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21-30 of 53 videos of music composed by Jean Sibelius

Sibelius: Op. 75, No. 5 (The Spruce)
Sibelius: Op. 75, No. 5 (The Spruce) Jean Sibelius: Op. 75 "The Trees", No. 5 "The Spruce". Franklin Howell, piano
Markus Wargh play his arrangement on Jean Sibelius - Finlandia.
Markus Wargh play his arrangement on Jean Sibelius - Finlandia. Markus Wargh play his own arrangement of the famous Finlandia by Jean Sibelius, in Luleå Cathedral 2009. Markus Wargh was born 1969 in Jakobstad, Finland. He studied organ playing and improvisation at the Sibelius Academy and received his diploma with the highest honors possible in 1991. During 1992-1995 he continued his studies at the Piteå College of Music. He was awarded the degree of Concert Organist in 1995. Markus Wargh's superb talents at improvising have drawn great acclaim. Creating music on the impulse of the moment has always been an important part of Wargh's artistry. He often improvises together with other instrumentalists and singers. The combination of different instruments has paved the way for a new, very creative and interesting music. As an interpreter of classical music he often performs organ works by Bach, for example, in addition to the great romantic virtuoso organ works. Wargh has performed widely both in his native Finland and in other Nordic countries. He has also taken part in many organ festivals and has made several radio and TV recordings. In the Lahti Organ Festival of 1992 he was chosen the Young Organist of the year. During 1995-2001 he taught organ playing and improvisation at the Piteå College of Music. At present he is working as Concert Organist and Cathedral Organist in the Cathedral of Luleå.
J. SIBELIUS VIOLIN CONCERTO IDA HAENDEL (mvmt1 pt1)
J. SIBELIUS VIOLIN CONCERTO IDA HAENDEL (mvmt1 pt1) IDA HAENDEL ,violin..part one of the first movement-Allegro Moderato-of the Jean Sibelius Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Op. 47 in D Minor...a 1981 video produced and directed by Richard Bocking
Glenn Gould plays Jean Sibelius Three Lyric Pieces ''Kyllikki''
Glenn Gould plays Jean Sibelius Three Lyric Pieces ''Kyllikki'' Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) from: Three Lyric pieces ''Kyllikki'' Opus 41 I. Largamente - Allegro Composed in 1904 Piano: Glenn Gould (1932-1982) Rec. 1977
Sibelius: Impromptu in B minor
Sibelius: Impromptu in B minor I love this work. It has a misterious feeling... I am going to upload some piano works by Jean Sibelius (one of my favorite composers of all time) To inspire people to listen to his music. I really enjoy listening to his music. And I enjoy it more when I listen to a new piece that I haven't heard before, like the this one I am posting right now(first time I heard it was yesterday). If you have any videos you want to share with me about any composers music, please do so. I love listening to videos that people share with me. Please leave a comment expression your opinion about this piece. My honest opinion is that it is really good! Have a nice day!
Sibelius- Romance in Db major- piano
Sibelius- Romance in Db major- piano Op. 24, No. 9. Enjoy! I will get around to tuning my piano sometime soon, which it really needs...Also sorry about the need for the sheet music, i've only been playing it for a week or so, and haven't played it enough to have it memorized. Please Subscribe and I will add more!!
Great Symphonies: Jean Sibelius Symphony No.2 - 2. Andante Ma Rubato
Great Symphonies: Jean Sibelius Symphony No.2 - 2. Andante Ma Rubato This is part 1 from the second movement of this symphony. The video is dedicated to earthatic, a great person with a good taste of classical music. please check out his channel for some truly great videos! Enjoy!
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 1 and
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 1 and www.sibelius.fi The second symphony is the most popular and most frequently recorded of Sibelius's symphonies. It is more skilfully orchestrated than the first symphony. The ideas of form are more mature and the violent Slavic gloom is replaced by a more classical touch and by the light of the Mediterranean. The heroic and optimistic first and final movements of the symphony were exactly what the Finnish public needed in 1902, during a period of Russian oppression. The first public performance consolidated Sibelius's fame as a national hero. Soon the symphony was also triumphantly acclaimed abroad.
Sibelius Romance Opus 24 No.9
Sibelius Romance Opus 24 No.9 The young and talented Tia Eagle releases her first HD classical video as part of a soon to be website promoting young unsigned musicians. Tia plays the beautiful Sibelius Romance Opus 24 No.9. Recorded at Colchester Institute and produced by Andy Smith.
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 3 and
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 3 and www.sibelius.fi The second symphony is the most popular and most frequently recorded of Sibelius's symphonies. It is more skilfully orchestrated than the first symphony. The ideas of form are more mature and the violent Slavic gloom is replaced by a more classical touch and by the light of the Mediterranean. The heroic and optimistic first and final movements of the symphony were exactly what the Finnish public needed in 1902, during a period of Russian oppression. The first public performance consolidated Sibelius's fame as a national hero. Soon the symphony was also triumphantly acclaimed abroad.
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