Music from Finland; 32
Music. From. My. Classical contemporary and folk music from most of it is festival of 1965 and the 50th anniversary of Finnish independence celebration of 1967. In a series revealing some of the current musical activity in Finland. This third series of programs of music from Finland is based on recordings supplied by the Finnish Broadcasting Company for production by the University of Michigan. In one thousand of Levon Adim at a condo produced a small scale opera in which he employed the device of a tonality. This is probably the first such example by recognized Finnish composer and to say that it shook the very foundations of Finnish musical tradition is indeed putting it mildly. Even in the one thousand twenty as medic Kontos atonal music was so shocking that it was virtually ignored. Today however just the opposite is true. The tone poem we are about to hear pan is described by a Finnish critic as representing the wildest and most attractive music ever played by a Finnish orchestra. Every crowd
involved now conducts the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra in a performance of automatic Antos tone poem. Pan. When. You.
That was the tone poem panned by Army medic Kondo continuing today's programme of orchestral music. We will hear an excerpt from the Symphony Number three by I know Johann a rotavirus wrote of are born in one thousand twenty eight is one of the very few Finnish musicians to have studied composition in the United States at Tanglewood under Copeland persecutee and sessions in 1054 with his composition A Requiem in our time. He won first prize in competitions sponsored by the American regarde foundation. Here now is the Adagio from the Symphony Number three by I know you honey are out of are out of a bad loan conducts the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Adagio from the Symphony Number three by. I know your honey are out. Or no Kami is remembered as the first Finnish composer for home a period of study in Paris was a decisive influence in his piano concerto. Tommy according to finnish critics is said to have brought the idea of the city into Finnish music which here the do it been oriented almost exclusively towards the countryside. There is no doubt that in his opening Tommy introduced the glittering Viennese concert waltz into Finnish music. US Eric folks that conducts the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra in a performance of open road by 1:00 May. You're.
- Music from Finland
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- Finnish Broadcasting Company
- University of Michigan
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- University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
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- Music from Finland is a series of programs focused on classical, contemporary, and folk music from two musical events in Finland; the Sibelius Festival of 1965 and the 50th Anniversary of Finnish Independence Celebration of 1967. The series is based on recordings from the Finnish Broadcasting Company for production by the University of Michigan, and was distributed by the National Educational Radio Network.
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Host: Burrows, Ed
Producing Organization: Finnish Broadcasting Company
Producing Organization: University of Michigan
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University of Maryland
Identifier: 69-7-32 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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