On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Aulis Sallinen releases. Chamber Music II, String Quartet III, Quattro Per Quattro, Elegy For Sebastian Knight. Release title: Aulis Sallinen - Chamber Music II, String Quartet III, Quattro Per Quattro, Elegy For Sebastian Knight. Photo of Aulis Sallinen - Chamber Music II, String Quartet III, Quattro Per Quattro, Elegy For Sebastian Knight. More albums of Aulis Sallinen: Sinfonia - Chorali - Sinfonia III. String Quartets. A1. Chamber Music II For Alto Flute And String Orchestra Op. 41 (1976). Find music audio mp3 or zip. mp3 or zip. 12:24. A2. String Quartet No. 3 Op. 19 (1969).
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From the face of it, Aulis Sallinen's interest in composing chamber music drops off precipitously in the mid-'80s as his symphonies and operas began to take hold in the international market. This would be a pity if it were entirely true, as it was through the chamber music medium that Sallinen made his initial reputation through such masterpieces as the String Quartets No. 3 ("Some Aspects of Peltoniemi Hintrik's Funeral March"), No. 4 ("Quiet Songs"), and the cello solo Elegy for Sebastian Knight. Arto Noras is cellist in this and in the classic Elegy for Sebastian Knight (1964), included as it proves the basis for Chamber Music IV Op. 76 ("Metamorphoses of Elegy for Sebastian Knight") (2000).
Chamber Music II, for alto flute &string orchestra, O. 1. Aulis Sallinen Composer. Quattro Per Quattro for flute, violin, cello & harpsichord, Op 12 Work. Quattro Per Quattro for flute, violin, cello & harpsichord, Op 12. 17:13. Chaconne, for organ Work.
Refund Policy, No DRM protection and pricing is per second. Extra material for download. Composer: Sallinen, Aulis. Chamber Music II, O. 1 (1976) for alto flute and string orchestra. USD. 03. Quattro per Quattro, O. 2 (1964-65). New Stockholm Chamber Orchestra. Bahr, Gunilla von. Harpsichord. Nordwall, Eva. Cello.
Artists Aulis Sallinen Chamber Musics III, IV, V Chamber Music IV, op. 79 "Metamorphoses of Elegy for Sebastian Knight". Chamber Music IV, op. 79 "Metamorphoses of Elegy for Sebastian Knight" Aulis Sallinen. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. Chamber Musics III, IV, V. 2006. 4. Top Songs Aulis Sallinen. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Chamber Music No. 4 for piano & string orchestra "Metamorphoses of the Elegy for Sebastian Knight", Op. 79 2. I. Allegro 3. II. Passacaglia (Tempo piu tranquillo) 4. III. Lento moderato 5. IV. Rondo interrotto. Meta4 String Quartet (VI) Antti Tikkanen, violin Minna Pensola, violin Atte Kilpeläinen, viola Tomas Djupsjöbacka, cello. Jyväskylä Sinfonia Ville Matvejeff, piano (IV) & conductor Ralf Gothóni, piano (V) & conductor (V, VIII). One of the internationally most well-known Finnish composers, AulisSallinen (b. 1935) celebrates his 80th birthday in 2015. As a tribute, Ondine is releasing the complete Chamber Music (I-VIII) series by the composer.
Chamber Music II, for alto flute and string orchestra Op. Dies Irae, for soprano, bass, male choir and orchestra, Op. 47 (1978). Shadows, prelude for orchestra, Op. 52 (1982). Quattro per quattro, Op. 12 (1965). 3 Some Aspects of Peltoniemi Hintrik's Funeral March, Op. Four Etudes for violin & piano, O. 1 (1970). On the 1998 Dave Matthews Band album Before These Crowded Streets, Kronos Quartet performed on the tracks Halloween and they also appeared on the 2007 Nine Inch Nails remix album, Year Zero Remixed doing a rendition of the track Another Version of the Truth. They also performed Lee Brooks score for the short film 2081, in 2009, the quartet contributed an acoustic version of Blind Willie Johnsons Dark Was the Night for the AIDS benefit album Dark Was the Night produced by the Red Hot Organization.
Publisher: Novello & Co. Printable Version. Chamber Music II (1976) - 14 Minutes. Orchestration: str. 7953. Chamber Music III (The Nocturnal Dances of Don Juanquixote), Op. 58 (1986) - 20 Minutes. Orchestration: str(min . Chamber Music IV (Metamorphoses of Elegy for Sebastian Knight) (2000) - 18 Minutes. Mistral Music - version for flute and string quartet (2008), 90a - 8 Minutes. Orchestration: fl/2vn.
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|A1||Chamber Music II For Alto Flute And String Orchestra Op. 41
Conductor – Okko KamuEnsemble – Stockholm Chamber Ensemble*Flute – Gunilla von Bahr
|A2||String Quartet No. 3 Op. 19
Ensemble – Voces Intimae
|B1||Quattro Per Quattro Op. 12
Cello – Veikko HöyläFlute, Alto Flute – Gunilla von BahrHarpsichord – Eva NordwallViolin – Ari Angervo
|B2||Elegy For Sebastian Knight Op. 10
Cello – Frank Helmerson
- Recorded At – Nacka Aula
- Pressed By – Teldec-Press GmbH
- Lacquer Cut At – Teldec-Press GmbH
- Designed At – Fredrikssons Fotosätteri
- Designed At – KåPe Grafiska, Stockholm
- Printed By – Offizin Paul Hartung
- Composed By – Aulis Sallinen
- Design, Layout – Robert von Bahr
- Edited By [Tape Editing] – Robert von Bahr
- Engineer [Recording] – Robert von Bahr
- Liner Notes – Aulis Sallinen
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – William Jewson
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Leo Rosenblüth
- Liner Notes [Swedish Translation] – Robert von Bahr
- Photography By – Kaija Harjanne, Okko Kamu, Robert von Bahr
- Producer – Robert von Bahr
NotesChamber Music II For Alto Flute And String Orchestra Op. 41 was composed in 1976.
String Quartet No. 3 Op. 19 was composed in 1969.
Quattro Per Quattro Op. 12 was composed in 1964-65.
Elegy For Sebastian Knight Op. 10 was composed in 1964.
All tracks recorded at Nacka Aula, Nacka, Sweden the following dates:
A1: August 21 & 22, 1976
A2: July 3, 1976
B1: June 28, 1976
B2: September 17, 1979
Recording plating, matrix, pressing: TELDEC, Hamburg & Nortoft, W. Germany
Setting: Fredriksson Sätterier, Stockholm
Repro: Kå-Pe Grafiska, Stockholm
Print: Offizin Paul Hartung, Haburg, W. Germany 1978
Made in W. Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: n©b
- Other (label A & B): 76.23 522
- Matrix / Runout (runout A): 76.23522-01-A Manufactured in Germany
- Matrix / Runout (runout B): 76.23522-01-2/2 S-II Manufactured in Germany