Jean Sibelius: Sämtliche Werke (JSW) Serie I Band 16: Orchester

Okeaniden, Tapiola

KOMPONIST: Jean Sibelius
PRODUKTFORMAT: Sammelband
VERLAG: Breitkopf und Härtel
Jean Sibelius wrote his last two tone poems Aallottaret op. 73 and Tapiola op. 112 as commissions for the United States. Aallottaret is the original Finnish title of op. 73, as is found on the autograph. Discreetly concealed behind this title, however, is the title The Oceanides , which also stems
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Jean Sibelius
Herausgeber Kari Kilpeläinen
Instrumentengruppe Orchester
Instrumentierung Orchester
Detaillierte Instrumentierung Orchester
PRODUKTFORMAT Sammelband
PRODUKTTYP Buch
Verlag Breitkopf und Härtel
Genre Klassik
SEITENZAHL 228
ISMN 9790004803226
Verlagsnummer SON 620
NR. BRKSON620
Beschreibung
Jean Sibelius wrote his last two tone poems Aallottaret op. 73 and Tapiola op. 112 as commissions for the United States. Aallottaret is the original Finnish title of op. 73, as is found on the autograph. Discreetly concealed behind this title, however, is the title The Oceanides , which also stems from Sibelius, and which Breitkopf & Härtel gladly placed in first position for the first edition of 1915, thus facilitating the diffusion of the work. The previously unpublished early version of Aallottaret is also presented in the volume of the Complete Edition; it had been hastily rejected shortly before the world premiere. Compared with this genesis, the origin of Tapiola , Sibelius last great symphonic poem, is relatively unspectacular: though he was under pressure to write and publish the work, Sibelius produced no different versions. There was only one printed edition from Breitkopf and no further revisions. Thanks are given to Professor Nors S. Josephson for his valuable work on this volume, the editing of which he began.
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