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Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Men's Chorus: Sibelius - Kullervo   

Song NameComposer
IntroductionJean Sibelius
Kullervo's YouthJean Sibelius
Kullervo's And His SisterJean Sibelius
Kullervo Goes To BattleJean Sibelius
Kullervo's DeathJean Sibelius

Directed by Robert Spano

Kullervo, the five-movement narrative symphony composed by Jean Sibelius at the age of 25 was based on a story from the Kalevala, the mythic history of the ancient Finns, and from the moment of its 1892 premiere in Helsinki - conducted by Sibelius - Kullervo, became a symbol of Finnish nationalism, and the composer became a national hero. The 80-minute work, performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the men from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, with baritone Nathan Gunn and mezzo-soprano Charlotte Hellekant, was conducted by ASO Music Director Robert Spano and recorded at the Woodruff Arts Center .

Item code: 8531C | 1 CD | $15.95 ON SALE $4.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Mixed | United States
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