Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Overture in E major, JS 145
Jean Sibelius 11:30
2 Scène de ballet, JS 163
Jean Sibelius 8:47
3 Karelia, JS 115: Overture
Jean Sibelius 8:13
4 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 1: A Karelian home. News of War (1293)
Jean Sibelius 3:46
5 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 2: The founding of Viipuri Castle (1293)
Jean Sibelius 3:42
6 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 3: Narimont, the Duke of Lithuania, levying taxes in the providence of Käkisalmi (1333)
Jean Sibelius 1:28
7 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 3: Intermezzo I
Jean Sibelius 3:49
8 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 4: Karl Knutsson in Viipuri Castle, Ballade (1446)
Jean Sibelius 9:13
9 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 5: Pontus De la Gardie at the gates of Käkisalmi in 1580
Jean Sibelius 3:17
10 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 5: Intermezzo II
Jean Sibelius 4:12
11 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 6: The siege of Viipuri (1710)
Jean Sibelius 3:20
12 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 7: The reunion of Old Finland (Karelia) with the rest of Finland (1811)
Jean Sibelius 6:36
13 Karelia, JS 115: Tableau 8: Maamme-laulu / the Finnish national anthem
Jean Sibelius 2:54
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Karelia Overture, op. 10
Jean Sibelius 7:57
2 Karelia Suite, op. 11: I. Intermezzo
Jean Sibelius 3:31
3 Karelia Suite, op. 11: II. Ballade
Jean Sibelius 6:14
4 Karelia Suite, op. 11: III. Alla Marcia
Jean Sibelius 4:15
5 Impromptu
Jean Sibelius 7:43
6 Presto
Jean Sibelius 6:58
7 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Preludio
Jean Sibelius 3:53
8 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 1: Väinämöinen delights Nature, and the peoples of Kaleva and Pohjola, with his song
Jean Sibelius 3:48
9 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 2: The Finns are baptized
Jean Sibelius 8:18
10 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 3: Scene from Duke Johan's Court
Jean Sibelius 6:15
11 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 4: The Finns in the Thirty Years War (1618-48)
Jean Sibelius 5:08
12 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 5: The Great Hostility (1713-21)
Jean Sibelius 6:09
13 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Music played during the tableau
Jean Sibelius 0:33
14 Press Celebrations Music, JS 137: Tableau 6: Finland Awakes
Jean Sibelius 8:26
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Menuetto, JS 127
Jean Sibelius 5:18
2 Cantata for the Coronation of Nicholas II, JS 104: Coronation March
Jean Sibelius 2:16
3 Porilaisten marssi, JS 152
Jean Sibelius 2:22
4 Overture in A minor, JS 144
Jean Sibelius 9:26
5 Romance in C major, op. 42
Jean Sibelius 4:53
6 Cortège, JS 54
Jean Sibelius 5:50
7 Pan and Echo, op. 53
Jean Sibelius 4:14
8 Grevinnans konterfej, JS 88
Jean Sibelius 3:39
9 Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra, op. 47: I. Allegro moderato
Jean Sibelius 16:57
10 Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra, op. 47: II. Adagio di molto
Jean Sibelius 10:07
11 Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra, op. 47: III. Allegro, ma non tanta
Jean Sibelius 8:13
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Rakastava, op. 14: I. The Lover
Jean Sibelius 4:12
2 Rakastava, op. 14: II. The Path of His Beloved
Jean Sibelius 2:32
3 Rakastava, op. 14: III. Good Evening!.. Farewell!
Jean Sibelius 5:48
4 Fragments from a Suite for Orchestra: II. Tempo moderato
Jean Sibelius 2:46
5 Fragments from a Suite for Orchestra: III. Allegro
Jean Sibelius 4:43
6 Two Serenades: no. 1 in D major, op. 69a
Jean Sibelius 6:25
7 Two Serenades: no. 2 in G minor, op. 69b
Jean Sibelius 7:01
8 Two Serious Melodies, op. 77: no. 1: Cantique (Laetare anima mea)
Jean Sibelius 5:14
9 Two Serious Melodies, op. 77: no. 2: Devotion (Ab imo pectore)
Jean Sibelius 3:30
10 Six Humoresques: no. 1 in D minor, op. 87 no. 1
Jean Sibelius 3:27
11 Six Humoresques: no. 2 in D major, op. 87 no. 2
Jean Sibelius 2:20
12 Six Humoresques: no. 3 in G major, op. 89a
Jean Sibelius 4:12
13 Six Humoresques: no. 4 in G minor, op. 89b
Jean Sibelius 4:05
14 Six Humoresques: no. 5 in E-flat major, op. 89c
Jean Sibelius 3:10
15 Six Humoresques: no. 6 in G minor, op. 89d
Jean Sibelius 3:16
16 Promootiomarssi, JS 155
Jean Sibelius 6:08
17 Jääkärien marssi, op. 91a
Jean Sibelius 2:07
CD 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Three Pieces for Orchestra, op. 96: a. Valse lyrique
Jean Sibelius 4:13
2 Three Pieces for Orchestra, op. 96: b. Autrefois
Jean Sibelius 5:37
3 Three Pieces for Orchestra, op. 96: c. Valse chevaleresque
Jean Sibelius 4:13
4 Suite mignonne, op. 98a: I. Petite scène
Jean Sibelius 2:02
5 Suite mignonne, op. 98a: II. Polka
Jean Sibelius 1:54
6 Suite mignonne, op. 98a: III. Épilogue
Jean Sibelius 1:59
7 Suite champêtre, op. 98b: I. Pièce caractérique
Jean Sibelius 2:12
8 Suite champêtre, op. 98b: II. Mélodie élégiaque
Jean Sibelius 3:31
9 Suite champêtre, op. 98b: III. Danse
Jean Sibelius 1:56
10 Suite caractèrique, op. 100: I. Vivo
Jean Sibelius 1:28
11 Suite caractèrique, op. 100: II. Lento
Jean Sibelius 1:49
12 Suite caractèrique, op. 100: III. Comodo
Jean Sibelius 1:49
13 Morceau romantique, JS 135a
Jean Sibelius 2:06
14 Suite for Violin and String Orchestra, JS 185: I. Country Scenery.
Jean Sibelius 2:06
15 Suite for Violin and String Orchestra, JS 185: II. Serenade. Evening in Spring.
Jean Sibelius 2:56
16 Suite for Violin and String Orchestra, JS 185: III. In the Summer.
Jean Sibelius 2:01
17 Andante festivo, JS 34b
Jean Sibelius 5:19
18 Processional, op. 113 no. 6
Jean Sibelius 4:13
CD 6
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 from Karelia: Tableaux 7/8 with alternate version of Tableau 7
Jean Sibelius 6:10
2 from Karelia: Tableaux 7/8 with alternate version of Tableau 7
Jean Sibelius 2:26
3 Impromptu
Jean Sibelius 3:12
4 Concerto in D minor for Violin and Orchestra, op. 47: I. Allegro moderato
Jean Sibelius 19:35
5 Concerto in D minor for Violin and Orchestra, op. 47: II. Adagio di molto
Jean Sibelius 10:03
6 Concerto in D minor for Violin and Orchestra, op. 47: III. Allegro, ma non tanto
Jean Sibelius 9:54
7 Rakastava, op. 14: I. The Lover
Jean Sibelius 4:06
8 Rakastava, op. 14: II. The Beloved
Jean Sibelius 2:13
9 Rakastava, op. 14: III. Good Evening... Good Night!
Jean Sibelius 4:56
10 Two Serious Melodies, op. 77: no. 1 Cantique (Laetare anima mea)
Jean Sibelius 5:14
11 Two Serious Melodies, op. 77: no. 2 Devotion (Ab imo pectore)
Jean Sibelius 3:34
12 from Six Humoresques: no 1 in D minor, op. 87 no. 1
Jean Sibelius 3:41

Credits

CD 1

composed in:
Wien, Austria (1891) (tracks 1–2)
baritone vocals:
Raimo Laukka (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 8)
composer:
Jean Sibelius (1891) (tracks 1–2)
Jean Sibelius (1893) (tracks 3–13)
conductor:
Osmo Vänskä (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (tracks 3–13)
Osmo Vänskä (2004-01) (tracks 1–2)
orchestra:
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (tracks 3–13)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2004-01) (tracks 1–2)
other vocals [folk singer]:
Taito Hoffrén (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 4)
Heikki Laitinen (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 4)
producer:
Marion Schwebel (tracks 1–2)
Robert Suff (tracks 3–13)
solo horn:
Pertti Kuusi (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 8)
sound engineer:
Ingo Petry (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (tracks 3–13)
Thore Brinkmann (2004-01) (tracks 1–2)
premiered at:
Konsertti (1891-04-30) (track 2)
publisher:
Edition Fazer (tracks 1–2)
premiered at:
recorded at:
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (tracks 3–13)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2004-01) (tracks 1–2)
part of:
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 145) (track 1)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 163) (track 2)
part of:
Karelia Music, JS 115 (tracks 3–13)
partial recording of:
recording of:
Karelia Music, JS 115: Intermezzo I (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 7)
Karelia Music, JS 115: Intermezzo II (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 10)
Karelia Music, JS 115: Overture (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 3)
Karelia Music, JS 115: Tableau VI. The Siege of Vyborg (1997-09-08 – 1997-09-10) (track 11)
Overture in E major, JS 145 (2004-01) (track 1)
Scène de Ballet, JS 163 (2004-01) (track 2)

CD 2

composer:
Jean Sibelius (1893) (tracks 1–4)
Jean Sibelius (1893 – 1894) (track 5)
Jean Sibelius (1894) (track 6)
Jean Sibelius (1899) (tracks 7–14)
conductor:
Neeme Järvi (1982-10-25 – 1982-10-26) (track 1)
Neeme Järvi (1985-05-10) (track 5)
Osmo Vänskä (2000-01-11 – 2000-01-15) (tracks 7–14)
Osmo Vänskä (2004-08) (track 6)
Osmo Vänskä (2006-11) (tracks 2–4)
orchestra:
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (1982-10-25 – 1982-10-26) (track 1)
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (1985-05-10) (track 5)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2000-01-11 – 2000-01-15) (tracks 7–14)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2004-08) (track 6)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2006-11) (tracks 2–4)
producer:
Robert von Bahr (track 1)
Lennart Dehn (track 5)
Ingo Petry (track 6)
Robert Suff (tracks 2–4, 7–14)
sound engineer:
Michael Bergek (1982-10-25 – 1982-10-26) (track 1)
Michael Bergek (1985-05-10) (track 5)
Ingo Petry (2001-01-11 – 2001-01-15) (tracks 7–14)
Jens Braun (classical engineer) (2004-08) (track 6)
Hans Kipfer (2006-11) (tracks 2–4)
phonographic copyright by:
Grammofon AB BIS (1984) (track 1)
premiered at:
Helsingin Seurahuone (1833–1913) in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1893-11-13) (track 1)
Turun VPK:n talo in Turku, Varsinais-Suomi, Finland (1894-02-17) (tracks 5–6)
recorded at:
Göteborgs konserthus in Gothenburg, Västra Götaland, Sweden (1982-10-25 – 1982-10-26) (track 1)
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2000-01-11 – 2000-01-15) (track 14)
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2001-01-11 – 2001-01-15) (tracks 7–14)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2004-08) (track 6)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2006-11) (tracks 2–4)
part of:
Works of Jean Sibelius by opus number (number: op. 10) (track 1)
arrangement of:
6 Impromptus, op. 5 (for piano) (track 5)
arrangements:
Karelia-sarja, op. 11: I. Intermezzo (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Karelia-sarja, op. 11: II. Ballade (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Karelia-sarja, op. 11: III. Alla marcia (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
is the basis for:
Karelia Suite, op. 11: I. Intermezzo (for piano) (track 2)
Karelia Suite, op. 11: II. Ballade (for piano) (track 3)
Karelia Suite, op. 11: III. Alla Marcia (for piano, arr. Otto Taubman) (track 4)
later versions:
Finlandia, op. 26 (for orchestra) (track 14)
part of:
Karelia-sarja, op. 11 (tracks 2–4)
recording of:
Karelia Overture, op. 10 (1982-10-25 – 1982-10-26) (track 1)
Impromptu for String Orchestra, op. 5 (arrangement of the piano impromptus 5 and 6) (1985-05-10) (track 5)
Sanomalehdistön päivien musiikki, op. 25/26: I. Preludio (2000-01-11 – 2000-01-15) (track 7)
Presto, op. 4 (arr. for string orchestra) (2004-08) (track 6)
Karelia-sarja, op. 11: I. Intermezzo (for orchestra) (2006-11) (track 2)
Karelia-sarja, op. 11: II. Ballade (for orchestra) (2006-11) (track 3)
Karelia-sarja, op. 11: III. Alla marcia (for orchestra) (2006-11) (track 4)
revision of:
Impromptu for String Orchestra, op. 5 (1893 preliminary version) (track 5)
version of:

CD 3

premiered in:
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1894-10-23) (track 1)
Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden (1900-07-04) (track 3)
Turku, Varsinais-Suomi, Finland (1904-03-26) (track 5)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1905-04-30) (track 6)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1906-03-24) (track 7)
Vaasa, Pohjanmaa, Finland (1907-01-06) (track 8)
violin:
Leonidas Kavakos (1990-11-19 – 1990-11-21) (tracks 9–11)
arranger:
Jean Sibelius (track 2)
Jean Sibelius (1900) (track 3)
balance engineer:
Ingo Petry (1995-05-08) (track 8)
composer:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 3)
Jean Sibelius (1894) (track 1)
Jean Sibelius (1896) (track 2)
Jean Sibelius (1902) (track 4)
Jean Sibelius (1903 – 1905) (tracks 9–11)
Jean Sibelius (1904) (track 5)
Jean Sibelius (1905) (track 6)
Jean Sibelius (1906) (tracks 7–8)
conductor:
Osmo Vänskä (1990-11-19 – 1990-11-21) (tracks 9–11)
Osmo Vänskä (1995-05-08) (track 8)
Osmo Vänskä (2002-01) (track 4)
Osmo Vänskä (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (tracks 2–3, 6)
Osmo Vänskä (2004-01) (track 7)
Osmo Vänskä (2005-01) (tracks 1, 5)
lyricist:
Zacharias Topelius (track 8)
orchestra:
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (1990-11-19 – 1990-11-21) (tracks 9–11)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (1995-05-08) (track 8)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2002-01) (track 4)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (tracks 2–3, 6)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2004-01) (track 7)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2005-01) (tracks 1, 5)
producer:
Robert von Bahr (tracks 9–11)
Marion Schwebel (tracks 1, 5, 7)
Robert Suff (tracks 2–4, 6, 8)
sound engineer:
Robert von Bahr (1990-11-19 – 1990-11-21) (tracks 9–11)
Hans Kipfer (2002-01) (track 4)
Hans Kipfer (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (tracks 2–3, 6)
Thore Brinkmann (2004-01) (track 7)
Uli Schneider (producer/engineer) (2005-01) (tracks 1, 5)
premiered at:
[concert] (1904-03-26) (track 5)
[concert] (1902-03-08) (track 4)
publisher:
Schlesinger (1906) (track 7)
Breitkopf & Härtel (1909) (track 5)
premiered at:
recorded at:
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (1991-11-19 – 1991-11-21) (tracks 9–11)
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (1995-05-08) (track 8)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2002-01) (track 4)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (tracks 2–3, 6)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2004-01) (track 7)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2005-01) (tracks 1, 5)
part of:
Works of Jean Sibelius by opus number (number: op. 42) (track 5)
Works of Jean Sibelius by opus number (number: op. 53) (track 7)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 54) (track 6)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 88) (track 8)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 127) (track 1)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 144) (track 4)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 152) (track 3)
arrangement of:
Porilaisten marssi (track 3)
arrangements:
Pan och eko, op. 53a (for piano) (track 7)
Romance in C major, op. 42 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: I. Allegro moderato (transcribed for violin and piano) (track 9)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: II. Adagio di molto (transcribed for violin and piano) (track 10)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: III. Allegro, ma non tanto (transcribed for violin and piano) (track 11)
part of:
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47 (movement) (tracks 9–11)
recording of:
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: I. Allegro moderato (1990-11-19 – 1990-11-21) (track 9)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: II. Adagio di molto (1990-11-19 – 1990-11-21) (track 10)
Grevinnans konterfej, JS 88 (for narrator and string orchestra) (1995-05-08) (track 8)
Overture in A minor, JS 144 (2002-01) (track 4)
Coronation Cantata, JS 104 (for orchestra) (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (track 2)
Cortège, JS 54 (for orchestra) (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (track 6)
Porilaisten marssi, JS 152 (for orchestra, arr. Sibelius) (2002-01-04 – 2002-01-11) (track 3)
Pan och eko, op. 53a (for orchestra) (2004-01) (track 7)
Menuetto, JS 127 (for orchestra) (2005-01) (track 1)
Romance in C major, op. 42 (for string orchestra) (2005-01) (track 5)
version of:
Coronation Cantata, JS 104 (for mixed choir and orchestra) (track 2)

CD 4

premiered in:
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1912-03-16) (track 1)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1916-03-30) (tracks 8–9)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1919-05-31) (track 16)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1919-11-24) (tracks 11–15)
violin:
Jaakko Kuusisto (2002-05) (tracks 1–3)
cello:
Ilkka Pälli (cellist) (2002-05) (tracks 1–3)
arranger:
Jean Sibelius (1918) (track 17)
composer:
Jean Sibelius (1912) (tracks 1–3, 6)
Jean Sibelius (1913) (track 7)
Jean Sibelius (1914) (tracks 4–5, 8)
Jean Sibelius (1915) (track 9)
Jean Sibelius (1917) (tracks 10–14, 17)
Jean Sibelius (1918) (track 15)
Jean Sibelius (1919) (track 16)
conductor:
Neeme Järvi (1985-09-13 – 1985-09-14) (track 16)
Neeme Järvi (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (tracks 6–15)
Osmo Vänskä (2000-01) (track 17)
Osmo Vänskä (2002-05) (tracks 1–3)
Osmo Vänskä (2003-01-02 – 2003-01-03) (tracks 4–5)
dedicated to:
Ossian Fohström (tracks 8–9)
lyricist:
Heikki Nurmio (track 17)
orchestra:
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (1985-09-13 – 1985-09-14) (track 16)
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (tracks 6–15)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2000-01) (track 17)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2002-05) (tracks 1–3)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2003-01-02 – 2003-01-03) (tracks 4–5)
producer:
Robert von Bahr (track 16)
Lennart Dehn (tracks 6–15)
Robert Suff (tracks 4–5, 17)
Ingo Petry (2002-05) (tracks 1–3)
revised by:
Jean Sibelius (1940) (track 10)
solo violin:
Dong-Suk Kang (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (tracks 6–15)
sound engineer:
Michael Bergek (1985-09-13 – 1985-09-14) (track 16)
Michael Bergek (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (tracks 6–15)
Ingo Petry (2000-01) (track 17)
Rita Hermeyer (2002-05) (tracks 1–3)
Ingo Petry (2003-01-02 – 2003-01-03) (tracks 4–5)
premiered at:
Sinfoniakonsertti (1916-03-30) (tracks 8–9)
Sinfoniakonsertti (1940-12-15) (track 10)
[concert] (1915-12-08) (tracks 6–7)
[concert] (1918-04-21) (track 17)
publisher:
Edition Wilhelm Hansen (1922) (tracks 8–9)
recorded at:
Göteborgs konserthus in Gothenburg, Västra Götaland, Sweden (1985-09-13 – 1985-09-14) (track 16)
Göteborgs konserthus in Gothenburg, Västra Götaland, Sweden (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (tracks 6–15)
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2000-01) (track 17)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2003-01-02 – 2003-01-03) (tracks 4–5)
part of:
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 155) (track 16)
arrangement of:
Jääkärien marssi, op. 91a (for male choir and piano or piano only) (track 17)
arrangements:
Humoresque no. 1 in D minor, op. 87 no. 1 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
later versions:
Cantique (Laetare anima mea), op. 77 no. 1 (for cello and piano) (track 8)
Cantique (Laetare anima mea), op. 77 no. 1 (for harp, cello and organ, arr. [unknown]) (track 8)
Devotion (Ab imo pectore), op. 77 no. 2 (for cello and piano) (track 9)
Devotion (Ab imo pectore), op. 77 no. 2 (for harp, cello and organ, arr. [unknown]) (track 9)
part of:
2 Humoresques, op. 87 (tracks 10–11)
2 Pieces, op. 77 (for violin or cello and orchestra) (part of collection) (tracks 8–9)
2 Serenades, op. 69 (for violin and orchestra) (tracks 6–7)
Rakastava, op. 14 (for timpani, triangle and string orchestra) (tracks 1–3)
4 Humoresques, op. 89 (tracks 12–15)
recording of:
Promootiomarssi, JS 155 (Academic March) (1985-09-13 – 1985-09-14) (track 16)
Cantique (Laetare anima mea), op. 77 no. 1 (violin or cello and orchestra) (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 8)
Devotion (Ab imo pectore), op. 77 no. 2 (violin or cello and orchestra) (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 9)
Humoresque no. 1 in D minor, op. 87 no. 1 (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 10)
Humoresque no. 2 in D major, op. 87 no. 2 (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 11)
Humoresque no. 3 in G minor, op. 89 no. 1 (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 12)
Humoresque no. 4 in G minor, op. 89 no. 2: Andantino (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 13)
Humoresque no. 5 in E-flat, op. 89 no. 3 (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 14)
Humoresque no. 6 in G minor, op. 89 no. 4: Allegro (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 15)
Serenade in D major, op. 69 no. 1 (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 6)
Serenade in G minor, op. 69 no. 2 (1989-08-24 – 1989-08-25) (track 7)
Jääkärien marssi, op. 91a (for male choir and orchestra) (2000-01) (track 17)
Rakastava, op. 14: I. Rakastava (for timpani, triangle and string orchestra) (2002-05) (track 1)
Rakastava, op. 14: II. Rakastetun tie (for timpani, triangle and string orchestra) (2002-05) (track 2)
Rakastava, op. 14: III. Hyvää iltaa ... Jää hyvästi (for timpani, triangle and string orchestra) (2002-05) (track 3)
revision of:
Six Humoresques: no 1 in D minor, op. 87 no. 1 (1917 original version) (track 10)

CD 5

premiered in:
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1919-12-01) (track 2)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1922-04-06) (track 1)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1923-02-19) (track 3)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1939-01-01) (track 17)
clarinet:
Matti Rouvali (2004-01) (track 2)
Tuulia Ylönen (2004-01) (track 2)
violin:
Dong-Suk Kang (1992-04-06 – 1992-04-11) (tracks 14–16)
Jaakko Kuusisto (2005-01) (tracks 7–9)
flute:
Ilmo Joensivu (2005-01) (tracks 4–6)
Outi Viitaniemi (2005-01) (tracks 4–6)
harp:
Leena Saarenpää (2005-01) (tracks 10–12)
arranger:
Jean Sibelius (1921 – 1922) (track 3)
composer:
Jean Sibelius (1914 – 1920) (track 1)
Jean Sibelius (1919) (track 2)
Jean Sibelius (1921) (tracks 3–6)
Jean Sibelius (1922) (tracks 10–12)
Jean Sibelius (1923) (tracks 7–9)
Jean Sibelius (1925) (track 13)
Jean Sibelius (1927) (track 18)
Jean Sibelius (1929) (tracks 14–16)
Jean Sibelius (1938) (track 17)
conductor:
Osmo Vänskä (1992-04-06 – 1992-04-11) (tracks 14–16)
Osmo Vänskä (2002-05-29) (track 13)
Osmo Vänskä (2003-01) (track 17)
Osmo Vänskä (2004-01) (tracks 1–3)
Osmo Vänskä (2004-08) (track 18)
Osmo Vänskä (2005-01) (tracks 4–12)
lyricist:
Hjalmar Procopé (track 2)
orchestra:
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (1992-04-06 – 1992-04-11) (tracks 14–16)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2002-05-29) (track 13)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2003-01) (track 17)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2004-01) (tracks 1–3)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2004-08) (track 18)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2005-01) (tracks 4–12)
orchestrator:
Jean Sibelius (1938) (track 18)
producer:
Robert von Bahr (tracks 14–16)
Ingo Petry (track 18)
Marion Schwebel (tracks 1–12)
Robert Suff (track 17)
Ingo Petry (2002-05-29) (track 13)
revised by:
Jean Sibelius (1920) (track 2)
sound engineer:
Robert von Bahr (1992-04-06 – 1992-04-11) (tracks 14–16)
Rita Hermeyer (2002-05-29) (track 13)
Ingo Petry (2003-01) (track 17)
Thore Brinkmann (2004-01) (tracks 1–3)
Jens Braun (classical engineer) (2004-08) (track 18)
Uli Schneider (producer/engineer) (2005-01) (tracks 4–12)
publisher:
Edition Wilhelm Hansen (1919) (track 2)
Edition Wilhelm Hansen (1921) (tracks 1, 3)
recorded at:
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (1992-04-06 – 1992-04-11) (tracks 14–16)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2002-05-29) (track 13)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2003-01) (track 17)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2004-01) (tracks 1–3)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2004-08) (track 18)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2005-01) (tracks 4–12)
part of:
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 34b) (track 17)
Sibelius-Werkverzeichnis (number: JS 135a) (track 13)
arrangement of:
Valse chevaleresque, op. 96c (for piano) (track 3)
Valse lyrique, op. 96a (for piano) (track 1)
arrangements:
Andante festivo, JS 34a (string quartet) (track 17)
Autrefois, op. 96b (for 2 voices and piano) (track 2)
Suite mignonne, op. 98a: II. Polka (for piano) (track 5)
part of:
Suite caractéristique, op. 100 (for harp and strings) (tracks 10–12)
Suite champêtre, op. 98b (for string orchestra) (tracks 7–9)
Suite mignonne, op. 98a (for two flutes and strings) (tracks 4–6)
parts:
recording of:
Morceau romantique sur un motif de M. Jacob de Julin, JS 135a (for chamber orchestra) (2002-05-29) (track 13)
Andante festivo, JS 34b (string orchestra and timpani) (2003-01) (track 17)
Autrefois, op. 96b (for 2 voices and orchestra) (2004-01) (track 2)
Valse chevaleresque, op. 96c (for orchestra) (2004-01) (track 3)
Valse lyrique, op. 96a (for orchestra) (2004-01) (track 1)
Processional, op. 113 no. 6 (for orchestra) (2004-08) (track 18)
Suite caractéristique, op. 100: I. Vivo (for harp and strings) (2005-01) (track 10)
Suite caractéristique, op. 100: II. Lento (for harp and strings) (2005-01) (track 11)
Suite caractéristique, op. 100: III. Comodo (for harp and strings) (2005-01) (track 12)
Suite champêtre, op. 98b: I. Pièce caractéristique (for string orchestra) (2005-01) (track 7)
Suite champêtre, op. 98b: II. Melodie élégiaque (for string orchestra) (2005-01) (track 8)
Suite champêtre, op. 98b: III. Danse (for string orchestra) (2005-01) (track 9)
Suite mignonne, op. 98a: I. Petite scène (for two flutes and strings) (2005-01) (track 4)
Suite mignonne, op. 98a: II. Polka (for two flutes and strings) (2005-01) (track 5)
Suite mignonne, op. 98a: III. Épilogue (for two flutes and strings) (2005-01) (track 6)

CD 6

premiered in:
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1916-03-30) (tracks 10–11)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1919-11-24) (track 12)
violin:
Leonidas Kavakos (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (tracks 4–6)
Jaakko Kuusisto (2005-01) (track 12)
Jaakko Kuusisto (2008-05) (tracks 7–9)
cello:
Marko Ylönen (2004-08) (tracks 10–11)
Ilkka Pälli (cellist) (2008-05) (tracks 7–9)
composer:
Jean Sibelius (1893) (track 3)
Jean Sibelius (1894) (tracks 7–9)
Jean Sibelius (1902 – 1904) (tracks 4–6)
Jean Sibelius (1911) (tracks 7–9)
Jean Sibelius (1914) (track 10)
Jean Sibelius (1915) (track 11)
Jean Sibelius (1917) (track 12)
conductor:
Osmo Vänskä (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (tracks 4–6)
Osmo Vänskä (2004-08) (tracks 10–11)
Osmo Vänskä (2005-01) (track 12)
Osmo Vänskä (2008-05) (tracks 7–9)
Jaakko Kuusisto (2009-01) (tracks 1–3)
dedicated to:
Ossian Fohström (tracks 10–11)
orchestra:
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (tracks 4–6)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2004-08) (tracks 10–11)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2005-01) (track 12)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2008-05) (tracks 7–9)
Lahti Symphony Orchestra (2009-01) (tracks 1–3)
producer:
Robert von Bahr (tracks 4–6)
Ingo Petry (tracks 1–3, 10–11)
Marion Schwebel (track 12)
Robert Suff (tracks 7–9)
sound engineer:
Robert von Bahr (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (tracks 4–6)
Jens Braun (classical engineer) (2004-08) (tracks 10–11)
Uli Schneider (producer/engineer) (2005-01) (track 12)
Ingo Petry (2008-05) (tracks 7–9)
Uli Schneider (producer/engineer) (2009-01) (tracks 1–3)
premiered at:
Sinfoniakonsertti (1916-03-30) (tracks 10–11)
publisher:
Edition Wilhelm Hansen (1922) (tracks 10–11)
recorded at:
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (tracks 4–6)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2004-08) (tracks 10–11)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2005-01) (track 12)
Sibeliustalo in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2008-05) (tracks 7–9)
Ristinkirkko in Lahti, Päijät-Häme, Finland (2009-01) (tracks 1–3)
has revision:
Impromptu for String Orchestra, op. 5 (arrangement of the piano impromptus 5 and 6) (track 3)
later versions:
Cantique (Laetare anima mea), op. 77 no. 1 (for cello and piano) (track 10)
Cantique (Laetare anima mea), op. 77 no. 1 (for harp, cello and organ, arr. [unknown]) (track 10)
Devotion (Ab imo pectore), op. 77 no. 2 (for cello and piano) (track 11)
Devotion (Ab imo pectore), op. 77 no. 2 (for harp, cello and organ, arr. [unknown]) (track 11)
part of:
2 Pieces, op. 77 (for violin or cello and orchestra) (part of collection) (tracks 10–11)
Rakastava, op. 14 (1911 Paris version for orchestra) (tracks 7–9)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47 (original 1903-04 version) (tracks 4–6)
recording of:
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: I. Allegro moderato (original 1903-04 version) (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (track 4)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: II. Adagio di molto (original 1903-04 version) (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (track 5)
Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47: III. Allegro. Ma non tanto (original 1903-04 version) (1991-01-07 – 1991-01-10) (track 6)
Cantique (Laetare anima mea), op. 77 no. 1 (violin or cello and orchestra) (2004-08) (track 10)
Devotion (Ab imo pectore), op. 77 no. 2 (violin or cello and orchestra) (2004-08) (track 11)
Six Humoresques: no 1 in D minor, op. 87 no. 1 (1917 original version) (2005-01) (track 12)
Rakastava, op. 14: I. Rakastava (1911 Paris version) (2008-05) (track 7)
Rakastava, op. 14: II. Rakastettu (1911 Paris version) (2008-05) (track 8)
Rakastava, op. 14: III. Hyvää iltaa ... hyvää yötä! (1911 Paris version) (2008-05) (track 9)
Impromptu for String Orchestra, op. 5 (1893 preliminary version) (2009-01) (track 3)

Release

part of: The Sibelius Edition (BIS) (number: 8)