jean Sibelius. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Karelia-sarja, Sanomalehdistön päivien musiikki. Release group information. Artist: Sibelius; Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Tuomas Ollila.

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Karelia Music
1 Overture 6:56
2 Tableau 1: Karelian Home - Runic Song, Interrupted By War Music
Soprano Vocals – Anna-Kaisa Liedes, Teilu Virkkala
2:54
3 Tableau 2: The Founding Of Viipuri Castle 4:00
4 Tableau 3: Narimont, The Duke Of Lithuania, Levying Taxes In The Provence Of Käkisalmi 1:21
5 Intermezzo (I) 4:18
6 Tableau 4: Ballade - Karl Knuttson In Viipuri Castle
Baritone Vocals – Juha Kotilainen
7:39
7 Tableau 5: Pontus De La Gardie At The Gates Of Käkisalmi 2:06
8 Intermezzo (II): Alla Marcia 4:15
9 Tableau 6: The Siege Of Viipuri 3:11
10 Tableaux 7/8: The Reunion Of Old Finland [Karelia] With The Rest Of Finland - The Finnish National Anthem "Our Land"
Choir – Tampere Philharmonic Choir
7:06
Press Celebrations Music
11 Preludio 2:50
12 Tableau I: The Song Of Väinämöinen 3:14
13 Tableau 2: The Finns Are Baptised 4:57
14 Tableau 3: Duke John At Turku Castle 6:40
15 Tableau 4: The Finns In The Thirty Years War (1618-1648) 5:01
16 Tableau 5: The Great Hostility (Period Of War Between 1713-1721) 4:09
17 Tableau 6: Finland Awakes 7:19

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – DADC Austria
  • Recorded At – Tampere Hall

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Juha Kotilainen (tracks: 6)
  • Choir – Tampere Philharmonic Choir (tracks: 10)
  • Composed By – Jean Sibelius
  • Conductor – Tuomas Ollila
  • Engineer – Enno Mäemets
  • Executive-Producer – Reijo Kiilunen
  • Orchestra – Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Producer – Seppo Siirala
  • Soprano Vocals – Anna-Kaisa Liedes (tracks: 2), Tellu Virkkala (tracks: 2)

Notes

World premiere recording of complete Press Celebrations Music . Karelia Music: complete version reconstructed by Jouni Kaipainen in 1997.

Cover painting: E. Isto: The Attack [1899] . National Museum of Finland.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 761195 091326
  • Label Code: LC 3572
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100243623-0101 41 A1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K5
  • SPARS Code: DDD