Finlandia, Op 26

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  1. Finlandia, Op (Sibelius, Jean) It is very unlikely that this work is public domain in the EU, or in any country where the copyright term is life-plus years. However, it is in the public domain in Canada (where IMSLP is hosted) and other countries where the term is life-plus years (such as China, Japan, Korea and many others worldwide).Authorities: WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: ; .
  2. Finlandia, tone poem for orchestra, Op. Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Description by Rovi Staff. Jean Sibelius' Finlandia became the composer's most enduring work in part because of the political climate in Finland at the time of its creation. Russia imposed a .
  3. Finlandia, Op. 26/7 By Jean Sibelius Item: A $ This item is temporarily out of stock. Notify Me When Available Add to List. Share. Product Details.
  4. Finlandia op. 26 Orchestra [Score] Breitkopf & Härtel. By Jean Sibelius. For orchestra. Breitkopf Full Scores. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (German import). $ $ (20% off) See more - Buy online Pre-shipment lead time: 3 to 4 weeks. Similar items. Details. Details. Jean Sibelius: Finlandia, Op.
  5. Finlandia (Nightwish’s version) Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for mixed choir in F major, arr. Sibelius) Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for male choir) Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for mixed choir, arr. Panula) Finlandia-hymni, op. 26 (for mixed choir in A-flat major, arr. Sibelius) Finlandia, op. 26 (for piano) Finlandia, op. 26 (for organ, Fricker.
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  7. Finlandia had its origins in political protest. It was written for the Finnish Press Pension Celebration of , a thinly veiled rally in support of freedom of the Finnish press, then largely controlled by tsarist Russia. Sibelius’s contribution to the three-day pageant was a set of nationalistic musical tableaux. Several of these pieces he later recycled into the suite Historic Scenes No.
  8. Sibelius wrote his patriotic tone poem in as a protest against increasing censorship in his home country of Finland. In the summer of , just as the world was beginning to wake up to Finlandia, Sibelius had been on a tour of Europe, ending up at the exposition Universelle in Paris, where he competed for attention with his new piece in the second ever Olympic Games of the modern era.

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