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Jean Sibelius

8 dec 1865 (Hämeenlinna) - 20 sep 1957 (Ainola)
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  • Sibelius Pages - An extensively illustrated account of the composer's life divided into chapters on individual pages from the Sibelius Museum.
  • Sibelius: Finland's Voice in the World - Biography topics include Finnish inspiration, patriotism as art, setbacks, greatness from a bleak setting, growing isolation, Anglo-Saxon admiration. Also an interview in WAV and RAM audio formats.
  • Ainola: The Home of Jean Sibelius - Presentation on the woodland house he moved to with his wife by Professor Irmeli Niemi.
  • Classical Archives: Jean Sibelius - Biography, complete files offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.
  • Famous Finns: Jean Sibelius - Short biography emphasizing major works.
  • Naxos: Sibelius, Jean - Brief biography and caricature with summaries of stage works and orchestral and chamber music with recommended recordings.
  • Sibelius, Jean (1865 - 1957), Finland - Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.

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