Sibelius, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Symphony No. 1 / Karelia Overture & Suite / Finlandia album flac
|Symphony No. 1 In E Minor, Op. 39|
|A1||Andante, Ma Non Troppo; Allegro Energico|
|A2||Andante, Ma Non Troppo|
|A4||Finale: Quasi Una Fantasia|
|B1||Overture, Op. 10|
|Suite, Op. 11|
|B5||Finlandia, Op. 26|
- Conductor – Jukka-Pekka Saraste
- Orchestra – Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra*
- Producer, Engineer – Brian Culverhouse (tracks: Brian B. Culverhouse)
NotesTrack B5 not listed on the center sticker.
|RD87765||Sibelius*, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Jukka-Pekka Saraste||Sibelius*, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Symphony No. 1 / Karelia Overture And Suite / Finlandia (CD, Album)||RCA Victor Red Seal||RD87765||Germany||1988|
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COMPOSER: Jean Sibelius. ORCHESTRA: Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. CONDUCTOR: JukkaPekka Saraste. More from this artist.
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