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Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Jean Sibelius - Symphonic Poem 'Finlandia', Op. 26

So the view count for the Dusek symphony suggests that my audience have either forgotten about Court In The Act or don't give a shit about classical. TOO FUCKING BAD. This is another beautiful piece of classical music, in a somewhat more stylistically simple manner than most classical. Particularly towards the latter half of the piece, there is a repeated gallant motif which sounds quite appropriate for a 'symphonic poem' - certainly major key, it counteracts the relatively moody beginning of the piece rather well. Again, this piece is rather bombastic, but this is typical of the later Romantic period that Sibelius played a rather key part in. Indeed, Sibelius' music is so beautiful that they named a compositional program after him. This is one of the pieces of classical music that simply must be heard in one's life.

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