Sibelius Piano Trio Korppoo Trio 180g 45rpm LP
Sibelius Piano Trio Korppoo Trio 180g 45rpm LP Sibelius Piano Trio Korppoo Trio 180g 45rpm LP
Genre: Classical
Label: Yarlung
Size: 12"
Composer: Jean Sibelius
Format: 45RPM,

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Sibelius Piano Trio Korppoo Trio 180g 45rpm LP

Sibelius Piano Trio

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SKU:
YARLP944228-45
UPC:
195999442280

45rpm 180g Vinyl LP!
Mastered by Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh!
Lacquers Cut by Bernie Grundman!

Executive producer: Jim Mulally

When you hear this trio play Sibelius, you'll understand why the Sibelius family granted Petteri, Juho and Samuli use of the composer's name. Jean Sibelius' piano trios were important to him personally. He wrote them in his youth, during the summers he vacationed with his brother Christian and sister Linda on various islands in Houtskär, the Finnish archipelago off the southwest coast of Finland. Sibelius wrote Korppoo Trio on Korrpoo Island where the composer (violin), Linda (piano) and Christian (cello) played it on 'rainy days' at the family's summer house.
- Bob Attiyeh, producer

"Sibelius gave us his monumental Korppoo Trio in D Major (JS 209) in 1887. We can hear the magnificent mature Sibelius peeking out through this work. Sibelius wrote Korppoo Trio in three sophisticated and dramatic movements.... Korppoo opens with a good-humored celebration of the Beauty of Nature and includes a thoughtful Fugue in the development section which demonstrates his growing power as a composer. Next comes a Fantasia, improvisational and painterly in nature, with frequent tempo changes and mood swings, ending with passages of natural serenity that remind me of bird song. Sibelius reveals his fun sense of humor in the final Rondo, which he writes without allowing himself to be inhibited by traditions of the 'approved' classical tradition." - Juho Pohjonen

Korppoo Trio is the most ambitious and expansive of the three Sibelius trios... coming in at 26 minutes, its fluent, melodic opening allegro interrupted on occasion by stabbing, rather Beethovenian assertions and even a clean-lined fugato at one point, though the overall form is classic in outline and clear as a bell. The second movement unfolds elaborate episodes that delve into Romantic pathos and fantasy, with striking use of high birdcalls and glassy harmonics in the violin (presumably to show off the young composer-violinist's prowess on his instrument). A vivace rondo finale dances gaily along, bringing the trio to an exhilarating conclusion.... Yarlung's recording, is, as usual, the epitome of sonic realism.
-Mark Lehman, The Absolute Sound


Features

  • 180g Vinyl
  • 45rpm
  • Recorded in Samueli Theater at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, March 30, 2016
  • Lacquers cut by Bernie Grundman
  • Made in Germany

Musicians

Petteri Iivonen violin
Juho Pohjonen piano
Samuli Peltonen cello

Selections

Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)

Korppoo Trio In D Major (JS 209)
Side A:
  1. Allegro Moderato
  2. Fantasia Andante (Part 1)
Side B:
  1. Fantasia Andante (Part 2)
  2. Finale Vivace
Description

45rpm 180g Vinyl LP!
Mastered by Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh!
Lacquers Cut by Bernie Grundman!

Executive producer: Jim Mulally

When you hear this trio play Sibelius, you'll understand why the Sibelius family granted Petteri, Juho and Samuli use of the composer's name. Jean Sibelius' piano trios were important to him personally. He wrote them in his youth, during the summers he vacationed with his brother Christian and sister Linda on various islands in Houtskär, the Finnish archipelago off the southwest coast of Finland. Sibelius wrote Korppoo Trio on Korrpoo Island where the composer (violin), Linda (piano) and Christian (cello) played it on 'rainy days' at the family's summer house.
- Bob Attiyeh, producer

"Sibelius gave us his monumental Korppoo Trio in D Major (JS 209) in 1887. We can hear the magnificent mature Sibelius peeking out through this work. Sibelius wrote Korppoo Trio in three sophisticated and dramatic movements.... Korppoo opens with a good-humored celebration of the Beauty of Nature and includes a thoughtful Fugue in the development section which demonstrates his growing power as a composer. Next comes a Fantasia, improvisational and painterly in nature, with frequent tempo changes and mood swings, ending with passages of natural serenity that remind me of bird song. Sibelius reveals his fun sense of humor in the final Rondo, which he writes without allowing himself to be inhibited by traditions of the 'approved' classical tradition." - Juho Pohjonen

Korppoo Trio is the most ambitious and expansive of the three Sibelius trios... coming in at 26 minutes, its fluent, melodic opening allegro interrupted on occasion by stabbing, rather Beethovenian assertions and even a clean-lined fugato at one point, though the overall form is classic in outline and clear as a bell. The second movement unfolds elaborate episodes that delve into Romantic pathos and fantasy, with striking use of high birdcalls and glassy harmonics in the violin (presumably to show off the young composer-violinist's prowess on his instrument). A vivace rondo finale dances gaily along, bringing the trio to an exhilarating conclusion.... Yarlung's recording, is, as usual, the epitome of sonic realism.
-Mark Lehman, The Absolute Sound


Features

  • 180g Vinyl
  • 45rpm
  • Recorded in Samueli Theater at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, March 30, 2016
  • Lacquers cut by Bernie Grundman
  • Made in Germany

Musicians

Petteri Iivonen violin
Juho Pohjonen piano
Samuli Peltonen cello

Selections

Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)

Korppoo Trio In D Major (JS 209)
Side A:
  1. Allegro Moderato
  2. Fantasia Andante (Part 1)
Side B:
  1. Fantasia Andante (Part 2)
  2. Finale Vivace
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
Classical
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
527.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Sibelius Piano Trio
Title
Korppoo Trio
Composer
Jean Sibelius
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
45RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
08-02-2021
Release Date
10-18-2021
Scratch & Dent
0
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
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