Jean Sibelius: Sämtliche Werke (JSW) Serie I Band 9:

Skogsgraet/Varsang

KOMPONIST: Jean Sibelius
PRODUKTFORMAT: Sammelband
VERLAG: Breitkopf und Härtel
Sibelius orchestral works rediscovered It was a minor sensation when in 1996 the conductor Osmo Vänskä recorded a completely unknown, more than 20-minute-long orchestral work by the young Jean Sibelius in Lahti: "Skogsrået" (The Forest Nymph) had suddenly re-emerged. But this was no mere
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Komponist Jean Sibelius
Herausgeber Wicklund Tuija
Instrumentengruppe NOT APPLICABLE
PRODUKTFORMAT Sammelband
PRODUKTTYP Buch
Verlag Breitkopf und Härtel
Genre Klassik
SEITENZAHL 260
ISMN 9790004802717
Verlagsnummer SON 609
NR. BRKSON609
Beschreibung
Sibelius orchestral works rediscovered It was a minor sensation when in 1996 the conductor Osmo Vänskä recorded a completely unknown, more than 20-minute-long orchestral work by the young Jean Sibelius in Lahti: "Skogsrået" (The Forest Nymph) had suddenly re-emerged. But this was no mere rediscovery, since in his later years, Sibelius had graciously agreed that his early work could be performed in a radically abridged form. He thus left his score in a rather confusing condition. "Vårsång" (Spring Song), the second work in this volume of the Complete Edition, has two (or even three?) early versions, which makes for a most complicated source examination. Tuija Wicklund thus faced a mountain of problems in preparing the edition. The editor’s meticulous work ultimately yielded three complete orchestral scores from the years 1894/95, thus from a period in which no one can claim that such pieces are "early works." By this time, Sibelius had already made a name for himself in Finland with his first masterpieces "Kullervo" (1892), "En saga" (first version, 1892), the "Karelia Suite" (1893) and "Rakastava" (1894).
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