Leevi Madetoja

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In the generation that followed Jean Sibelius, the versatile Leevi Madetoja was easily among the most important Finnish composers. Like Sibelius, Madetoja composed symphonies that helped define his stature:…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
The Ostrobothnians suite, Op. 52 Orchestral
Symphony No. 3 in A major, Op. 55 1926 Symphony
Okon Fuoko, suite No. 1 from the ballet, Op. 58 1930 Orchestral Ballet
Symphony No. 1 in F major, Op. 29 1915 Symphony
Symphony No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 35 1917 Symphony
Lyrical Songs (6) for chorus, Op. 13 Choral
Comedy Overture, for orchestra, Op. 53 1923 Orchestral
De Profundis, for male chorus, Op. 56 1925 Choral
Arkihuolesi kaikki heitä (Cast Off Thy Everyday Cares), song, Op. 20b/5 Vocal Music
Syksy-sarja (Autumn Song Cycle), for voice & piano, Op. 68 Vocal Music
Kuusi Pianokappaletta (Six Pieces for Piano), Op. 12 1912 Keyboard
Elegia, song for male chorus, Op. 62/1 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Kullervo, symphonic poem, Op. 15 Orchestral
Yrtit tummat (Dark Hued Leaves), for voice & piano (or orchestra), Op. 9/1 Vocal Music
Luulit, ma katselin sua (You thought I was watching you), for voice & piano, Op. 68/3 Vocal Music
Symphonic Suite, Op. 4 1910 Orchestral
Pohjalaisia (Ostrobothnians), opera, Op. 45 1923 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Hopes & Dreams, for chorus, Op. 50 Choral
Suite from the play Chess, for orchestra, Op. 5 Orchestral
Kehtolaulu (Lullaby), for voice & piano, Op. 16/3 Vocal Music
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