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  1. Lemminkäinen, Op. 22; Luftslott (Castles in the Air) for two violins, JS 65; March of the Finnish Jäger Battalion, Op. 91a; Musique religieuse (Masonic Ritual Music), Op. ; Night Ride and Sunrise, Op. 55; Ödlan (The Lizard), Op. 8; Overture in E major, JS and Ballettscen, JS ;.
  2. The Lemminkäinen Suite (also called the Four Legends, or Four Legends from the Kalevala), Op. 22, is a work written by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius in the s and subsequently revised by him decades later. Originally conceived as a mythological opera, Veneen luominen (The Building of the Boat), on a scale matching those by Richard Wagner, Sibelius later changed his musical goals and Catalogue: Op.
  3. IV. Lemminkäinen's Homeward Journey (/96, Rev. , ) Original Versions: 5: I. Lemminkäinen And The Maiden Of The Island ( Version) 6: IV. Lemminkäinen's Homeward Journey ( Version) Appendices: 7: IV. Lemminkäinen's Homeward Journey (Second Ending of Version) 8: III. Lemminkäinen In Tuonela 5/5(2).
  4. This is one of Sibelius' earlier works, first performed in The story of Lemminkäinen is taken from Elias Lönnrot's compilation of Finnish folk tales, the Kalevala, published in It is unashamedly programmatic music depicting, in the first of four movements, Lemminkäinen's adventures with the maidens of Saari/5(8).
  5. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Jean Sibelius / Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä - Seriously Sibelius at Discogs. Complete your Jean Sibelius / Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä collection.
  6. The Kalevala is a collection of folk poetry from Northeastern Finland and Archangel Karelia (Russia), compiled by Elias Lönnrot (). The original collection, from , consisted of 32 cantos, but Lönnrot expanded it to 50 in , to fashion the popular version that would later inspire Sibelius to compose several works, including the Lemminkainen Suite: Four Legends from the Kalevala.
  7. A Suite Lemminkäinen (subtitulado Catro Lendas), [a] Op. 22, é unha obra composta polo compositor finlandés Jean Sibelius, escrita orixinalmente entre e , [2] como colección de catro poemas sinfónicos que xiran en torno a unha mesma temática. Foi estreada o 13 de abril de en Helsinqui (), baixo a dirección do propio mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.coinfoá baseada na epopea nacional finlandesa do.
  8. Final version No. 3 (until no. 2) Lemminkäinen in Tuonela 1st version ; first performance in Helsinki on 13th April (the orchestra of Helsinki Philharmonic Society under Jean Sibelius). 2nd version ; first performance in Helsinki on 1st November (the orchestra of Helsinki Philharmonic Society under Jean Sibelius.
  9. 5 II The Swan of Tuonela , revised final [only surviving] version Andante molto sostenuto 6 III Lemminkäinen in Tuonela , revised final version Il tempo largamente - Molto lento - Largo assai 7 IV Lemminkäinen's Return , revised final version.

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