With preface by Fabian Dahlstroem. Introduction and notes by the editor. Eight facsimile plates and critical commentary.
Introduction and 25 contributions. Since mid-century much new information has come to light and has changed profoundly the understanding of the man and his work. The Sibelius Companion represents the most advanced Sibelius research. Chronological works list, bibliography, indexes.
Reprint of this biography of Sibelius, which had been unavailable for several years. With a preface, introduction, epilogue, works list, suggestions for futher reading, discography, index, and black & white photos.
Pamphlet-sized list of works by Sibelius.
The YL Male Voice Choir performs the choral music of Sibelius. With the Lahti Symphony Orchestra.
A collection of orchestral pieces by Sibelius, mostly of a more serious nature. With Marko Ylonen, cello; Jaakko Kuusisto, violin; and the Lahti Symphony Orchestra.
Two discs of music by Jean Sibelius, David Lefkowitz, Kaija Saariaho, Diego Schissi, and Lotta Wennakoski.
A German-language survey of the life and music of the great Finnish composer Sibelius. Includes an index and many black & white photos.
Contents: Karelia Suite; The Wood-Nymph; The Swan of Tuonela; Lemminkäinen's Return; Spring Song; Valse Triste; Scene with Cranes; Finlandia. With the Lahti Symphony Orchestra. SACD.
Two CDs of orchestral music by Sibelius, including Finlandia, the Violin Concerto in D major, and other shorter works. With the Lahti Symphony Orchestra.
This book is a survey of the life and work of Sibelius, and the role he played in the rise of nationalism and patriotism in Finland. With a preface, introduction, chronology, works list, bibliography, and index. Black & white photos and plates.
24 music examples, bibliography, index.
This acclaimed study of the life and music of Sibelius was first published in German in 2007. The author places the work of Sibelius in the historical and social context of his times. With a preface, chronology, catalog of works, bibliography, and indices. 41 illustrations.
The author studies the music of 20th century Finnish composers such as Erik Bergman, Joonas Kokkonen, Einojuhani Rautvaaram, Kaija Saariaho and others. With a preface, bibliography, index and music examples.
The Engegard Quartet plays music by three Scandinavian composers.
Gräsback plays 31 pieces by Sibelius on the piano in the composer's own home.
This set features orchestral music which Sibelius composed for plays. Includes world premiere recordings and previously unreleased recordings. Various artists.