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SIBELIUS: Historic Recordings and Rarities, 1928-1945 – feat. Boult, Beecham
More of the unusual in the Sibelius repertory opens CD 6, with the “tone poem for voice and orchestra,” the 1910 Luonnotar, Op.
Creationist views 'risk going unchallenged in schools'
Luonnotar of Finland was all alone in the vast emptiness of space and then came down to the sea, where the wind caressed her bosom and the seas made her fertile. The great Roc visited her and made a nest upon her upthrust pelvis and laid eggs there, ...
What does an orch play when soloist cancels at last minute?
Soprano Jane Archibald fell sick and there was no-one within reach to take over Messiaen's Poème pour Mi, which had to be scrapped. A chorus member volunteered to step up for the other part of the program, which was Fauré's Requiem. But what to do ...
"Music has a healing effect": Finnish soprano Riikka Hakola in Egypt
This will be Hakola's first ever performance in the Mediterranean city and second in Egypt following her performance with the Cairo Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ahmed El-Saedi, in an evening that included the Luonnotar, Op 70, a tone-poem for ...
BBCNOW/Asbury/Zuo review - imaginative programming
Sibelius's Finnish legend, Luonnotar, was less satisfying, with the powerful soprano of Gweneth-Ann Jeffers only really warming to her task in the latter part of the tone-poem.

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