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Sibelius: Spring Song, The Bard, Etc / Jarvi, Gothenburg So


Release Date: 10/26/1992 
Label:  Bis   Catalog #: 384   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 1 Hours 1 Mins. 

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Works on This Recording

1.
Spring Song, Op. 16 by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: Finland 
Notes: Composition written: Finland (1894).
Composition revised: 1895.
Composition revised: 1902. 
2.
The Bard, Op. 64 by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1913/1914; Finland 
3.
Suite mignonne for Flute and Strings, Op. 98 no 1 by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1921; Finland 
4.
Suite champêtre for Strings, Op. 98 no 2 by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1921; Finland 
5.
Suite caractéristique, Op. 100 by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1922; Finland 
6.
Presto for Strings by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; Finland 
Notes: This is an arrangement by Sibelius of the Presto movment of his string
quartet Op 4. 
7.
Pieces (3) for Orchestra, Op. 96 by Jean Sibelius
Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1919-1920; Finland 

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 A NICE SAMPLER  March 14, 2015 By Zita Carno (Tampa, FL) See All My Reviews "I guess Sibelius was thinking of spring when he wrote this piece---and so was I. I was thinking of "spring has sprung, the grass is riz" (as the old rhyme goes)---blue skies, comfortable temperatures, baseball season, all that goes with this freshest of seasons---as I listen and enjoy. And all the shorter tone poems and other delightful bits of Sibeliana to add to my growing collection. A nice sampler indeed, for this happy Sibelius camper. And by the way, I heard on my TV the Symphony #6 by the British composer Arnold Bax, and I got a kick out of how he paid homage to Sibelius by adding a phrase from Tapiola at the end of the last movement---I understand that the two were friends." Report Abuse
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