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Jean Sibelius Quartet - Sibelius: String Quartets (1991)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at May 19, 2018
Jean Sibelius Quartet - Sibelius: String Quartets (1991)

Jean Sibelius Quartet - Sibelius: String Quartets (1991)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 61:34 | 299B
Genre: Classical | Label: Ondine | Catalog: ODE 773-2

It wasn't so long ago that the only Sibelius quartet on disc was Voces intimae. Now the catalogue boasts no fewer than three accounts of the A minor, and the Voces intimae itself is available in five different versions. It is worth, perhaps, reminding you that before the Kullervo Symphony, Sibelius had hardly composed anything other than chamber music. After his breakthrough as an orchestral composer he continued to write music for domestic use, but into none of it did he pour ideas of any real significance or inspiration, with the sole exception of Voces intimae.
Leonard Bernstein - Jean Sibelius: The Symphonies - Remastered Edition (2015) (7CD Box Set)

Leonard Bernstein - Jean Sibelius: The Symphonies - Remastered Edition (2015) (7CD Box Set)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers: front, back | 1.64 Gb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | 7CDs | 817 mb
Classical | Label: Sony Classical ‎- 888750261427

Leonard Bernstein - Jean Sibelius: The Symphonies - Remastered Edition collects Bernstein’s complete Sibelius recordings, newly remastered from the original analogue tapes using 24 bit / 96 kHz technology in a 7CD limited original jackets collection.
Jamie Barton, Brian Zeger - All Who Wander: Songs by Gustav Mahler, Antonin Dvorak, Jean Sibelius (2016)

Jamie Barton, Brian Zeger - All Who Wander: Mahler, Dvořák, Sibelius (2016)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 224 Mb | Artwork included | Time: 01:00:46
Genre: Classical, Vocal | Label: Delos | # DE3494

Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton burst upon the global opera and concert scene in recent years after having won many of the world’s most prestigious prizes for vocal excellence and accomplishments. Delos has scored a major coup in releasing her debut album. Jamie’s well-chosen program of late-Romantic repertoire begins with eight of Gustav Mahler’s finest lieder – including his wonderful Five Rückert Songs – before treating us to the rare delights of Antonin Dvořák’s song cycle Gypsy Songs. Her album concludes with even more seldom-heard selections from the many lovely Swedish-language songs of Finnish master Jean Sibelius. This sublime album – further graced by pianist Brian Zeger’s peerless collaboration – will take your breath away, and leave you hungry for more from Jamie Barton, considered by many of the world’s top vocal and operatic experts to be the rising mezzo of our time.
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Berglund - Jean Sibelius: Orchestral Works (1997) 2CDs [Re-Up]

Jean Sibelius: Orchestral Works (1997) 2CD
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Paavo Berglund, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 628 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 388 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI | # 7243 5 69773 2 7 | Time: 02:33:33

This double CD from EMI features the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by their Finnish principal conductor at the time (1970s), Paavo Berglund. It doesn't have to be that a conductor originates from the same country as the composer whose works he or she is conducting, but it often happens that this combination seems to produce performances of greatest sensitivity. So it is here, as Berglund conducts 10 works by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The discs include quite familiar works like En Saga, one of Sibelius' first compositions when he was in his late 20s. We also have Pohjola's Daughter, The Bard and two of the four Lemminkäinen Legends, and a beautiful version of Luonnotar sung by the Finnish soprano Taru Valjakka. The rest of the discs is made up of less frequently heard pieces. We have the five-movement suite from the incidental music Sibelius wrote for Adolf Paul's play King Christian II (1898); the Spring Song (Vårsång) of 1894; the suite of incidental music from Maeterlinck's Pelleas and Melisande.

Jean Sibelius - The Sibelius Edition (2011) (69 CD Box Set)  Music

Posted by murena at Sept. 16, 2017
Jean Sibelius - The Sibelius Edition (2011) (69 CD Box Set)

Jean Sibelius - The Sibelius Edition (2011) (69 CD Box Set)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image+.cue, log) | 69CD, 81:49:35 | 18,1 Gb | Scans ->1,43 Gb
Genre: Classical / Label: BIS

In 2007, the 50th anniversary of Sibelius’s death, BIS begins the release of a 13-volume edition of all the music that the great master ever created – from the symphonies and tone poems to chamber works and songs. As well as the published works, the edition includes rare original versions and world première recordings of works from his youth – material which to a large extent is unique to BIS. The edition – a grand total of some 65 discs – contains previously released as well as new material, in volumes of 4-6 discs sorted by genre.
The Brass Septet Imperial - Jean Sibelius, Complete Works for Brass Septet (2015)

The Brass Septet Imperial - Jean Sibelius, Complete Works for Brass Septet (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 153.37 Mb | 32:46 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Pilfink (JJVCD-152)

The Brass Septet Imperial is a Finnish ensemble. Its mission is to honour and revitalise the old Finnish brass septet traditions and at the same time to raise traditional septet playing to the highest artistic standard. Its members are all among the finest masters of their instruments in Finland. The Septet is modelled on the time-honoured Brass Septet Imperial of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra familiar to radio listeners for decades. Its repertoire consists of classic works for this line-up and quality transcriptions. The ensemble also actively seeks out new music for brass septet and commissions works for this collection of instruments. This debut disc, Punaiset ja valkoiset laulut (which literally means ‘Red and White Songs’) of songs across the political divide, presents an interesting selection of both original arrangements for Finnish brass septet arranged roughly a century ago and also brand-new septet arrangements of these traditional works.
Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 5 - Havard Gimse (2004) {Naxos 8.555853}

Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 5 - Håvard Gimse (2004) {Naxos 8.555853}
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© 2004 Naxos | 8.555853
Classical / Late Romantic / Early Modern / Piano

All the pieces recorded here come from the 1920s, the period of the Sixth and Seventh Symphonies, and are rarities. Among the finest are the Five Sketches, which come from the very end of the decade and more among Sibelius’s last published works. They may be slight but they are highly individual and hive great finesse. The Village Church from Op. 103 has overtones of the Andante festivo for strings, and The Oarsman seems to ruminate on ideas in the Seventh Symphony. Sibelius’s piano-writing may have evoked little enthusiasm during his lifetime and it is true that, by the exalted standards he set elsewhere, it is limited in resource and scale. But pieces like In Mournful Mood and Landscape from Op. 114 are curiously haunting. So is the rest of the Op. 114 set, and its neglect has been our loss.
Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 4 - Havard Gimse (2003) {Naxos 8.555363}

Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 4 - Håvard Gimse (2003) {Naxos 8.555363}
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© 2003 Naxos / HNH International | 8.555363
Classical / Late Romantic / Early Modern / Piano

Gimse delivers very attractive readings that are warm, poetic and user-friendly. Actually, you won't find more affectionate performances on disc…. each piece is expertly constructed with engrossing melodies and rhythms that are not soon forgotten… With little exception, these pieces are among Sibelius's most enjoyable. They flow beautifully and express human urges, regret and triumph. Sibelius also injects a delightful improvisation into a few of the works… Gimse continues to offer excellent readings with an enticing blend of warmth and mystery…These are absolute gems that retain my attention after many hearings…For those who remain interested in Sibelius piano discs, Gimse's Naxos series is a fine choice. The price tag is low, and he offers affectionate interpretations in rich and clear sound.
Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 3 - Havard Gimse (2001) {Naxos 8.554814}

Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 3 - Håvard Gimse (2001) {Naxos 8.554814}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 170 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 142 Mb
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© 2001 Naxos / HNH International | 8.554814
Classical / Late Romantic / Early Modern / Piano

The Ten Pieces of Op. 58 date from 1909, the year of the String Quartet (Voces intimae). They are delightful and by no means just trivial. Each has its own sobriquet and shows real keyboard character. The final rather solemn Summer Song is memorable, as is the wistful mood of the first of the Two Rondinos, written two years later; the second sparkles most pianistically. The three Sonatinas, written together in the summer of 1912, are also full of charming ideas, giving the impressions of a composer relaxing in holiday mood. Håvard Gimse plays all this music freshly, and this Naxos disc more than bears out the promise of its companions.
Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 2 - Havard Gimse (2000) {Naxos 8.554808}

Jean Sibelius - Piano Music Vol. 2 - Håvard Gimse (2000) {Naxos 8.554808}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 187 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 149 Mb
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© 2000 Naxos / HNH International | 8.554808
Classical / Late Romantic / Early Modern / Piano

The Norwegian pianist Håvard Gimse here includes two important sets of the piano pieces, Opp. 34 and 40, and the 6 Finnish Folk Songs, fifth of which, Fratricide, is slightly Bartókian. Sibelius’s contemporary and countryman Selim Palmgren put it perfectly when he wrote that ‘even in what for him were alien regions, [Sibelius] moves with an unfailing responsiveness to tone colour’, and Gimse brings finesse and distinction to this repertoire. This and the companion disc are first recommendations.