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Jean Sibelius
   composed   
Night Ride and Sunrise
Jean Sibelius
   was born on   
December 8, 1865
Finnish composer
Jean Sibelius
   composed   
Valse Triste
1903
Jean Sibelius
   composed   
En Saga
Tone poem for orchestra, 1901
Jean Sibelius
   composed   
Tapiola
Tone poem for orchestra, 1926
'Kullervo Symphony'
   was composed by   
Jean Sibelius
1892
Jean Sibelius
   was born in   
Finland
1865-1957; nationalistic composer of seven symphonies and several tone poems
Presenting Joshua Bell
   features   
Romance by Jean Sibelius
Op. 78, no. 2
Presenting Joshua Bell
   features   
Mazurka by Jean Sibelius
Op 81, no. 1
Be Still My Soul
   was written by   
Jean Sibelius
The lyrics were both written and translated prior to Sibelius's piece. Katharina von Schlegel wrote the original text in 1752, and it was translated into English by Jane Borthwick in 1855.
Jean Sibelius
   composed   
Violin Concerto in D Minor (1903)
Op. 47
Jean Sibelius
   composed   
Kullervo
Choral symphony for soprano, baritone, chorus and orchestra, op. 7, 1892
Jean Sibelius
   said   
"Pay No Attention to What the Critics Say. No Statue Has Ever Been Put up to a Critic."
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra
   recorded   
Jean Sibelius, The Tempest
Suites 1 & 2; cond. Leif Segersgtam; Ondine, 1998






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