Toivo Kuula

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Finnish composer Toivo Kuula was born in Alavus, Vaasa, Finland, on July 7, 1883. He showed talent early on but did not begin serious studies until 1900, when he enrolled at the Helsinki Music Institute.…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Aamulaulu (Morning Song), for voice & piano, Op. 2/3 Vocal Music
Syystunnelma (Autumn mood), for voice & piano, Op. 2/1 Vocal Music
Tuijotin tulehen kauan (Long I Stared into the Fire), for voice & piano, Op. 2/2 Vocal Music
South Ostrobothnian Folk Songs, for voice & piano No. 2, Op. 17b 1909 Vocal Music
Purjein kuutamolla (Sailing in the Moonlight), for voice & piano, Op. 31a/1 1917 Vocal Music
Sinipiika (The Forest Maid), for voice & piano, Op. 23/1 Vocal Music
Kesäyö kirkkomaalla (Summer Night in the Churchyard), for voice & piano, Op. 6/1 Vocal Music
Jääkukkia (Ice Flowers), for voice & piano, Op. 24/2 1913 Vocal Music
Ave Maria, for voice & piano, Op. 23/2 Vocal Music
Epilogi (Epilogue), for voice & piano, Op. 6/2 Vocal Music
Suutelo (The Kiss), for voice & piano, Op. 8/1 Vocal Music
Tule armaani (Come, My Love), for voice & piano, Op. 29a/1 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sinikan laulu (Sinikka's Song), for voice & piano, Op.16a/1 Vocal Music
Marjatan laulu (Marjatta's Song), Op. 8/2 Vocal Music
Siell' on kauan jo kukkineet omenapuut (Yonder the Apple Trees are Blooming), for chours, Op. 11/1 1908 Choral
Yö (Night), for voice & piano, Op. 22/3 Vocal Music
Auringon noustessa, for chorus (At sunrise), Op. 11/2 1910 Choral
Vanha syyslaulu (Old Autumn Song), for voice & piano, Op. 24/3 1913 Vocal Music
Meren virsi (The Song of the Sea), for chorus, Op. 11/2 1909 Choral
Nuku (Sleep), for chorus 1904 Choral
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