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Finlandia, Op. 26 is a symphonic poem by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The first version was written in 1899, and it was revised in 1900. The piece was composed for the Press Celebrations of 1899, a covert protest against increasing censorship from the Russian Empire, as the last of seven pieces, each performed as an accompaniment to a tableau depicting episodes from Finnish history. The premiere was on 2 July 1900 in Helsinki with the Helsinki Philharmonic Society conducted by Robert Kajanus. A typical performance takes anywhere from 7½ to 9 minutes. A recurrent joke within Finland at this time was the renaming of Finlandia at various musical concerts so as to avoid Russian censorship. Titles under which the piece masqueraded were numerous, a famously flippant example being Happy Feelings at the awakening of Finnish Spring. Most of the piece is taken up with rousing and turbulent music, evoking the national struggle of the Finnish people. But towards the end, a calm comes over the orchestra, and the serenely melodic Finlandia Hymn is heard. Often incorrectly cited as a traditional folk melody, the Hymn section is of Sibelius's own creation. Although initially composed for orchestra, in 1900 Sibelius arranged the entire work for solo piano. Sibelius later reworked the Finlandia Hymn into a stand-alone piece. This hymn, with words written in 1941 by Veikko Antero Koskenniemi, is one of the most important national songs of Finland (though Maamme is the national anthem). With different words, it is also sung as a Christian hymn (Be Still, My Soul), and was the national anthem of the short-lived African state of Biafra (Land of the Rising Sun). Created by Wild Scandinavia / Wildes Skandinavien / (2011) Directors: Oliver Goetzl Writers: Oliver Goetzl Cinematography: Ivo Nörenberg, Jan Henriksson and Rolf Steinmann Gulo Film Productions 🤍 "This film shows animal behaviour that has never been filmed before: Oliver Goetzl and Ivo Nörenberg got the first ever made shots of a wild lynx in the finish wilderness, they did highspeed shots of Goldeneye chicks jumping out of their tree nest, they filmed exciting encounters of bears and wolves. The documentary was shot with more than 650 shooting days." #jeansibelius #finlandia
Jean Sibelius (8 December 1865 – 20 September 1957), was a Finnish composer and violinist of the late Romantic and early-modern periods. He is widely recognized as his country's greatest composer and, through his music, is often credited with having helped Finland to develop a national identity during its struggle for independence from Russia. The core of his oeuvre is his set of seven symphonies, which, like his other major works, are regularly performed and recorded in his home country and internationally. His other best-known compositions are Finlandia, the Karelia Suite, Valse triste, the Violin Concerto, the choral symphony Kullervo, and The Swan of Tuonela (from the Lemminkäinen Suite). Other works include pieces inspired by nature, Nordic mythology, and the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, over a hundred songs for voice and piano, incidental music for numerous plays, the opera Jungfrun i tornet (The Maiden in the Tower), chamber music, piano music, Masonic ritual music, and 21 publications of choral music. Sibelius composed prolifically until the mid-1920s, but after completing his Seventh Symphony (1924), the incidental music for The Tempest (1926) and the tone poem Tapiola (1926), he stopped producing major works in his last thirty years, a stunning and perplexing decline commonly referred to as "The Silence of Järvenpää", the location of his home. Although he is reputed to have stopped composing, he attempted to continue writing, including abortive efforts on an eighth symphony. In later life, he wrote Masonic music and re-edited some earlier works while retaining an active but not always favourable interest in new developments in music. The Finnish 100 mark note featured his image until 2002, when the euro was adopted. Since 2011, Finland has celebrated a Flag Day on 8 December, the composer's birthday, also known as the "Day of Finnish Music". In 2015, the 150th anniversary of the composer's birth, a number of special concerts and events were held, especially in the city of Helsinki. Jean Sibelius 1. Allegretto 2. Andante ma rubato 3. Vivacissimo 4. Finale, Allegro moderato 5. At the Castle Gate 6. M lisande 7. By the Seashore 8. By a Spring in the Park 9. The Three Blind Sisters 10. Pastorale 11. M lisande at the Spinning Wheel 12. Entr acte 13. M lisande s Death For more: 🤍 #MusicHistory #ClassicalMusic #Sibelius
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Steinway Artist Janne Mertanen plays Kuusi, Op. 75 No. 5 by Jean Sibelius Janne Mertanen, piano Film Crew Director of Photography: Tuomas Tenkanen 1st AC: Anna-Maria Viksten Edit & Color: Tuomas Tenkanen Audio Production: Heikki Savolainen Filmed in Steinway Gallery Helsinki Big Thanks to Steinway Gallery Helsinki Emilia Takayama Hellin Tapionlinna Ukko Mannermaa Gear Used: 3x Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, Mitakon 25mm f0.95, Mitakon 17mm f0.95, Sigma 50-100 f1.8, Helios 58mm f2.0
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Jean Sibelius - Karelia, tableaux historiques Intermezzo 1 Tampere Filharmonia, sous la direction de Tuomas Ollila (1998)
Sibelius's String Quartet in D minor opus 56 Voces Intimae with score Performed live by the Orion String Quartet Score and Recording available here 🤍 Art by Bill Logan
Sous la direction de Mikko Franck, l'Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France joue le "Concerto pour violon et orchestre en ré mineur" op. 47 de Jean Sibelius avec Hilary Hahn. Concert donné en direct de l'Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio à Paris. Quatre ans avant la mort du violoniste Joseph Joachim (1831-1907), qui inspira nombre de partitions du XIXe siècle, Jean Sibelius se met à la composition de son propre Concerto pour violon et orchestre, conçu entre ses Deuxième et Troisième Symphonies. Mais contrairement à celui de Brahms, par exemple, ce concerto ne fut pas écrit à l’intention de Joachim ni créé par lui. On l’entendit une première fois en 1903, puis il fut donné dans sa version définitive le 19 octobre 1905, à Berlin, sous la direction de Richard Strauss, avec le soliste Karl Halir. L’œuvre témoigne du désir de Sibelius de donner à son effusion une vigueur, une densité à cent lieues du sentimentalisme d’un Glazounov (dont le Concerto pour violon date aussi de 1903). Sibelius, qui était lui-même un brillant violoniste, s’empare ici d’une des formes les plus traditionnelles qui soient, en respecte le déroulement tripartite (un premier mouvement rhapsodique, une cantilène sublime, un rondo bondissant), mais le nourrit d’une inspiration toute d’étrangeté et de dépaysement. Nielsen, huit ans plus tard, tentera de renouveler la forme (en deux parties de deux mouvements chacune) mais sans aboutir au même épanouissement. C’est qu’on est là au cœur d’un univers musical à la fois en transition et en maturation. Sibelius, en 1904, s’installe d’ailleurs à Järvenpää, à une trentaine de kilomètres au nord d’Helsinki, dans une maison qu’il ne quittera plus, comme s’il voulait trouver un cadre nouveau, fait de solitude et d’exigence, à sa nouvelle inspiration. Hilary Hahn, l'interview décalée : 🤍 #HilaryHahn #Sibelius #OrchestrePhilharmoniqueDeRadioFrance #violin 00:00 - Début du concert 00:25 - 1er mouvement : Allegro moderato 19:25 - 2ème mouvement : Adagio di molto 28:45 - 3ème mouvement : Allegro ma non tanto - 🔔 Pensez à vous abonner pour découvrir d’autres vidéos France Musique ! 🤍 Découvrez tout France Musique : ► Site internet - 🤍 ► Espace Concerts - 🤍 ► Newsletters - 🤍 Suivez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux : ► Facebook - 🤍 ► Twitter - 🤍 ► Instagram - 🤍 ► TikTok - 🤍
VOCES8 performs 'This Is My Song' to the tune of Finlandia by Jean Sibelius, arranged here by VOCES8 tenor, Blake Morgan. TEXT Vv1&2 by Lloyd Stone, v.3 Blake Morgan This is my song, O God of all the nations, A song of peace for lands afar and mine. This is my home, the country where my heart is, Here are my hopes, my dreams, my holy shrine. But other hearts in other lands are beating, With hopes and dreams as true and high as mine. My country’s skies are bluer than the ocean, And sunlight beams on cloverleaf and pine. But other lands have sunlight too, and clover, And skies are everywhere as blue as mine. *This is my song, O God of all the nations, A song of peace for their land and for mine. So let us raise this melody together, Beneath the stars that guide us through the night; If we choose love, each storm we’ll learn to weather, Until true peace and harmony we find, This is our song, a hymn we raise together; A dream of peace, uniting humankind. *modified from Stone’s original poetry
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'Saarella palaa' van Jean Sibelius, uitgevoerd door de Utrechtse Studenten Cantorij o.l.v. Fokko Oldenhuis. Concert van het programma 'No Man Is An Island' op 26 november 2021 in de Nicolaïkerk in Utrecht. Audio en beeld: Guido Attema 🤍uscantorij.nl 🤍fokkooldenhuis.nl
Jean Sibelius: 2. Sinfonie D-Dur op. 43 ∙ I. Allegretto ∙ II. Tempo andante, ma rubato – Andante sostenuto – Allegro – Andante sostenuto III. Vivacissimo – Lento e soave – Tempo primo – Lento e soave – Largamente ∙ IV. Finale. Allegro moderato ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester – Frankfurt Radio Symphony ∙ Susanna Mälkki, Dirigentin ∙ hr-Sinfoniekonzert ∙ Alte Oper Frankfurt, 17. Mai 2019 ∙ Website: 🤍 ∙ Facebook: 🤍
Music by Sibelius marks the 100th anniversary of Finnish Independence. Performed by the BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sakari Oramo.
[2022. 05.29] Jean Sibelius Violin Competition 2022 Inmo Yang #양인모 (KOR), RSO, joht. Dima Slobodeniouk. Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor op. 47 🤍 *이전 시벨리우스 영상이 삭제된 이유는 저도 정확히 알지 못합니다. 다만 영상이 올라갔던 계정이 해지가 되었다는 내용을 보고 저작권 문제라고 예상하고 있습니다.
Musiikkitalon avajaiset - Finlandia Finlandia op.26 (san. V.A. Koskenniemi) Helsingin kaupunginorkesteri Radion sinfoniaorkesteri Sibelius-Akatemian suuri kuoro Jukka-Pekka Saraste
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공연일시 : 2017.10.25 Seoul International Music Festival Sinfonia Lahti 'Sibelius' Seoul Arts Center Concert Hall Jean Sibelius(1865~1957) / Lemminkäinen Suite, Op.22 00:02 l. Lemminkäinen ja saaren neidot (Lemminkäinen and the Maidens of the Island) 16:05 ll. Tuonelan joutsen (The Swan of Tuonela) 24:24 lll. Lemminkäinen tuonelassa (Lemminkäinen in Tuonela) 39:27 lV. Lemminkäinen kotiinpaluu (Lemminkäinen's Return) Dima Slobodeniouk_conductor Sinfonia Lahti Follow OPUS : Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Email: opus🤍opuscorp.org Follow Seoul International Music Festival : Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Email: simf🤍opuscorp.org Follow EnsembleOPUS : Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Email: opus🤍opuscorp.org Video by OPUS © Opus
Jean Sibelius： Lemminkäinen Suite (Four Legends from the Kalevala) Op.22 00:11 1. Lemminkäinen ja saaren neidot (Lemminkäinen and the Maidens of the Island) 17:20 2. Tuonelan joutsen (The Swan of Tuonela) 27:08 3. Lemminkäinen tuonelassa (Lemminkäinen in Tuonela) 43:00 4. Lemminkäinen kotiinpaluu (Lemminkäinen's Return) Kungliga Filharmoniska Orkestern (Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra) / Paavo Järvi February 1-3, 1996 Stockholms konserthus, Stockholm
Jean Sibelius - Tapiola, Op. 112 (1926) Performed by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Neeme Järvi Source of Audio (with performance information) - 🤍
- - - - Vocal - Karita Mattila Conductor - Sakari Oramo City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra - - - - Jean Sibelius (born Johan Julius Christian Sibelius) was a Finnish composer of the late Romantic period, whose music played an important role in the formation of a Finnish national identity. The core of his ouvre is his set of seven symphonies, which reflect the development of his compositional style. In addition to those, his best known compositions include the symphonic poem Finlandia, the Karelia Suite, the Valse Triste, the Violin Concerto in D minor, and The Swan of Tuonela. His output includes nationalistic pieces, incidental music, songs, an opera, and choral music. After 1926, Sibelius ceased to work on large scale pieces: having paid off his debts and secured a state pension, he retired and lived a quiet life. He retained an active interest in new developments in music. He was also a freemason (and he wrote a number of pieces to be used in Lodge ritual). Currently Finland celebrates 8 December, the composer's birthday, as the 'Day of Finnish Music'.
🤍 🤍 Adam Kossler plays "Ekloge" from 4 lyrical piano pieces Op.74 by Jean Sibelius. Transcription by Adam Kossler. Audio and Video by Drew Henderson.
Jean Sibelius - Andante Festivo, JS 34b, for String Orchestra and Timpani, conducted by Jean Sibelius with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra (Radion sinfoniaorkesteri). Helsinki Concert Hall, Finland. New Year's Eve Radio Broadcast, 1Jan 1939. Andante Festivo is a single movement composition by Jean Sibelius, originally scored for string quartet in 1922. In 1938, the composer rescored the piece for string orchestra and timpani. Full-throated and hymnic, this piece of work is constructed as a smooth, continuous stream of similar melodic phrases that flow into and out of each other. Despite the rejection of the string orchestra repertoire by several major publishers of his day, including the extremely influential Breitkopf & Härtel, Sibelius was drawn to the medium throughout his lifetime. Most of his works, however, are arrangements of works composed in other media that were more easily publishable and might be familiar to listeners in other guises. In 1922 Sibelius composed Andante Festivo for the 25th anniversary of the Saynatsalo plywood mill. First written for a string quartet and later arranged for a string orchestra and timpani ad libitum, it has a musical vocabulary in almost complete opposition to the prevailing trends in art and music at the time. While it would have been rather fashionable, as well as appropriate for the occasion, to capture the mechanical features of the mill, Sibelius' greatest inspiration was nature, and the work features a tone of almost sacred solemnity. On 1 January 1939, to the astonishment of all, he appeared in front of an orchestra again after an absence of over a decade to conduct the short Andante festivo, which is technically not very difficult. This was for an international radio broadcast in honour of the World Expo in New York. Curiously, Sibelius conducted the premiere of this work, long into his retirement, in a 1939 live radio broadcast to the United States on New Year's Eve. This radio broadcast recording of this piece from January 1, 1939, with Sibelius conducting, is the only recorded example of the composer interpreting one of his own works. Only one single recording has survived as a testimony of Sibelius's art as a conductor. 🤍 1.I.1939 Art by Caspar David Friedrich, Felsenriff am Meeresstrand (Rocky Reef on The Sea Shore), picture at exhibition Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe. The Quest for Infinity. A melancholic search is undertaken for the sources of the earliest and most perfect periods, with a return being made to the references of classical Mediterranean cultures. Also sought out are the symbolic and mystical dimensions of the sea as a place where humans seem unable to exist, the waters being a space of divine creation. As if enacting a return to the beginning, images of the sea are finally rendered empty in the pure depiction of waters separated from skies, paintings whose very dimensions seek to evoke the immensity of the sea. This is a paradoxical desire. It appeals both to infinitude and transcendence in its symbolic schematism and physical grandeur, tending towards a serenity that is initially imaginated and that evokes a feeling of eternity, just as it convulses us in turbulent visions made up of emotion, feeling and frenzy. The seas painted by Caspar David Friedrich are never inhabited spaces although they might serve as objects of contemplation for solitary characters. The sea seems to be an entity in which humans cannot exist, a territory that belongs to divine creation. Man, being on the outside, questions this immensity and the mysteries of its silences, the skies reflected in the waters, or the shapes created by unknown causes, such as the rocks with their harsh profiles.
Jean Sibelius - The Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 🤍 Violin : Maxim Vengerov Conductor : Daniel Barenboim ( 🤍 "Barenboim & Vengerov répondent à Fergus - Concerto pour violon de Sibelius" ) Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) Jean Sibelius - Le Concerto pour violon en ré mineur, op. 47 Violon : Maxim Vengerov Chef d'orchestre : Daniel Barenboim Orchestre Symphonique de Chicago 1. Allegro moderato in D minor 2. Adagio di molto in B-flat major 3. Allegro, ma non tanto in D major 1. Allegro moderato en ré mineur 2. Adagio di molto en si bémol majeur 3. Allegro ma non tanto en ré majeur Das Violinkonzert in d-Moll op. 47
Jean Sibelius (1865- 1957),The Swan of Tuonela (Tuonelan joutsen), Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Paavo Järvi. Works by Gabriel Cornelis de Jongh (1913- 2004), Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865- 1931), William Degouve de Nuncques [Nunques] (1867- 1935).
ensemble cantissimo Markus Utz, conductor October 2009 Frauenkirche Nürnberg
Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) Finlandia op.26 (Sinfonische Tondichtung Nr.7) HERBERT VON KARAJAN Philharmonia Orchestra Juli 1952
Lapuan musiikkiopiston puhallinorkesteri soittaa Jean Sibeliuksen Jääkärimarssin, johtaa Hannu Haahkala. Tämä on kuvattu ja äänitetty (HD) orkesterin CD/Super audio CD -levyn "Fanfare!" nauhoituksessa keväällä 2010. Ääni, kuva ja koostaminen Mika Koivusalo. Lapua Music Institute Wind Ensemble performing March of the Jaegers from Jean Sibelius. Conductor is Hannu Haahkala. This was recorded in HD during the recording sessions of CD/Multi Channel Super Audio CD "Fanfare!" (spring 2010), FUGA-9304, 🤍fuga.fi. Video is Full HD quality and audio is from original high quality multi channel recording setup, not from video camera's microphone. Audio, video & editing by Mika Koivusalo.
Jean Sibelius: Symphony no. 2 (1901-02) - Allegretto (0:26) - Tempo andante, ma rubato (10:26) - Vivacissimo – Lento e suave – (24:40) - Finale: Allegro moderato (31:03) Iceland Symphony Orchestra Yan Pascal Tortelier conductor This recording is published on December 6th 2017 to celebrate Finland's 100 years of independence.#suomi100 #finland100 From a concert in Harpa, Reykjavík, November 10th 2016. Stúdíó Sýrland, © Sinfóníuhljómsveit Íslands
[2022. 05.19] Sibelius-viulukilpailu alkuerä 1/6 Inmo Yang (KOR) Mariko Furukawa, piano J. S. Bach: Partita nro 1 h-molli (Allemanda, Double, Courante ja Double) Jean Sibelius: Auf der Heide op. 115/1, Novellette op. 102/3 H. W. Ernst: Suuri kapriisi op. 26 “Keijukaiskuningas” *연주 위주 편집 🤍 #양인모
RLPO play Jean Sibelius masterpiece Finlandia JEAN SIBELIUS Finlandia Vasily Petrenko conductor One of the great late-Romantic composers, who single handedly placed Finland on the musical map. And theres nothing more Finnish than Sibeliuss Finlandia. Watch the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra tackle this Finnish masterpiece, performed at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in November 2009. Sibelius originally wrote this for a scenic piece called Finland Awakes, which was presented at the Swedish Theatre in Helsinki in protest against the drastic suppression of political freedom by Finlands Russian masters in the February Manifesto of 1899. The atmosphere of oppression would have been palpable enough for those who heard the piece, if not, the allusion to Emil Genetzs well-known song Herää Suomi! (Arise, Finland!) and the increasingly triumphant mood of the work can have left no doubt in the Finnish mind as to what the message was meant to be. If youve seen The Hunt for Red October or Die Hard 2 youll know to get the big guns primed when Finlandia pops up; this thing could go nuclear
The Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Rahbari (2012 performance). #Sibelius#Kullervo#Finland#classical_music#Alexander_Rahbari#Iran#Trkey#Istanbul
Finnish Baroque Orchestra Tomas Djupsjöbacka, conductor Elegie from the suite of incidental music from "King Christian II" (Kung Kristian II), Op. 27 (1897) fibo.fi
Chorus Marinus Miesyhtye harjoittelee 12.3.2023 klo 16 matineaan, jonka tuotto lahjoitetaan Ukrainan sodasta kärsiville. (joht. Heikki Varis)
Composer: Jean Sibelius Type of song: Choral Ecce novum gaudium - 00:01 Angelus emittitur - 01:10 In stadio laboris - 01:46
Jean Sibelius (1865–1957): En etsi valtaa loistoa performed by the English Vocal Consort of Helsinki: Mirjam S., soprano David Hackston, countertenor Martti Anttila, tenor Valter Maasalo, baritone Live recording 12 Dec 2021 Meilahti Church, Helsinki, Finland _ En etsi valtaa, loistoa, en kaipaa kultaakaan; ma pyydän taivaan valoa ja rauhaa päälle maan Se joulu suo, mi onnen tuo ja mielet nostaa Luojan luo Ei valtaa eikä kultaakaan, vaan rauhaa päälle maan. Suo mulle maja rauhaisa ja lasten joulupuu Jumalan sanan valoa, joss' sieluin kirkastuu Tuo kotihin, jos pieneenkin, nyt joulujuhla suloisin Jumalan sanan valoa, ja mieltä jaloa. Luo köyhän niinkuin rikkahan saa joulu ihana Pimeytehen maailman tuo taivaan valoa Sua halajan, Sua odotan, Sa Herra maan ja taivahan Nyt köyhän niinkuin rikkaan luo suloinen joulus tuo. (Text: Zacharias Topelius) 🤍
Performed by the Helsinki University Chorus (YL) conducted by Matti Hyökki. The photo of the composer was taken in 1939.
Jean Sibelius: Chant du Soir Op 101, No 2
EMOTIONALLY CHARGED SIBELIUS SONGS Jean Sibelius is known for his large, impressive and imposing symphonies and other works for orchestra, but also for his songs — he composed around a hundred. Here we have numbers such as “Svarta rosor” and “Flickan kom ifrån sin älsklings möte” that are world-famous. Sibelius wrote them mainly for voice and piano, but many seem as though made for orchestral sounds and instrumental sublety! There were some who fortunately agreed. Sibelius orchestrated a few of his songs himself, while a number of composers and conductors of his time, in particular Jussi Jalas, created splendid orchestrations of others of these striking pieces. On this recording Marianne Beate Kielland and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra under conductor Petr Popelka have engaged with many of these orchestrated versions, producing an intense album of eighteen songs based on poems of familiar Swedish and Finnish poets, in which Sibelius tells of love, betrayal, grief and longing. Many of the songs are short, yet they fully convey the story, as Sibelius uniquely captures the poem’s mood and narrative. Marianne Beate Kielland has long dreamed of recording the orchestrated songs of Sibelius. The result is an outstanding album filled with feeling and beautiful music, and the scintillating sound of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra under Chief Conductor Petr Popelka. Mezzo-soprano Marianne Beate Kielland is famous for her strong stage presence and musical integrity and has established herself as one of Europe’s leading singers. She performs regularly with the most important orchestras and conductors in Europe, Asia and America, and she has released more than fifty albums. The Norwegian Radio Orchestra is known as an orchestra for “the whole land” and is today regarded with a unique combination of respect and affection by its music-loving public. It is comprised of highly talented classical instrumentalists, yet its musical philosophy has remained the same: versatility, a light-hearted approach, curiosity for all kinds of music, and an unwillingness to pigeonhole musical styles. Petr Popelka is currently Chief Conductor.
Tampereen Filharmonisen Kuoron joulutervehdys 2022.
Schola Diffusa's singers hail from six continents. This patriotic song acknowledges others' patriotism — and our unifying desire for peace. Arrangement: Cantus 🤍