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The Harold E. Johnson 

Jean Sibelius 
Collection 

at 
Butler University 

A Complete Catalogue 



Gisela Schliiter Terrell 



1993 

Rare Books & Special Collections 

Irwin Library 

Butler University 

Indianapolis, Indiana 



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Dedicated to 
Harold E. Johnson 

(1915-1985) 

and 

Friends of Music Everywhere 



Harold Edgar Johnson 

on syntynyt Kew Gardensissa, New Yorkissa vuonna 1915. Hart on opiskellut Comell-yliopistossa (B.A. 
1938, M.A. 1939) javaitellyt tohtoriksi Pariisin ylopistossa vuonna 1952. Han on toiminut musiikkikirjaston- 
hoitajana seka New Yorkin kaupungin kirhastossa etta Kongressin kirjastossa, Oberlin Collegessa seka 
viimeksi Butler-yliopistossa, jossa han toimii musiikkiopin apulaisprofessorina. Han on ollut American- 
Scandinavian Foundationin jasen seka vv. 1957-58 Fulbright-ohjelman tutkijastipendiaattina Suomessa... 

Harold E. Johnson, Jean Sibelius. 

[Book jacket]. Otava, Helsinki 1960 

Harold Edgar Johnson was born in Kew Gardens, New York, on May 14, 1915. He attended Cornell University (B.A. 
1938, MA. 1939) and received his doctorate from the University of Paris in 1952. He was a music librarian at the New York 
Public Library and the Library of Congress, and taught at Oberlin College before joining Butler University's faculty in 
1952. He was a Fellow of the American-Scandinavian Foundation, and a 1957-58 Fulbright Research Scholar to Finland... 

About Harold E. Johnson 

Dr. Johnson walked into the room where sat many colleagues engaged in several, separate conversations. 
He made one simple statement. That statement immediately stirred up controversy which eventually ended 
in violent debate, long after Harold had left the room. And this could be accomplished in record time. That 
was the influence of Harold Johnson, provocative, raconteur extraordinaire. 

Harold Johnson and I were special friends. "Sparks" ~ a nickname acquired during his days as a radio 
operator during World War II - was unique. Here was a Fulbright scholar bearing a doctorate from the 
Sorbonne, an author, a professor, and a music critic all rolled up into one. 

A scholarly man of utmost integrity, he possessed a limitless sense of inquiry. That sense probably led 
him to his initial interest in Sibelius. When Dr. Johnson referred to the famous Finnish composer, whether in 
the classroom or in casual conversation, his demeanor changed. He immediately "lit up" with devotion and 
awe for a man with whom he felt a close kindred spirit. He was immersed in everything about the famous 
composer. My appreciation for Sibelius has been enhanced by knowing Dr. Harold Johnson. May this 
collection serve as well for all. 

Dr. Richard D. Osborne 

Professor of Music, Butler University 

The Harold E. Johnson Jean Sibelius Collection 

Dr. Harold E. Johnson gave his collection of scores, books, recordings, and accompanying materials to 
Butler University's Department of Rare books & Special Collections in 1982-1983. The collection includes 
many less well-known compositions, some of them never performed in this country and not available in print. 
Books and pamphlets provide unusual secondary sources. The recordings are largely of early performances, 
many of them recorded during Sibelius' lifetime. 

Dr. Johnson's researches in Finland on a Fulbright scholarship (1957-1958) bore fruit not only with the 
publication of a major Sibelius biography but in many scholarly articles and the discovery of unknown or lost 
manuscripts. While searching for compositions, and copying manuscripts, he gave his word as a scholar and a 
gentleman not to publish works which were made available to him: he would seek performance but not 
publication. This librarian intends to honor that promise. 

I met Harold in 1980, shortly after coming to Butler University, and remember well his delight in finding 
an amateur musician in charge of special collections at this institution. Harold had meant to write his own 
catalogue after retirement from Butler University (1982), with no more than a little assistance and a lot of 
listening from my side. His death by accident in 1985 left the task undone, and the collection largely 
unsorted. 

After many delays, here is the catalogue. I am immensely grateful to Prof. Fabian Dahlstrom, Director of 
the Sibelius Museum in Turku, Finland, for information, scores, and help in identifying compositions which 
Harold Johnson had collected but which had remained a mystery. There has been no other scholarly help, 
neither has there been any clerical assistance; mistakes are solely mine. 

Gisela Schliiter Terrell 

Rare Books & Special Collections Librarian 



Contents 

Page 

About Harold E. Johnson iv 

Introduction: The Greatest Monument to Sibelius - vii 

The Scores 

Preliminaries xii 

Abbreviations of publishers' names; note to place of publication; 

other abbreviations used; note to the arrangement of scores 
Works With Opus Number 

Opus No. 1 to Opus No. 116 1 

Miscellaneous Selections and Collections 19 

Works Without Opus Number 20 

The Recorded Music 

Preservation notes 26 

Note to the Arrangement 27 

Works With Opus Number 27 

Works Without Opus Number 46 

Collections 46 

Recordings Added to Harold E. Johnson's Collection 47 

Other Composers Represented in the Collection 49 

Books and Other Publications 

Note to the Arrangement 56 

Listing by Author 56 

Related Books From the Library of Harold E. Johnson 66 

Other Materials and Ephemera 

Booklets, Microfilms, Photographs, Prints, and Other Items 69 

Appendices 

A. To page 57: Current checklist of a collection of articles and excerpts 71 

B . To page 60: Descriptive inventory of Harold E. Johnson's notebook 76 

C. To page 59: Selective inventory of Johnson's collection of reviews 79 

Title Index to the Scores of Jean Sibelius 

Note to the Arrangement 80 

Title Index 80 

Cumulative Titie Index 85 

Name Index 94 

Bibliographer's Farewell: Runon synty, excerpt 99 

Rare Books and Special Collections at Butler University 100 

Illustrations 

Press Celebrations, 1899, Tableau III, first page of the manuscript; reduced vi 

Harold E. Johnson, ]ean Sibeliuksen "Andante lirico"; reduced 55 

Harold E. Johnson, Sune Orell, and Simon Parmet 68 



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Introduction^ 

The Greatest Monument to Sibeuus 

Shortiy before Sibelius's death in 1957, a delegation representing Finnish composers visited Finland's 
Education Minister Saalasti to express a wish that a Sibelius statue be erected in Helsinki. A worthwhile 
undertaking, no doubt, of impressive consequence: on September 7, 1967, the unveiling of Eila Hiltunen's 28 ton, 
26 feet high, 32 feet long Sibelius monument of 580 silvery pipes soaring high in Helsinki's Sibelius Park was 
followed by a gala evening concert. 

Also in 1957, an American musicologist set out for an almost two year stay in Finland, to begin his own 
contribution to what he called "the care and preservation of another and even more important monument ... 
which Sibelius himself has designed--his music. "^ At the time of Harold E. Johnson's researches in Finland, a 
great part of Sibelius's music had long been published but much work remained to be done in order to safeguard 
preservation of original manuscripts and the limited editions of lesser known compositions such as the many 
unpublished choral pieces available only in hectograph and facsimile, early compositions, sketches, 
notebooks. In 1957, numerous original manuscripts were in private hands, some had already appeared for sale 
in a London antiquarian book shop, the location of many was unknown. 

Johnson located some twenty manuscripts of works which had been performed but not published, and 
were presumed lost even during Sibelius's lifetime; he discovered two compositions which previous 
researchers had bypassed, believing they were identical works. His findings were widely reported in 
Finnish, Swedish, and English language papers.'^ Finnish colleagues joined him in lamenting the fact that it 
appeared easier to raise funds for the erection of a statue than for the collection and preservation of 
manuscripts which constituted the pieces of the composer's own monument, links in a chain which stretches 
from the early five Christmas songs to the Seventh Symphony of 1924. 

Links of quite uneven strength and durability: there are the symphonies and symphonic poems which 
once made Sibelius the most admired classical composer for British and American audiences; there is an often 
performed violin concerto and a less often heard string quartet; once in a while, some interesting choral works 
and orchestral suites sound from national public radio stations, and Sibelius's solo songs still appear on recital 
programs. Even though it is considered a major work, American audiences do not often hear the tone poem 
Tapiola (op. 112, 1926) which the English writer Wilfrid Mellers called the most terrifying (i.e. spine- 
chilling) piece of music ever written^, an eighteen-minute orchestral piece in which Sibelius combined his two 
main streams of creative production, the absolute symphonies and the programmatic tone poems. 

To some degree, the musical significance even of Sibelius's major compositions is a matter of 
interpretation. Recent scholars like Burnett James^ and Lisa de Gorog^ do not agree on all points, and Harold 
E. Johnson who published the first critical biography, did not set out to "vivisect" the music' But they and 
other writers do agree on a great number of compositions, "a disconcertingly long list of miscellaneous 
instrumental music, most of it strikingly nondescript. It is this latter category, the apparently endless stream 
of anonymous trivia he churned out virtually throughout his active career, which has most alarmed 
Sibelius's admirers and provided ammunition for his detractors."" 

A multitude of inconsequential works: salon pieces, seasonal choral works. Masonic songs, a Workers' 
March written in 1896, "Three Songs for American Children" dating from 1913 (a year before the composer's 
visit to the United States), trifles and miscellanea composed throughout a career that produced symphonic 



'Revised version of "The Other Music of Jean Sibelius," an essay originally written October, 1992, published in 
AB Bookman's Weekly, special issue on "Music & the Performing Arts," December 7, 1992. 

■^H. E. Johnson, "The greatest monument to Sibelius," in Suomi-Finland USA, Vol. XII, no. 7, 1957; p. 60 in this catalogue. 

■^See list of several articles by Johnson about his findings, p. 60; many notices and reproductions of foreign press reports 
are preserved in the "Personal Scrap Book." 

'^Wilfrid Mellers. "Sibelius at Ninety: A Revaluation," in The Listener, Dec. 1, 1955, p. 969; p. 57 in this catalogue. 

^Burnett James. The Music of Jean Sibelius. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press,1983.; p. 59 in this catalogue. 

"Lisa de Gorog. From Sibelius to Sallinen. Greenwood Press, 1989.; p. 57 in this catalogue. 

'Harold E. Johnson. Jean Sibelius. A. A. Knopf, 1959; p 59 in this catalogue. 

"Burnett James, op. cit., p. 121. 



master pieces, interspersed with solidly crafted compositions found among the many piano and violin pieces, 
fine incidental music, and an occasional flash of genius in some works now rarely heard, such as Luonnatar 
(Spirit of Nature, op. 70, 1913) which fits no precise category: half song, half symphonic poem, begun in 1910 
when Sibelius already thought about his Fourth, his most bitterly criticized symphony which opened 
musical realms into which the composer himself hardly dared follow. Luonnatar has a boldness and freedom 
of line that appeals to me in spite of the wide range's rather cruel demand upon the soloist. James calls it 
"one of his subtlest, most completely original, and most totally individual works."^ 

Tapiola, the last great composition, was followed by what has been called "the Silence from 
Jarvenpaa": thirty years without any major compositions, and the gradual cementing of a national hero's 
status as the enigmatic Olympian, a man of granite whom many could not or would not forgive the talus slope, 
and the many pebbles at the foot of the mountain. 

Sibelius himself seems to have been quite fond of these pebbles, even the sometimes charming but 
nonetheless uncharacteristic salon pieces. On one hand, these pieces often helped to fill his purse. After his 
fame was well established, and success at home and abroad culminated in a generous state pension, financial 
need may not have been great but the memories of economically troubled years certainly lingered. During the 
composition of the Fourth Symphony (1908-1911), surgeons in Helsinki were unsuccessful at removing a throat 
tumor, and advised Sibelius to consult a German specialist. He was deeply in debt, and was considered a poor 
risk by the banks. "The humiliation of having to make the rounds begging for a loan for a hospital trip, 
while his pregnant wife was waiting on a park bench, compounded with no bright prospects of royalties for 
his compositions was traumatic enough to give Sibelius nightmares even in later years."^^ 

On the other hand, there may have been delight in mastering the tools of composition, and wielding 
them merely for pleasure, especially so since composition technique had been one of his least liked subjects 
during his early music studies. The disciplines of thorough bass, harmony, form, and strict and free 
counterpoint to which he had to submit first under Martin Wegelius in Helsinki, and again as post-graduate 
student with Albert Becker in Berlin, had not at all been to his liking and temperament. Karl Ekman thought 
that the myriad of small compositions which interfered with the completion of the the Fifth Symphony, 
may have served as a kind of narcotic for Sibelius during the troubled years of World War 1.^^ 

However, minor pieces continued to flow even after the war with amazing regularity: Piece 
humoristique, Esquisse, Souvenir, Moment de valse, etc., and even the composer's staunchest admirers were 
disturbed that he should have dignified these works with opus numbers, and permitted their publication: 
"With undeterred hope we continue to turn over these pages, discovering nothing with the hallmark of the 
master upon them. These trifles are, with scarcely an exception, entirely undistinguished and characterless, 
nor do we find either improvement or deterioration as the years pass and the true Sibelius of the the 
symphonies increases in stature and power.... There is precisely nothing to them. They are not even bad, and 
never vulgar.... Has the composer some inexplicable regard for these banalities, and if not, why has he 
troubled to waste so much ink during his long career?"^ ^ 

Why, indeed? The pebbles which rolled off the mountain, are not really at issue: perhaps a kind of 
house cleaning, clearing musical debris out of the way by musical means. One cannot deny the existence of 
these trivialities, one may wonder why they were dignified with opus numbers and publication but one need 
not judge Sibelius's lasting works by them: a case for psychologists, perhaps, but hardly for musicologists. 
Less harsh in overall judgment than many critics, a discerning public and great interpretations by conductors, 
soloists, orchestral and choral ensembles have come a long way in separating compositions of genuine worth 
from the Valse lyrique and its many siblings. 

Time has converted some compositions into somewhat ceremonial numbers: the tone poem Spring Song 
(Vdrsdng, op. 16, 1894, later revised) figures in concerts heard around May 1; Finlandia (op. 26, 1899-1900) is 
reserved for special occasions as an exaltation of Finnish nationalism. The famous Valse triste (op. 44 no. 1, 
1903-4), first recorded in 1911, recorded more than a dozen times between 1950 and 1965, has fallen a bit by the 
wayside, and now appears more on popular "listeners' requests" radio offerings rather than on classical 



^Ibid., p. 129. 

^'^Lisa de Gorog, op. dt., p. 104. 

11 Karl Ekman. ]ean Sibelius och hans verk. Holger Schildts Forlag, 1956, p. 334; p. 57 in this catalogue. 

l^Arnold Bax. Farewell, My Youth. Longmans, Green, 1943; in Johnson, ]ean Sibelius, op. cit., p. 189-190. 



concert programs. The vagaries of taste— W/se triste is a popular piece but not a trifling composition, and 
bears the "authentic Sibelius tone and temper."^ ■^ 

There is no similarity between the music of Sibelius and Rossini, but obvious parallels exist in their 
lives: both were legends in their own lifetime, both retired from creative life while at the peak of their 
powers. Rossini penned an attractive collection of small pieces in his latter years, called them Sins of My Old 
Age, and did not withhold them from the public. Sibelius penned and published such "sins" for decades but 
was not as undisceming a critic of his own works as his delight in so many trivial compositions may lead one 
to believe. While he amused himself with nonconsequential trivia, and allowed them opus numbers and 
publication, he took a less charitable view of several promising compositions which have gained prominence 
in spite of the composer's reluctance to admit them to audiences. 

Take, for example, KuUeruo (op. 7), symphonic jx)em in five movements for soprano, baritone, male 
chorus, and orchestra, written in 1891 and 1892, based on texts from the Kalevala epic. Coming some seven 
years before the First Symphony (op. 39), KuUervo is thoroughly symphonic in all essentials. Harris 
Goldsmith calls it the "true" First Symphony^^; Furuhjelm calls it an epic drama with an intermezzo and two 
preludes^^; in his later years, Sibelius frequently referred to it as an "independent symphony"^^. The first 
performance on April 28, 1892 marks Sibelius's debut as conductor. It was a huge success, carried high not only 
on the rising wave of Finnish nationalism but at least to some degree on the merits of the composition. 
Contemporary Finnish and Swedish critics voiced overall approval while pointing out the very 
compositional weaknesses with which foreign critics charged Sibelius's symphonies decades later. 

Although the first performance of 1892 had to be repeated five times within a year, Sibelius not only 
heeded the critic Karl Rodin's advice (too "Finnish," too great a danger to drown obvious talent in the 
production of folk idiom); he may himself have become dissatisfied with the piece, and forbade any further 
performances during his lifetime. He also withheld the score from publication, and allowed in print only a 
revision of Kullervo's Lament (in Uusi Saveletar, Dec. 1918). 

In 1930, Sibelius told Cecil Gray that he did not wish the piece performed because it needed extensive 
revisions, but that he was reluctant to undertake them because they might destroy its true character.^^ He 
relented to some extent, recognizing the innate merits of the admittedly unpolished composition: in 1935, 
there was an unofficial performance of the central movement, and just before his death Sibelius partially 
reworked the final portion, Kullervo's Lament, for performance by the Finnish basso Kim Borg on occasion of 
the 1957 Sibelius Festival~but he exacted assurances that the piece would be designated on the official 
program as dating from 1892, clearly a "youthful indiscretion."^^ After 1893, KuUervo in its entirety was not 
heard in Finland until a few months after the composer's death, in a performance directed by Jussi Jalas. A 
tape of that performance circulated for many years among Sibelius aficionados; a legitimate recording did not 
appear until 1971, a very spirited performance by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under Paavo 
Berglund. A miniature score appeared 1961; even today, conductors use photocopies of the 1892 manuscript! 

Another case of Sibelius's own scrutiny: When Cecil Gray was preparing his study around 1930, Sibelius 
permitted him to examine the score of a little one-act opera, ]ungfrun i tornet (The Maiden in the Tower, 1896, 
no opus no.) and was not in the least disturbed when Grey found it one of his less significant productions. 
Indeed, in 1915 Sibelius had made the same observation to his biographer Furuhjelm^^ , with regrets of 
having permitted and himself conducted the only performance during his lifetime at a lottery evening in aid 
of the Helsinki Philharmonic Society and its orchestra school, November 7, 1896. And when the English 
conductor Warwick Braithwaite asked him whether Jungfrun i tornet would be performed after his death, 
Sibelius replied (perhaps with a twinkle in his eyes): "She will remain in the tower and not come out."'^^ 



^"^Burnett James, op. cit., p. 116. 

^"^Harris Goldsmith. "Sibelius' Forgotten Masterpiece," in High Fidelity, Nov., 1971, p. 87; p. 57 in this catalogue . 

^^Erik Furuhjelm. Jean Sibelius, hans tondiktning och drag ur hans liv. H.Schildts Forlag, 1916. p. 129; p. 58 in this cat. 

'"Harold E. Johnson, jean Sibelius, op. cit., p. 41. 

I'Cecil Gray. Sibelius. Oxford University Press, 1931, p. 69-70.; p. 58 in this catalogue. 

'"Harris Goldsmith, op. cit. 

'^Erik Furuhjelm, op. cit., p. 163. 

•^"Harold E. Johnson. "The greatest monument to Sibelius," op. cit., p. 7. 



Not so: The Maiden appeared, and was performed and recorded after Sibelius's death, with Neeme 
Jarvi and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. Overall, music critics agree with Sibelius's own assessment 
of his singular operatic attempt while praising much of his incidental music. Most of the theatrical and 
tableaux music has survived in Sibelius's revisions as orchestral suites. The two sets of Scenes historiques 
may not reach the genius of Sibelius's symphonies and symphonic fX)ems but still hold an audience's attention, 
but how many people, especially outside Finland, have ever heard any of the fifteen incidental numbers 
composed in 1916 for Hofmannsthal's Jedermann Qokamies, or Everyman, op. 83)? I certainly haven't. 
Perhaps I am not missing much, but Sibelius himself set some store by this music, and arranged three of the 
numbers for piano. 

The period of the Fifth Symphony (op. 82, 1915, revised 1916 and 1919) produced not only Jokamies and 
some meritorious smaller pieces like Cantique and Devotion (op. 77) for violin or cello and orchestra, but also 
more than two dozen undistinguished little solo pieces for piano or violin: even after five symphonies, 
Sibelius was not particularly selective in seeking self-expression. But even minor compositions, along with 
youthful sketches, notes, fragments, all manifestations help us to understand the sometimes slow and often 
painful process of a genius. 

Frequently portrayed as reticent and enigmatic, Sibelius freely shared these nondescript compositions; 
the piano music is described in detail by Erik Tawaststjema whose admiration for some of them appears 
overstated^!. Also, there are many indications that the composer was more than willing to assist scholars 
interested in his early, unpublished works. When Otto Andersson, first director of the Sibelius Museum 
which possesses the manuscript score of the Lovisa Trio of 1887, asked the composer about the so-called Korpo 
Trio dating from the same period, Sibelius (at age 89) hastily sketched themes from both works, thereby 
establishing the fact that they are not the same as had often been surmised; this prodigious feat of memory 
now belongs to the Museum's collection.^ 

Whether musicologists will reassess critical evaluation in the light of new publications and access to 
formerly unknown materials, remains to be seen. Conflicting statements by the composer himself, early 
biographers' undiluted praise, and much conjecture especially about youthful compositions, or dating and 
sequence of unpublished works, may have hitherto hindered understanding and assessment. Prof. Fabian 
Dahlstrom, Director of the Sibelius Museum in Turku, published the first work list reliable with respect to 
dates, opus numbers, and first performances^'^, a preliminary tool while waiting for his monumental thematic- 
bibliographical catalogue, still in progress. In 1991, Kari Kilpelainen offered a most essential tool, a 
complete catalogue of the SibeHus manuscripts at Helsinki University Library .^'^ 

A dream come true for researchers; too late for at least one musicologist: Harold E. Johnson died in 1985 
before he saw even his own collection catalogued. In 1957, when he set out for Finland on his quest for locating 
manuscripts, lost or buried compositions, to help build a Sibelius monument which would use the great granite 
blocks of symphonies and tone poems while not disdaining talus and pebbles, he wondered what might 
happen to the composer's early sketches, notebooks, and correspondence. Kilpelainen has now furnished us 
with a most valuable source list which identifies, classifies, and dates almost 2,000 items ranging from the 
1880s to 1957. Glenda Dawn Goss, at the University of Georgia, is preparing a Sibelius Research Guide.^^ A 
look at recent dissertations shows renewed interest not only in symphonic works but also in songs and other 
compositions, and different approaches to interpretation and performance.^" 

With new publications and renewed interest, we may even get to hear some new music. There is much of 
Sibelius's work that has hardly ever been heard in this country. One may stay attuned to the recording 
industry: since the mid-1980s, well-known companies usually not known for taking unusual marketing risks. 



2lErik Tawaststjema. The Pianoforte Compositions of Sibelius. Otava, 1957. P. 65 in this catalogue. 

22Harold Johnson. 'The greatest monument to Sibelius," op. cit., p. 7. 

23Fabian Dahlstrom. The Works of fean Sibelius. Sibelius-Seura, 1987. P. 57 in this catalogue. 

^^Kari Kilpelainen. The Jean Sibelius Musical Manuscripts at Helsinki University Library: A Complete Catalogue. 

Breitkopf &Hartel, 1991. P. 60 in this catalogue. 
^^Letter, Goss to Terrell, Sep. 1992. 
^^Several dissertations and other publications are on order for the collection, and are not yet listed in the "Books and 

Other Publications" section of this catalogue, beginning at p. 56. 



gave us great recordings of the orchestral songs including Luonnotar and the much lesser-known 
Koskenlaskijan morsiamet {The Rapid-Rider's Brides, op. 33, 1897), and several interpretations of the many 
songs for voice and piano. 

On February 13, 1991, on the occasion of the American Music Library Association's national meeting, 
Butler University presented an exhibition from the Harold E. Johnson Sibelius Collection, and a recital 
which featured some unknown compositions. The Lockerbie String Quartet, augmented by a string bass, 
performed a fragment^'^ of an enchanting impromptu for string orchestra. A rondo for viola and piano from 
1893, unpublished and probably never before performed in the United States, was as delightful to hear as it 
was to play. Five songs for soprano and piano added to the audience's captivation, and the Indianapolis 
Children's Choir presented three songs that were actually written for children's voices, and had most likely 
never been sung or heard in this country. No revelations or new insights, no weighty themes, motifs, 
harmonies: somewhere between the nondescript salon pieces and the truly great works, from the chapters 
usually entitled, "Other Music": a delight for performers and audience nevertheless. 

In the minds of some, trifles and second-cut compositions impede easy acceptance of great works, as a 
talus slope hinders ascent of a mountain. Perhaps, in expecting perfection from our heroes, we wish not to be 
reminded of our own humanity, and the fact that acquaintance with rock slopes is mostly made with the least 
intellectual part of our anatomy. The recital at Butler was mostly a matter of the heart: the aesthetic 
pleasure of being the first one to perform and to hear a well-crafted composition; maybe some sentimental 
delight in hearing accomplished children's voices perform music written for their register, and watching 
these young person's pride of having memorized verses in a strange tongue. 

There is yet another place for such "pebbles." Those of us who labored through childhood piano or 
violin lessons without having been childhood prodigies, and those of us who teach young people of little 
talent and so-so ambition, will know this value of a great composer's lesser compositions: the pride and joy 
with which a beginner can say, "I am now playing..." a piece by Schumann, a rondo by Haydn, a menuetto by 
Sibelius— names recognizable even to musically ignorant class mates or neighbors. Before we laugh, and 
render such thought of no consequence to our estimation of music, let us remember not only that most classical 
music is bought, listened to, played, and enjoyed not by professionals but by amateurs; let us also realize that 
such innocent pride in innocent accomplishment may well have prompted someone to practice a little harder, 
to stick with the piano, the violin in spite of outdoor sunshine or other temptations. 

Having been both: a child of so-so ambition and a music teacher, I will gladly admit not only to my 
adult admiration of Sibelius's tone poems and symphonies but also to the fond remembrance of Malinconia 
(1901) for cello and piano because my brother and I could play it long before we attempted Brahms; I still like 
to hear it once in a while, and find it no hindrance to the enjoyment of another composition from the same 
period, op. 43, the Second Symphony. 

Burnett James's final words in the matter of Sibelius's "other music" do not offer an answer to the 
questions posed by Arnold Bax and other admirers ~ Why allow publication? Why opus numbers? ~ but allow 
for intellectual charity: "One cannot say that Sibelius was a creative schizophrenic, for his creative hand 
knew very well what his talented hand was doing-nevertheless he could keep the two apart to an unusual 
extent. It does not affect his stature one way or the other however; it can be observed but need no longer be 
made an issue. Chips off the block? Hardly. Chips from the communal pile more likely; gleanings from the 
beach when the tide is out to keep the fires burning— and that perhaps in a more profound sense than appears 
at first sight... to work the trivial and the anonymous out of his system by music itself.. .."^^ 

The horizon that spans the Louisa Trio of 1887, the Fourth Symphony of 1911, and the last great tone 
poem of 1926, Tapiola, bridges mountains and chasms, piles of pebbles, larger stepping stones, formidable 
slopes: a chain of creativity whose links, albeit uneven in size, should all be cherished. Harold E. Johnson 
knew that he greatest monument to Sibelius, the enduring one, is the composer's music. It is incumbent upon us 
to honor the man rather than to worship the myth. 

Gisela Schliiter Terrell 



■^^ Harold E. Johnson had found this fragment of Impromptu f. Streichorkester (first 33 bars complete). Actually, this is 



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an arrangement of Op. 5, nos. 5-6; cf. page 1. In a preliminary list of scores, this mss. had been described as 
unidentified; Prof. Dahlstrom pointed out identity of musical material and B&H printing, letter of 7-2-19. 
James Burnett, op. cit., p. 131-132. 



The Scores 



Scores and accompanying materials such as song texts, transcriptions, or excerpts are from Harold E. 
Johnson's original collection unless they are marked (*) [= donated to the collection by The Sibelius Museum, 
Turku, Finland] or (**) [= added by Butler University and others]. 

Abbreviations used in listing the scores are noted below. 

Abbreviations of Publishers' Names 



AEL Axel E. Lindgren 

B&H Breitkopf & Hartel 

BCMA British & Continental Music Agencies CF 

Carl Fischer 
F Fazer; Oy Musiikki-Fazer Ab 

Edition Fazer 
HNM Helsingfors Nya Musikhandel Fazer & 

Westerlund 
KA Kalmus; Edwin F. Kalmus 
KFW Karl Fredrik Wasenius 



NMF 


Nordiska Musikforlaget 


OT 


Otava 


REW 


R. E. Westeriund 


RL 


Robert Lienau 


SBM 


Schlesinger'sche Buch- & 




Musikhandlung 


UE 


Universal Edition 


WH 


Wilhelm Hansen 


WS 


Werner Soderstrom 



Place of Publication 

As part of the imprint information, the place of publication is given as it appears first in the text, e.g. 
Kabenhavn rather than Copenhagen, HelsirJci rather than Helsingfors, or vice versa. Since music is often 
published and reprinted without a publishing date and with unchanged plate numbers, language or spelling 
of a place name may help with the identification of publication dates. 



Other Abbreviations Used With the Scores 



A Alto 




ed. 


B Bass 


[Example: choral works 


mss. 


S Soprano 


SATB or ITBB] 


no. 


T Tenor 






arr. arranged 




pi. no. 


c copyright 


[Example: cl910] 


publ. 


ca. circa 




rev. 


ed. by edited by 




tr. 



edition 

manuscript (=holograph) 

number [abbreviations such as "Nr." or 

"N:o" are copied verbatim] 
plate number 
published 
revised 
translated 



Arrangement of the Scores 



The arrangement of opus numbers follows Fabian Dahlstrom, The Works of Jean Sibelius, Helsinki, 1987. In a 
very few cases, discrepancies between Dahlstrom's listing and the work at hand appear and have been noted. 
Works without opus number are arranged in the order in which they were listed by Harold E. Johnson, Jean 
Sibelius, New York, Knopf, 1959, with page reference to Dahlstrom. 



The Scores: Works With Opus Number 

Op. 1 Five Christmas Songs 

1. Nu stdr Jul vid snoig port (Topelius) 1895, rev. 1913 3. Det morknar ute (Topelius) 1909 

2. Nu sir kommer julen (Topelius) 1895, rev. 1913 4. Julvisa (Topelius) 1909 

5. On hanget korkeat (Joukahainen) 1901 
Collection includes: 
No. 1,2 Julvisa, Joululaulu, Op. 1, no. 1, 2. Piano score, text in Finnish and Swedish. Cover imprint: 
Helsingfors: REW; B&H, Leipzig; at bottom of score: cl921 by EL. PI. no. A.E.L.1211. (*) 
Latest information from Prof. Dahlstrom suggests composition dates of 1913, 1913, ca. 1897, 1909, 1901. 

Op. 2 Two pieces for violin and piano. 1888, rev. 1911. 

1. Romance. First version published in Nornan, 1890 2. Epilogue 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Helsinki: Suomen Musiikkilehti, 1925? 

b. Wien, Leipzig: UE. Title-page has cl913, score and part has cl912. PL no. U.E.3884. (») 

Op. 3 Arioso for voice and string orchestra (Runeberg). 1911, rev. 1913. 
Collection includes: 
Piano-vocal score. Helsinki: REW, no date, pi. no. R.E.W.2295. (*) 

Op. 5 Six impromptus for piano. 1890-1893. 

1. Impromptu in G minor 3. Impromptu in A minor 5. Impromptu in B minor 

2. Impromptu in G minor 4. Impromptu in E minor 6. Impromptu in E major 
Collection includes: 

No. 1-6 Impromptus for piano. Helsingfors: AEL, [1894?] PL no. A.E.L.149. 

No. 5-6 Arranged for string orchestra with title Impromptu. "Probably the composition known as 

Andante Lirico," Johnson, p. 243 [in error, cf. p. 60, 70, and 77]. Dahlstrom, p. 51. We have: 

a. Photostatic copy, first 33 bars of Sibelius's mss., captioned Impromptu f. Streichorkester. 

b. Full score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl986, Partitur-Bibliothek Nr. 5127. First edition. 
Earlier, the mss. had been listed as unidentified; Prof. Dahlstrom pointed out identity of musical 
material and B&H printing. Reinisch's German/English postface gives history of this little-known work. 

Op. 7 KuUervo, symphonic poem for soli, male chorus and orchestra. 1891-1892. 
Collection includes: 

Kullervon valitus (Ote Kullervo-sinfoniasta), Jyvaskyla: Keskisuomalaisen Kirjapaino, 

series Savelettaren liite N:o 3, 1918: Voi poloinen pdividni..., solo and piano reduction. (*) 
Microfilm of Sibelius's manuscript, see p. 69. 

Op. 9 En saga, tone poem for orchestra. 1892, rev. 1902. 
Collection includes: 
Miniature score. London: BCMA, no date, cl903 by B&H. 

Op. 10 Karelia overture, for orchestra. 1893. 
Collection includes: 
Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl906; pi. no. Part.B.1986. 

Op. 11 Karelia, suite for orchestra. 1893. 
Collection includes: 

a. Piano score, intermezzo och ballad. Helsingfors: AEL, no date; pi. no. A.E.L.169. (*) 

b. Arr. for piano solo [by Sibelius, 1897]. London: BCMA, cl907; 1935 by B&H; pi. no. 2236. 

c. Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, no date, cl906. 

Op. 12 Sonata in F major for piano. 1893-1895. 
Collection includes: 
Leipzig: B&H, cl906; pi. no. V.A.2156. 



Op. 13 Seven songs with piano accompaniment (Runeberg) 

1. Under strandens granar. 1892 3. Hjartats morgon. 1890 5. Drommen. 1891 

2. Kyssens hopp. 1892 4. VSren flyktar hastigt. 1890 6. Till Frigga. 1892 

7. Jagargossen. 1891 
Collection includes: 
No. 1-7 Helsingfors: OT, 1892, tryckt af B&H, Leipzig. No pi. no. (») 

No. 2, 4 Copied from Jean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte Lieder fur eine Singstimme und Klavier. 
5,7 Wiesbaden: B&H, 1966 (»») 

Op. 14 Rakastava. Originally composed for male voices k cappella, 1893-1894; rewritten by the composer for 
string orchestra, triangle and timpani, 1911-1912. 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy of the a cappella manuscript. 

b. Printed voice score, undated, by Ylioppilaskunnan, Helsinki. Series: Y.L:n ohjelmistoa 

N:o 37. Three copies with variant pencil markings. 

c. Miniature score of the revision for string orchestra and percussion. New York: Southern 

Music Publ. Co., undated; no pi. no.. Lists previous publishers' copyright dates as 
1913 and 1941. 

Op. 16 Varsang, tone poem for string orchestra. 1894, revised 1895-no later than 1903. 
Collection includes: 

a. Friihlingslied, Piano solo, bearbeitet von Otto Taubmann. Leipzig: B&H, cl903, 1907; 

pi. no. V.A.2232. 

b. Kevatlaulu [arranged for brass ensemble by] Lenni Linnala. Helsinki: OT, no date; series 

no.: 2nd ser. no. 51. 

Op. 17 Seven songs with piano accompaniment 

1. Sen har jag ej frdgat mera (Runeberg) 1894? 4. Vilse (Tavaststjerna) 1902 

2. Sof in! (Tavaststjerna) 1894 5. En slanda (Levertin) 1904? 

3. F^gellek (Tavaststjerna) 1891 6. Illalle (Forsman/Koskimies) 1898 

7. Lastu lainehilla (Calamnius) 1902 
Collection includes: 
No. 1-3 Helsingfors: AEL, no date; pi. no. A.E.L.151. (*) 
No. 5 Wiesbaden: B&H, no date, after 1949; pi. no. D.L.-V.5195. 

No. 1,4 Copied from ]ean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte Lieder fiir eine Singstimme und Klavier. 
6-7 Wiesbaden: B&H, 1966 (") 

Op. 18 Six part songs, for male chorus a cappella 

1. Sortunut aani (Kanteletar) 1898 3. Venematka (Kalevala) 1893 5. Metsamien laulu (Kivi) 1899 

2. Terve kuu (Kalevala) 1901 4. Saarella palaa (Kanteletar) 1895 6. Sydameni laulu (Kivi) 1898 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Printed from an unidentified manuscript, no place, publisher, or date. At head of title, in 

Swedish, Hvad har bruti tonens vdlde? 
No. 2 a. Printed from an unidentified manuscript, no place, publisher, or date. 

b. Helsinki: Ylioppilaskunnan Laulujat, undated, Y.L:n ohjelmista 96. 

c. Helsinki: F, cl906; 1934 by B&H. 
No. 3 a. Helsinki: F, c 1906; 1934 by B&H. 

b. As no. 6 in Sekaddnisid lauluja, 52. vihko; Helsingissa: OT, 1935, series Kansanvalistus- 
seuran nuottivarasto 101. 
No. 4 Helsingfors: Aktiebolaget Handelstryckeriet, 1910. 

No. 5 a. Looseleaf, Helsinki: REW,undated; pi. no. 1114a. Series: Westerlundin kuoro-ohjelmisto 
mieskuorolle No. 47/48. 
b. Detached leaf, p. 103-4 from Muntra Musikanter, vol. IX, printed by Tidnings- & Tryckeri- 
Aktiebolaget, Helsingfors. 
No. 6 a. Photostatic copy of manuscript; stamp of Ylioppilaskunnnan Laulujat. 



b. As no. 5 in Miesaanisia lauluja, 25. vihko, [published in] Helsingissa, Tietosanakirka- 

Osakeytio, 1924. 

c. Loose-leaf, Helsinki: REW, undated; pi. no. 11 MB. 

d. Jean Sibelius, lauluja sovitettuina pianolle, N:o 1. Sydamen laulu, sov. Erkki Melartin. 

Helsinki: REW, no date; pi. no. R.W.E.,1189. (*) 

Op. 19 Impromptu (Rydberg), for female chorus and orchestra. 1902, rev. 1910. 
Collection includes: 

a. Facsimile of manuscript. Helsingfors: Lilius & Hertzberg, 1902. 

b. Vocal score. Leipzig: B&H; for Finland: REW, Helsingfors, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.2635. 

c. Piano score, with text. Leipzig: B&H, cl910, pi. no. 26560. (*) 

Op. 20 Malinconia, for violoncello and orchestra. 1900. 
Collection includes: 

Leipzig: VEB B&H, cl911, after 1949 printing; pi. no. V.A.3485. 

Op. 21 Natus in curas, hymn (Gustafsson), for male chorus a cappella. 1896. 
Collection includes: 

a. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl906/34; pi. no. Part.B.2007. 

b. As no. 12 in Under sdngarfanen, laulu jalippu... [collected by] K. Flodin, E. Leander, R.E. 

Westerlund. Part I. Helsingfors: HNM, no date. Finnish and Swedish throughout. 

Op. 22 Lemminkainen, four legends for orchestra. 1893-1895, rev. 1897, 1900, 1935-1939. 

1. Lemminkainen ja saaren neidot 3. Tuonelan joutsen 

2. Lemminkainen Tuonelassa 4. Lemminkainen palaa kotitienoille 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl954; pi. no. 31108. B&H Partitur-Bibliothek Nr. 3777. 
No. 2 Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl954; pi. no. 31109. B&H Partitur-Bibliothek Nr. 3778. 

Numbered Opus 22 no. 3. 
No. 3 a. Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl929; pi. no. 30749. B&H Partitur-Bibliothek Nr. 
3327. Numbered Opus 22 no. 2. 
b. Piano solo. Bearbeitung von Otto Taubmann. Leipzig: B&H, cl907; pi. no. 25771. 
No. 4 a. Miniature score. London: BCMA, no date, no pi. no. 

b. Piano solo. Bearbeitung von Otto Taubmann. Leipzig: B&H, cl907; pi. no. V.A.2272. 

Op. 23 Part songs. Cantata for the University Ceremonies of 1897, for mixed chorus a cappella 
(Forsman/Koskimies); written 1897, published 1899 as Lauluja sekakodrille. 

1. Me nuoriso Suomen 4. Montapa elon merella 6b. Tuule, tuule leppeammin 

2. Tuuli tuudittele 5. Sammuva sainio maan 7. Oi lempi, sum valtas aareton on 

3. Oi toivo, toivo sa lietomieli 6a. Soi kiitokseksi Luojan 8. Kuin virta vuolas 

9. Oi kallis Suomi, aiti verraton 
Collection includes: 
No. 1-9 Lauluja sekakoorille, 1897 vuoden promotiooni; kantaatistia... Helsingfors: HNM, 

[1899]; pi. no. 25. 
No. 1 As no. 1 in Sekaddnisia lauluja, 49. vihko. Helsingissa: OT, 1930, series Kansanvalistus- 

seuran nuottivarasto 98. 
No. 6a a. As no. 6 in juhlavirsia hymnejd joululauluja, toimittanut A.E. Taipale... Helsingissa: OT, 
1949, series Miesaanisten laulukuntien ohjelmistoa. 
b. As no. 1 in Nuorisosekakuorolauluja, kolmi- ja neliaanisina. 8. vihko; toimittanut A.E. 
Taipale. Helsingissa: OT, 1949, series Kansanvalistusseuran nuottivarasto 177. 
No. 6b As no. 15 in Uusia kotimaisia lauluja ja sovituksia, II. vihko, toimittanut A.E. Taipale. 
Helsingissa: OT, 1943, series Miesaanisten laulukuntien ohjelnaistoa. 



Op. 24 Ten pieces for piano 

1. Impromptu. 1895? 4. Romance in D minor. 1895 7. Andantino. 1900? 

2. Romance in A major. 1894 or 5 5. Valse in E major. 1896 8. Nocturne. 1901 

3. Caprice in E minor. 1894? 6. Idyll. 1898? 9. Romance in D flat ma. 1901 

10. Barcarola. 1903 
Collection includes: 
No. 1 Helsingfors: AEL, no date; pi. no. A.E.L.159. (*) 
No. 2 Helsinki: REW, no date, plate no. R.E.W.1874. (") 
No. 3 a. Helsinki: R.E. Westerlund, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.744. 

b. Leipzig: B&H, no date; pi. no. V.A.2530. Imprinted on front cover, bottom line: AEL, 

Helsingfors. (*) 

c. Helsingfors: KFW; Leipzig: B&H, no date; pi. no. K.F.W.51. Front cover signed: 

Agnes Frojdman 1902. (*) 
No. 4-5 a. Helsingfors: AEL, no date; pl.e no. A.E.L.182. (») 

b. Helsinki: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.744. (") 
No. 6 a. Helsingfors: HNM, no date; pi. no. 23. (*) 

b. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl904, 1932. (") 
No. 7 a. Helsinki: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.764 

b. Helsingfors: KFW; Leipzig: B&H, no date [1900?]; pi. no. K.F.W.52. 
No. 9 a. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date; pi. no. H.N.M.81. Front cover signed: 
Ingeborg Illberg 1905. (*) 
b. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl905, 1933; pi. no. V.A.2330. (**) 
No. 10 a. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date; pi. no. H.N.M.98. Front cover and caption 

have "Op. 38 No. 10" rather than op. 24. Front cover with Helmi Hayman's undated 
signature. (*) 
b. Wiesbaden: B&H, no date or pi. no.. Printed in Oslo, 1953, by Victor Trykk. (**) 

Op. 25 Scenes Historiques I, suite for orchestra. From the music for the Press Celebrations, Six tableaux for 

orchestra. 1899, rev. 1911. 

1. Air Overtura (tableau 1) 2. Scene (tableau 4) 3. Festivo 

Collection includes: 
No.l a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl911; pi. no. Part.B.2330a. 

b. For piano solo by F. Rebay. Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. 27490. 
No. 2 a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl912; pi. no. Part.B.2330b. 

b. For piano solo by F. Rebay. Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. 27491. 
No. 3 Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl912; pi. no. Part.B.2330c. 

Op. 26 Finlandia, tone poem for orchestra (Tableau 6 from the music for the Press Celebrations, Six tableaux 
for orchestra). 1899, rev. 1900. 
Collection includes: 

a. Finlandia, tondikt for orkester..., piano-arrangement. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H; 

no date [1900?]; no pi. no. 

b. Miniature score. No. 167, Jan Sibelius, Finlandia... Scarsdale, N.Y.: KA, no date, no pi. no. 

Op. 27 Incidental music to Kung Kristian II, suite for orchestra. 1898. 

1. Elegie 3. Menuetto 5. Nocturne 

2. Musette 4. Sdngen om korsspindeln 6. Serenade 

7. Ballade 
Collection includes: 
No. 1-7 Leipzig: B&H, cl899; pi. no. Part.B.1537. Full score but without no. 4; other incidentals 

arranged in order 5, 1, 2, 6, 7. 
No. 1-4 a. Piano solo. Helsinki: REW; Leipzig: B&H, cl899, 1926; pl.no. A.E.L.766/E.B.2281. 

b. Piano solo. Helsingfors: AEL; Leipzig: B&H no date; pi. no. A.E.L.2. Front cover signed by 
Krohn {Aune Krohn?]; no. 4 with markings. (*) 
No. 4 Pianolle sanoineen... Helsinki: REW no date; pi. no. R.E.W.767. 



No. 7 Ballade... Zwischenspiel No. 3 [sic], fiir Pianoforte..., bearbeitet von Otto Taubmann. 
Leipzig: B&H, cl899, 1907; pi. no. V.A.2373. 

Op. 28 Sandels, improvisation for male chorus and orchestra (Runeberg). 1898, rev. 1915. 
Collection includes: 
Full score. Printed by Tidnings- och Tryckeri-Aktiebolaget, Helsingfors, no date, no pi. no. 

Op. 29 Snofrid, improvisation for recitation, mixed chorus and orchestra (Rydberg). 1899, rev. 1900. 
Collection includes: 

a. Full score. Photogravure printing from manuscript onto music paper. [Helsinki]: REW 

[1900?]; no pi. no. 

b. Schneefrid..., Klavierauszug. Kabenhavn: WH, cl929; pi. no. 1942. 

c. Text orUy, 1 leaf, unidentified source. Printing information in lower left corner: 

Helsingfors, Hufvudstadsbladets Nya Tryckeri, 1921. 

Op. 31 Three works for male voices, with accompaniment. 

1. Laulu Lemminkaiselle (Weijola), male chorus and orchestra. 1896 

2. Har du mod? (Wecksell), male chorus, orchestra. 1904, rev. 1911 

3. At^narnes sing (Rydh)erg), boys' and men's voices, brass septet and percussion. 1899 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Full choral score. Mimeographed from manuscript, source unknowTi. 

No. 2 a. With Swedish and Finnish text (tr. Heikki Klemetti). Helsinki: REW, no date, plate no. 
R.E.W.1759, series Westerlundin Kuoro-ohjelmistio mieskuorolle, sarja I, N:o 34/35. 

b. Arrangement for piano, med ofverdryckt text. Helsingfors: AEL, cl913 by B&HNew York, 

pi. no. A.E.L.500. (*) 

c. Piano score, with text. Helsingfors: Lilius & Hertzberg, 1904. (*) 

No. 3 a. Arr. for piano, text in Swedish and Finnish (tr. by Yrjo Weijola). Helsingfors: HNM; 
Leipzig: B&H, no date [1899?], no pi. no. 
b. Full score, text in Swedish and Finnish. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date [1899?], 
no pi. no. 

Op. 32 Tulen synti, tone poem (Kalevala), for baritone solo, male chorus and orchestra. 1902, rev. 1910. 
Collection includes: 

a. Kuoro-osa [choral score], no place, no publisher, no date; printed from manuscript. 

b. Der Ursprung des Feuers... [piano-vocal score]. Leipzig: B&H, cl911, pi. no. 26719. 

c. Ukko the Fire-maker... [piano-vocal score]. New York: Associated Music Publ., cl911, 

no pi. no. Text in Finnish and English. 

Op. 33 Koskenlaskijan morsiamet (Oksanen), for baritone or mezzo-soprano and orchestra. 1897. 
Also known as The Ferryman's Bride. 
Collection includes: 

a. Full score, text in Finnish and German (Des Fahrmanns Briiute). Miami, Florida: KA, 

no date, no pi. no; series Kalmus Orchestra Library, conductor's score A5504. (") 

b. Arr. by the composer for male chorus and orchestra. Vocal score, no place, publisher, date, 

pi. no. Printed from manuscript. 

Op. 34 Ten bagatelles for piano 

1. Valse, D flat maj. 1914-15 4. Couplet. 1914 7. Danse pastorale. 1916 

2. Airdedanse. 1914? 5. Boutade. 1914 8. Joueur de harpe. 1916 

3. Mazurka. 1914-15 6. Reverie. 1913 9. Reconnaissance. 1916 

10. Souvenir. 1916 
Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Helsingfors: REW, no date; Leipzig: B&H, Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4851, cl915 B&H, New York, 
pi. no. 27747. Front cover lists nine bagatelles for op. 34 (nos. 1-9) 

(Op. 34 continued on next page) 



(Op. 34 continued) 

b. Helsinki: REW, no date, pi. no. R.E.W.61. (") 

c. Leipzig: B&H, cl915 B & H, New York, Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4851, pi. no. 27747. Front cover 

with Hubert Tannberg's undated signature. (*) 
No. 2 a. Helsinki: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.62. 

b. Ed. pour la Finlande. Helsingfors: REW, cl915 by B&H New York, pi. no. 27748. (*) 
No. 3 a. Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4853, cl915 by B&H New York, pi. no. 27749. (*) 

b. Helsingfors: REW, no date, cl915 by B&H, pi. no. R.E.W.63. (») 
No. 4 Helsingfors: REW, no date, cl915 by B&H, pi. no. 27750. 
No. 5 Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4855, cl915 by B&H New York; pi. no. 27751 . On front cover: Fiir Finland 

A/B REW O/Y, Helsingfors. (*) 
No. 6 Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4856, cl915 by B&H New York; pi. no. 27740. On front cover: Fiir Finland 

A/B REW O/Y, Helsingfors. (») 
No. 7 Helsinki: REW, no date, cl917 by B&H New York; pi. no. R.E.W.95. (**) 
No. 8 a. Helsinki: REW no date; on page 2: undated REW copyright notice and cl917 by B&H New 

York; pi. no. R.E.W.96. (»*) 
b. Helsinki: REW, no date, cl917 by B&H New York at bottom of p. 2; plate no. R.E.W.96. (*) 
No. 9 Helsinki: REW, no date, cl917 by B&H New York; pi. no. R.E.W.97. (»») 
No. 10 Ed. pour la Finlande. Helsingfors: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.271. 

Op. 35 Two songs with piano accompaniment 

1. Jubal Gosephson) 1907-1908 2. Teodora (Gripenberg) 1908 
Collection includes: 
No. 2 German, English, and Finnish. Leipzig: B&H, cl910; pi. no. D.L-V.5233/34. Finnish 
distributors listed on front cover. (*) 

Op. 36 Six songs with piano accompaniment 

1. Svarta rosor Gosephson) 1899 4. Sav, sav, susa (Froding) 1900 

2. Men mid fagel (Runeberg) 1899 5. Marssnon (Wecksell) 1900 

3. Bollspelet vid Trianon (Froding) 1899 6. Demanten pd marssnon (Wecksell 1900 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Swedish and German. B&H, cl904, 1905, pi. no. D.L-V.4775a. (*) 

No. 1-3 Swedish and German. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H., no date; pi. no. H.N.M.16 (*) 

No. 1,4,6 Copied from Jean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte Lieder fiir eine Singstimme und Klavier. 

Wiesbaden: B&H, 1966 (") 
No. 4 a. Swedish and Finnish; tr. Kyllikki Solantera. Wiesbaden: B&H; Helsinki: F, 

cl906, 1934 by B&H; no pi. no. (*) 
b. Swedish, Finnish and German. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date, no pi. no. (*) 
No. 5-6 Tvd Sanger vid piano... Helsingfors: AEL, no date; pi. no. A.E.L.199. (*) 
No. 6 a. Swedish and German. Leipzig: B&H, cl912, pi. no. D.L-V.5286. (*) 

b. Swedish and Finnish, tr. Aune Krohn. Helsinki: REW no date, cl912 by B&H; pi. no. 

R.E.W.956. (*) 

Op. 37 Five songs with piano accompaniment 

1. Den forsta kyssen (Runeberg) 1900 3. Soluppgang (Hedberg) 1902 

2. Lasse liten (Topelius) 1902 4. Var det en drom? (Wecksell) 1902 

5. Flickan kom ifrdn sin alsklings mote (Runeberg) 1901-'2 
Collection includes: 
No. 1,5 Copied from Jean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte Lieder fur eine Singstimme und Klavier. 

Wiesbaden: B&H, 1966 (»») 
No. 1 Swedish and German. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date, no pi. no. With Elin 

Hackhaim's undated signature. (*) 
No. 2 Swedish and German. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date; no pl.no. With Fanny von 
Kramer's signature, 1902. (*) 



No. 4 a. Swedish and German. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date; no pl.no. With Ina 
StorgSrds's undated signature. (*) 
b. Was it a dream? Ai-je reve?... English version by William Wallace; Traduction frangaise 
de J. d'Offoel. Berlin; Leipzig: B&H; Helsingfors: F, cl904 by B&H, 
pi. no. D.L-V.348L (») 
No. 5 a. English and French. Berlin; Leipzig: B&H; Helsingfors: F, cl904byB&H; 
pi. no. D.L-V.3488. (») 
b. Madchen kam vom Stelldichein... Deutsche Umdichtung von Alfr. Jul. Boruttau. Leipzig: 
B&H, C1906, pi. no. D.L-V.3473. (*) 

Op. 38 Five songs with piano accompaniment 

L Hostkvall (Rydberg) 1903 3. I natten (Rydberg) 1903 

2. Pd verandan (Rydberg) 1903 4. Harpolekaren (Rydberg) 1904 

5. Jag ville jag vore i Indialand (Eroding) 1904 
Collection includes: 
No. 1 Swedish and German. Leipzig: B&H, no date, no pi. no. Front cover inscribed by Sibelius, 

"Axel Carpela, amicus amico, Jean Sibelius, 19 1/X 03" [Oct.l, 1903J 
No. 2 Swedish and German. Wiesbaden: B&H, no date (1970s?), no pi. no. (**) 
No. 3 Swedish and German. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, no date, no pi. no. 
No. 4 Swedish and German. Wiesbaden: B&H, 1932; pi. no. D.L-V.3477. (") 

Op. 39 Symphony No. 1 in E minor. 1899, revised 1900. 
Collection includes: 

a. Symphonie No. 1 fiir grosses Orchester... Wiesbaden: B&H, cl902, 1930; pi. no. Part.B.1739. 

Series: Partitur-Bibliothek Nr. 3325); miniature score. (**) 

b. Conductor's score. Miami: KA, no date, no pi. no.; publisher's series no. A2047. (**) 

Op. 40 Pensees lyrique for piano 

1. Valsette. 1212 4. Menuetto. 1913 7. Rondoletto. 1914 

2. Chanson sans paroles. 1913 5. Berceuse. 1913 8. Scherzando. 1915 

3. Humoresque. 1913 6. Pensee melodique. 1914 9. Petite serenade. 1915 

10. Polonaise. 1916 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Helsinki: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.1734/21. 

b. Helsingfors: REW; Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. R.E.W.31. (*) 
No. 2 a. Helsingfors: HNM; Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. V.A.3907; series: Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 3907. 

b. Helsingfors: F; Leipzig, Berlin: B&H, cl914; no pi. no. Front cover printed in green and red, 

lists Op. 40, no. 1-5 in framed box. 

c. As in No. 2b but with pi. no. R.E.W.32; front cover in blue and red, and different 

advertisement on back cover. (*) 
No. 3 Helsingfors: F; Leipzig,: B&H, cl914; no pi. no. Front cover printed in green and red, lists 

Op. 40, no. 1-5 in framed box. 
No. 4 As in No. 2c but with pi. no. R.E.W.34. (**) 
No. 5 a. Helsingfors: F; Leipzig: B&H, cl914; no pi. no. Front cover printed in green and red, lists 

Op. 40, no. 1-5 in framed box. 
b. As in No. 2c but with pi. no. R.E.W.35, and all ten numbers listed on front cover. (*) 
No. 6 a. As in No. 2c but with pL no. R.E.W.36. 

b. Leipzig: B&H, cl916; plate no. 27740; Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4834. (*) 

c. Helsinki: REW, cl965; pL no. R.E.W.36. (*) 

No. 7 Helsinki: REW; copyright statement on p. 2 without date; pl.no. R.E.W.67. 

No. 8 Helsingfors: REW; Leipzig: B&H, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.272. Front cover printed in blue and 

red; all 10 numbers in framed box. 
No. 9 As in No. 8 but pi. no. R.E.W.273. 
No. 10 Helsingfors: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.93. Printed in Stockholm. (*) 



Op. 41 Kyllikki; three lyric pieces for piano. 1904. 
Collection includes: 
Leipzig: B&H, cl916; pi. no. V.A.2613. 

Op. 42 Romance in C major, for string orchestra. 1904. 
Collection includes: 

Full score. London: BCMA, cl909 by B&H New York; pi. no. 2139. 

Op. 43 Symphony No. 2 in D major. 1901-1902 
Collection includes: 

a. Miniature score. Leipzig: B&H, cl903, 1913; pi. no. 30693; Partitur-Bibliothek Nr. 3323. 

Two copies, variant printings. (**) 

b. Full score. New York: Associated Music Publishers, no date, "only authorized American 

reprint edition of the original Breitkopf & Hartel edition." PI. no. Part.B.1784. 
Signed by Fabien Sevitzky, with his performance markings for April 1, 1963, and 
March 14, 1965. (**) 

Op. 44 Incidental music to Kuolema (Jarnefelt), for voice and small orchestra. Originally written in 1903, six 
"scenes" for string orchestra, bass drum, and church bells. No. 1 revised in 1904 as "Valse 
triste"; numbers 3 and 4 revised in 1906 as "Scene with Cranes," op. 62. 
Collection includes: 

Mo. 1 Valse triste [arr. for piano]. Leipzig: B&H, cl904; pi. no. V.A.2224. 

No. 2 a. Orchestral score, blue ballpoint manuscript, unidentified hand, on music paper printed by 
Westerlund. Caption: "Kuolema" / Scene with cranes / Jean Sibelius / Andante sostenuto. 
b. Kurkikohtaus, Scene with Cranes..., op. 44 nr. 2, score— partitur. Helsinki: F, 1973; 
pi. no. F.M.5378. (**) 

Op. 45 Two pieces for orchestra 

1. The Dryad. 1910 2. Dance Intermezzo, 1904 for piano, rev. for orchestra, 1907 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 Piano reduction. Leipzig: B&H, cl910; Finnland: HNM; pi. no. V.A.3335. 
No. 2. a. Arr. for piano. Helsingfors: HNM; cl904 by B&H; pi. no. H.N.M.405. 
With Agnes Frojdman's signature. 

b. Arr. for the Goldman Band by Franz Henning... New York: CF, cl946; pi. no. N951. 

Conductor's score; photostatic copy. 

c. Conductor's score. Miami, Florida: KA, no date, no pi. no. Verbal information from 

publisher: "1984 printing from 1907 edition." (**) 

d. Conductor's score. Beriin [etc.]: B&H, cl907; pi. no. Part.B.2056. (**) 

e. "Musik zu einer Scene." Photostatic copy of manuscript score for full orchestra, 27 pages, 

with stamp of Oy. Yleisradio Ab., Helsinki. Earlier, Johnson and Terrell had 
mistaken this to be an unidentified work; Prof. Dahlstrom corrected this in a letter, 
July 2, 1992, in which he states: Musik zu einer Scene" was performed in Helsinki, at 
a lottery arranged by the Philharmonic Society, March 5, 1904... This music was 
freely arranged for piano by ]S in the spring 1904 (the introduction shortened, and 
many other changes, but the musical material is the same, compare for instance 
"Musik..." b. 32, "Tanz-Intermezzo' b. 5) and sold to Fazer. 

Op. 46 Incidental music to Pelleas et Melisande (Maeterlinck). Concert suite for small orchestra, 1905. 
Collection includes: 

a. Arr. for piano solo. Revisionen & Bearbeitungen von Paul Juon. [In two parts.] Berlin: 

SBM (RL), cl905; pi. no.S.9330 1 and S.9330 II. 

b. Miniature score. New York: KA, no date, no pi. no.; publisher's series no. 139. (**) 

c. Die drei blinden Schwestern (aus "Pelleas und Melisande"...); Les trois saeurs aveugles... 

[Voice and piano, text in German, French, and Swedish]. Berlin: SBM (RL), cl905; 
pi. no. S.9333. C^) 



Op. 47 Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra. 1903-1904. 
Collection includes: 
Miniature score. London [etc.]: EE, copyright by RL, Berlin; pi. no. E.E.4892. 

Op. 48 Vapautettu kuningatar (Cajander), ballad for mixed chorus and orchestra. 1906. Also known as 
Snellman's Fest Cantata. 
Collection includes: 

a. Choral score, no place, publisher, date, or pi. no. Caption: Vapautettu kuningatar... / 

Mieskuorolle.... / Op. 48A. 

b. Piano- vocal score, in German, English, and French. Berlin-Lichterfelde: RL, cl907 

(Schlesinger), renewed cl935; pi. no. S.9337. 

c. Facsimile printing of Sibelius's manuscript, captioned. Can tat SielV laulavi kuningatar ... 

Stamp of Abo Akademi on verso of p. 1 1 . 

Op. 49 Pohjolan tytar, symphonic fantasia for orchestra. 1906. 
Collection includes: 

Full score. New York: KA, no date, no pi. no. On page [2]: "Pohjola's Tochter, a German 
translation of seven Kalevala verses." (**) 

Op. 50 Sixsongs, voice and piano. 1906. 

1. Lenzgesang (Fitger) 3. Im Feld ein Madchen singt (Susman) 5. Die stille Stadt (Dehmel) 

2. Sehnsucht (Weiss) 4. Aus banger Brust (Dehmel) 6. Rosenlied (Ritter) 
Collection includes: 

No. 1-6 Edition for high voice; text in German, English, Swedish, and Finnish. Helsingfors: HNM, 

cl907 SBM (RL), Berlin; pi. no. S.9893. (*) 
No. 3 Article about Sibelius, including score, from Nord und Sud, eine deutsche Monatsschrift, 

Berlin, Vol. 127, no. 381, Dec. 1908. (") 

Op. 51 Incidental music to Belsazars gastabud (Procopje). Originally in eight numbers, written 1906; 
numbers 1-3, 5-6 revised 1907 as Concert suite for orchestra. 
Collection includes: 

a. Full score. Berlin: SBM (RL), cl907; pi. no. S.9339. 

b. Piano reduction. Berlin: SBM (RL), cl907; renewed cl935 by P. Juon, Vevey; pl.no. S.9339A. 

Op. 52 Symphony No. 3 in C major. 1907. 
Collection includes: 

Miniature score. Berlin-Lichterfelde: RL; London: Oxford Univ. Press, n.d.; pi. no. S.9432. (**) 

Op. 53a Pan and Echo, dance intermezzo no. 3, for orchestra. 1907. 
Collection includes: 

Full score. Miami: KA, no date, no pi. no.; 1980s printing. (**) 

Op. 54 Incidental music to Svanevit (Strindberg), suite for orchestra. 1908-1909. 
Collection includes: 

a. Piano reduction (Doebber). Berlin: SBM, cl911; pl.no. S.9469 A. (») 

b. Full score. Miami: KA, no date, no pi. no., 1980s printing. (**) 

Op. 55 Night Ride and Sunrise, tone poem for orchestra. 1908. 
Collection includes: 
Full score. Miami, Florida: KA, no date, no pl.no., 1980s printing. (**) 

Op. 56 Voces intimae, string quartet in D minor. 1909. 
Collection includes: 

Miniature score. London; Zurich: EE No. 294, no date, cl909 by SBM (RL), Berlin; 
pi. no. E.E.5808. (") 



Op. 57 Eight songs (Josephson), with piano accompaniment. 1909. 

1. Alven och snigeln 3. Kvarnhjulet 6. Hertig Magnus 

2. En blomma stod vid vagen 4. Maj 7. Vanskapens blomma 

5. Jag ar ett trad 8. Nacken 

Collection includes: 
No. 3 Das MUhlrad (Th. Rehbaum); The millwheel (Herbert Harper); Quarnhjulet... Berlin: 

SBM, C1910; pi. no. S.9498 (3) A,B. In German, English, and Swedish. (*) 
No. 4 Mai (Th. Rehbaum)... Berlin: SBM, cl910; pi. no. S.9498 (4) A,B. In German, English, 
and Swedish. (*) 

Op. 58 Ten pieces for piano. 1909. 

1. Reverie 4. Der Hirt 7. Tempo di menuetto 

2. Scherzino 5. Des Abends 8. Fischerlied 

3. Airvarie 6. Dialogue 9. Standchen 

10. Sommerlied 
Collection includes: 
No.l Leipzig: B&H, cl910; pi. no. V.A.3201. 
No. 2 Leipzig: B&H, cl910; pi. no. V.A.3202. 
No. 5 Leipzig: B&H, cl910; pi. no. V.A.3205. 
No. 7 Helsingfors: HNM, cl910 B&H; pi. no. V.A.3207. 
No. 8 Helsingfors: HNM, cl910 B&H; pi. no. V.A.3208. 
No. 9 Helsingfors: HNM, cl910 B&H; pL no. V.A.3209. 
No. 10 Helsingfors: HNM, cl910 B&H; pi. no. V.A.3210. 

Op. 59 In memoriam, funeral march for orchestra. 1909, rev. 1910. 
Collection includes: 

a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl910; fiir Finnland: AEL, Helsingfors; pi. no. Part.B.2150. 

b. Piano reduction by Otto Taubmann. Leipzig: B&H, cl910; fiir Finnland: AEL, Helsingfors; 

pi. no. V.A.3486. 

Op. 60 Two songs for Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (transl. Hagberg), with guitar or piano. 1909. 
1. Komnuhit, dod 2. Och nar som jag var en liten smddrang 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Komm herbei, Tod... Leipzig: B&H, cl910; fur Finnland: HNM; Helsingfors: AEL; pi. no. 
D.L.-V.5253. In German, English, Swedish, and French. (*) 
b. Copied from Jean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte Lieder fiir eine Singstimme und Klavier. 
Wiesbaden: B&H, 1966 (**) 
No. 2 Heisa hopsa, bei Regen und Wind... Leipzig [etc.]: B&H, cl910; fiir Finnland: HNM; 
pi. no.D.L.-V.5256. In German and Swedish. (*) 

Op. 61 Eight songs with piano accompaniment. 1910. 

1. Ldngsamt kom kvallsskyn (Tavaststjema) 5. Romans (Tavaststjerna) 

2. Vattenplask (Rydberg) 6. Dolce far niente (Tavaststjerna) 

3. Nar jag drommer (Tavaststjerna) 7. Fafang onskan (Runeberg) 

4. Romeo (Tavaststjerna) 8. Vartagen (Gripenberg) 
Collection includes: 

No. 2 Wellenflustern... Leipzig: B&H, cl911; pi. no. D.L.-V .5296/97. In German, English, 

and Swedish. (*) 
No. 4 Romeo... Leipzig: B&H, cl911; pi. no. D.L.-V.5299. In German, English, and Swedish. (*) 
No. 5 Romanze... Leipzig: B&H, cl911; pi. no. D.L.-V .5300. In German, English, and Swedish. (*) 
No. 6 Dolce far niente... Leipzig: B&H, cl911; fiir Finnland: AEL, Helsingfors; pi. no. D.L.-V.5412. 

In German, English, and Swedish. (*) 
No. 8 Friihlingszauber... Leipzig: B&H, cl911; fiir Finnland: AEL, Helsingfors; pi. no. D.L.-V.5415. 

In German, English, and Swedish. (*) 



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Op. 62 Two pieces from the Incidental music to Kuolerma. See also op. 44. 1910-1911. 

1. Canzonetta 2. Valse romantique 

Collection includes: 
No.l a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H 01911; pi. no. Part.B.2313. 

b. Piano solo, arr. by Taubmann. Leipzig: B&H, cl911; pi. no. V.A.3616. 
No. 2 Piano solo, arr. by O. Taubmann. Leipzig: B&H,cl911; pi. no. E.B.3617. 

Op. 63 Symphony No. 4 in A minor. 1911 . 
Coilection includes: 

Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl912, 1940; Partitur-Bibliothek no. 3326. 
Two copies, variant printings. (**) 

Op. 64 The Bard, tone poem for orchestra. 1913, rev. 1914. 
Collection includes: 

a. Piano solo, arr. by H. Gartner. Leipzig: B&H, cl916; pl.no. 27826. 

b. Miniature score. London: BCMA, cl914 by B&H; no pi. no. (**) 

c. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. Part.B.2382. (") 

Op. 65 Two part-songs for mixed chorus a cappella 

1. Man frdn slatten och havet (Knape) 1911 2. Kellosavel Kallion kirkossa (Engstrom) 1912 
Collection includes: 
No. 2 a. Die Glockenmelodie in der Kirche zu Berghdll. Text von H. Klemetti [sic], deutsche 

Nachdichtung von Alfr. Jul. Boruttau. Vocal score, photostatic copy; 

cl914 by B&H New York; pi. no. Part.B.2381. 

b. Piano arr. Leipzig: B&H, cl912; Helsingfors: AEL; 

pi. no.V.A.3900 / A.E.L.467. 

c. Piano arr. Helsingfors: AEL, cl912 by B&H; pi. no. A.E.L.467.n 

Op. 66 Scenes historiques II, suite for orchestra. 1912. 

1. The chase 2. Love-song 3. At the draw-bridge 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl913; pi. no. Part.B.2342a (*») 

b. Piano solo, arr. by Ferd. Rebay. Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. 27493. 
No. 2 a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl913; pi. no. Part.B.2342b (*») 

b. Piano solo, arr. by Ferd. Rebay. Leipzig: B&H, cl914; pi. no. 27494. 
No. 3 a. Full score. Leipzig: B&H, cl913; pi. no. Part.B.2342c (**) 

b. Piano solo, arr. by Ferd. Rebay. Leipzig: B&H, cl 914; pi. no. 27495. 

Op. 67 Three sonatinas for piano. 1912. 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 "In A Dur." Leipzig: B&H, cl912; Helsingfors: AEL; pi. no. 3845. Dahlstrom p. 57: 

Op. 67, no. 1, "F sharp minor." 
No. 2 In E Dur. Leipzig: B&H, cl912; Helsingfors: AEL; pL no. 3846. 
No. 3 "In Des Dur." Leipzig: B&H, cl912; Helsingfors: AEL; pi. no. 3847. Actually: B flat minor; 

not corrected by B&H until 1980! Cf. B flat minor in Dahlstrom p. 57. 

Op. 68 Two rondmos for piano. 1911-1912. 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Op. 68, Nr. 1. Vienna; London: UE, cl913; pi. no.U.E.3848. In G sharp minor. (**) 

No. 2 RondinoIL Leipzig: B&H, cl913 by UE; pi. no. U.E.3849/V.A.3947. In C sharp minor (*) 

Op. 69 Two serenades for violin and orchestra. 1912-1913. 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Arr. for violin and piano by Hermann Gartner. Leipzig: B&H, cl913; pi. no. V.A.3936. 
No. 2 Full score. Miami: KA, no date, no pi. no; series no. A5677. (**) 



Op. 70 Luonnotar, tone poem for soprano and orchestra. 1913. Spirit of Nature; horn \ihe 
Kalevala, I, 110-242 passim. 
Collection includes: 

a. Piano reduction, text in German and Finnish. Leipzig [etc.]: B&H, cl915; pi. no. 27676. 

Laid in: Finnish text, single sheet, unidentified source, 21 x 14 cm. 

b. Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl981, Part.-Bib. Nr. 5076. (") 

Op. 71 Incidental music to Scaramouche, tragic pantomime by Knudsen and Bloch, for orchestra. 1913. 
Collection includes: 

Partition piano seul, par Otto Olsen. Ketbenhavn: WH, cl919, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt; 
pi. no. 15827. 

Op. 72 Six songs with piano accompaniment 

1. Vi ses igen (Rydberg). "Not found," Dahlstrom p. 127. 4. Kaiutar (Larin-Kyosti) 1915 

2. Orions balte CTopelius) "Not found," ibid. 5. Der Wanderer und der Bach (GreiO 1915 

3. Kyssen (Rydberg) 1915 6. Hundra vagar (Runeberg). "Latest 1907' 

Dahlstrom p. 121; 1907 confirmed 1992 . 
Collection includes: 
No. 3 Der Kuji... Deutsche Nachdichtung von Alfr. Jul. Boruttau. Wiesbaden: B&H, no date; 

pl.no. D.L.-V.5456/57. In German and Swedish.(**) 
No. 4 Kaiutar. Hameenlinna: Arvi A. Karisto, 1915; no pi. no. (*) 
No. 5 Der Wanderer... Wiesbaden: B&H, cl916; pi. no. D.L.-V.5460 (»») 
No. 6 Hundert Wege... Wiesbaden: B&H, cl916; pL no. D.L.-V.5461.(") 

Op. 73 The Oceanides, tone poem for orchestra. Written in 1914 with title Aallottaret (Nymphs of the 
Ocean), rev. 1914 as The Oceanides. 
Collection includes: 
Klavierauszug von Herm. Gartner. Leipzig: B&H, cl915; pi. no. 27780, 

Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4460. 
Microfilm of the manuscript, with other materials; see page 69. 

Op. 74 Four lyric pieces for piano. 1914. 

1. Ekloge 3. Auf dem Tanzvergniigen 

2. Sanfter Westwind 4. Im alten Heim 
Collection includes: 

No.M Four parts. Leipzig: B&H, cl915; pi. no. 27604-7, Ed. Breitkopf Nr. 4491-4. 

No. 4 with.Gerda Schybergsen's signature, Nov. 1917, and annotations throughout. 

Op. 75 Five pieces for piano. 1914. 

1. Nar ronnen blommar 2. Den ensamma furan 4. Bjorken 
3. Aspen 5. Granen 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 Helsinki: REW, no date, cl922 by WH Copenhagen; ed.and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York.; 

pi. no. R.E.W.459. 
No. 2 Kebenhavn: WH; Finland: REW, no date, pi. no. R.E.W.460. (*) 
No. 3 Kobenhavn: WH; Finland: REW, no date, pi. no. R.E.W.461. (*) 
No. 4 Helsinki: REW, no date, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York; 

pi. no. R.E.W.462. 
No. 5 Helsinki: REW, no date, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York; 
pi. no. R.E.W.463. 



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Op. 76 Thirteen pieces for piano 

1. Esquisse. 1911 

2. Etude. 1911 


5. 
6. 


Consolation. 1919 
Romanzetta. 1914? 


9. Arabesque. 1916 

10. Elegiaco. 1916 


3. Carillon. 1911? 


7. 


Affettuoso. 1916 


11. Linnaea. 1914 


4. Humoresque. 1916 


8. 


Piece enfantine. 1916 


12. Capricietto. 1913 

13. Harlequinade. 1916 



Collection includes: 

No. 1 Copenhagen: WH,cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; pi. no. A.E.L.llZS. 
No. 2 Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; pi. no. A.E.L.1174. 

(Appears to be a fairly recent printing.) 
No. 3 Copenhagen: WH,cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; on front cover: Forlagsratt for Finland: AEL; pi. no. A.E.L.n75. 
No. 4 Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; on front cover: Forlagsratt for Finland: AEL; pi. no. A.E.L.1176. (*) 
No. 5 Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; on front cover: Forlagsratt for Finland: AEL; pi. no. A.E.L.ll 77. 
No. 6 Copenhagen: WH,cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; on front cover: Forlagsratt for Finland: AEL; pi. no. A.E.L.1178. 
No. 7 Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; on front cover: Forlagsratt for Finland: AEL; pi. no. A.E.L.n79. 
No. 8 a. Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW pi. no. R.E.W.1180. 

(Appears to be a fairly recent printing.) 
b. Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Forlagsratt for Finland: 

REW; pi. no. A.E.L.1180. (») 
No. 9 Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; on front cover: Forlagsratt for Finland: AEL; pi. no. A. E.L.I 181. (*) 
No. 10 Copenhagen: WH, cl912, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York. Ejendom for Finland: 

REW; pi. no. R.E.W.1182 (») 

(Appears to be a fairly recent printing.) 
No. 11 Helsingfors: REW; on front cover: AEL; pi. no.A.E.L.n83. (*) 
No. 12 Helsingfors: REW; on front cover: AEL; pi. no. A.E.L.1184. 
No. 13 Helsingfors: REW; on front cover: AEL; pi. no.A.E.L.1185. 

(Appears to be a fairly recent printing.) 

Op. 77 Two pieces for violin (or violoncello) and orchestra 

1. Laetare anima mea; cantique. 1914 2. Devotion (Ab imo pectore) 1915 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Kabenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl922; pi. no. 17733. 

b. Helsingfors: AEL, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1216. (*) 
No. 2 Helsingfors: AEL, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; pL no. A.E.L.1217. (*) 

Op. 78 Four pieces for violin (or violoncello) and piano 

1. Impromptu. 1915 3. Religiose. 1917 

2. Romance in F major. 1915 4. Rigaudon. 1915 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Kebenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl923; pi. no. 18200. 

No. 2 a. Helsinki: REW, cl922 by WH; pi. no. R.E.W.1219.. 

b. Helsingfors: AEL, cl923 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1219. (*) 
With Carl Rudolf Gandberg's signature, dated Jan. 1924. 
No. 3 Helsingfors: AEL, cl923 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1219. (*) 
No. 4 Kabenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl923; pi. no. 18201. 



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Op. 79 Six pieces for violin and piano 

1. Souvenir. 1915? 3. Danse caracteristique. 1916 5. Tanz-Idylle. 1917 

2. Tempo di menuetto. 1917? 4. Serenade. 1916 6. Berceuse. 1917 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Helsingfors: AEL, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1222. 
No. 3 Helsingfors: AEL, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1224. 
No. 4 Helsingfors: AEL, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1225. (*) 
No. 5 Helsingfors: AEL, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. A.E.L.1226. (*) 
No. 6 Kobenhavn & Leipzig: WH cl922; pi. no.l7732. 

Op. 80 Sonatina in E major for violin and piano. 1915. 
Collection includes: 
Kabenhavn: WH, cl921; pi. no. 17734. Probably a 1950s printing. 

Op. 81 Five pieces for violin and piano 

1. Mazurka. 1915 2. Rondino. 1917 4. Aubade. 1918 

3. Valse. 1917 5. Menuetto. 1918 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 Helsinki: REW, cl916 by B&H, New York; pi. no. R.E.W.68. 
No. 2 a. Helsinki: REW, cl917 by B&H, New York; pi. no. R.E.W.221. 

b. As in 2a but later printing, smaller overall size. (*) 
No. 3 Helsinki: REW, cl955; pi. no. R.E.W.68. Design and size as in no. 2b but green and 

white rather than brown and white. 
No. 4 Helsinki: REW, cl919 by B&H, New York; pi. no. R.E.W.319. 
No. 5 Helsinki: REW, cl919 by B&H, New York; pi. no. R.E.W.320. 

Op. 82 Symphony No. 5 in E flat major. 1915, rev. 1916 and 1919. 
Collection includes: 

a. Miniature score. Copenhagen: WH, cl921; pi. no. 17539. 

a. Another miniature score; as above but later printing. 

Op. 84 Five part-songs for male voices a cappella 

1. Herr Lager och Skon fager (Froding) 1914 3. Ett drommackord (Froding) 1915 

2. Pd berget (Gripenberg) 1914 or 1915 4. Evige Eros (Gripenberg) 1915 

5. Till havs (Reuter) 1917 
Collection includes: 
No. 1-4 As numbers 15, 18, 19, and 20, pages 56-88, in: Muntra Musikanter, printed by Tidnings- och 

Tryckeri A/B, Helsingfors. 
No. 5 a. In Swedish and Finnish (Suom. Kyllikki Solantera). Loose-leaf; Helsinki: REW, no date; 
pi. no. R.E.W.1827. 

b. Merta piiin... (Suom. R. R. R.) Finnish only; translation differs much from the above. 

Loose-leaf heliograph; no place, publisher, date. 

c. Another heliograph edition, in Swedish; no place, publisher, date. (*) 

Op. 85 Five pieces for piano 

1. Bellis. Latest 1917 2. Oeillet. 1916 4. Aquileja. 1917 

3. Iris. 1916 5. Campanula. 1917 

Collection includes: 
No. 1-5 a. Five parts. Helsingfors: REW, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, 
New York; pi. no. R.E.W.464-468. (*) 
b. As above, same pi. numbers but later printing, smaller overall size. 

Op. 86 Six songs, with piano accompaniment. 1916. 

1. Varfornimmelser (Tavaststjerna) 4. Och finns det en tanke? (Tavaststjerna) 

2. Langtan heter min arvedel (Karlfellt) 5. S5ngarl6n (Snoilsky) 

3. Dold forening (Snoilsky) 6. I systrar, I broder (Lybeck) 

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Collection includes: 

No. 1-5 Six parts. Helsingfors: REW, cl923 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New 
York; pi. no. A.E.L.1205-1210. (*) 

Op. 87 Humoresquesl-2, for violin and orchestra. 1917. 
1. D minor (rev. ca. 1939) 2. D major 
Collection includes: 
Miniature score. Kobenhavn: WH, cl942; pi. no. 26419. (»*) 

Op. 88 Six songs, with piano accompaniment. 1917. 

1. Bldsippan (Franz^n) 3. Vitsippan (Franzen) 5. Tornet (Runeberg) 

2. De bagge rosorna (Franzen) 4. Sippan (Runeberg) 6. Blommans ode (Runeberg) 
Collection includes: 

No. 1-3 Five scores. Helsingfors: REW, cl923 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New 
56 York; pi. no. R.E.W.482-5, 486-7. (») 

Op. 89 Humoresques 3-6, for violin and orchestra. 1917-1918. 

3. G minor 4. G minor 5. E flat major 6. G minor 
Collection includes: 

No. Piano reduction by Karl Ekman; each no. with score and solo part. Helsingfors: REW, cl923 
3,4,6 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York; 

pi. no. R.E.W.499, 500, 502. (») 
No. 3-6 Miniature score. Kobenhavn: WH, cl942; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York; 

pi. no. 26420. Hansen no. 3788b. (**) 

Op. 90 Six songs (Runeberg), with piano accompaniment. 

1. Norden. 1917 4. Fagelfangaren. 1917 

2. Hennesbudskap. 1917, rev. 1918 5. Sommarnatten. 1917 

3. Morgonen. 1917 6. Vem styrde hit din vag? 1917-1918 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Helsinki: REW, cl962; pi. no. R.E.W.236. In Swedish, German and Finnish. (*) 

No. 2 Helsinki: REW, no date.[1918?]; pi. no. R.E.W.237. In Swedish and German. At end of score: 

B. & H., in small frame. (*) 
No. 3 Helsinki: REW, no date.[1920?]; pi. no. R.E.W.238. In Swedish and German. At end of score: 

B. & H., in small frame. (*) 
No. 4 Helsinki: REW, no date.[1920?]; pi. no. R.E.W.239. In Swedish and German. At end of score: 

B. & H., in small frame. (*) 
No. 5 Helsinki: REW, no date.[1920?J; pi. no. R.E.W.240. In Swedish and German. At end of score: 

B. & H., in small frame. (*) 
No. 6 Helsinki: REW; Leipzig: B&H, no date [1920?]; pi. no. R.E.W.246. Swedish and German. (») 

Op. 91 Two marches 

1. Jaakarimarssi, for male chorus and piano (Nurmio) 1917 

2. Partiolaisten marssi, for mixed chorus and orchestra (Finne) 1921. Scout March; also known as De( 
danske spejderes march, and The world song, of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Full score. Marsch der finnlandischen Jager... Leipzig: B&H, cl918; pi. no. Part.B.2494. 

b. Piano-vocal score. Leipzig: B&H, cl918; Helsingfors: REW; pi. no. D.L.-V.5483. 

Cover design as in No. 1 . 

c. Score, for tenor, bass, and piano. Heliograph from a manuscript score, probably Sibelius's 

hand; no place or publisher. Swedish verses in score; Finnish verses 1-2 written above 
title, vers 3 at end of score. Four pages. 

d. Another heliograph edition without place, publisher, or date, vocal score for TTBB. This 

one also has three marches by other composers. Text of Jaakarimarssi in Finnish. (*) 

(Op. 91 continued on next page) 



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(Op. 91 continued) 

No. 2 a. Full orchestral score. Kobenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl922; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, 
New York; pi. no. 17858. 

b. Piano reduction and vocal score SATB on facing pages. Kebenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl922; 

pi. no. 17760. 

c. The world song..., English: Gavin Ewart, French: Francine Cockenpot. Piano-vocal score. 

K0benhavn: WH, 1952; pi. no. 26987. 

Op. 92 Oma maa (Kallio), cantata for mixed chorus and orchestra. 1918. 
Collection includes: 

Piano-vocal score. (Swedish tr. by Joel Rundt 1945, piano reduction by Jussi Jalas. Helsinki: 
REW, C1945; pi. no. R.E.W.2461. 

Op. 93 Jordens sing, cantata for mixed chorus and orchestra. Composed 1919 for the dedication of Abo 
Academy; text by Hemmer. 
Collection includes: 
Choral score. Helsingfors: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.888. 

Op. 94 Six pieces for piano. 1919. 

1. Danse 3. Sonnet 5. M^lodie 

2. Nouvelette 4. Berger et bergerette 6. Gavotte 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Helsingfors: REW, cl920 by B&H, New York; pi. no. R.E.W.195. 

No. 2 Helsinki: REW, no date; pi. no. R.E.W.196. This is probably a recent printing, from the REW 

edition with cl967. (*) 
No. 3 Helsinki: REW, no date [1920?]; pi. no. R.E.W.207. At end of score: B.&H., in small frame. (*) 
No.4 Helsinki: REW, no date [1920?]; pi. no. R.E.W.208. At end of score: B.&H., in small frame. (*) 
No. 5 Helsingfors: REW, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York; 

pi. no. R.E.W.469 
No. 6 Helsingfors: REW, cl922 by WH, Copenhagen; ed. and rev. by Burt; pi. no. R.E.W.470. 

Op. 95 Maan virsi (Leino), cantata for mixed chorus and orchestra. 1920. 
Collection includes: 

a. Full score. Maan virsi..., Hymn til jorden. Sv. text av Raf. Lindqvist. Helsinki: R.E. 

Westerlund, 1945; pi. no. R.E.W.2545/NMF 3029. 

b. Piano-vocal score. Maan virsi; Hymn to the Earth. Englished by Paul Sjoblom. Helsinki: 

R.E. Westerlund, 1945; plate no. R.E.W.2430. 

c. Choral score. Maan virsi..., Hymne auf das Land. Deutsch von Elisabeth Kurkiala. 

Helsinki: R. E. Westerlund, 1945; plate no. R.E.W.2430a. In Finnish, Swedish, 
English, and German. (*) 

d. Text only, single sheet, Finnish and Swedish. Swedish translation by Albert Gebhard 

rather than R. Lindqvist. 

Op. 96 Three pieces for piano or orchestra. 1919-1921. 

1. Valse lyrique 2. Autrefois, scene pastorale with two sopranos ad lib. 

3. Valse chevaleresque 
Collection includes: 
No. 1 a. Piano version. For Finland: REW, Helsingfors; cl921 in USA. by WH, Kopenhagen; Stich 
u. Druck Mandruck G.m.b.H. Miinchen; pi. no. R.E.W.368. (») 
b. Piano version. For Finland: REW, Helsingfors; cl921 in US.A. by WH, Kopenhagen; pi. no. 
R.E.W.368. Probably early 1980s printing. 
No. 2 Piano version. Kobenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl921; edited [here spelled "Etided"] and rev. by 

Julia A. Burt, New York; pi. no. 17670. On front cover: London, Augener, Limited. 
No. 3 Piano version. Kobenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl922; ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt, New York; 
pi. no.l7895. 



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Op. 97 Six Bagatelles for piano. 1920. 

1. Humoresque I 3. Kleiner Walzer 5. Impromptu 

2. Lied 4. Humoristischer Marsch 6. Humoresque II 
Collection includes: 

No. 2 Leipzig: B&H, cl921; pi. no. 28625; Ed. Breitkopf 5178. 
No. 3 Helsinki: REW, cl921 by B&H, Leipzig; pi. no. R.E.W 507. 
No. 4 Leipzig: B&H, cl921; pi. no. 28631; Ed.Breitkopf 5180 (*) 
No. 5 Helsinki: REW, cl921 by B&H, Leipzig; pL no. R.E.W 509. 
No. 6 Leipzig: B&H, cl921; pi. no. 28633; Ed. Breitkopf 5182. 

Op. 98a Suite mignonne, for two flutes and string orchestra. 1921. 
Collection includes: 

a. All instrumental parts. Cover: Johannes Oertel, Berlin-Grunewald; fiir alle iibrigen 

Lander: Chappell & Co., London, cl921; pi. no. A.7319F. 
(Violin I and II parts are a later printing.) 

b. Piano reduction. London: Chappell, cl921; pi. no. 7317. 

Op. 98b Suite champetre, for string orchestra. 1921. 
Collection includes: 

Miniature score. Kcbenhavn: WH, cl932, 1948 printing; pi. no. 18198; Hansen Edition 
Nr. 2284b. {**) 

Op. 99 Eight short pieces for piano. 1922. 

1. Piece humoristique 3. Souvenir 6. Animoso 

2. Esquisse 4. Impromptu 7. Moment de valse 

5. Couplet 8. Petite marche 

Collection includes: 
No. 1-8 Eight parts, all published by Fazer's Musikhandel, Helsingfors, no date, pi. no. 
F.M.1796-1803. ONo.3. 

Op. 100 Suite caracteristique, for harp and string orchestra. 1922. 
Collection includes: 
Piano reduction. Kebenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl924; pi. no. 18394. 

Op. 101 Five romantic pieces for piano. 1923. 

1. Romance 2. Chant desoir 4. Humoresque 

3. Scene lyrique 5. Scene romantique 

Collection includes: 

No. 1-4 Four parts. Kebenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl925 by CF, New York; ed. and rev. by W. F. 
Ambrosio; pi. no. 18782-18785; Hansen Edition No. 2462-5. 

Op. 103 Five characteristic impressions for piano. 1924. 

1. The village church 2. The fiddler 4. The storm 

3. The oarsman 5. In mournful mood 
Collection includes: 

No. 1-4 Four parts. Kebenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl925 by CF, New York; ed. and rev. by W. F. 
Ambrosio; pi. no. 18777-18780; Hansen Edition No. 2457-60. 

Op. 104 Symphony No. 6 in D minor. 1923. 
Collection includes: 

a. Miniature score. Kobenhavn: WH, 1946; pi. no. 24590b; Hansen Edition Nr. 3343b. (**) 

b. Miniature score. Copenhagen: WH, rev. ed., 1981; pi. no. 24590b; Hansen Ed. Nr. 3343b. (**) 

Op. 105 Symphony No. 7 in C major. 1924. 
Collection includes: 
Miniature score. Kebenhavn: WH, no date, cl925; pi. no. 18658; Hansen Ed. Nr. 2426b. 



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Op. 106 Five Danses Champetres, for violin and piano. 1925. 
Collection includes: 

No. 1 Parts and score. Kobenhavn: WH, cl926 by CF; pi. no. 19407. 

No. 2-4 Three parts and scores. Kabenhavn & Leipzig: WH, cl926 by CF; pi. no. 19408-19410; Hansen 

Ed. No. 3133-3135. These appear to be from an earlier printing than the Hansen 

edition listed for No. 1. 

Op. 107a Herran siunaus, for liturgist and organ. 1925. 
Collection includes: 

Photostatic copy of an unidentified source, p.233-234; possibly of the 1st ed. in Suomen 
evankelis-luterilaisen Messusavelmat, 1925. 
Op. 107b Johdantovuorolauluja. 1925. Three antiphonies: 

(1) Palmusunnuntaina [Palm Sunday], for liturgist, congregation, and organ; 

(2) Pyhainpaivana [All Saints Day], for liturgist and choir; 

(3) Rukouspaivana [General Prayers, for liturgist, congregation, and organ. 
Dahlstrom p. 131-132; gives title of no. 3 as KristiUisissa nuorisojuhlissa. 
Collection includes: 

Photostatic copy from an unidentified source, p. 153-4, 187-8, and 192-3 respectively. 
Running title: Graduaaleja. 
Please note: Until 1992, Herran siunaus and Johdantovuorolauluja are usually listed among works 
without opus number, op. 107 was tentatively awarded to Den hoga himlen (1926); cf. 
Dahlstrom p. 88. In a letter of July 2, 1992, Prof. Dahlstrom writes: "We (Kilpelainen, 
Dahlstrom) are now sure of "Den hoga himlen" is a work without opus number. Op. 107 is 
[Herran siunaus, Johdantovuyorolauluja]. Source: a worklist (holograph) by JS 1912-31 in the 
Sibelius collection. State Archives, Helsinki. In other work lists of JS you can read many 
confusing things about op. 107, therefore the unclear situation." 

Op. 108 Two part-songs (Larin-Kyosti), for male chorus a cappella. 1925. 

1. Humoreski 2. Ne pitkan matkan kulkijat 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 As no. 15 in Laulu-Miesten, Lauluja 11, p. 69-81. Helsinki: Laulu-Miehet, 1956. Detached. 
No. 2 As no. 166 in Laulu-Miesten, Lauluja 111, p. 700-705. Helsinki: Laulu-Miehet, 1955. Detached. 

Op. 109 Incidental music to Shakespeare's TTie Tewipesf. 1925 
Collection includes: 

a. Miniature score. Aus der Musik zu Shakespeares Der Sturm...; Vorspiel fiir Orchester..., 

Op. 109Nr. 1. Kobenhavn: WH, cl929, 1946 printing; pl.no. 19419; Hansen Ed. 
Nr.2738b (") 

b. Miniature score. Aus der Musik zu Shakespeares Der Sturm. Erste Suite fiir kleines 

Orchester..., Op. 109 Nr. 2. K0benhavn: WH, cl929, 1946 printing; pi. no. 20264; 
Hansen Ed. Nr .3207b. (*») 

c. Miniature score. Erste Suite..., Op. 109 Nr. 3. Kobenhavn: WH, cl929, 1946 printing; 

pi. no. 19601; Ed. Nr. 3207b. (") 

Op. 110 Vainon virsi, for mixed chorus and orchestra. Text from the Kalevala, XLlll, 385-422. 1926. 
Collection includes: 
a. Full score. Helsinki: REW, cl945; ...for Sverige, Norge och Danmark: NMF, Stockholm; 

pl.no. R.E.W.2551/NMF 3030. 
a. Piano-vocal score. Helsinki: REW, cl945; pi. no. R.E.W.2460. 

Op. 112 Tapiola, tone poem for orchestra. 1926. 
Collection includes: 
Miniature score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl926/1954; pi. no. 30750, Partitur-Bibliothek 

Nr. 3328. (»») 



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Op. 113 Musique r^ligieuse, for solo voice, male voices and harmonium. 1927-1948. 

Collection includes: 

Masonic ritual music... for male voices and piano or organ. Editing and English texts by 

Marshall Kemochan. Rev. ed., 1950 [cl935]. Issued for Masonic use only by The Grand 
Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New York 

Op. 114 Five esquisses for piano. 1929. 

1. landscape 2. Winter scene 4. Song in the forest 

3. Forest lake 5. Spring vision 

Collection includes: 
No. 1-5 Viisi luonnosta; Fiinf Skizzen; Five esquisses... Helsinki: F, cl973, 1980 printing; 
no plate no. (**) 

Op. 115 Four pieces for violin and piano. 1929. 

1. AufderHeide 3. Humoresque 

2. Ballade 4. Die Glocken (Capriccietto) 
Collection includes: 

No. 1-4 Four parts and scores. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl930/1958; 1983 printing; pi. no. 30215-30218; Ed. 
Breitkopf Nr. 5481-5484. (»») 
[ 

Op. 116 Three pieces for violin and piano. 1929. 

1. Sc^ne de danse 2. Danse caracteristique 3. Rondeau romantique 

Collection includes: 
No. 1 Part and score. Wiesbaden: B&H, no copyright date; 1986 printing; pi. no. 30219; 

Ed. Breitkopf 5485. (") 
No. 2 Part and score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl930/1958 [late 1970s or early 1980s printing]; pi. no. 30220; 

Ed. Breitkopf 5486. (") 
No. 3 Part and score. Wiesbaden: B&H, cl930/1958, 1987 printing; pi. no. 30221; 
Ed. Breiticopf 5487. (") 



Works with Opus Numbers: Miscellaneous Selections and Collections 

Sibeliana. Stimmungen aus dem Lande der tausend Seen, von Jean Sibelius. Ausgewahlt und fiir Klavier 

gesetzt von Johannes Doebber. — Berlin-Lichterfelde: RL, cl910 by SBM, renewed 1938; pi. no. S.9538. 
Includes piano arrangements of op. 46:1, 2, 5, 7, 8; op. 50:3; op. 51:3; op. 54:3; op. 57:2; 
none of them are original piano compositions. (**) 



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The SCORES: Works Without Opus Number 

Compositions (including spurious works) published or unpublished during Sibelius's lifetime, in Harold E. 
Johnson's alphabetical order; with page reference to Dahlstrom, The Works of Jean Sibelius, 1987. 

Aamusumussa. Paiv' ei paase paistam ahan (J. H. Erkko). Morning Mist; written in 1896 for children's 

voices SSA; first published 1915. Dahlstrom p. 96: Arr. at the latest 1898 for SATB; probably 
arr. by Sibelius for TTBB. 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy from an unidentified source, p. 136-138, original version for children's voices. 

b. As no. 1 in Uusia kotimaisia lauluja ja sovituksia II, ed. by A. E. Taipale; Helsingissa: OT 1955. 

SATB. 

Andante festivo. String quartet. Written 1922, rev. ca. 1930 for strings and timpani ad lib. Dahlstrom p. 40. 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy of the 1922 score, published in Kertomus Saynatsalon tehtaitten 25-vuotis- 

juhlasta 28. XII. 1922. 

b. Full score, string orchestra, no timpani. Helsinki: REW, no date; plate no. R.E.W.1858. (*) 

c. Full score, string orchestra, no timpani. Miami, Florida: KA, no date or pi. no.; probably 

1984 printing. (**) 

Andantino & Menuetto, wind/brass septet. Dahlstrom p. 37. 
Collection includes: 

Photostatic copy of the manuscript score, for clarinet, 2 comets, 2 horns, baritone, and tuba. Four 

sheets. At head of score: Andantino, arr. Jean Sibelius 1890-91. At end of Andantino: Lovisa 
d. 22/4 1949 E.G; at end of Menuetto: Lovisa 24/4/1949 Edv. G. [=Edvard Gaul, conductor of the 
Lovisa fire brigade's brass septet]. 

Ballet Scene, for Orchestra, 1891. Microfilm of Sibelius's manuscript; see p. 69. 

Brusande rusar en vSg (Schybergson), for male chorus h cappella. 1918. Dahlstrom p. 96. 
Collection includes: 
Helsingfors: AEL, cl918 by B&H; pi. no. A.E.L.533. 

Cantata for the University Ceremonies of 1894, see Kantaatti tohtorin- ja maisterin-vihkijaisissa 31 paivana 
toukokuuta 1894 

Den 25 Oktober 1902. Till Therese Hahl, see Till Therese Hahl 

Drommama (Renter), for mixed chorus. 1912. Dahlstrom p. 97. 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy, p. 7-9 from an unidentified printed source, most likely Svenska Folkskolaus 

Vanner, 1917 where it was first published. 

b. Printed, two p. (1 leaf), Finnish translation by Reijo Norio. Helsinki: F, 1965; pi. no. F.M.4388. (*) 

Ej med klagan (Runeberg), for mixed chorus k cappella. Written 1905. Also known as Till minnet av Albert 
Edelfelt. Dahlstrom p. 97. 
Collection includes: 
Facsimile printing of Sibelius's manuscript, 1905. 

Ett ensamt skidsp^ (Gripenberg), melodramatic recitation with piano. Written 1925; rev. 1948 for harp and 
string orchestra. Dahlstrom p. 127. 
Collection includes: 

a. Voice and piano. Swedish and English. Stockholm: NMF, 1934; N.M.S.IOOO. 

b. Voice and piano; Swedish. First ed., music supplement in Lucifer, 1925. {*) 



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Erioschen (Busse-Palma), for voice and piano. 1903. Dahlstrom p. 124. Author's name often given as Busse- 
Palmo. Letter from Dr. Dahlstrom, July, 1992, states: "Sibelius's holograph Erioschen 
(Helsinki University Library, 12156) is unclear, and therefore 'Palmo' appears in Suomen 
Musiikilehti... I found the poem Erioschen in: Busse-Palma, Lieder eines Zigeuners, Stuttgart 
1899, pag. 42." 

Collection includes: 

First ed., Suomen Musiikkilehti, 1/1923, supplement. (*) 

Finnish rune fragments (Runosavelmien naytteita). Seventeen fragments, edited and transcribed by Sibelius 
with A. A. Borenius. Published in Kalevala, U, Selityksia (=Commentary), Helsinki 1895. 
Dahlstrom p. 132 

Collection includes: 

Photographic copy of 3 unnumbered pages, as published in Kalevala II, 1895. 

Finska folkvisor i transkriptioner for piano (Finnish folk songs arr. for piano). 1903. Dahlstrom p. 65-66. 

1. Minun kultani 3. Ilta tulee, ehtoo joutuu 5. Velisurmaaja 

2. Sydamestani rakastan 4. Tuopa tytto, kaunis tytto 6. Haamuistelma 
Collection includes: 

No.l Helsingfors: HNM; [printed by] B&H, Leipzig; no date or pi. no. (*) 

No.2 Leipzig: B&H, no date; pi. no. 25206. 

No.3 Helsingfors: HNM; [printed by] B&H, Leipzig; no date or pi. no. (*) 

No.4 Helsingfors: HNM; [printed by] B&H, Leipzig; no date or pi. no. (*) 

No.5 Helsingfors: HNM; [printed by] B&H, Leipzig; no date or pi. no. (*) 

No.6 Helsingfors: HNM; [printed by] B&H, Leipzig; no date or pi. no. (*) 

Fridolins d^rskap (E. A. Karlfeldt), for male chorus h cappella. 1917. Dahlstrom p. 97. 

Sibelius inscribed the manuscript for the architect Torkel Nordman, in gratitude for a joint of 
smoked mutton which Nordman had sent to the composer during Helsinki's food rationing 
days, disguised in a violin case. Sibelius's inscription, in Swedish, expresses thanks for the 
"delicious violin." 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy of Sibelius's manuscript, with his inscription. 

b. Printed; no place, no publisher, no date, no plate no.; two pages. (*) 

Grefvinnans konterfej (Topelius), recitation and string orchestra. Also known as Portratterna. 1906. 

Dahlstrom p. 127-128. 
Collection includes: 
Manuscript score, strings only, no text; unidentified hand. Three pages and cover: Grefvinnans 

Konterfej / TabM / (Melodram) / Z. Topelius / Impromptu / av / Jean Sibelius. 

Isanmaalle (Cajander), 1899 TTBB ("probably never performed"); revised 1900 SATB. Arranged 1902 by 
Selim Palmgren, TTBB, "nowadays the only version sung by male-voice choirs." Dahl- 
strom, p. 97-98. Bar 1, Bass I: Sibelius, e-a; Palmgren, e-c sharp (Dahlstrom letter, July, 1992). 
Collection includes: 

a. Loose-leaf; no place, publisher, or date. TTBB, A major. This is Sibelius's arrangement. 

b. As no. 2, p. 4-7, in Isanmaallisia lauluja, [29 patriotic songs, compiled by] A. E. Taipale. 

Helsingissa: OT, 1946. A major. Here it is Palmgren's arrangement. 

c. As no. 2, p. 5-8, in Sekaaanisia lauluja [10 part-songs, compiled by Wilho Siukonen. Helsingissa: 

OT, 1949. F major. SATB, Sibelius's arrangement. 

d. As no. 4, p. 12-17, in Isanmaallisia lauluja [30 patriotic songs, compiled by] P. J. Hannikainen. 

Helsinki: OT, 1955. F major. This collection also includes Sibelius's Uusmaalaisten laulu 
(as no. 27, p. 79-81). SATB , Sibelius's arrangement. 

Italian folk songs, arranged by Sibelius, see Ohi Caroli. 



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Jone havsfard (Karlfeldt), for male chorus k cappella. "Jonah 's voyage," first published in the Finnish 
translation by Hj. Nortamo, Joonaan meriretki, 1933. Dahlstrom p. 98. 
Collection includes: 

a. Pages 60-64, Finnish version, from Laulujapoika I-II. Helsinki: WS, 1945. 

b. Swedish version, text only, p. 102-105 from an unidentified printed source. 

Juhlamarssi, see Kantaati... 31 p. toukokuuta 1894, listed below. 

Kantaatti tohtorin- ja maisterin-vihkijaisissa 31 paivana toukokuuta 1894. Text by Lonnbohm and Leino; for 
soprano and baritone solo, SATB, and strings. From this unpublished Cantata arranged 
ca. 1896: Juhlamarssi, for mixed chorus k cappella. Dahlstrom p. 90. 
Collection includes: 

a. The 1894 choral parts, facsimile of manuscript. 

b. Juhlamarssi. As no. 8 in Sekaaanisid lauluja... Helsingissa: Kansanwalistusseuran 

kustantama, 1896. 

c. Juhlamarssi. As no. 7 in Sekaaanisia lauluja... Helsingissa: OT, 1954. 

Kansakoulaisten marssi, for children's voices SSAA, 1910. Also known as Uno Cygnaeuksen muistolle. 
Dahlstrom p. 98. 
Collection includes: 

Photostatic copy of the first edition in Kansakoulun lauluja, Uno Cygnasuksen 100-vuotispaivaksi 
sepitettyja, 1910. 

Kantat till ord av W, von Konow. Composed 1911, SSAA, for the 50th anniversary of Heurlinska skolan in 
Turku. Dahlstrom p. 98. 
Collection includes: 

a. Printed from manuscript; no place, publisher, or date; stamp of Abo Akademi. 

b. Printed from manuscript. Abo: Affarstryckeriet, 1938. (*) 

Karjalan osa (Nurminen), for male voices unisono with piano; written 1930. Also known as Patriotic march. 
Dahlstrom p. 89. 
Collection includes: 

a. Melody and text. First printing, on occasion of the first performance, Sortavala, September 7, 1930, 

at a soiree given by Suomen Lukko. Helsinki: Musiikkikeskus, 1930. 

b. Voice and piano. Helsinki: Musiikkikeskus, no date, pi. no. 26. 

c. Carbon copy of typed sheet, rough translation of the Finnish text into English; translator not 

identified but probably H. E. Johnson. 

Kavaljeren, piece for piano solo, 1900. Published in Fyrens julnummer by "Sipan" [Sibelius], December 1900. 
Dahlstrom p. 66. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the first printing. 

Kehtolaulu, see [Valssi] 

Kotikaipaus (W. von Konow), 1902 for SSA, for Eino Levon's daughters. Manuscript facsimile first published 
in Suomen Musiikkilehti, December 1935, p. 188, with Sibelius's caption "Levonin tytoille." 
Dahlstrom p. 98. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the first printing. 



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Kuolutie (Koskenniemi), for SATB k cappella, 1925. Dahlstrom p. 99. 
Collection includes: 
First printing, a pannphlet published by WS, Porvoossa. On the cover, the publisher calls attention to 

this new song. Inscribed by the author, V. A. Koskenniemi, for Harold E. Johnson, Turku, 1958. 

With a letter by Koskenniemi to Johnson, about origin and first publication of the poem, and 

date of Sibelius's composition. 

KristillisissS nuorisojuhlissa, see Johdantovuorolauluja no. 3. 

Kuutamolla (Suonio), for male chorus k cappella, 1916. Dahlstrom p. 99. 
Collection includes: 

Three-page pamphlet, no place, publisher or date; most likely published as no. 127 by 
Ylioppilaskunnan laulujat, Helsinki, 1916. 

Likhet (Runeberg), for male chorus k cappella, 1922. Dahlstrom p. 99. 
Collection includes: 

a. Helsingfors: F, no date; pi. no. F.M.3570. 

b. Printed from manuscript. Abo: Affarstryckeriet, 1922. (*) 

Levonin tytoille, see Kotikaipaus. 

Mandolinato. Piano piece, written 1917, for publication in Lucifer. Dahlstrom p. 66. 
Collection includes: 

a. First printing, Lucifer 1917 issue. 

b. Helsingfors: REW, cl923 by WH, Copenhagen; pi. no. R.E.W.1315. 

Menuetto, for Orchestra, 1894. Microfilm of Sibelius's manuscript; see p. 69. 
Menuetto, wind/brass septet, see Andantino & Menuetto. 

Min rastas raataa (Kanteletar 1:129), for mixed chorus. "At the latest 1898"; Dahlstrom p. 99. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy, pages 41-43 of an unidentified source in which this work appears as no. 6. 

Morceau romantique, piece for strings by Jacob de Julin; arranged for piano by Jean Sibelius, 1925. Also known 
as Piece romantique. Dahlstrom p. 30. 
Collection includes: 

a. Asni&re: Grav. Imp. Delanchy-Dupre, no date, no pi. no. 

b. Paris: Imp. Cavel, 1926; no pi. no. 

Narciss (Gripenberg), song for voice and piano. 1925. Dahlstrom p. 125. 
Collection includes: 
Helsinki: REW, no date (1926?), pi. no. R.E.W.1828. In Swedish, Finnish, and German. (») 

Ohi Caroli and Trippole trappole. Two Italian folk songs, arranged by Sibelius; the first only as fragment, 
probably SATB, with piano; the second SATB. Dahlstrom p. 102-103. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the manuscript. 

Overture in E major, for orchestra, 1890-1891. Microfilm of Sibelius's manuscript; see p. 69. 

Overture in A minor, for orchestra. Written and first performed 1902. Dahlstrom p. 30. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the manuscript score. 

Patriotic march, see Karjalan osa. 



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Piece romantique, see Morceau romantique. 
Portrattema, see Grefvinnans konterfej. 

Preludium, for wind/brass septet, written 1891. Dahlstrom p. 37. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of pages 1-5 of the manuscript score. 

Press Celebrations, music for Pressens dagar, 1899. Each scene was introduced by a piece of music, and there 

was muted accompaniment to the textual commentary. Later, Sibelius revised several scenes; 
cf. op. 25. Probably the best known revision of a scene: Tableau no. 7 was revised in 1900 as 
op. 26, no. 7, the famous Finlandia. Dahlstrom p. 71-72. 

Collection includes: 

Tableaus III and IV, photostatic copies of Sibelius's manuscript scores, complete. 

Rondo, viola and piano, 1893. Unpublished. Dahlstrom p. 49. 
Collection includes: 
Photograph copy of the manuscript score (prints and negatives). 

Segelfahrt (Ohquist), voice and piano, 1899. First published as manuscript facsimile in Brokiga blad 1, 1899. 
Dahlstrom p. 125. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the first edition in Brokiga blad I. 

Siltavahti (Sola), for male chorus a cappella, 1895. Dahlstrom p. 100. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the score, from Helsingin tyovaen mieskuoro, 1938. 

Sma flickorna (Procope), for voice and piano, 1920; first published in facsimile in Lucifer, 1920. 
Dahlstrom p. 125. 
Collection includes: 
The Lucifer 1920 facsimile printing. (*) 

Spagnuolo, piano piece, 1913. First published in facsimile in Joulutunnelma 1913, by Arvi A. Karisto, 
Hameenlinna. Dahlstrom p. 66. 
Collection includes: 
The foulutunnelma 1913 facsimile printing. (*) 

Sum' olet, Herra. Hymn for mixed chorus, arranged 1927 from a 1926 work TTBB. Dahlstrom p. 88; 
see also note to opus no. 107. 
Collection includes: 
As no. 163, pages 668-669, in Laulu-Miehet III, Helsinki 1955. Two detached leaves. 

Tiera, tone poem for brass septet with percussion instruments, 1898-1899. Dahlstrom p. 37 has 1894; corrected 
by him, letter of 1992, to 1898-1899, with reference to Kilpelainen 1992, p. 115. 

Collection includes: 

First ed. of the full score. Helsinki: OT, [1934]; series Kansanvalistusseuran Torvipartituureja II, 
no. 57. With some English and Finnish pencil notes, performance markings, and slight note 
revisions in the tuba part, in an unidentified hand. 

Till Therese Hahl. Den 25 Oktober 1902 (Wasastjema), for mixed chorus a cappella, 1902. Dahlstrom p. 96; 
not the later composition with same title, Dahlstrom p. 97. 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy of the first ed., as no. 10, p. 83-87 in Savelisto VII, 1903, in Swedish and Finnish. 

b. Heliograph edition, in Swedish, title in reverse: "Den 25 Oktober 1902. Till Therese Hahl." 

No place, publisher, or date. (*) 



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Till minnet av Albert Edelfelt, see Ej med klagan. 

Till tr^aden, Finnish folk song arranged for piano, 1913. First published in facsimile in Lucifer, 1913. 
Dahlstrom p. 67. 
Collection includes: 
Photostatic copy of the manuscript facsimile in Lucifer. 

Trippole trappole, see Ohi Caroli. 

Tyfikansan marssi (Erkko), for mixed chorus k cappella. Date of comjX)sition given by Johnson as 1893-1896; as 
1896 by Dahlstrom p. 100. First published in Tyovaen kalenteri, TV, Viipuri 1896. 
Collection includes: 
Two photostatic copies of the first printing in Tyovaen kalenteri. 

Uno Cygnaeuksen muistolle, see Kansakoulaisten marssi. 

Ute hSrs stormen (Schybergson), for male chorus h cappella. 1918. Dahlstrom p. 101. 
Collection includes: 
Helsingfors: AEL, cl918 by B&H; pi. no. A.E.L.533. 

Uusmaalaisten laulu (Terhi). Song for the people of Usimaa, for male chorus h cappella, 1912. Arranged by 
Sibelius during the same year for SATB. "Sequence of TTBB and SATB versions doubtful"; 
Dahlstrom p. 101. 
Collection includes: 

a. Photostatic copy of the SATB version published by OT, Helsinki, 1912. 

b. TTBB version, as no. 44 in Miesdanisid lauluja, 20. vihko, Helsingissa 1921; series 

Kansanvalistusseuran nuottivarasto 114. 

c. As no. 27, p. 79-81, in Isanmaallisia lauluja [30 patriotic songs, compiled by] P. J. Hannikainen. 

Helsinki: OT, 1955. SATB version. This collection also includes Sibelius's 
Isdnmaalle (as no. 4, p. 12-17). 

[Valssi]; untitled waltz [3/8] for violin and kantele, 1899? Dahlstrom p. 132. 
Collection includes: 

Page 171 from Suomen Musiikkilehti, December 1935 issue; article by A. O. Vaisanen and score. At 
bottom of page, in manuscript: Kehtolaulu. 

Veljeni vierailla mailla (Aho), for male chorus h cappella, 1904, first published 1905. Dahlstrom p. 101. 
Collection includes: 
Heliograph edition, five pages, versos blank; no place, publisher, or date. 

Viipurin Laulu- Veikkojen kunniamarssi (Eerola), for male voices a capf)ella, written 1920 for the Singing 
Brothers of Viipuri. Completely rewritten as a new composition in 1929. Dahlstrom p. 101. 
Collection includes: 

a. First version: First printing, Viipurin Laulu=Veikot (W.S.B.) 1897-1922, Viipun: Karjalan 

Kirjapaino Osakeytio, 1922. 

b. Second version: Photostatic copy of the edition published by Wikstedtin Kivipaino, 

Helsinki, 1930. 



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The Recorded Music 



Dr. Johnson transferred his Sibelius recordings to the Irwin Library's Department of Rare Books and 
Special Collections in 1983 and 1984. At that time, the department had neither sound facilities nor funds. 
Between 1985 and 1988, Mr. Christopher Hanlin worked here as preservation assistant while studying 
Radio /Television at Butler University. After the collections obtained a quality sound system and some other 
facilities, Hanlin spent a major portion of his time with the Sibelius recordings. He left the following notes: 



"When Dr. Harold E. Johnson decided to donate his 
collection, he may not have realized the very special prob- 
lems of preservation with which he presented us. When 
Gisela Terrell went to Johnson's home in 1983, she found 
that the recordings had been stored in old cardboard 
boxes in a dry but musty basement. Though generally in 
good condition despite age and circumstances, the 
records had accumulated many years of grime and dust. 
Terrell knew that a collection as significant as Dr. John- 
son's Sibelius materials must be made available for 
public study, but the sound recordings presented a 
special problem." 

"A basic principle of analog sound reproduction 
through any given physical media is that of erosion of the 
medium itself during playback. Every playing of a record- 
ing degrades, however subtly and minutely, its sound 
quality. When viewed over a period of many years of 
playback, the resultant loss of sound due to this erosion 
process is considerable. For the purposes of preservation, 
such a situation cannot be viewed as acceptable. Al- 
though this physical degeneration itself is unstoppable, it 
can be greatly reduced or even eliminated through a 
restriction of that recording's usage. This, however, is in 
conflict with a basic tenet of Terrell's concept of special 
collections: to combine easy accessibility for study with 
proper safeguards for material preservation." 

"When I arrived in 1985, it seemed that, with regard 
to the record collection, we were faced with a dual 
mission: to maintain the accessibility of the collection for 
study while avoiding the loss of sound quality due to 
usage. A "happy medium", if you will, was readied by 
deciding to transfer the entire collection to high quality 
reel-to-reel tape. Such a method of preservation has 
several advantages over simply providing the recordings 
themselves for study. By allowing patrons access only to 
the reel recordings of the albums, the discs themselves 
could be spared the rigors of overuse." 

"Such an approach toward sound recording collec- 
tions is widely recognized, and endorsed by the Library of 
Congress. Patrons wishing to further study the recorded 
pieces could even make a dub from the master tape for 
their own use. Tape also has the advantage of instanta- 
neous rewind and cue functions which make repeated 
examinations of a passage of interest easily possible. 
Research suggests that this method of preserving a large 
collection can extend its life almost indefinitely." 



"After some initial research, it was decided that our 
first step in the preservation process should be to wash 
the albums. Though by no means in a poor or unusually 
dirty condition, the records themselves were of consid- 
erable age (one-fourth of the collection are 78' s), and re- 
moval of years of accumulated dust was desirable. I used 
a simple solution of distilled water and a drop of non- 
acidic liquid soap to immerse and gently clean each disc. 
After drying, each album was placed in an acid-free 
sleeve to protect against acid migration from the outer 
record jackets. The discs were returned to storage in a 
vertical position to avoid warpage. For more information 
helpful book by Jerry McWilliams, The Preservation and 
Restoration of Sound Recordings, Nashville, 1979." 

"In accordance with the unique nature of the col- 
lection, a suitable sound system was purchased for taping 
and listening. In addition to the standard amplifier, cas- 
sette deck, and speakers, it was necessary to have a turn- 
table capable of 331/3, 45, and 78 rpm speeds. A 101/2 inch 
reel size capable half track stereo reel-to-reel unit was 
purchased, and the system completed with a tone 
generator. A uniform stand of 1.5 mil 0-31 audio tape was 
used throughout the taping process." 

"Each transcription is preceded by a twenty second 
reference tone at 90 VU (-1 dB) for proper playback cali- 
bration. After an initial level was taken by randomly 
sampling the loudest moments of the piece to be record- 
ed, the tape was simply allowed to roll (uniform 7 ips 
throughout) without further adjustment during the tran- 
scription process. Every effort was made to retain the 
integrity of the original performance. Accordingly, peri- 
odic level adjustments, or "riding gain", during the tran- 
scription process was avoided as being a subjective inter- 
ference with the performance by the tape operator. An 
average peak level of between 85 to 90 percent modu- 
lation was the norm (-2 to -1 dB), but due to Sibelius's 
extensive use of pianissimo this was not always the case. 
Any instance of overmodulation (and hence, distortion) 
would necessitate restarting the transcription process for 
that recording, but the need for this was rare. No out- 
board equipment (i.e., equalizers, compressors, limiters, 
etc.) was ever used. Thus, the recorded performance was 
allowed to stand or fall on its own merits. After complet- 
ing the transcription, the tapes were stored tails-out to 
avoid print-through or 'bleed'." 



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"As with all preservation efforts, this project was an 
exercise in prevention. Future audiophiles and scholars 
may revile my equipment and methods, and the inces- 
sant march of technology will inevitably make our current 
system of preservation obsolete. Even during the course 
of the project, digital recording techniques became such 
a practical reality that I can now see the need to re-record 
this entire collection using this new technology sometime 
within the next fifty years. It must be honestly said, 
however, that the system and techniques employed 
during the project were those accepted for their quality 
and archival integrity at that time." 



"As with the other components of the Sibelius 
Collection, emphasis has been placed on the availability 
of the collection for use by everyone. Because of our 
efforts, an interested party can now listen to these rare 
and historic recordings without imparting further damage 
to the collection itself. Thus, it forms an important link in 
the chain of materials which make up the musical legacy 
of jean Sibelius. 1 must say that 1 am grateful for the 
opportunity to work on such a project, and I hope that the 
increased availability of the collection will stimulate 
interest in this most significant composer." 

"Chris Hardin, September, 1988" 



THE RECORDINGS 

MUSnKKIA AANILEVYILLA - GRAMMOFONINSPELNINGAR 

The listing is arranged by works with opus number, followed by works without opus number, then 
collections, and a listing of recordings added by the library to Dr. Johnson's collection; also a brief listing of 
other composers' works represented in these recordings. An attempt has been made (not always with success) 
to list different recordings of the same composition in chronological order. Disc numbers given in brackets 
below opus numbers refer only to the collection's shelf numbers. Since all recordings have been clean and 
transcribed onto tape, the discs themselves are stored in archival-quality sleeves inside the original jackets, 
and special record storage boxes; the tapes are shelved by disc number, and are used for dubbing cassettes with 
which to study the music, esf)ecially different interpretations and performances of a composition. 

OP. 7 KULLERVO 

(Disc#1) Helsinki University Men's Choir. Raili Kostia (mezzo soprano), Usko Viitanen (baritone), 

Paavo Berglund (conductor), the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in Guildhall, 
Southampton, 1972. Text and notes by Paavo Berglund and Robert Layton laid in, copyright 
1971. "First recording of a major choral masterpiece." 

Angel SBN-3778 stereo (album, 2 discs); sides 1-3. 
Side 4: Sibelius. Scene with Cranes; Swanwhite Suite. 



OP. 9 

(Disc #2) 



(Disc #7) 



(Disc #3) 



(Disc #4) 



EN SAGA 

Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Copyright 1956. Album 
title: The tone poems of Sibelius. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (album, 2 discs); side 1. 

Side 2; Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; The Bard; Lemminkainen's Homecoming. 

Side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanides. 

Side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Finlandia; Prelude,T^ Tempest. 
Anthony Collins / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Malcolm 
Rayment, copyright 1958. 

Capitol G7122; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C Major, op. 42. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Karelia Suite; The Swan of Tuonela. 
Sir Malcolm Sargent / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; first marketed 
in 1963. With 1958 notes by Malcolm Rayment. 

Odeon ALP 1990; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Finlandia; Karelia Suite. 
Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Notes by Charles Burr. Recording date not 
given; 1958 or later. 

Columbia ML 5249; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Oceanides; Tapiola. 



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OP. 10 KARELIA OVERTURE 

(Disc #5) Jussi Jalas / Finlandia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Fennica; no record nunnber. List of the series "Firiiush Composers"; this is no. 2; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Raitio. ]outsenet. Pylkkanen. Preludio sinfonico; Mare ja Mnen poikansa. 

Side 2: Melartin. Prinsessa Ruusunen. Fougstedt. Intrada; Finnish Folk Song. 
(Disc #6) Alexander Gibson / Scottish National Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Malcolm 

Rayment, copyright 1967. 

Capitol SP 8677 stereo; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. The Bard; Festivo, from Sctnes Historiques I. 

Side 2: Sibelius. King Kristian II Suite. 

OP. 11 KARELIA SUITE 

(Disc #118) Antero Saike / The Symphony Orchestra of Olympia. Recording copyright 1953. No notes. 

Allegro 3103; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 7. 
(Disc #106) Thomas Jensen / Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

London B 19036; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 
(Disc #128) Hans Rosbaud / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by James Lyons, 
written 1957. 

Decca DL 9938; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Bolero (Festivo) 

Side 1: Sibelius. Tapiola; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #7) Anthony Collins / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Malcolm 
Rayment, copyright 1958. 

Capitol G7122; side 1. 

Also on side 1 : Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. En Saga; Romance in C major. 
(Disc #3) Sir Malcolm Sargent / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; first marketed 

in 1963. With 1958 notes by Malcolm Rayment. 

Odeon ALP 1990; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Finlandia. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #42) Lorin Maazel / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes anonymous, 
copyright 1964. 

London CM 9375 mono; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 1. 
(Disc #28) Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by D. P., 1964. 

Capitol SP 8669 stereo ; side 1. (Was also available mono) 

Also on side 1 : Sibelius. Finlandia. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Valse triste; Lemminkainen's Return. 

OP. 11 KARELIA SUITE. Excerpts 

(Disc #33) Alia March; Intermezzo. Robert Kajanus / Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given but 
made during the composer's lifetime. Anonymous notes for Sibelius's Intermezzo and for his 
Symphony No. 2 laid in. 

Columbia 67833-D to 67848-D (album, 10 discs); sides 11,20. 
Sides 1-10: Sibelius. Symphony No. 1. 
Sides 11-19: Sibelius. Symphony No. 2. 
(Disc #9) March. Sir Thomas Beecham / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Undated notes by Charles Burr. 

Columbia 5321 (Beecham Encores); side 1. 

Also on side 1: Berlioz. March from The Trojans at Carthage. Massenet. The Last Sleep of 

the Virgin. 
Side 2: Rimsky-Korsakov. March from Le Coq d'Or. Sibelius. Incidental music to 
The Tempest. Berlioz. Overture to The Trojans at Carthage. 

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OP. 14 RAKASTAVA 

(Disc #10) Frank Black / NBC String Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

Victor M 455. (album of 3 discs; one disc missing, sinfonietta by A. Roussell; two discs 

present, with Rakastava on sides 1-3). 
Side 4: Brahms. Liebeslieder-Walzer. 
(Disc #24) Arthur Winograd / His Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Edward Cole. 
MGM 3332 (Sibelius Masterpieces); side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Valse trisle. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Festive; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #12) Arthur Winograd / His String Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Edward 
Cole, as in previous disc. 

MGM E3335; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Canzonetta. 
Side 2: Nielsen. Little Suite for String Orchestra. 
(Disc #11) Franz Litschauer / The Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Recording date not given; most likely 
after 1953. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Vanguard VRS 1030; side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Valse triste. 
Side 1: Grieg. Norwegian Dances. 

OP. 22 LEMMINKAINEN SUITE 

(Disc #13) Thomas Jensen / The Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; after 
1952. Undated notes by John Culshaw. 
London LL843. 
(Disc #14) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

Columbia ML 4672. 
(Disc #15) Sixten Ehrling / The Symphony Orchestra of Radio Stockholm. Recording date not given. Notes 
imdated, anonymous. 
Capitol P8226. 
(Disc #16) Tauno Hannikainen / USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; produced in 
the U.S.S.R. Undated notes by Herbert Glass. 
Artia MK 1558. 
(Disc #17) Lukas Foss / The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Bernard Jacobson. 

Nonesuch H-71203 stereo. 
(Disc #18) Sir Charles Groves / Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Production and notes by Bill 
Newman, copyright 1975. 

Angel Records S-37106. 

OP. 22 LEMMINKAINEN SUITE. Excerpts 

(Disc #19) The Swan of Tuonela. Frederick Stock / Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
No notes. 

Columbia 11388-D. 
(Disc #69) The Swan of Tuonela; The Return of Lemminkiiinen. Sixten Ehrling / Symphony Orchestra of 
Radio Stockholm. Recording date not given. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Capitol P8327; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 
(Disc #24) The Swan of Tuonela. Anatole Fistoulari / London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not 
given. Undated notes by Edward Cole. 

MGM E3332 (Sibelius Masterpieces); side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Festivo , from Schnes historicjues I. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Valse triste; Rakastava. 

(Op. 22, Lemminkiinen Suite excerpts, continued on next page) 



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(Op. 22, Lemminkainen Suite excerpts, continued ) 

(Disc #74) The Swan of Tuonela. Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Undated notes by Morris Hastings. 

Columbia ML 5492; side 2. Side 1: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 
(Disc #2) The Swan of Tuonela; Lemminkainen's Homecoming. Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic 
Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given, production copyright 1956. 
Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (album, 2 discs, album title: The tone poems of Sibelius); 

sides 1 and 2. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. En saga. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla 's Daughter; The Bard. 
Side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanid.es. 

Side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Finlandia; Prelude to The Tempest. 
(Disc #128) The Swan of Tuonela. Hans Rosbaud / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Notes by James Lyons, written 1957. 
DeccaDL 9938; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Tapiola. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Suite; Bolero (Festivo). 
(Disc #7) The Swan of Tuonela. Anthony Collins / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not 

given. Notes by Malcolm Rayment, copyright 1958. 
Capitol G7122; side 1. 
Also on side 1 : Sibelius. Karelia Suite. 
Side 2: Sibelius. En Saga; Romance in C major. 
(Disc #76) The Swan of Tuonela. Vaclav Smetacek / Prague Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given, 
production copyright 1961. Undated notes by Herbert Glass. 
Parliament PLP-148; side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Valse triste. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 
(Disc #3) The Swan of Tuonela. Giinter Lorenz, English Horn; Sir Malcolm Sargent / Vienna Philharmonic 

Orchestra. Recording date not given; marketed in 1963; with Malcolm Rayment's 1958 notes. 
Odeon ALP 1990; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. En saga. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Finlandia; Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #26) The Swan of Tuonela. Albert Goltzer, English Horn solo; Morton Gould and His Orchestra. 
Recording date not given, production copyright 1963. Undated notes by Robert A. Simon. 
RCA Victor LM-2666 mono; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Valse triste. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Lemminkainen's Return. 
(Disc #89) Lemminkainen 's Homeward Journey. Sir Thomas Beecham / The London Philharmonic 

Orchestra. Recording date not given; during Sibelius's lifetime. Anonymous, undated notes 
ir\side front cover and laid in. 

RCA Victor M-446 (album, 7 discs, vol. 5 of a series issued by The Sibelius Society); 

sides 8 and 10. 
Sides 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11-14: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 
Sides 2, 4, 6: Sibelius. The Tempest. 
(Disc #26) Lemminkainen 's Return. Morton Gould / His Orchestra. Recording date not given, production 
copyright 1963. Undated notes by Robert A. Simon. 
RCA Victor LM-2666 mono; side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; The Swan of Tuonela; Valse triste. 
(Disc #28) Lemminkainen's Return. Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Notes by D. P., copyright 1966. 

Capitol SP 8660 stereo; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla 's Daughter; Valse triste. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Karelia Suite. 



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OP. 25 SCENES HISTORIQUES I 

(Disc #72) Sir Thomas Beecham / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes 
imdated, anonymous. 

Columbia ML 4550; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 

OP. 25 SCENES HISTORIQUES I. Excerpts 

(Disc #24) Festivo. Anatole Fistoulari / London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated 
notes by Edward Cole. 

MGM 3332 (Sibelius Masterpieces); side 1 . 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Valse triste; Rakaslava. 
(Disc #128) Bolero (i.e. Festivo). Hans Rosbaud / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Notes by James Lyons, written 1957. 

Decca DL 9938; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Suite. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Tapiola; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #6) Festivo. Alexander Gibson / Scottish National (Drchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by 
Malcolm Rayment, copyright 1967. 

Capitol SP 8677 stereo; side 1. 

Also on side!: Sibelius. Karelia Overture; The Bard. 

Side 2: Sibelius. King Kristian II Suite. 

OP. 26 FINLANDIA 

(Disc #20) Leopold Stokowski / Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victrola 6366; side 1. 

Side 2: Mussorgsky. Khowantchina— Entr'acte. 
(Disc #21) Sir Landon Ronald / Royal Albert Hall Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victrola 9015. 
(Disc #22) Leopold Stokowski / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor 7412. 
(Disc #23) Kurt Woss / The Austrian Symphony (Drchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1951. No notes. 

Remington RLP-149-25; side 1. 

Side 2: Mozart. Thamos. 
(Disc #24) Anatole Fistoulari / London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Edward Cole. 

MGM E3332 (Sibelius Masterpieces); side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela; Festivo. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Valse triste; Rakastava. 
(Disc #25) Eugene Ormandy / The Mormon Tabernacle Choir; The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date 
not given. Notes undated, anonymous. 

Columbia ML 5596; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Alfv^n. Swedish Rhapsody. 

Side 1: Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite No. 1. Sibelius. Valse triste. 
(Disc #2) Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given; 

production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (Cassette, 2 discs); side 4. 

Also on side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Prelude to The Tempest. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; The Bard; Lemminkdinen's Homecoming. 

Side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanides. 

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(Op. 26, Finlandia, continued) 

(Disc #26) Morton Gould and His Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 1963. Undated 
notes by Robert A. Simon. 

RCA Victor LM-2666 mono; side 1 . (Was also available stereo) 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. The Swan ofTuonela; Valse triste. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Lemminkainen's Return. 
(Disc #3) Sir Malcolm Sargent / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording first published 1963. Notes by 

Malcolm Rayment, copyright 1958. 
Odeon ALP 1990; side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Overture. 
Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #27) Charles Mackerras / London Proms Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1964. Undated notes by Charles O'Connell. 
RCA Victrola VIC-1069 mono; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Valse triste; Elegie, Musette (from King Kristian II Suite); Entr'acte 

(from Pelleas et Melisande). 
Side 2: Five pieces by Edvard Grieg. 
(Disc #28) Sir John BarbiroUi / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by D. P., 1966. 
Capitol SP 8669 stereo; side 1. (Was also available mono) 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Karelia Suite. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Valse triste; Lemminkainen's Return. 
(Disc #108) Herbert von Karajan / The Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Andrew Porter. 

Angel Records 35002; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 
(Disc #109) Theodore Bloomfield / The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; after 
1958. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Everest LPBR 6068; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 

OP. 27 KING KRISTIAN II SUITE 

(Disc #29) Stig Westerberg / Stockholm Radio Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Alf 
Thoor, translated from the Swedish. 

Westminster XWN 18529; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. The Tempest Suite. 
(Disc #6) Alexander Gibson / Scottish National Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Malcolm 
Rayment, copyright 1967. 

Capitol SP 8677 stereo; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Karelia Overture; The Bard; Festivo (from Seines historiques) . 

OP. 27 KING KRISTIAN II SUITE. Excerpts 

(Disc #27) Elegie & Musette. Charles Mackerras / London Proms Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not 
given; production copyright 1964. Undated notes by Charles O'Connell. 
RCA VIC 1069 mono; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Valse triste; Entr'acte (from Pelleas et Melisande Suite). 
Side 2: Five pieces by Edvard Grieg. 

OP. 32 TULEN SYNTI (THE ORIGIN OF FIRE) 

(Disc #30) Thor Johnson / Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Helsinki University Chorus. Recording date not 
given. "Recorded in Europe". No notes. 
Remington R-199-191; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter. 
Side 2: Glazounov. Violin Concerto in A minor. 
(Disc #31) Thor Johnson / Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Helsinki University Chorus conducted by Martti 
Turunen; Sulo Saarits, baritone. Recorded in 1953, released 1955 as mono; this is the ^irst 
stereo release, 1978. Undated notes by David Nelson. 



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Var^seVC 81041; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter. 

Side 2: Choral pieces by Sibelius, Turunen, Kilpinen, Sonninen, Palmgren, and Haapalainen. 

OP. 36 SIX SONGS WITH PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT 

No.l Svarta rosor (Black roses). Jussi Bjoerling, tenor, and Harry Ebert, piano. Recording date not 

(Disc #32) given. No notes. 

Victor 4531; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Saf, saf susa. 
No.4 Saf, saf susa (Sigh, sedges, sigh). Jussi Bjoerling, tenor, and Harry Ebert, piano. Recording date 

(Disc #32) not given. No notes. 

Victor 4531; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Svarta rosor. 

OP. 39 SYMPHONY NO. 1 

(Disc #33) Robert Kajanus / and Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; during the composer's 
lifetime. Laid in: Undated, anonymous notes to Symphony No. 2 and Intermezzo , from 
Karelia Suite. 

Columbia 67833D to 67848D (album, 10 discs); sides 1-10. 
Side 11: Sibelius. Alia marcia, from Karelia Suite. 
Sides 12-19: Sibelius. Symphony No. 2. 
Side 20: Sibelius. Intermezzo from Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #34) Sir John Barbirolli / The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. Recording date not 
given; notes undated, anonymous. 

Columbia M-532 (album, 5 discs). 
(Disc #35) Leopold Stokowski / His Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; notes undated, 
anonymous. 

RCA Victor LM 1125. 
(Disc #36) Tor Mann / Radio Symphony Orchestra of Stockholm. Recording date not given; made in USA. 
Undated notes by A. L. 
Capitol P8020. 
(Disc #37) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

London LL 574. 
(Disc #38) Paul Kletzki / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given; after 1949. Undated notes by 
Andrew Porter. 

Angel Records 35313. 
(Disc #39) Sir Malcolm Sargent / The BBC Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Hugh 
Massy, copyright 1958. 
Capitol G7101. 
(Disc #40) Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Reid 
Guillamore. 

Vanguard SRV-132, mono. 
(Disc #41) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1962. Undated notes by Eugene Ormandy (including personal reminiscences). 
Columbia ML5795. 
(Disc #42) Lorin Maazel / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1964. Notes undated, anonymous. 

London CM 9375 mono; side 1 . 
Side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #43) Sir Thomas Beecham / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes 
undated, anonymous. 

Columbia ML 4653. 

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(Op. 39, Symphony No. 1, cxintinued) 

(Disc #44) Leonard Bernstein / New York Philharmonic. Recording date not given; [probably 1970]. Undated 
notes by Edward Downes. 

Columbia M 30232 stereo; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Luonnotar. 

OP. 42 ROMANCE IN C MAJOR 

(Disc #45) Sir Adrian Boult / The B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor 13499. 
(Disc #24) John Hollingsworth / The Royal Opera House Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated 
notes by Edward Cole. 

MGM 3332 (Sibelius Masterpieces); side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Valse triste; Rakastava. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Festivo; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #7) Anthony Collins / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Malcolm 

Rayment, copyright 1958. 

Capitol G7122; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. En saga. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Karelia Suite; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #67) Gennady Rozhdestvensky / Leningrad Philharmonic. Recording date not given [1967?]; recorded 
in the USSR. Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. 

Melodiya/ Angel R^0031 mono; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Belshazzar's Feast; Valse triste. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Pelleas and Melisande. 

OP. 43 SYMPHONY NO. 2 

(Disc #33) Robert Kajanus and Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; during Sibelius's lifetime. 
Laid in: Undated, anonymous notes to Symphony No. 2 and Intermezzo , from Karelia Suite. 
Columbia 6733-D to 67848D (album, 10 discs); sides 12-19. 
Sides 1-10: Sibelius. Symphony No. 1. 
Side 11: Sibelius. Alia marcia, from Karelia Suite. 
Side 20: Sibelius. Intermezzo, from Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #46) Serge Koussevitzky / The Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Laid in: 
Undated, anonymous notes. 

Victor M-272 (album, 5 discs). 
(Disc #47) Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. Memorial recording for Koussevitzky, 1951. 
Undated notes by Olin Downes. 
RCA Victor LM 1172. 
(Disc #48) Arturo Toscanini / The NBC Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes (have 
inner record sleeve only). 

Victor LM 6711-5 (sides 5 and 6, from an unidentified album) 
Also on side 6: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter. 
(Disc #49) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

London LL822. 
Disc #50) Paul Kletzki / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given; after 1955. Undated notes by 
Andrew Porter. 

Angel Records 35314. 
(Disc #51) Leopold Stokowski / NBC Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Leopold Stokowski. 

RCA Victor LM-1854. 
(Disc #52) Sir John BarbiroUi / Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. Recording date not given. 
Notes undated, anonymous. 

Columbia Entre Record RL 3045. 



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(Disc #53) Paul Paray / Detroit Symphony. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Harold E. Johnson. 

Mercury Records SR90204, stereo. 
(Disc #54) Another copy of this recording, in mono. Mercury Records MG50204. 

(Disc #55) Sixten Ehrling / Stockholm Radio Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated 
notes by James Lyons. 

Mercury MG10141. 
(Disc #56) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given [1957?] Undated notes 
by Charles Burr. 

Columbia ML 5207. 
(Disc #57) Pierre Monteux / London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Charles 
O'Connell, copyright 1959. 

RCA Victor LM-2342. 
(Disc #58) Thomas Schippers / New York Philharmonic. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Daniel 
Strickland. 

Columbia ML5935, mono. 
(Disc #59) Ernest Ansermet / L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

London (Decca) CM9391, mono. 
(Disc #60) Lorin Maazel / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, 1963. Notes undated, anonymous. 

Decca CM 9408, mono. 
(Disc #61) Sir Thomas Beecham / BBC Symphony Orchestra. Recording of broadcast at Royal Festival 
Hall, London, December 8, 1954. Notes by D. P., copyright 1962. 
Odeon ALP 1947. 
(Disc #62) Antal Dorati / Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded October, 1967, at Concert Hall, 
Stockholm; production copyright 1968. Undated notes by David Hall. 
Victrola VICS-1318, Stereo. 
(Disc #63) Tauno Hannikainen / The Sinfonia of London. Recording date not given [1968?] Undated notes by 
Phyllis Mason. 

Crossroads Stereo/Columbia, Stereo/22 16 0226. 
(Disc #64) George Pretre / New Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1969. Undated notes by Neville Cardus. 
RCA LSC-3063. 

OP. 44 KUOLEMA. Excerpts 

(Disc #65) Valse triste. Leopold Stokowski / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No 
notes. 

Victor 14726; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Berceuse, from The Tempest. 
(Disc #66) Valse triste. Sir Hamilton Harty / The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not 
given. No notes. 

Columbia 7322-M; side 1. 
Side 2: Schubert. Marche militaire. 
(Disc #11) Valse triste. Franz Litschauer / The Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Recording date not given; 
after 1953. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Vanguard VRS 1030; side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Rakastava. 
Side 1: Grieg. Norwegian Dances. 
(Disc #24) Valse triste. Anatole Fistoulari / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Undated notes by Edward Cole. 

MGM 3332 (Sibelius Masterpieces); side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Rakastava. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Festivo; The Swan of Tuonela. 

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(Op. 44, Kuolema excerpts, continued ) 

(Disc #25) Valse triste. Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes 
undated, anonymous. 

Columbia ML 5596 mono; side 1. (Was also available stereo) 

Also on side 1: Grieg. Peer Gynt Suite No. 1. 

Side 2: Alfven. Swedish Rhapsody. Sibelius. Finlandia. 
(Disc #76) Valse triste. Vaclav Smetacek / Prague Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; 
production copyright 1961. Undated notes by Herbert Glass. 

Parliament PLP-148; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Violin concerto. 
(Disc #26) Valse triste. Morton Gould & His Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1963. Undated notes by Robert A. Simon. 

RCA Victor LM-2666 mono; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Lemminkdinen's Return. 
(Disc #27) Valse triste. Charles Mackerras / London Proms Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; 
production copyright 1964. Undated notes by Charles O'Connell. 

RCA Victrola VIC-1069 mono; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Elegie & Musette (from King Kristian II Suite); 

Entr'acte (from Pelleas et Melisande Suite). 

Side 2: Five pieces by Edvard Grieg. 
(Disc #28) Valse triste. Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by D.P., 
copyright 1966. 

Capitol SP 8669 stereo; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Lemminkdinen's Return. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #67) Valse triste. Gennady Rozhdestvensky / Leningrad Philharmonic. Recording date not given; 
[1967?] Recorded in the USSR. Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. 

Melodiya/Angel R-40031 mono; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Belshazzar's Feast. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Pelleas et Melisande Suite. 

OP. 46 PELLEAS ET MELISANDE SUITE 

(Disc #115) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Joan Chissell. 

London LL 1277; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 6. 
(Disc #112) Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given [1955?] 
Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. 

Angel Records 35458; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. The Oceanides; Symphony No. 7. 
Possibly a recording of the all-Sibelius concert at London's Festival Hall on the night of the 
composer's 90th birthday, December 8, 1955. On this occasion. Sir Thomas Beecham was 
presented with the Order of the White Rose of Finland. 
(Disc #67) Gennady Rozhdestvensky / Leningrad Philharmonic. Recording date not given; [1967?] Recorded 
in the USSR. Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. 

Melodiya/Angel R-4(X)31 mono; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Belshazzar's Feast; Valse triste. 

OP. 46 PELLEAS ET MELISANDE SUITE. Excerpts 

(Disc #27) Entr 'acte. Charles Mackerras / London Proms Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; 
production copyright 1964. Undated notes by Charles O'Connell. 

RCA Victrola VIC-1069 mono; side 1. (Was also available stereo) 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Valse triste; Elegie & Musette (from King Kristian II Suite). 

Side 2: Five pieces by Edvard Grieg. 



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OP. 47 VIOLIN CONCERTO 

(Disc #68) Arnold Eidus, violin; Frederick Hummel / The Orchestra Society of Vienna. Recording date not 
given. Notes undated, anonymous. 

Stradivari Records STR611; side 1. 
Side 2: Brahms. Sonata in A major, for violin and piano. 
(Disc #69) Camilla Wicks, violin; Sixten Ehrling / The Symphony Orchestra of Radio Stockholm. 
Recording date not given. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Capitol P8327; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela; The Return of Lemminkainen. 
(Disc #84) David Oistrakh, violin; Sixten Ehrling / Stockholm Festival Orchestra. Recording date not 
given. Undated notes by Scott Goddard. 
Angel Records 353125; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 3. 
(Disc #70) Jascha Heifetz, violin; Sir Thomas Beecham / The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording 
date not given. Undated notes by James Lyons. 
RCA Victor LCT 1113; side 1. 
Side 2: Chausson. Concerto in D. 
(Disc #71) Emil Telmanyi, violin; Thomas Jensen / Danish National Orchestra. Recording date not given. 
Undated notes by Paul Affelder. 

Mercury Classics MG10131. 
(Disc #72) Isaac Stem, violin; Sir Thomas Beecham / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date 
not given. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Columbia ML 4550; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Scenes historiques I. 
(Disc #73) Tossy Spivakovsky, violin; Tauno Hannikainen / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording 
date not given [1959?] Notes undated, anonymous. 
Everest LPBR 6045 mono; side 1 . 
Side 2: Sibelius. Tapiola. 
(Disc #74) David Oistrakh, violin; Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not 
given [I960?] Undated notes by Morris Hastings. This is David Oistrakh's first American 
recording of this concerto. 

Columbia ML 5492; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #75) Jascha Heifetz, violin; Walter Hendl / Chicago Symphony. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1960. Notes undated, anonymous. 
RCA Victor LM-2435. 
(Disc #76) Julian Sitkovecky, violin; Nikolai Anosov / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not 
given; production copyright 1%1. Undated notes by Herbert Glass. 
Parliament PLP-148; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Valse triste; The Swan of Tuonela. 
(Disc #77) Zino Francescatti, violin; Leonard Bernstein / The New York Philharmonic. Recording date not 
given [1965?] Undated notes by Bernard Raab. 
Columbia ML 6131; side 1. 
Side 2: Bruch. Violin Concerto. 
(Disc #78) David Oistrakh, violin; Gennady Rozhdestvensky / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra. 
Recording date 1967? Undated notes by Edward Gushing. 
Melodiya/ Angel R-40020 mono; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Humorescjues. 
(Disc #79) Ruggiero Ricci, violin; Oivin Fjelstad / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not 
given. Undated notes by Neville Marriner. 
London STS 15054 stereo; side 1. 
Side 2: Tchaikovsky. Serenade melancolique; Scherzo from Souvenir d'un lieu cher. 



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OP. 49 POHJOHLA'S DAUGHTER 

(Disc #48) Arturo Toscanini / The NBC Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor LM 6711-5 (Disc 3 from an unidentified album); side 6. 

Side 5: Sibelius. Symplwny No. 2. 
(Disc #80) Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

RCA Victor LCT 1152; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Faure. Incidental music to Pelleas et Melisande. Stravinsky. Capriccio. 

Side 1: Copland. Lincoln Portrait. 
(Disc #30) Thor Johnson / Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; "Recorded in Europe". 
No notes. 

Remington R-199-191; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sih)elius. Tulen synti. 

Side 2: Glazounov. Violin Concerto in A minor. 
(Disc #91) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
William Mann. 

London LL-1059; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 
(Disc #4) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 

Charles Burr. 

Columbia ML 5249; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. En saga. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Oceanides; Tapiola. 
(Disc #2) Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given; 

production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard 489-490 (album, 2 discs); side 2. 

Also on side 2; Sibelius. The Bard; Lemminkainen's Homecoming. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanides. 

Side 4: Sibelius. Nighlride and Sunrise; Finlandia; Prelude to The Tempest. 
(Disc #26) Harvey Shapiro, cello solo; Morton Gould and His Orchestra. Recording date not given; 
production copyright 1963. Undated notes by Robert A. Simon. 

RCA Victor LM-2666 mono; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Lemminkainen's Return. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; The Swan of Tuonela; Valse triste. 
(Disc #28) Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by D. P., copyright 
1966. 

Capitol SP 8669 stereo; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Valse triste; Lemminkainen's Return. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Finlandia; Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #31) Thor Johnson / Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Recorded 1953, released first in mono, 1953; this 
is the first stereo release, 1978. Undated notes by David Nelson. 

VareseVC81041;sidel. 

Also on side 1: Sih)elius. Tulen synti. 

Side 2: Choral pieces by Sibelius, Turunen, Kilpinen, Sonninen, Palmgren, and Haapalainen. 
(Disc #110) Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Reid 
Guillamore. 

Vanguard SRV-137; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 

OP. 50 AUS BANGER BRUST (O WERT THOU HERE) 

No. 4 Marian Anderson, contralto & Kosti Vehanen, piano. Recording date not given. No notes. 

(Disc #81) Victor 2146; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Ldngsamt som kvallsskyn. 



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OP. 51 BELSHAZZAR'S FEAST (SUITE) 

(Disc #67) Gennady Rozhdestvensky / Leningrad Philharmonic. Recording date not given [1967?]. 
Recorded in the USSR. Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. 

Melodiya/ Angel R-40031 mono; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Romance in C major; Valse triste. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Pelleas et Melisande Suite. 

OP. 52 SYMPHONY NO. 3 

(Disc #82) Robert Kajanus / London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; during the composer's 
lifetime. Undated, anonymous notes for symphonies no. 3 and 7 laid in. 

Victor M-394 (album, 4 discs); sides 1-8. 

Originally 7 discs, to contain also Symphony No. 7; empty jackets discarded. 
(Disc #83) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony (Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
William Mann. 

London LL 1008; side 1. 

Side 2; Sibelius. Symphony No. 7. 
(Disc #84) Paul Kletzki / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by S. Goddard. 

Angel Records 35315; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 
(Disc #85) Lorin Maazel / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1968. Undated notes by Robert Layton. 

London CS 6591 stereo; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Symphony No. 6. 

OP. 53A PAN AND ECHO, DANCE INTERMEZZO 

(Disc #97) Martti Simila / Finlandia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes but listing of the series . 
Fennica levysarja (Series of Finnish composers, no. 1); side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Seines historiques II. 
Side 2: Ranta. Kainuun kuvia. Linnala. Suomalainen rapsodia. 

OP. 54 SWANWHITE SUITE 

(Disc#1) Paavo Berglund / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in Guildhall, Southampton, 

1971. Laid in: Notes by Robert Layton, copyright 1971. 

Angel SB-3778 stereo (cassette, 2 discs); side 4. 

Also on side 4: Sibelius. Scene with Cranes. 

Sides 1-3: Sibelius. Kullervo. 

OP. 55 NIGHT RIDE AND SUNRISE 

(Disc #105) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Roy Budden. 

London LL 1276; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 
(Disc #2) Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given; 

production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (album, 2 discs); side 4. 

Also on side 4: Sibelius. Finlandia; Prelude to The Tempest. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; The Bard; Lemminkdinen's Homecoming. 

Side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanides. 

OP. 56 QUARTET IN D MINOR (VOCES INTIMAE) 

(Disc #11 4) Budapest String Quartet (Roismann, Schneider, Ipolyi, Schneider). Recording date not given. No 
notes. Issued by The Sibelius Society; its. vol. 3) 

B.I.E.M. 2B 6964-2D 1647 (album, 7 discs), sides 7-14. 
Sides 1-6: Sibelius. Symphony No. 6. 

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(Op. 56, Voces Intimae, continued ) 

(Disc #86) The Griller String Quartet. Recording date not given; production copyright 1951. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

London LLP 304. 
(Disc #87) Budapest String Quartet. Recording date not given [1957?] "Recorded at the Library of Congress, 
Washington, D.C. on the Stradivarius instruments of the Gertrude Clarke Whittall 
Foundation." Undated notes by Charles Burr. 
Columbia ML 5202; side 1 . 
Side 2: Grieg. Quartet in C minor. 
(Disc #88) The Claremont Quartet. Recording date not given [after 1965]. Undated notes by Bernard 
Jacobson. 

Nonesuch H-72240 stereo; side 2. 
Side 1: Elgar. String quartet in E minor. 

OP. 61 EIGHT SONGS WITH PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT 

No.l Ldngsamt kom kvallsskyn. Marian Anderson, contralto & Kosti Vehanen, piano. Recording date 

(Disc #81) not given. No notes. 

Victor 2146; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Aus banger Brust. 

OP. 62 KUOLEMA. Excerpts 

(Disc #12) Canzonetta. Arthur Winograd and His String Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated 
notes by Edward Cole. 

MGME3335;sidel. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Rakastava. 
Side 2: Nielsen. Little Suite for String Orchestra. 
(Disc#1) Scene with Cranes. Paavo Berglund / Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in Guildhall, 

Southampton, 1971. Notes by Robert Layton laid in, copyright 1971. 
Angel SB-3778 stereo (cassette, 2 discs); side 4. 
Also on side 4: Sibelius. Swanwhite Suite. 
Sides 1-3: Sibelius. Kullervo. 

OP. 63 SYMPHONY NO. 4 

(Disc #89) Sir Thomas Beecham / The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; during 
Sibelius' lifetime. Notes undated, anonymous, inside front cover and laid in. Issued by 
The Sibelius Society; its vol. 5 

Victor M-446 (album, 7 discs); sides 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11-14. 
Sides 2, 4, 6: Sibelius. The Tempest. 

Sides 8, 10: Sibelius. Lemminkainen's Homeward Journey. 
(Disc #90) Artur Rodzinski / Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. Recording date not given; 
production copyright 1947. Undated notes by Paul Affelder. 
Columbia set mm-665 (album, 4 discs). 
(Disc #91) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
William Mann. 

London LL-1 059; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. PohjoMa's Daughter. 
(Disc #92) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Charles Burr. "Issued in commemoration of the composer's 90th birthday" [1955]. 
Columbia ML 5045; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 
(Disc #93) Sixten Ehrling / Stockholm Radio Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated 
notes by James Lyons. 

Mercury Classics MG 10143. 



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(Disc #94) Herbert von Karajan / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Angel 35082; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Tapiola. 
(Disc #95) Ernest Ansermet / L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1964. Notes undated, anonymous. 

London CM 9387 mono; side 1. (Was also available stereo) 

Side 2: Sibelius. Tapiola. 
(Disc #96) Lorin Maazel / The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1968. Undated notes by Robert Lay ton. 

London CS 6592; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Tapiola. 

OP. 64 THE BARD 

(Disc #2) Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given; 

production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (cassette, 2 discs); side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; Lemminkainen's Homecoming. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 3; Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanides. 

Side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Finlandia; Prelude to The Tempest. 
(Disc #6) Alexander Gibson / Scottish National Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by Malcolm 

Rayment, copyright 1967. 

Capitol SP 8677 stereo; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Karelia Overture; Festivo (from Seines historicjues I). 

Side 2: Sibelius. King Kristian II Suite. 

OP. 66 HISTORIALLISIA KUVIA U (SCENES HISTORIQUES II). Excerpts 

(Disc #97) The Chase; Love Song; At the Drawbridge. Martti Simila / Finlandia Orchestra. Recording date 
not given; no notes but listing of the series. 

Fennica levysarja (Series of Finnish composers, no. 1); side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Pan and Echo. 

Side 2: Ranta. Kainuum kuvia. Linnala. Suomalainen rapsodia. 

OP. 70 LUONNOTAR 

(Disc #44) Phyllis Curtin, soprano; Leonard Bernstein / New York Philharmonic. Recording date not given 
[1970?] Undated notes by Edward Downes. Columbia M 30232 stereo; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 1. 

OP. 73 AALLOTTARET (THE OCEANIDES) 

(Disc #98) Sir Adrian Boult / The B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor M311; sides 5-6 (originally part of an unidentified album). 
(Disc #100) Jussi Jalas / Finlandia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes but listing of the series. 
Fennica levysarja (Series of Finnish composers, no. 3); side 2. 
Side 1: Madetoja. Symphony No. 2. 
(Disc #4) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 

Charles Burr. 

Columbia ML 5249; side 2. 
Also on side 2: Sibelius. Tapiola. 
Side 1; Sibelius. En saga; Pohjohla's Daughter. 
(Disc #122) Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given [1955?] 

Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. Possibly a recording of the concert at London's Festival 
Hall on the composer's 90th birthday, December 8, 1955 (cf. note, op. 46). 
Angel Records 35458; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Symp/iony No. 7. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Pellias et Milisande. 

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(Op. 73, Aallottaret, continued) 

(Disc #2) Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given; 

production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (album, 2 discs); side 3. 

Also on side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; The Bard; Lemminkainen' s Homecoming. 

Side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Finlandia; Prelude to The Tempest. 

OP. 82 SYMPHONY NO. 5 

(Disc #101) Artur Rodzinski / The Cleveland Orchestra. Recording date not given; after 1947. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

Columbia ML 4043. 
(Disc #102) Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

RCA Victor LCT 1151; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Symphony No. 7. 
(Disc #103) Artur Rodzinski / The Cleveland Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Charles Burr. 

Columbia ML 4881; side 2. 

Side 1: Shostakovitch. Symphony No. 1. 
(Disc #104) Jussi Jalas / Rias Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; no notes. "Recorded in Europe." 

Remington R-1 99-201. 
(Disc #105) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
John Culshaw. 

London LL 1276; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Night Ride and Sunrise. 
(Disc #92) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. "Issued in 

commemoration of the composer's 90th birthday" [1955]. Undated notes by Charles Burr. 

Columbia ML 5045; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 
(Disc #106) Erik Tuxen /Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

London B19036; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #107) Sixten Ehrling / Stockholm Radio Symphony. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Lyons. 

Mercury MG10142; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Symphony No. 6. 
(Disc #108) Herbert von Karajan / The Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Andrew Porter. 

Angel Records 35002; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Finlandia. 
(Disc #109) Theodore Bloomfield / Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; after 1958. 
Notes undated, anonymous. 

Everest LPBR 6068 mono; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Finlandia. 
(Disc #110) Sir John Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Reid Guillamore. 

Vanguard SRV-1 37; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter. 

OP. 87 HUMORESQUES 1-2, FOR VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA 

(Disc #111) Aaron Rosand, violin; Tibor Szoke / Symphony Orchestra of the Southwest German Radio, 
Baden-Baden. Production copyright 1959. Undated notes by Martin Bookspan. 
Vox PL 11.600; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Humoresijues 3-6. Sarasate. Zigeunerweisen. 
Side 2: Sarasate. Carmen Fantasy. Tchaikovsky. Serenade melancolique. 



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(Disc #78) David Oistrakh, violin; Gennady Rozhdestvensky / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra. 
Recording date not given [1966 or 1967]. Undated notes by Edward Gushing. 
Melodiya/ Angel R-40020 mono; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 

OP. 89 HUMORESQUES 3-6, FOR VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA 

(Disc #111) Aaron Rosand, violin; Tiber Szoke / Symphony Orchestra of the Southwest German Radio, 
Baden-Baden. Production copyright 1959. Undated notes by Martin Bookspan. 
Vox PL 11.600; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. Humoresques 1-2. Sarasate. Zigeunerweisen. 
Side 2: Sarasate. Carmen Fantasy. Tchaikovsky. Serenade melancolique. 

OP. 98A SUITE MIGNONNE 

(Disc #112) Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes but listing of 
the whole series. 

Fennica levysarja (Series of Finnish composers, no. 6); side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Andante festive. Saikkola. Musica per archi. 
Side 2: Ringbom. Little Suite for Orchestra. Er\§\und. Kiinan muuri. 
Lerche. Hdmdrd. Tolonen. Arabesques - Finaletto. 

OP. 104 SYMPHONY NO. 6 

(Disc#113) Georg Schneevoigt / Finnish National Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor M 344 (3 discs, possibly from an album); sides 1-6. 
(Disc #114) Georg Schneevoigt / Finnish National Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. Issued by 
The Sibelius Society; its vol. 3. 

B.l.E.M. 2B 6964-2D 1647 (album, 7 discs); sides 1-6. 
Sides 7-14: Sibelius. Quartet in D minor (Voces intimae) 
(Disc #115) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Johan Chissell. 

London LL 1277; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Pelleas et Melisande Suite. 
(Disc #107) Sixten Ehrling / Stockholm Radio Symphony. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
James Lyons. 

Mercury MG10142; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 
(Disc #116) Herbert von Karajan / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Andrew Porter. 

Angel Records 35316; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Symphony No. 7. 
(Disc #85) Lorin Maazel / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; production copyright 
1968. Undated notes by Robert Layton. 
London CS 6591 stereo; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 3. 

OP. 105 SYMPHONY NO. 7 

(Disc #117) Vladimir Golschmann / St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor DM 922 (album, 3 discs); sides 1-6. 
(Disc #119) Vladimir Golschmann / St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes 
by Irving Kolodin. 

RCA Victor LBC-1067; side 1. 

Side 2: Mozart. Prague Symphony. 
(Disc #102) Serge Koussevitzky / The Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

RCA Victor LCT 1151; side 2. 



Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 



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(Op. 105, Symphony No. 7, continued) 

(Disc #118) Antero Saike / The Symphony Orchestra of Olympia. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1953. No notes. 

Allegro 3103; side 1. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #83) Anthony Collins / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
William Mann. 

London LL 1008; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 3. 
(Disc #120) Sir Jolm Barbirolli / The Halle Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Scott Goddard. 

RCA Victor LHMV-1011; side 1. 
Side 2: Rubbra. Symphony No. 5. 
(Disc #121) Sir Thomas Beecham / Philharmonic-Syniphony Orchestra of New York. Recording date not 
given. Notes undated, anonymous. 
Columbia ML 4086; side 1 . 
Side 2: Wagner. Siegfried Idyll. 
(Disc #122) Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given [1955?] 

Undated notes by Nils-Eric Ringbom. Possibly a recording of an all-Sibelius concert, London's 
Festival Hall, December 8, 1955 (cf. note, op. 46). 
Angel 35458; side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. The Oceanides. 
Side 2: Sibelius. Pelleas et Melisande. 
(Disc #11 6) Herbert von Karajan / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 
Andrew Porter. 

Angel Records 35316; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 6. 
(Disc #123) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given [1961?] 
Notes undated, anonymous. 

Columbia ML 5675; side 2. 
Side 1: Respighi. Feste Romane. 

OP. 109 THE TEMPEST 

(Disc #89) Sir Thomas Beecham / The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; during 
Sibelius's lifetime. Notes undated, anonymous, inside front cover and laid in. Issued by 
The Sibelius Society; its vol. 5. 

Victor M-446(album, 7 discs); sides 2, 4, 6. 
Sides 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11-14: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 
Sides 8, 10: Sibelius. Lemminkainen's Homeward Journey. 
(Disc #9) Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given [1957 or 1958?]. 

Undated notes by Charles Burr. 

Columbia 5321 (Beecham Encores); side 2. 

Also on side 2: Rimsky-Korsakov. March from Z^ Co^ i 'Or. Berlioz. Overture to 
The Trojans at Carthage. 

Side 1: Massenet. The Last Sleep of the Virgin. Berlioz. March from The Trojans 
at Carthage. Sibelius. March from Karelia Suite. 
(Disc #29) Stig Westerberg / Stockholm Radio Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by Alf 
Thoor (translated from the Swedish). 

Westminster XWN 18529; side 2. 
Side 1: Sibelius. King Kristian II Suite. 

OP. 109 THE TEMPEST. Excerpts 

(Disc #124) Humoresque; Oak Tree; Caliban and Canon. Sir Thomas Beecham / The London Philharmonic 
Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 
Columbia 68409-D; sides 1-2. 



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(Disc #65) Berceuse. Leopold Stokowski / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Victor 14726; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Valse triste. 
(Disc #2) Prelude. Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date 

not given; production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489-490 (album, 2 discs); side 4. 

Also on side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Finlandia. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; The Bard; Lemminkainen's Homecoming. 

Side 3: Sibelius. Tapiola; Oceanides. 

OP. 112 TAPIOLA 

(Disc #125) Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given; after the 
composer's 75th anniversary. Undated notes by Ernest Newman, laid in. 

Victor M-848 (album, 2 discs); sides 1-4. 
(Disc #126) Centennial Symphony Orchestra (conductor not listed). Recording date not given. No notes. 

Camden CAL-159 (RCA); side 2. 

Side 1: Tchaikovsky. Francesca da Rimini. Liszt. Mephisto Waltz. 
(Disc #127) Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

RCA Victor LM 9001; side 1. 

Side 2: Debussy. Printemps. 
(Disc #2) Sir Adrian Boult / The Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London. Recording date not given; 

production copyright 1956. Undated notes by Abraham Veinus. 

Vanguard VRS 489^90 (album, 2 discs); side 3. 

Also on side 3: Sibelius. Oceanides. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Pohjohla's Daughter; The Bard; Lemminkainen's Homecoming. 

Side 4: Sibelius. Nightride and Sunrise; Finlandia; Prelude to The Tempest. 
(Disc #128) Hans Rosbaud / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Notes by James Lyons, 
written 1957. 

DeccaDL 9938; side 1. 

Also on side 1: Sibelius. The Swan of Tuonela. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Karelia Suite; Bolero (Festivo). 
(Disc #4) Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated notes by 

Charles Burr. 

Columbia ML 5249; side 2. 

Also on side 2: Sibelius. Oceanides. 

Side 1: Sibelius. En saga; Pohjohla's Daughter. 
(Disc #73) Tauno Hannikainen / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given [1958 or 1959?]. 
Notes undated, anonymous. 

Everest LPBR 6045 mono; side 2. (Was also available stereo) 

Side 1: Sibelius. Violin Concerto. 
(Disc #94) Herbert von Karajan / Philharmonia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Angel 35082; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 
(Disc #95) Ernest Ansermet / L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1964. Notes undated, anonymous. 

London CM 9387 mono; side 2. (Was also available stereo) 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 
(Disc #96) Lorin Maazel / The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; production 
copyright 1968. Undated notes by Robert Lay ton. 

London CS 6592; side 2. 

Side 1: Sibelius. Symphony No. 4. 



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Works Without Opus Number 

ANDANTE FESTIVO 

(Disc #112) Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. Recording date not given. No notes but listing of the 
whole series. 

Fennica levysarja (Series of Finnish composers, no. 6); side 1. 
Also on side 1: Sibelius. Suite mignonne. Saikkola. Musica per archi. 
Side 2: Ringbom. Little Suite for Orchestra. Englund. Kiinan muuri. Lerche. Hamara. 
Tolonen. Arabesques - Finaletto. 

VELISURMAAJA (Fratricide) 

(Disc #129) Finnish Folk Song, arranged for kantele by Hannikainen. Vaino Hannikainen, kantele. 
Recording date not given. No notes but listing of the whole series. 

Fennica ST 13 (album, 10 discs, Finnish composers); side 1. 

Side 2: Hannikainen. Muunnelmia suomalaisesta kansanlaulusta. 



Collections 

(Disc #130) Symphonies 1-7. Akeo Watanabe / The Japan Philharmonic. Recording date not given [after 
1964]. Undated notes by James Lyons. "Note that even the last of the Sibelius Symphonies 
has been vdth us now for well over forty years." 
Epic SC 6057 (album, 5 discs). 

(Disc #131) Songs. Aulikki Rautawaara, soprano; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (conductor not listed), also 
F. Leitner, piano. Recording date not given. No notes. 

Includes: Sigh, Sedges Sigh; Black Roses; On a Balcony by the Sea; In the Fields a 

Maiden Sings; The Diamond on the March Snow. 

Capitol L-8041; side 1. 

Side 2: Sibelius. Three Finnish Songs. 

(Disc #132) Songs. Kirsten Flagstad; 0ivin Fjelstad / The London Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not 
given. Undated notes by Kathleen Dale. Laid in: text of all songs, in Swedish and English. 
Includes: In the Evening; Was It a Dream; On a Balcony By the Sea; The First Kiss; 
The Diamond on the March Snow; The Maiden Returned From Her Tryst; Arioso; 
Spring Flies Fast; Since Then I Have Asked No Further; But There's Still No Bird For 
Me; Autumn Evening; Black Roses; Sigh, Rushes, Sigh; Come Away, Death. 
London 5436. 

(Disc #133) Song recital. Kim Borg, bass; Erik Werba, piano. Recording date not given. Notes undated, 
anonymous. 

Includes: Come Away, Death; When That I Was a Little Tiny Boy; Lea trois soeurs 
aveugles; Im Feld in Mddchen singt; Lastu lainehilla; Illalle; Souda, souda, sinisorsa; 
Finlandia-Hymni; Drommen; Varen flyktar hastigt; Till Frigga; Flagellek; Romeo; 
Demanten pa marssnon; Sdf, sdf, susa; Svarta rosor. 
Decca DL 9983. 

(Disc #134) A Recital of the Helsinki University Chorus, Ylioppilaskunnan Laulujat, Martti Turunen, 

conductor. Recording date not given. No notes. Includes an original Sibelius choral work. Song 
of My Heart; Finlandia, arranged for chorus SATB by Turunen; also six pieces by other Finnish 
composers. 

Remington R-199-167; side 1. 

Side 2: A selection of classical choral works. 



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Recordings added to Harold E. Johnson's Collection 

Note: Other recordings, especially newer ones, have been added to the library's general music collections. 

A. Collection Has Tapes Only: 

(Tape 141) Jungfrun i Tomet (The Maiden in the Tower. Opera in one act.) No date; recorded after Sibelius's 
death. Recorded with: 
Karelia Suite (Op. 11). Neeme Jarvi / Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. 

The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1905. The recording was made in 
Gothenburg Symphony Hall were Sibelius conducted performances of his compositions; the 
Hall is renowned for its fine acoustics. 
BIS LP-250 stereo. 

(Tape 141) Complete works for violin and piano. Ruggio Ricci, violin. Recorded 1979 in St. Andrew's 
Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Canada. 

Discopedia MBS 2(X)9 stereo. On this tape: 
Op. 2. Two pieces Op. 80. Sonatina in E 

(Tape 142) Op. 78. Four pieces Op. 81. Five pieces 

Op. 79. Six pieces Op. 102. Novellette 

Op. 106. Danses champetres (No. 1-2) 
(Tape 143) Op. 106. Danses champetres (No. 3-5) 

Op. 115. Five pieces 

(Tape 143) Jean Sibelius - Melodies, Songs, Lieder. Jorma Hynninen, baritone, Ralf Gothoni, piano, Seppo 
Siirala, guitar. Recorded 1975; released 1984. 

Harmonia Mundi, France, HMC 5142 stereo. 
Sidel: Op. 73, no. 4-5 Side 2: Q^o o-pus r\.o.) Souda, souda, sinisora. 
Op. 17, no. 4 Op. 17, no. 7 

Op. 36, no. 4 Op. 27, no. 4 

Op. 13, no. 4. Op. 50, no. 3 

Op. 38, no. 2 Op. 17, no. 6 

Op. 60, no. 1-2 Op. 46, no. 4; 

Op. 17, no. 1 
p. 7, from Kullervo: Kullervos klagan 

(Tape 144) Twentieth Century Finnish Piano Music. Liisa Karhilo, piano. Recording date or place not given. 
MHS Stereo 3596; side 2: Jean Sibelius. 
Op. 76: Thirteen pieces for piano 
Op. 114: Five esquisses for piano 

(Tape 144) Sibelius - Songs, Melodies, Lieder. Tom Krause, baritone / Irwin Gage, piano; Elisabeth 

Sonderstrom, soprano / Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano; Carlos Bonell, guitar. Recorded in 
Kingsway Hall, London, from December 1978 to November 1981; released 1984. 

Argo Records (Decca), 41 1 739-1 ZH5 (album, 5 discs) 
Sidel: Op. 36, no. 1-2, 4-6 Side 2: Op. 38, no. 2, 4-5 

Op. 36, no. 3 (TapeUSjOp. 38, no. 3, 1 

Op.37, no. 1-5 Op.35, no. 1-2 

(Tape 145) Side 3: Op. 17, no. 1-7 

Op. 1, no. 1-5 Side 4: Op. 13, no. 1-6 

Side 5: Op. 13, no. 7 

Op. 50, no. 1-6 

(No op. no.) Erloschen; Segelfahrt 

(From op. 46) Trois soeurs aveugles; (No op. no) Hymn to Thais 

Side 6: Op. 57, no. 1-8 
Side 7: Op. 72, no. 3^ 

Op. 86, no. 1 
(Tape 147) Op. 86, no. 2-6 (Sibelius - Songs, Melodies, Lieder, continued on next page) 



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(Sibelius - Songs, Melodies, Lieder, continued ) 

(Tape 147) Side 8: Op. 61, no. 1-8 Side 9: Op. 88, no. 1-6 

Op. 3: Arioso Op. 90, no. 1-6 

Side 10: Op. 27, no. 4 
(Tape 1 48) (No op. no.) Serenade 

(No op. no.) Souda, souda, sinisora 

(No op. no.) Narciss; Op. 60, no. 1-2 

(No op. no.) Smd flickorna. 

(Tape 149) The Orchestral Songs of Jean Sibelius, including Luonnotar and The Rapids-Rider's Brides. Jorma 
Hynninen, baritone; Mari Anne Haggander, soprano; Jorma Panula / The Gothenburg 
Symphony Orchestra. Recorded May 14-16, 1984, at Gothenburg Concert Hall. 

Grammofon AB BIS-LP-270, digital recording 1985. 
Side 1: Serenade; Sdngen om korsspindeln; Pd verandan vid havet; Kom nu hit, dod; Demanten pa 

marssnSn; Koskenlaskian morsiammet. 
Side 2: Hdstkvdll; Soluppgang; Sen har jag fragat mera; Arioso; Varen flyktar hastigt; Luonnotar. 

B. Collection Has Discs AND Tapes: 

OP. 9 EN SAGA 

(Tape 150) Sir Thomas Beecham / The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given; undated 
notes by Cecil Gray laid in. The Sibelius Society, VI. 
RCA Victor M658 (album, 7 discs); sides 1-4. 
Sides 5-6: Sibelius. In Memoriam. 
Sides 7-8: Sibelius. The Bard. 

Sides 9-12: Sibelius. Excerpts from Pelleas & Melisande. 
Sides 13-14: Sibelius. Valse triste; Prelude to The Tempest. 

OP. 22 LEMMINKAINEN SUITE, Excerpts 

(Tape 151) The Swan of Tuonela; The Return of Lemminkdinen. Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia 
Orchestra. "Sibelius 75th anniversary album" [1940?]. Notes undated, anonymous. 
RCA Victor DM750 (album, 3 discs); sides 2-6. 
Side 1: Sibelius. f;n/flwrfw. 

OP. 43 SYMPHONY NO. 2 

(Tape 153) Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording date not given. Laid in: 
Undated, anonymous notes. 

RCA Victor DM 1334 Red Seal (album, 5 small discs). 

OP. 49 POHJOHLA'S DAUGHTER 

(Tape 152 Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recording date not given. Undated, 
anonymous notes laid in. 

RCA Victor DM 474 (album, 5 discs); sides 9-10. 
Sides 1-8: Sibelius. Symphony No. 5. 

OP. 63 SYMPHONY NO. 4 

(Tape 154) Leopold Stokowski / The Philadelphia Orchestra. Recording date not given; no notes. 

RCA Victor recordings to date, listed inside back cover: Sibelius symphonies no. 1, 2, 4, 6. 
Victor DM-160 (album, 4 discs). 



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Composers Other Than Sibelius 

Brief listing of Recordings Represented in the Collection 

HUGO ALFVEN 

(Disc #25) Swedish Rhapsody. Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. No date. 
Columbia ML 5596. 

HECTOR BERLIOZ 

(Disc #9) March and Overture, from The Trojans at Carthage. Sir Thomas Beecham / The Royal 
Philharmonic Orchestra. No date. Columbia ML 532L 

ERIK BERGMAN 

(Disc #129) Sorg och glddje (joy and Sorrow). Sylvelin L^ngholm-Bergman, soprano, and Erik Bergman, 

piano. No date. Fennica ST 16. 
(Disc #129) Sonatine for piano. Rolf Bergroth, piano. No date. Fennica ST 16. 

JOHANNES BRAHMS 

(Disc #10) Liebeslieder-Walzer. Arranged by Friedrich Hermann. No date. Victor M 455. 
(Disc #68) Sonata in A major, for violin and piano. Arnold Eidus, violin; Leopold Mittman, piano. No date. 
Stradivari Records STR 611. 

MAXBRUCH 

(Disc #77) Violin Concerto. Zino Francescatti, violin; Thomas Schippers / The New York Philharmonic. No 
date. Columbia ML 6131. 

BENGT CARLSON 

(Disc #140) Goternas sang (Song of the Goths). Erik Bergman / Akademiska Sangforeningen. No date. 

Fennica ST 8. 
(Disc #140) Bon om ro (Prayer for peace). Erik Bergman / Akademiska Sdngforeningen. No date. 

Fennica ST 8. 

ERNEST AMIDES CHAUSSON 

(Disc #70) Concerto in D. Jascha Heifetz, violin; Jesiis Maria Sanroma, piano; The Musical Art Quartet. No 
date. RCA Victor LCT 1113. 

AARON COPLAND 

(Disc #80) Lincoln Portrait. Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. Speaker: Melvyn Douglas. 
No date. RCA Victor LCT 1152. 

CLAUDE DEBUSSY 

(Disc #127) Printemps. Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. No date. 

RCA Victor LM 9001. 

EDWARD ELGAR 

(Disc #88) String Quartet in E minor. The Claremont Quartet. No date; after 1965. Nonesuch H- 71 140. 

EINAR ENGLUND 

(Disc #112) Kiinan muuri (Incidental music to the play "The Great Wall of China" by Max Frisch). Nils-Eric 
Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 6. 

GABRIEL FAURE 

(Disc #80) Incidental music to Pelleas et Melisande. Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. No 
date. RCA Victor LCT 1152. 



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FINNISH CHORAL MUSIC 

(Disc #31) Choral music by Finnish composers. Rafael Sora and Veikko Tyrvainen, soloists; Martti Turunen / 
Helsinki University Chorus. 1953. Var&se VC 81041. 

FINNISH SONGS 

(Disc#131) Three Finnish songs. Aulikki Rautawaara, soprano; F. Leitner, piano; Berlin Philharmonic 
Orchestra (conductor's name not listed). No date. Capitol L-8041. 

NILS-ERIC FOUGSTEDT 

(Disc #5) Intrada & Finnish Folk Song {arr.). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. 

Fennica levysarja, no. 2. 

ALEXANDER GLAZOUNOV 

(Disc #30) Violin Concerto in A minor. Andre Gabriel, violin; Thor Johnson / Cincinnati Symphony 
Orchestra. No date. Remington R-199-191. 

EDVARD GRIEG 

(Disc #11) Norwegian Dances. Franz Litschauer / The Vienna State Opera Orchestra. No date; after 1953. 

Vanguard VRS 1030. 
(Disc #25) Peer Gynt Suite No. 1. Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. No date. 

Columbia ML 5596. 
(Disc #87) Quartet in G minor. Budapest String Quartet. No date. Columbia ML 5202. 
(Disc #27) Wedding Day at Troldhaugen; Cow-Keeper's Tune & Country Dance, from op. 63; Heart Wounds 
& The Last Spring, op. 34. Charles Mackerras / London Proms Symphony Orchestra. 1964. 

RCA Victrola VlC-1069. 

VAINO HAAPALAINEN 

(Disc #140) Gavotte. Erik Cronvall / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica ST 2. 

(Disc #129) Muunelmia suomalaisesta kansanlaulusta (Variations on a Finnish Folk Song). Vaino 

Hannikainen, kantele. No date. Fennica ST 13. 
(Disc #31 Pan. Martti Turunen / Helsinki University Chorus. 1978. Varese VC81041. 

(Disc #129) Passacaglia I and 11. Nilo Heimola, organ. No date. Fennica ST 12. 

ILMARI HANNIKAINEN 

(Disc#129) Gavotte. Ilmari Hannikainen, piano. No date. Fennica ST 11. 
(Disc #129) Ilta (Evening). Ilmari Hannikainen, piano. No date. Fennica ST 11. 
(Disc #129) Rannala istuja (On the Shore). Aune Antti, soprano; Ilmari Hannikainen, piano. No date. 
Fennica ST 11. 

LAURI IKONEN 

(Disc #140) Joutsenlaulu (Swan Song). Jorma Huttunen, tenor; Cyril Szalkiewicz, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 6. 
(Disc #140) fuhannus (Midsummer). Jorma Huttunen, tenor; Cyril Szalkiewicz, piano. No date. Fennica ST 6. 
(Disc #140) Pirtissdni pimenee (Darkness Falls). Jorma Huttunen, tenor; Cyril Szalkiewicz, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 6. 
(Disc #140) Veneretki (Boating). Jorma Huttunen, tenor; Cyril Szalkiewicz, piano. No date. Fenruca ST 6. 

ROBERT KAJANUS 

(Disc #140) Porilaisten marssi (Bjorneborger's March, arranged). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. 
No date. Fennica ST 1 . 

AHTI KARJALAINEN 

(Disc #137) Kesdisia kuvia (Summer Scenes). Asser Sipila, oboe; Marja Oja, piano. No date. Fennica ST 21. 



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HEINO KASKI 

(Disc #129) Muutolinnut (Birds of Passage). Maiju Kuusoja, contralto; Taneli Kuusisto, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 18. 
(Disc #140) Prelude. Erik Cronvall / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica ST 2. 
(Disc #129) Taa saarien paivd painuu (The Sun Sinks Behind the Islands). Maiju Kuusoja, 
contralto; Taneli Kuusisto, piano. No date. Fennica ST 18. 

YRJO KILPINEN 

(Disc #140) Aina laulan (Always I Sing). Aune Antti, soprano; Margaret Kilpinen, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 9. 
(Disc #140) Maassa marjani makavi (My love sleeps under earth). Aune Antti, soprano; Margaret Kilpinen, 

piano. No date. Fennica ST 9. 
(Disc #140) Onpa tietty tietyssdni (I know my love). Aune Antti, soprano; Margaret Kilpinen, piano. No 

date. Fennica ST 9. 
(Disc #140) Suite of songs by Katri Vala: Kotinpaluu (Coming Home), Vapaus (Freedom), Hdmdhdkki (The 

Spider), Valvoja (The Guardian). Tii Niemela, soprano; Pentti Koskimies, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 10. 
(Disc #31 To Song (Laululle). Martti Turunen / Helsinki University Chorus. 1978. Varese VC81041. 

UUNO KLAMI 

(Disc #136) Kalevala Suite. Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 5. 

HEIKKI KLEMETTI 

(Disc #140) Ave maris stella, from the collection Piae Cantiones; arranged. Martti Turunen / Suomen Laulu. 

No date. Fennica ST 5. 
(Disc #140) Oi, kallis Suomenmaa (Dear Land of Suomi; arranged). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia 

Orchestra. No date. Fennica ST 1. 
(Disc #140) Personent hodie, from the collection Piae Cantiones; arranged. Martti Turunen / Suomen Laulu. 

No date. Fennica ST 5. 

FELIX KROHN 

(Disc #129) Kissanpoika (The Kitten). Sulo Saarits, baritone; Cyril Szalkiewicz, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 20. 
(Disc #129) Nocturne. Erik Cronvall, violin; Eevi Cronvall, piano. No date. Fennica ST 20. 
(Disc #140) Nocturne. Sulo Saarits, baritone; Cyril Szalkiewicz, piano. No date. Fennica ST 8. 

ILMARI KROHN 

(Disc #129) Kesaillalla (Summer Evening). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finnish Radio Chorus. No date. 

Fennica ST 19. 
(Disc #129) Lumikorpien yd (Winter Night in the Woods). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finnish Radio Chorus. 

No date. Fennica ST 19. 

TOIVO KUULA 

(Disc #140) Auringon noustessa (At Sunrise). Martti Turunen / Suomen Laulu. No date. Fennica ST 5. 
(Disc #140) Epilogue. Lea Piltti, soprano; Timo Mikkila, piano. No date. Fennica ST 4. 
(Disc #140) Paimenet (The Shepherds). Lea Piltti, soprano; Timo Mikkila, piano. No date. Fennica ST 4. 
(Disc #140) Purjein kuutamolla (Sailing by Moonlight). Lea Piltti, soprano; Timo Mikkila, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 4. 
(Disc #140) SielV on kauan jo kukkuneet omenapuut (The Apple-Trees). Kalervo Tuukkanen / Helsingin 

Laulu. No date. Fennica ST 3. 

TANELI KUUSISTO 

(Disc #129) Sonatine no. 2 for piano. Tapani Valsta, piano. No date. Fennica ST 15. 



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HELVI LEIVISKA 

(Disc #129) Nouse, ok kirkas (Arise, Be Thou a Light). Maiju Kuusoja, contralto; Taneli Kuusisto, piano. 
No date. Fennica ST 19. 

NILS LERCHE 

(Disc #112) Hamara (Twilight). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica 
levysarja, no. 6. 

ERNST LINKO 

(Disc #140) Sonatine in B major. Ernst Linko, piano. No date. Fennica ST 7. 

EINO LINNALA 

(Disc #97) Suomalainen rapsodia (Finnish Rhapsody). Erik Cronvall / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. 
Fennica levysarja, no. 1. 

FRANZ LISZT 

(Disc #126) Mephisto Waltz. Centennial Symphony Orchestra (conductornot listed). No date. Camden 
CAL-159 (RCA). 

ARMAS MAASALO 

(Disc #138) Ah, saapuos yohdn valkeus (Ah, were light to come). Janne Raitio, organ; Nils-Eric Fougstedt / 

Radio Female Chorus. No date. Fennica ST 22. 
(Disc #138) Joulunkellot (Yuletide bells). Radio Female Chorus; Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. 

No date. Fennica ST 22. 
(Disc #138) Pastorale for organ. Armas Maasalo, organ. No date. Fennica ST 22. 

LEEVI MADETOJA 

(Disc #100) Symphony no. 2. Martti Simila / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fermica levysarja, no. 3. 

EINARI MARVIA 

(Disc #129) Myrsky (The Storm). Tii Niemela, soprano; Pentti Koskimies, piano. No date. Fennica ST 20. 
(Disc #129) Taj mahal. Tii Niemela, soprano; Pentti Koskimies, piano. No date. Fennica ST 20. 

JULES MASSENET 

(Disc #9) The Last Sleep of the Virgin. Sir Thomas Beecham / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. No 

date. Columbia ML 5321. 

ERKKI MELARTIN 

(Disc #5) Prinsessa Rusuunen (Incidental music to the play "The Sleeping Beauty" by Z. Topelius). Jussi 

Jalas / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 2. 

AARRE MERIKANTO 

(Disc #135) Lemminkdinen. Martti Simila / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 4. 

OSKAR MERIKANTO 

(Disc #129) Haudoilta (The Graves; suite of songs). Sulo Saarits, baritone; Taneli Kuusisto, piano. No date. 

Fennica ST 17. 
(Disc #129) Oi muistatko vield sen virren (Do You Still Remember the Psalm). Sulo Saarits, baritone; Taneli 

Kuusisto, piano. No date. Fennica ST 18. 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 

(Disc #11 9) Symphony No. 38 (Prague). Vladimir Golschmann / St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. No date. 

RCA Victor LBC-1067. 
(Disc #23) Thamos, Konig in Agypten. Felix Giinther / Austrian Symphony Orchestra. Copyright 1951. 

Remington RLP-149-25. 



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MODEST MUSSORGSKY 

(Disc #20) Entr'acte (Act 4), from Khowantchina. Leopold Stokowski / Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. 
No date. Victrola 6366. 

CARL NIELSEN 

(Disc #12) Little Suite for String Orchestra. Arthur Winograd and his string Orchestra. No date. 
MGM E3335. 

FREDERIK PACIUS 

(Disc #140) Mflamme (Finnish National Anthem). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. 

Fennica ST 1. 
(Disc#140) Suomen laulu (Suomi's Song). Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica ST 1. 

SELIM PALMGREN 

(Disc #31 Tuutulaulu (Cradle Song). Martti Turunen / Helsinki University Chorus. 1978. Varese VC81041. 

(Disc #135) Virta (Piano Concerto no. 2, The River). Ernst Linko, piano; Eero Kosonen / Finlandia Orchestra. 
No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 4. 

, VAINO PESOLA 

(Disc #139) Inka-muori (Old Inka). Taru Linnala / Helsingin Tyovaen Naiskuoro. No date. Fennica ST 23. 
(Disc #139) Onnelinnen aamu (Happy Morning). Taru Linnala / Helsingin Tyovaen Naiskuoro. No date. 

Fennica ST 23. 
(Disc #139) Saaristolaispolska (Islanders' jig). Martti Turunen / Ylioppilaskunnan Laulujat (Y.L.). No date. 

Fennica ST 23. 

OLA VI PESONEN 

(Disc #135) Fuga fantastica. Urpx) Fesonen / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 4. 

TAUNO PYLKKANEN 

(Disc#) Preludio sinfonico, and Mare ja hanen poikansa (Air from the opera "Marie and her Son"). Liisa 

Linko, soprano; Jussi Jalas / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 2. 

VAINO RAITIO 

(Disc #5) }outsenet (The Swans). Jussi Jalas / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 2. 

SULHO RANTA 

(Disc #97) Kainuun kuvia (Northern Images). Martti Simila / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica 
levysarja, no. 1. 

OTTORINO RESPIGHI 

(Disc #123) Paste Romane (Poema Sinfonico). Eugene Ormandy / The Philadelphia Orchestra. No date. 
Columbia ML 5675. 

NICHOLAS ANDREIEVICH RIMSKY-KORSAKOV 

(Disc #9) March, from Le Coq d 'Or. Sir Thomas Beecham / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. No date. 
Columbia 532L 

NILS-ERIC RINGBOM 

(Disc #112) Little Suite for Orchestra. Jussi Jalas / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 6. 

EDMUND RUBBRA 

(Disc #120) Symphony No. 5. Sir John BarbirolH / The Halle Orchestra. No date. RCA Victor LHMV-IOIL 



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TOIVO SAARENPAA 

(Disc #140) Elcimd (Life). Kalervo Tuukkanen / Helsingin Laulu. No date. Fennica ST 3. 
(Disc #140) Laula, laula veitosen (Sing, My Brothers). Kalervo Tuukanen / Helsingin Laulu. No date. 
Fennica ST 3. 

LAURI SAIKKOLA 

(Disc #112) Musica per archi. Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 6. 

PABLO DE SARASATE 

(Disc #111) Zigeunerweisen; Carmen Fantasy. Aaron Rosand, violin; Tibor Szoke / Symphony Orchestra of 
the Southwest German Radio, Baden-Baden. Copyright 1959. Vox PL 11.600. 

FRANZ SCHUBERT 

(Disc #66) Marche militaire; arranged by Guiraud. Sir Hamilton Harty / London Philharmonic Orchestra. 
No date. Columbia 7322-M'. 

DIMITRI SHOSTAKOVITCH 

(Disc #103) Symphony No. 1 in F major. Artur Rodzinski / The Cleveland Orchestra. No date. 
Columbia ML 4881. 

AHTI SONNINEN 

(Disc #136) Seitseman veljesta (Incidental music to the play "The Seven Brothers" by Aleksis Kivi). 

Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 5. 
(Disc #31 SoHseva vesi (Rippling Water). Martti Turunen / Helsinki University Chorus. 1978. 

Varese VC81041. 

IGOR STRAVINSKY 

(Disc #80) Capriccio. Serge Koussevitzky / Boston Symphony Orchestra. No date. RCA Victor LCT 1152. 

PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKY 

(Disc #126) Francesca da Rimini. Centennial Symphony Orchestra (conductor not listed). No date. 

Camden CAL-159 (RCA). 
(Disc #111) Serenade melancolique. Aaron Rosand, violin; Tibor Szoke / Symphony Orchestra of the 

Southwest German Radio, Baden-Baden. Copyright 1959. Vox PL 11.600. 
(Disc #79) Serenade melancolique, and Scherzo from Souvenir d'un lieu cher. Ruggiero Ricci, violin; Oivin 

Fjelstad / The London Symphony Orchestra. No date. London STS 15054. 

JOUKO TOLONEN 

(Disc #112) Arabesques - Finaletto. Nils-Eric Fougstedt / Finlandia Orchestra. No date. Fennica 
levysarja, no. 6. 

MARTTI TURUNEN 

(Disc #129) Kijekyyhkynen (Carrier-Pidgeon, suite oi songs). Antti Koskinen, tenor; Marja Oja, piano. 
No date. Fennica ST 14. 

KALERVO TUUKKANEN 

(Disc #136) Karhunpyynti (The Bear Hunt, words by Aleksis Kivi). Kalervo Tuukkanen / Finlandia 
Orchestra and Male Chorus. No date. Fennica levysarja, no. 5. 

RICHARD WAGNER 

(Disc #121) Siegfried Idyll. Artur Rodzinski / Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. No date. 
Columbia 4086. 



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Suiiniintaina kcsakuun 13 pna 1958 



HCL5I/NG1N S 



Prof. Harold E. Johnson: 



Jean Sibeliuksen "Andante lirko" 




Kuva Sibeliuksen alkuperaisesid kdsikiT^oituksesta teokseen Impromptu jousille. ensimmaisen sivu 
Kuvan esittdma kdsikiTjoitus varastettiin heti sen jdlkeen kun kirjoittaja, proj. Johrison oH saanui 



Kuvan esindm.d kdsikiTjoitus varast. _.. , ..„ ^ j_, ^ ^, .,^ „.. „^ 

alokopion, ;oka on talla hetkelld ainoa jdlki mystillisestd katoamisesta. 



Eras kalkkeln kiusaUisimpia 
selkkoja pyrittaessa saamaan 
taytta kuvaa Sibeliuksen koko 
tuotannosta on se, etta monista 
banen savellykslstaan tiedetaan 
nlln vahan. Hyva esimerkki 
on nk. Andante lirlco 
Jousiorkesterllle, jonka tri Ek- 
man mainitsee luett^Ios^aan 
molemmissa kuulan kirjansa 
palnoksissa julkaisemattomana 
teokBena ja vuonna 1924 savet- 
lettyniL 

Va'-naisemmat yrilykseni saad; 
jotahin selvyytta leoksen iuontees. 
ta ohvat turhia. Kaikki suomalai. 
set kustantajn[, musiikkikauppiaat 
ja musiikm tutkijai. joilta kysel 
ravistivat paataan sanoen. etieu 
he oUeet kosKaan nahneei sita, Si- 
beliuksen SLikulaiset ja laheiset ys- 
tavatkaan er. at kyenneet autta- 
iTidan minua. Naytti lodella oudol- 
ta. etta savellys. joka on kirjoitel- 
tu niin myohaan kuin 1924. ohsi 
kadonneiden joukossa. Kysyin il- 
seltani. kuioKa tama koKo juttu 
andante hncosia oikeastaan oli ai- 
kanuf Kuka ensiksi kirjojlti suta? 
Vastaus nayltaa oie\'an, etta eng- 
lanulainen Sibelius-tuntija Cecil 
Gray oh ensimmamen. Hanen 
vuonna 1931 julkaisemassaan tut- 
kimuksessa saveilajan musnkista 
loydamme hanen listastaan nnsta 
teokiista, joiUa ei ole opus nume- 
roa, mm. seuraavan kohdan: 
Andante lestivo, jousille 1924 
Andante linco. jousille 
Sonaatti, F-duuri. viululle 1889 
jne. 
Sattuu olemaan niin. etta Andante 
festive savellettiin vuonna 1922, 

ke meita nv\. Tarkeata on kuilen- 
kin se. etta Gray ei anna savellys. 
vuotta Andnnte liricolle, k o s k a 
han ei ?ita tiennyt. Toden- 
nakoLsesti tapahtui niin. etta Ek- 
man kasitti vaarin Grayn luette- 
]ointimelodin ja oletti, etta vuosi 
1924 koski myos Andante l^ncoa 
niinkum Andante festn-oakm. En 
voinut jattaa mielestani mahdo:ii- 
suutta, etta tama Andante liricon. 
jota kukaan ei ole nahnyt eika ku- 



kaan tunne. mysteeri olisi ollut pe- 
raisin taysin normaalista ja i ' 
millisesta Cecil Grayn vaannkasi- 
tyksesta- 

Vuonna 19G0 Gray, joka tuoll 
tyoskenteli suuren tutkielmansa 
parissa. kavi iyhyella vierailull; 
Suomessa taydentaakseen mate^ 
riaahaan ja kaydakseen tap. maS' 
sa SibehusU Ainoiassa. Yksi Grayn 
tarkeimpia tehtavia oli koota "tay. 
dellmen" luettelo savellyksista, slI- 
la tuolloin ei sellaista ollut 'ol 
massa. Saveltajan avustuksella h; 
kavi lapi savellyksia opus opuk- 
selta. Sibeliuksen oli tehtava joi- 
lakm jarjestysmuutoksia viime het- 
kessa. jotta iista olist taydellmen. 
Tu.oksena ollut luettelo on tullut 
standardiksi. jonka kaikki myb- 
hemmat tuikijat ovat sisallyttaneet 



Liksni 



Litan 



Saatuaan valmiiksi lopulhselta 
nayttavan luettelon opusnumeroi- 
duista teksista Gray jatkoi loppu- 
jen teosten kanssa. Tulee muistaa. 
ellei Gray puhunut ruotsia eika 
suomea. ja etta Sibelius, vaikkakm 
pystyi halUtsemaan englantia kyi- 
iiksi seurustemn tarpeiksi, ei suin- 
kaan ollut taysin kotcnaan tassa 
kielessa. Ynttakaamme rekonst- 
ruoida s^ keskustelu. joka herro- 
jen valilla kaytiin Andante lincon 
osalta. Sibelius oli juuri sanonut. 
etta han kirjoitli Andante festivon 
jousille vuonna 1924 ]a etta se oli 
juika-.sematon' (tuolloin): 

Gray: Mita muuta kirjoititte? 

Sibelius: Kirjoitin toisenkin an- 
danten. 

Gray: Jousille? 

Sibelius: Aivan, jousille. 

Gray: Onko silla nlmea (englan, 
niksi nimi: a title)^ 

Sibelius: A title? En ymmarra. 

Gray: Onko siUa nimea kuten 



Andant. 

dante s< 

Sibeh 



fe>tn 



Minkalainen 



nan ■'linco". Niin. se on li- 
ndante (lyynlhnen andante). 
v: ( kirjoittaessaan ) Andante 
Onko se julkaistu? 



Sibelius: Ei. ci ole. 

Gray: J a koskb Kirjoititte ; 

Sibelius: inauraen; "Oh, pitkan. 
piLKan aikaa sitten. En muista. 

Jos lahdemme olettamuksesta, 
etta kesKusteiu todella oii lallai- 
nen, voimme paatella, etta Sibehus 
taiKoitti sanalla Jirico vain yleisia 
musikaalisen sisaliori kuvailua, se- 
han on juun sellainen sana. jota 
mosiikkimiehen voidaan olettaa 
kayttavan. SUen sanalla lirico ei 
ehka ollut mitaan tekemista teok- 
sen alkuperaisen nimea kanssa, 
joka saattoi olla ollut vain An- 
dante. 

Ynttaessani saada selville mika 
savellys Sibeliuksella oli mieles- 
saan, paattelin, etta sen taytyisi 
tayttaa kaks: tarkeata vaatimosta: 
1. sen taytyisi olla sangen varbai- 
nen julkais.-maton teos jousiorkes- 
terilie ja 2. sen taytyisi olla teos. 
jota Gray ei muuaila listassaan 



pou 



C-duun romanssin jousille, op, 4, 
jQKa esitettUD vuonna i904 konser- 
lissa seka rielsmgissa etta Turussa 
nimella Andante jousille. 

Glen loytanyt vam ynden savel- 
lyksen. jok3 uyttaa yllaoievat vaa- 
tunukset. Se on Sibeliuksen Im- 
promptu jousiorkeiterille, jonka 
kasinkirjoitettu (ei save.tajan) ko- 
pio kuuluu Yleisradion nuotistolle, 
Alkuperainen kasikirjoilus oil en- 
siksi merkitty andantinoksi, jonka 
Sibelius mychemnim viivasi yli 
vaihtaen sen andanteksi. Se on 
jo usiorkestenSQ Vitus kahdesta im- 
p'-omptusta pianolle (op. 5). jonka 
r el Lmdgren julkaisi vuonna 
.l.^j3. Sen en^iesitys nayttaa olleen 
konsertissa, jonka Sibelius johti 
Turussa helmikuun 17. paivana 
1894. Abo tidningin arvostelija piti 
sua hyvin miellyttavana savellyk- 
sena ja huomautti, etta se on kuul- 
tu aikaisenamm alkuperaisessa ver. 
siossaan pianoUe konsertissa. jonka 
Karl Ekman vanhempi pili Tu- 

Sibelius. joka oli tuohon aikaan 
kiinni niin monen suunnitelman 
parissa. ilmeisesti ei kiinniltanyt 
paljonkaan huomiota tahan pie- 



Metropolitanin 

johtaja uusia 

kykyjd efsimdssd 

• ] Tukholma, " 5. (ftl) New 
Yorkin Metropolitai. opperan joh- 
taja Rudolf Bing saapui per- 

jantaina Panisin kautta Tukhol- 
maan. Han vietti illan yhdessa 
Tukholman kuninkaallisen ooppe- 
ran johtajan Set Svanholmin 
kanssa Drottningholmin teatterin 
csitysta seuraamassa. Teatten esitti 
naytelmaa "Orfeus ja Eyridike". 
Mr Bing viipyy Ruotsissa tustaihin 
saakka. jolloin han lentaa takaisin 
New Yorkiin. 

Mr, Bing vahvisti tosiksi tiedot. 
joiden mukaan tarkoituksena on. 
etta eraat ruolsalaiset oopperalau- 
lajat ja -laulajattaret lauiavat ha- 
nelle taman vierailun aikana. Ku- 
ten tunnettua, on Jussi B j b r 1 i n g 
lopettanut esiintymisensa Metro- 
politaniisa sen vuoksi, ettei han ole 
tyytyvalnen saamiinsa palkkioihin. 

Mahdollisena pidetaan, etta Mr. 
Bing tapaa taalla myos suomalai- 
sen bassolaulajan Kim B o r g i n. 
joka parhaillaan on lopettelemassa 
menestyksellista kiertuettaan Ita- 
vallassa. Borgin aikomuksena on 
ennen malkaansa Salzburgiin ku- 
luvan kesan juhlanaytantoihin vie- 
la vieraiUa Tukholmassa ja Pani- 



neen Impromptuun ja menetti heti 
kjinnostuksensa siihen. Ainak. 
han ei sisallyttanyt sita mihinkaan 
myohempaan ohjelmaansa. Mutt, 
savellys sailyi ja Radio-Orkesteri 
on sita usein esittanv-t. Oi 
ta. ettei sita ole tahan 
mamittu missaan Sibeliuksen s 
vellysluettelossa. 

Tama on luonnoUisesti henkil 
kohtainen teoria. jonka hylkaisin 
mielellani, jos vain todistettaisiin, 
etta se on vaara. Mutta minusta 
tuntuu. etta Sibeliuksen taytyi aja- 
tella pienta Impromptuaan jousil- 
le. kun han puhui Graylle "eraasta 
lirico andantesta". Impromptu 
nayttaa tayttavan kaikki vaatimuk- 
set. jotka mainitsin: 1, se on var- 
hainen teos, kirjoitettu yli 30 vuot. 
ta ennen kuin Sibelius tapasi 
Grayn. 2. sita ^' ole julkaistu. 3. 
Gray ei mai? sita luettelois- 

saan. eika sitai....t5i kukaan muu- 
kaan. 4. sen voi todella vilpittb- 
masti luonnehtia "linco andantek- 
si" kuien Sibelius todennakbisesti 
tekikin 

Lopuksi. jos olen ynttanyt pois- 
taa hiukan sita mysteena, joka 
ymparoi Andante lincoa 'tai 
Impromptua jousillei. niin minun 
taytyy kaantaa ympari systeemini 
ja lisata siihen toisaalta ylimaarai- 
nen mysteeri. Taman artikkelin 
kuvituksena on valokuva Sibeliuk- 
sen teoksen Impromptu jousille al- 
kuperaisesta kasikirjoituksesta (en- 
simmamen sivu). Se tehtiin siihen 
aikaan. kun hra Gustav Svensson 
naytti teosta minulle talvella 1956. 
Muutamaa tuntia myohemmin ka- 
sikirjoitus varastettiin ja sen 
koommin ei kukaan nayia tietavan 
sen olinpaikasta. Hra Svensson. 
olen varma. olisi enttain onnelli- 
si takaisin omaisuuten. 
sa ja toivon. etta lukija, joka vain 
jotakm siita tietaa, ottaisi yhtey- 
den haneen. 

Ehka jonakjn paivana saanune 
lukea Helsingin Sanomain palstoil- 
ta musiikkitietcellisen mysteeri ju- 
tun, jonka otsikkona on "Puuttuvan 
Sibeliuksen kasikirjoituksen arvoi- 



tus." 



He 



rold E. Johns 



Harold E. Johnson. Jean Sibeliuksen "Andante lirico". In: Helsingin Sanomat, June 15, 1958 (reduced). 

Johnson had made a discovery but was in scholarly error - however, true identity of this work 

was not published until 1986; cf. notes to Op. 5, no. 5-6. 



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Books and Other Publications About Jean Sibelius 

Books and other materials come from Harold E. Johnson's original collection, unless they are marked 
(*) [= donated to the collection by The Sibelius Museum, Turku, Finland] or (**) [= added by Butler University]. 
Other contributors are identified by name. A few titles are listed as "on order" (December, 1992); more 
searches are undertaken and orders placed, as funds for this collection become available (cf. note 26, p. xi). 

Where place of publication, publisher's name, or imprint date is not stated within the item at hand, a 
standard abbreviation has been used in square brackets: [s.l.]=sine loco; [s.n.]=sine nomine; [n.d.]=no date. 

With some items, reference has been made to Fred Blum, ]ean Sibelius, an international bibliography, 
Detroit, 1965, cited as Blum. 

ABRAHAM, GERALD 

Sibelius, a symposium. Edited by Gerald Abraham. London: Drummond, 1947. 
188, 28 p.; 23 cm. Series: Music of the Masters, 2. 

First edition. Includes bibliography and work list. Bound in red cloth. 

With contributions by Gerald Abraham, Eric Blom, David Cherniavsky, Astra Desmond, 

Scott Goddard, Ralph Hill, Ralph W. Wood. 
The Music of Sibelius, same as above, reprinted in 1975 by Da Capo Press. 218 p.; 23 cm. (**) 

ANDERSSON, OTTO 

Jean Sibelius i Amerika, av Otto Andersson. Abo: Forlaget Bro, 1955. 
167 p.; 22 cm. With graphs and portraits. 
Contains several graphs prepared by John H. Mueller, Indiana University, illustrating Sibelius 
performances in the United States. Bound in patterned boards with white cloth spine. C*) 
Jean Sibelius och Svenska Teatern. Foredrag vid Sibeliusfesten i Svenska Teatern i Helsingfors, den 
8 december 1955... Abo: Forlaget Bro, 1956. 

39 p.; 19 cm. With Harold E. Johnson's annotations. In stiff cream printed wrappers. 
Om Jean Sibelius. Tvd artiklar... [s.l., s.n.], 1957. 

12 p.; 21 cm. Printed at Mercators Tryckeri [Stockholm?] 
Offprint from Hufvudstadsbladet, Jan. 3, 1957. Not listed in Blum. "Sibelius och Kajanus som 
konkurrenter. - Nar Jean Sibelius erholl statsstipendium. " 

ARNOLD, ELLIOTT 

Finlandia, the story of Sibelius... Illustrated by Lollta Granahan. New York: H. Holt, 1941. 
14, 241 p.; 24 cm. With numerous original woodcut illustration. 
Includes "Records of Sibelius' works," p. 232-236, and index. Bound in blue cloth. 

BALLANTINE, CHRISTOPHER JOHN 

Twentieth century symphony... London: D. Dobson, 1983. 

223 p.; 23 cm. With illustrations. Series: The student's music library. 
Includes extensive commentaries on Sibelius symphonies No. 2-7. With bibliography and index. 
Bound in dark brown linson, with dust jacket. (**) 

BERGLUND, PAAVO 

A comparative study of the printed score and the manuscript of the seventh symphony of Sibelius... 
Turku: Sibelius Museum, Institute of Musicology, 1970. 

33, 6 p.; 23 cm. With charts and diagrams. Series: Acta musica, 5. 
In stiff green printed wrappers. (**) 

BLUM, FRED 

Jean Sibelius. An international bibliography on the occasion of the centennial celebrations, 1965... 
Detroit: Information Service, 1965. 

xxi, 1 14 p.; 23 cm. Series: Detroit studies in music bibliography, no. 8. 
Includes index. In blue wrappers. 



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BREITKOPF & HARTEL 

Jean Sibelius, Werke und AuffUhrungen. Leipzig [etc.]: Breitkopf & Hartel, [n.d.] 
15, 1 p.; 21 cm. With small portrait. 

Blum no. 318 gives imprint date as [1907?]. This date is also suggested by contents: List of "recent 

performances," arranged by place. Stapled as issued. 
Mitteilungen der Musikalienhandlung Breitkopf & Hartel, Nr. 82, November 1905. Leipzig, 1905. 

Pages 3290-3336; 21 cm. With small portrait. Not listed in Blum. 

Announces succession of copyright for v^orks that hitherto had been published jointly with Fazer. 
Jean Sibelius, Verzeichnis seiner Werke. Leipzig [etc.]: Breitkopf & Hartel, [1912]. 23 p.; 21 cm. 

A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES AND EXCERPTS 

Reprints or copies of articles and notices about Jean Sibelius, published in various journals and some books; 
about two-thirds of them in English. In chronological order, two archival-quality albums. 

Part 1: articles to Dec, 1957; part 2: articles since Jan., 1958. All newsprint has been deacidified. 
Articles or excerpts are being added as they are located. Early 1993, there were about fifty items 
of substance, and shorter notices or reviews. For current contents, see Appendix A, page 71 . (**) 

DAHLSTROM, FABIAN 

The works of Jean Sibelius... Helsinki: Sibelius-Seura - Sibelius-Samfundet r.y., 1987. 
154 p.; 21 cm. 
First edition. Contains title index. First current, reliable catalogue of Jean Sibelius's 
compositions. Inscribed by the author for Butler University's Sibelius Collection which is much 
indebted to him for advice, materials, and information. Original paperback. {*) 

DE GOROG, LISA 

From Sibelius to Sallinen. Finnish nationalism and the music of Finland. Lisa de Gorog, with the 
collaboration of Ralph de Gorog. New York; Westport, CT, London: Greenwood Press, 1989. 
ix, 252, [1] p.; 24 cm. Series: Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance, No. 16. 
First edition. Contains bibliography, discography, and index. Bound in blue cloth. (**) 

DE LERMA, DOMINIQUE 

A register of basic conventional titles... Jean Sibelius. Published 1967, out of print. On order. (**) 

DOWNES, OLIN 

Sibelius the symphonist... New York: Philharmonic-Symphony Society, 1956. 
48 p.; 16 cm. With illustrations. 

A discography of works performed by the Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York. 

Contains facsimiles and portraits. In green printed wrappers. 
"Jean Sibelius." In: The international cyclopedia of music and musicians, 9th edition. 

New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1964; pages 2015-2023. 

EKMAN, KARL 

Jean Sibelius, his life and personality... Translated from the Finnish by Edward Birse. With a foreword 
by Ernest Newman. New York: A. A. Knopf, 1938. 
xxiii, 298, x p.; 23 cm. With 13 plates. 
First U.S. edition, published January 10. Finnish title: Jean Sibelius, taiteilijan eldmd 
persoonallisuus. Contains work list, bibliography, and index. Bound in black cloth. (**) 
Jean Sibelius, his life... Second printing. New York: A. A. Knopf, February 1938. 
Jean Sibelius... New York: Tudor Publishing Co., 1946. 

Identical collation and contents; from Harold E. Johnson's collection. This was Johnson's working 
copy, heavily annotated, with many clippings and typed excerpts from other works. 
Jean Sibelius och hans verk... Helsingfors: H. Schildts Forlag, 1956. 
3%, 3 p.; 24 cm. With numerous illustrations. 
First published in 1935; this is the fourth revised edition. Contains numerous illustrations, work 
list, and bibliography. Bound in patterned boards with green cloth spine. 

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FINNISH MUSIC QUARTERLY 

Published in Helsinki since 1985; for some details, see Erik Tawaststjema, Sibelius's Eight Symphony. 
A subscriptionfor this journal was entered October, 1992, including back issues. (**) 

FURUHJELM, ERIK 

Jean Sibelius... Stockholm: Kungl. Hofboktryckeriet, 1914. 

Offprint from Ord och Bild, no. 4, 1914, p. 213-227; 25 cm. Blum no. 1244. With Otto Andersson's 
autograph. In printed wrappers. 
]ean Sibelius, hans tondiktning och drag ur hand liv... BorgI: H. Schildt, 1916. 
229 p.; 21 cm. With illustrations. 
With Ellen Frelander's autograph and annotations, dated 1931. Rebound in half cloth and 
marbled boards; original illustrated wrappers bound in. 

GRAY, CECIL 

"Jean Sibelius"; pages 184-193 in his A survey of contemporary music. Second edition. London: Oxford 

University Press, 1927. 
Sibelius... London: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1931. 
ix, 223 p.; 19 cm. Contains 1 plate (portrait). 

First edition . Contains work list. With Lennart von Zweygberg's autograph. Bound in green 

cloth, with dust jacket. 

Also: Second edition, fourth impression, London, 1945. Bound in green cloth. 
Sibelius, the symphonies... London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, 1947. 

77 p.; 17 cm. With music illustrations. Series: The musical pilgrim. 

Fifth impression; first published in 1935. In printed wrappers. 

HALL, WENDY 

Sibelius and the Finnish landscape... London, 1950. 

12 p.; 25 cm. With illustrations. Reprinted from The Geographical Magazine, vol. 27, no. 7, 
November, 1950, originally p. 296-297 and 8 pages of plates. Blum no. 1081. Stapled as issued. 

HANNIKAINEN, ILMARI 

Sibelius and the development of Finnish music..., with a preface by Toivo Haapanen. Translated by 
Aulis Nopsanen. London: Hinrichsen Edition, [n.d.] 
47 p.; 22 cm. With illustrations. 
Contents of this work suggest 1948 as publishing date. Contains sources and suggested reading list. 
Bound in printed boards, with dust jacket. 

HELASVUO, VEIKKO 

Sibelius and the music of Finland. Original manuscript in Finnish..., translated by Paul Sjoblom. Keuruu: 
Otava, 1957. 

95 p.; 19 cm. With 12 plates. 
Second revised edition. Inscribed by the author for Harold E. Johnson, October 1, 1957. In printed 
wrappers, as issued. 

HEMMING, AARRE 

Luettelo Jean Sibelius ja hdnen teoksiaan kasittelevastd kirjallisuudesta. List of works concerning Jean 
Sibelius and his compositions... Helsinki, 1958. 

3 preliminary leaves, 10 leaves list; 30 cm. Mimeographed; stapled as issued. 
Bibliographical listing, compiled from various sources. Not in Blum. Commissioned by The 
Sibelius Society;probably the first comprehensive Sibelius bibliography. Signed by Hemming. 

HODGSON, ANTONY 

Scandinavian music: Finland and Sweden... Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984. 
224 p.; 24 cm. With illustrations. 
First edition. With sources and index. Bound in red cloth, with dust jacket. (**) 

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HEINIO, MIKKO 

Innovaation ja tradition idea. Nakokulma aikamme suomalaisten saveltajien musiikkifilosofiaa... 
Helsinki: Suomen Musiikkitieteellinen Seura, 1984. 

vii, 364 p.; 25 cm. Series: Acta Musicologica Fennica, 14.. 
German summary (Die Idee der Innovation und der Tradition), p. 346-363, translated by Taina 
Aellig. Brief English synopsis, p. 364, translated by Andrew Bentley. Contains sources, 
bibliography, and index. Original paperback. (**) 

JAMES, BURNETT 

The music of Jean Sibelius... With a foreword by Raymond Bantock. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson 
University Press, 1983. 

174 p.; 24 cm. With illustrations. 
First edition. Contains bibliography, name index, and title index. Bound in black cloth, with 
dust jacket. (**) 

JEAN SIBELIUS, edited by Margareta Jalas. Helsinki: Otava, 1952. 
70 p.; 24 cm. 
Mostly facsimiles, portraits, and other illustrations; captions by Sirkka Rapola. In Finnish, 
Swedish, and English. Bound in cream cloth. 

JEAN SIBELIUS. London: Chester, 1924. 

12 p.; 19 cm. With facsimile and portrait. Series: Miniature essays. 
In English and French. Author's name not found; not located in Blum. Photostatic copy on seven 
leaves. (**) 

JOHNSON, HAROLD E. 

Jean Sibelius... New York: Knopf, 1959. 

xviii, 287, xi p.; 22 cm. With 12 plates. 
First edition. Contains work list, bibliography, and index. Bound in blue cloth, with dust jacket. 
Also a lesser copy, without jacket but with Johnson's signature and annotations. 

Accompanied by Johnson's collection of review articles, about 250 items: clippings from 
Finnish, English, American, Swedish, French, and German publications. Included is an offprint of 
Nils-Eric Ringbom's "Harold E. Johnsons Sibeliusbok," published in Suomen Musiikkuin 
Vuosikirja 1958-59, p. 90-101, inscribed by Ringbom to Johnson with expression of personal 
friendship in spite of scholarly disagreement. For contents description, see Appendix C, page 79. 
Sibelius... London: Faber and Faber, 1960. 
254 p.; 23 cm. With 15 plates. 
Proof copy of the first British edition of Johnson's Jean Sibelius, first published in 1959 by Knopf, 
New York. In grey printed wrappers. 
Jean Sibelius... Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1978. 
xviii, xi, 287 p.; 23 cm. With 12 plates. 
Reprint of the 1959 Knopf edition. Bound in brown cloth. 
Jean Sibelius..., suomentanut Yrjo Kivimies. Helsingissa: Otava, 1960. 
279 p.; 23 cm. 
Finnish translation of Johnson's book. Two copies: copy 1 in cream cloth, with jacket; copy 2 is the 
uncut papjerback edition. 
Jean Sibelius... Turino: Unione Tipografico-Editrice Torinese, 1966. 
Pages 365-380; 26 cm. With facsimile and f)ortraits. 
Offprint from La Musica, vol. IV, pt. 1. Printed in double columns. Contains work list and 
bibliography. In grey printed wrappers. 
Jean Sibelius, the recorded music... Helsinki: R. E. Westerlund, 1957. 
31 p.; 21 cm. 
Title and preface in English, Finnish, and Swedish. In cream printed wrappers. 

(Johnson, Harold E., continued on next page) 



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(Johnson, Harold E., continued) 

Published Articles, written by Johnson in English, Finnish, or Swedish 

a. Finland: a musical treasure hunt. Pages 43-46 in News Bulletin, published by Institute of 

International Education, New York, vol. 33, no. 7, March, 1958. 

b. Finlandia ja "Sanomalehdiston paivain" musiikki. In Helsingin Sanomat, October 5, 1958. 

c. Jean Sibeliuksen alkusoitto, a-molli. In Helsingin Sanomat, Feb. 23, 1958. 

d. Jean Sibeliuksen "Andante lirico". In Helsingin Sanomat, June 15, 1958. 

e. Jean Sibeliuksen "Tyokansas Marssi." In Helsingin Sanomat, July 5, 1958. 

f . Kuka on Symposiumin neljas nnies? In Hekingin Sanomat, December 8, 1957. 

g. L5t OSS ta vara p3 Sibelianan... Stockholm: Mercators Tryckeri, 1957. 

4 p.; 21 cm. With portrait. Offprint from Hufvudstadsbladet, Nov. 11, 1957. Not in Blum, 
h . Sibeliuksen Lemminkais-sarja... Helsinki: Sanoma Oy, 1957. 

7 p.; 21 cm. Unbound insert to Helsingin Sanomat, Sunday, June 19, 1957. Not listed in Blum, 
i . Sibeliuksen seitsemas sinfonia ja "Fantasia sinfonica". Pages 6 and 14 in Helsingin Sanomat, 

September 22, 1957. 
j. Sibelius fjarde symfoni - en str^kkvartett? Page 6 in Nya Pressen, June 7, 1958, no. 129. 
k. Sibelius ja ohjelmamusiikki. Page 6 in Helsingin Sanomat, June 8, 1958. 
1 . The greatest monument to Sibelius. Pages 7-8 in Suomi-Finland USA, vol. XII, no. 7, 1957. 
Sibelius and Finland Book of Personal Memorabilia 

Clippings, articles, letters, photographs, programs, invitations; collected mostly between 1956 
and 1962, and pasted by Johnson into a notebook. 

About 300 items, reassembled with archival-quality materials into an album with fold-outs 
and pockets. For contents description, see Appendix B, page 76. 

JUHLAKIRJA ERIK TAWASTSTJERNALLE 10.X.1976 

Festskrift till Erik Tawaststjerna, toimittanut ... Erkki Salmenhaara. Helsingissa: Suomen 
Musiikki tieteellinen Seura, Musikvetenskapliga sallskapet i Finland; Otava, 1976. 
407 p.; 22 cm. With illustrations. Series: Acta musicologica Fennica, 9. 
Contributions in Finnish and Swedish. Contains bibliography of works by Tawaststjerna, and 
three Sibelius studies by John Rosas, Jouko Tolonen, and Antero Karttunen. Also contains 
bibliographical references, and chronology. In original stiff blue printed wrappers. (**) 

KILPELAINEN, KARI 

The Jean Sibelius manuscripts at Helsinki University Library. A complete catalogue. Die Musik- 
handschriften von Jean Sibelius in der Universitatsbibliothek Helsinki. Ein voUstdndiges 
Verzeichnis. Wiesbaden; Leipzig, Paris: Breitkopf & Hartel, 1991. 

xxxii, 487 p.; 25 cm. With review article by Glenda Dawn Goss, in Notes, June 1992, p. 1229-1230. 
Editorial board: Esko Hakli, Fabian Dahlstrom, Ilkka Oramo, Erkki Salmenhaara, Eero 
Tarasti, Erik Tawaststjerna. German translation by Frank Reinisch. First edition. Includes 
indices. Bound in blue cloth. 
On order : Dr. Kilpelanen's dissertation, Sibeliuksen teosluettelosta ja teosten opus- 
numeroinnista, Helsinki, 1992. (**) 

KROHN, ILMARI 

Der Formenbau in den Symphonien von Jean Sibelius... Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, 1944. 

218 p.; 22 cm. Series: Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae B XLIX. 
Der Stimmungsgehalt der Symphonien von Jean Sibelius... Provoo; Helsinki: Soderstrom, 1945-1946. 

2 vols.; 25 cm. Series: Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae B LVII/LVIII. 
Each volume has name/subject index. Bound in sprinkled boards with cloth spines. 

LAYTON, ROBERT 

Sibelius..., with eight pages of plates, and music examples in the text. London: Dent; New York: Farrar, 
Straus & Giroux, 1965. 

xi, 210 p.; 20 cm. Series: The master musicians. 
First edition. With index, and the following appendices: Calendar; Catalogue of works; 
Personalia; Bibliography. Bound in green cloth, with dust jacket. 



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LECKRONE, MICHAEL 

A historical and thematic study of Jean Sibelius's Kullervo . Thesis (M.A.), Butler University, 1961. 
91 p.; 28 cm. With music illustrations. Bound copy of typescript. 

LEVAS, SANTERI 

jean Sibelius ja hanen Ainolansa... Helsingissa: Otava, 1955. 
128 p.; 25 cm. With 25 plates. 
Text in Finnish, with Swedish, English, and German summaries, and chronological apf)endix. 
Jean Sibelius, muistelma suuresta ihmisestd... Helsinki: Soderstrom, 1957-1960. 

2 vols.; 22 cm. With illustrations. Vol. 1: Nuori Sibelius. Vol. 2: Jarvenpiian mestari. 
Vol. 2 includes work list, bibliography, and index. Vol. 1 softbound; vol. 2 in black cloth. 
Jean Sibelius, muistelma sa ihmisesta... Porvoo; Helsinki: Soderstrom, 1986. 
490 p.; 23 cm. With 32 plates. 
A new edition; list of recordings added. Bound in black boards, with dust jacket. (**) 
Jean Sibelius, a personal portrait... Transl. by Percy M. Young. Lewisburg: Bucknell Univ. Press, 1973. 
xxiii, 165 p.; 22 cm. With 8 plates. 
Abridged translation of the work above, "designed for foreigners" according to the author's 
preface. Includes work list, discography, and index. Bound in black cloth, with dust jacket. (**) 

LLOYD, ERNEST H. 

Sibelius' Rakastava: a comparative analysis of the fopur version. Thesis (M.A.), Butler University, 
1966. 84 p.; 28 cm. With music illustrations; study score laid in. Bound copy of typescript. 

MAKINEN, EINO 

Hdmeenlinna, hopeanharmaitten muistojen kaupunki. De silvergraa minnenas stad... Eino Makinen, 
teksti Matti Kurjensaari, toimituskunta Arvi Kivikari [and others]. Helsinki: Kivi, 1952. 
86 p.; 30 cm. With illustrations. 

Text and photograph captions in Finnish, Swedish, English, and German. English title: 
Hdmeenlinna, the town of silver grey memories. The book is dedicated to Jean Sibelius, "the only 
honorary citizen of Hameenlinna, his birth and school town." Inscribed for Harold E. Johnson by a 
member of Hameenlinna City Council "as a remembrance of your visit... 16. 4. 1958." Hameenlinna 
is commemorated in Tales of Ensign Stal by Ludvig Runeberg, the poet of many Sibelius songs. 

MAKINEN, TIMO & SEPPO NUMMI 

Musica Fennica. An outline of music in Finland... Helsingissa: Kustannusosaskeytio Otava, 1985. 
191 p.; 19 cm. With illustration. 
Translated by Kingsley Hart. With selected list of recordings, music by 26 Finnish composers. (**) 

MOLINARI, GUIDO 

Jean Sibelius: un compositore saggio... Pages 13-18 in: Rassegna musicale curci, quadrimestrale periodico 
di cultura e attualita musicali, vol. XLIV, no. 2, May, 1991. Published in Milan; in Italian. 

Theodore Front Musical Literature Inc. has been instrumental in locating securing materials. This 
issue, however, was Theodore Front's personal contribution to the collection. 

MUSIIKKITIETO, saveltaiteellinen aikauslehti. 1940, no. 5-6. Pages 81-108. This issue is dedicated to 
Sibelius, in commemoration of his 75th birthday. Contributors include Eino Roiha, Martti Simila, Bengt 
von Tome, Paul Sjoblom, Aune Lindstrom, and others. Blum (nos. 657-666) gives complete contents. 

THE NEW GROVE TURN OF THE CENTURY MASTERS. Janacec, Mahler, Strauss, Sibelius. By John Tyrcll 
[and others]. New York; London: W. W. Norton, 1985. 

324 p.; 21 cm. With illustrations Series: The composer biography series. 
First American paperback edition. This is a collection of articles originally written for The New 
Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians; here considerably enlarged. "Jean Sibelius" by Robert 
Layton: pages 271-313. (**) 



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NEWMARCH, ROSA H, J. 

Jean Sibelius... London: Goodwin & Tabb, October 1945. Third printing. 
99 p., 8 p. of plates; 19 cm. 
First published in 1939 by Birchard, Massachusetts. Cover title: A short story of a long 
friendship. Appendix, p. 93-99: Facsimiles of autograph letters by Sibelius to Sir Granville 
Bantoch and others. In light green printed wrappers. 
Jean Sibelius, a Finnish composer..., with a portrait. Leipzig; New York: Breitkopf & Hartel, 1906. 
24 p.; 22 cm. In original printed wrappers. 
"A paper read at a soiree of the Concert Goers' Club, London, February 22nd. 1906." (**) 

NIEMANN, WALTER 

Jean Sibelius... mit einem Bildnis. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel, 1917. 
70, 17 p.; 19 cm. Series: Kleine Musikerbiographien. 
Dedicated to Gustav Niemann, bom in Schleswig-Holstein in 1841. He was the first concert 
master at David's Helsingfors Orchestra, 1864 til his death in 1881. Includes work list. In 
printed wrappers, as issued. Inscribed by Nils-Eric Ringbom for Harold E. Johnson and Butler 
University's music library. 

NYBLOM, C. G. 

Jean Sibelius... Stockholm: Elkan & Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 1916. 

18 p.; 18 cm. Series: Kortfattade lefnadsteckningar om framstaende tonsattare. III. 
Blum no. 33. In tan printed wrappers, as issued. 

PARMET, SIMON 

Con amore. Essaer om musik och mastare... Helsingfors: Soderstrom, 1960. 
[251 p.; 22 cm. See note below.] 
The book itself (which we do not have) is a collection of Parmet's essays and articles published in 
various newspapers and periodicals. Photostatic copies of the seven articles on Sibelius. (**) 
Sibelius symfonier, en studie i musikforstdelse... Helsingfors: Soderstrom, 1955. 
145 p.., plates; 22 cm. 
"Utgiven med understod av de medel som Finlands riksdag beviljat for den svenska litteraturens 
framjande." In cream illustrated wrappers. Some pencil annotations in Johnson's hand. 
The symphonies of Sibelius, a study in musical appreciation... Translated by Kingsley A. Hart. 
London: Cassell, 1959. 

xviii, 169 p., plates; 23 cm. 
First English edition of Sibelius symfonier. Includes index. Bound in red cloth. With Harold E. 
Johnson's annotations throughout. 

PIKE, LIONEL 

Beethoven, Sibelius, and the "profound logic": Studies in symphonic analysis..., with a foreword by 
Robert Simpjson. London: Athlone Press, 1978. 

viii, 240 p.; 25 cm. With music illustrations throughout. 
First edition. With bibliography and index. Bound in red linson, with jacket. (**) 

PIRSCH, GEORGES A. 

Jean Sibelius... Gilly: Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Belgique, 1944. 
88, 1 p., 1 plate; 19 cm. Series: Collection Euterpe. 
Blum no. 37. We have a photostatic copy on 46 leaves rather than the original publication. (**) 

RICHARDS, DENBY 

The music of Finland... London: Hugh Evelyn, 1968. 
viii, 120 p., plates; 22 cm. 
Much about Sibelius in passim; contains work list of 32 other Finnish composers, and name index. 
Bound in blue linson, with dust jacket. {**) 



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RINGBOM, NILS-ERIC 

Helsingfors orkesterfdretag 1882-1932. Helsingfors Orkesterforening, Filharmoniska Sallskapet, 
Helsingfors Stadsorkester... [Helsingfors: Printed at Frenckellska Tryckeri], 1932. 
126 p.; 23 cm. With illustrations. Two copies. 
Includes chronological list of programs 1882-1932, and facsimiles of programs of the concerts 
presented at the Paris Exposition in 1900. Blum no. 210. Copy 1 is inscribed by the author for 
Harold E. Johnson, with Johnson's annotations, and accompanied by many historical programs. 
Copy 2 is plain but in better physical condition. 
Jean Sibelius, a master and his work... Translated from the Swedish by Geraldine I. C. de Courcy. 
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1954. 
ix, 196 p., 8 p. of plates; 21 cm. 
First American edition. Includes work list, bibliography, and index. Bound in red cloth, with 
dust jacket. Inscribed by the author: "To Harold Johnson, in the most cordial friendship and with 
appreciation of your wonderful Sibelius-investigation in Finland 1956-58." 
[Paragraph on Jean Sibelius, by Nils-Eric Ringbom.] Offprint from Die Musik in Geschichte und 

Gegenwart, vol. 12, columns 652-662 and plate, published in Kassel by Barenreiter, 1964. Inscribed 
by the author for Harold E. Johnson. 
Sibelius: symphonies, symphonic poems, violin concerto. Voces intimae. Analytical notes... 
Helsinki: Fazer, 1955. 
31 p.; 18 cm. 
Some parts were previously published in concert programs or in the author's book on Sibelius; new, 
for the most part, are the descriptive comments on the symphonic poems. In illustrated wrappers. 
De tvd versionerna av Sibelius' tondikt "En saga"... Abo: Abo Akademi, 1956. 

53 p.; 25 cm. With music examples. Series: Acta Academiae Aboensis. Humaniora, XXII, 2. 
In tan printed v^Tappers, as issued. Inscribed by Ringbom for Johnson. 

ROIHA, EINO VILHO PIETARI 

Die Symphonien von Jean Sibelius, eine form-analytische Studie... Jyvaskyla: Gummerus, 1941. 
141 p.; 23 cm. With music illustrations. 
Dissertation, Helsinki University. In grey printed wrappers, as issued. 

ROSAS, JOHN 

Bidrag till kannedomen om tre Sibelius-verk... Pages 71-79; 26 cm. 

Inscribed by the author for Harold E. Johnson; identified in Rosas's hand, page 71, as being an 
offprint from Suomen Musiikin Vuosikirja, 1964-65. Includes bibliographical footnotes, and 
English summary on page 79. 
]ulkaisemattomia Jean Sibeliuksen kamarimusiikki teoksia. Liite Turun Musiikkijuhlien 
konserttiohjelmaan 24. 5. 1965... Turku, 1965. 
22 p.; 21 cm. With music illustrations. 
Not listed in Blum. A condensed version of Otryckta kammarmusikverk, insert to the concert 
program of May 24, 1965, Turku Music Festival. In Finnish, Swedish, and English. Deals with 
the trio in C major (Lovisa Trio), and the piano quintet in G minor, 1890. In printed wrappers. 
Otryckta kammarmusikverk av Jean Sibelius... Abo: Abo Akademi, 1961. 

88 p.; 25 cm. Series: Acta Academiae Aboensis. Humaniora, XXIll, 4. 
Includes work list, bibliography, and index. In printed wrappers, as issued. 

SALMENHAARA, ERKKI 

Jean Sibelius... Helsinki: Tammi, 1984. 

470 p.; 26 cm. With illustrations. 
Includes bibliography and index. Bound in grey cloth, with dust jacket. (.**) 
Tapiola. Sinfoninen runo Tapiola Sibeliuksen myohaistyylin edustajana... Helsinki: Suomen 
musiikkitieteellinen seura, 1970. 

138 p., 1 folded plate; 21 cm. Series: Acta Musicologica Fennica, 4 
With bibliography, and English summary. In stiff wrappers, as issued, i**) 



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SIBELIUS, JEAN 

Kasikir joituksia, manuskript, manuscripts... from the archives of Oy R. E. Westerlund AB. Helsingfors: 
Westerlund, 1945. 

57 p.; 30 cm. With facsimiles and other illustrations. 
This is mostly a collection of photographic reproductions of Sibelius's manuscript scores, edited by 
Lauri Solantera. Finnish text by Eino Roiha, translated into Swedish by Erik Bergman, into 
English by Paul Sjoblom. Bound in plain boards, with illustrated jacket. 

SIBELIUS CENTENARY COMMITTEE 

Jean Sibelius. Editor: Timo Makinen; assistant editor: Riitta Bjorklund; translators: Kingsley Hart, 
Philip Bihnam. Helsinki: Published for the Sibelius Centenary Year by the Sibelius Centenary 
Committee, 1965. 

53 p.; 24 cm. With illustrations. 
Includes articles by Erik Tawaststjema, Laura Enckell, Bengt Axel von Tome, Eugene Ormandy, 
Simon Parmet, and Kim Borg; an address by Joonas Kokkonen; tributes by Marian Anderson, Ernest 
Ansermet, and others. Illustrations include many conductors and soloists. We have a photostatic 
copy, not the original publication. (**) 

SIMILA, MARTTI 

Sibeliana... Somistanut Aarne Nopsanen. Helsingissa Otava, 1945. 
55 p.; 20 cm. With illustrations. 
Organized by Sibelius's musical principles of Introductio, Thema, Musicae, Intimae. In stiff 
turquoise wrappers, as issued. 

SOLANTERA, LAURI 

The works of Jean Sibelius... Helsinki: Westerlund, 1955. 
63 p.; 23 cm. 
At time of publication, the compiler was manager of Otava's Publishing Department. Blum 
no. 58. Includes index. In illustrated wrappers, as issued. Inscribed by Lauri Solantera for Harold 
E. Johnson; with the latter's annotations throughout. 

SUOMALAINEN, YRJO 

Robert Kajanus, hanen elamansa toimintanswa... 52 kuvaa. Liitteena Kajanuksen teosten luettelo. 
Helsingissa: Otava, 1952. 

284 p.; 21 cm. With illustrations. 
Robert Kajanus, 1856-1933, composer, conductor, and teacher, was Sibelius's close friend and 
promoter; during the composer's early career, Kajanus was his unofficial but acknowledged 
teacher in the technique of scoring for orchestra. Bound in marbled boards with cloth spine, with 
dust jacket. 

SUOMEN MUSIIKIN KUVA. Helsinki: Suomen Etnomusikologinen Seura, 1983. 
51 p.; 30 cm. With illustrations. 
Edited by Kimmo Salminen. Among other articles on Finnish music, this volume contains Philip 
Donner's Unohdetto Sibelius, pages 40-43. In illustrated wrappers, as issued. (**) 

SUOMEN MUSIIKIN VUOSIKIRJA. Helsingissa: Otava, 1959. 

First volume of an annual series, 169 p.; 25 cm. With illustrations. 
Edited by Veikko Helasvuo. Includes several contributions about Sibelius. In grey wrappers. 

TAMMARO, FERRUCCIO 

Jean Sibelius... Torino: ERI, 1984. 

508 p., 20 plates; 23 cm. Series: Musica e musicisti; La Rete, 36. 
First edition; paperback. Includes work list, bibliography, and index. (**) 



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TANZBERGER, ERNST 

VJerkverzeichnis Jean Sibelius... Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Hartel, 1962. 
27 p.; 21 cm. 
Cover title. In grey printed wrappers, as issued. (*) 
]ean Sibelius, eine Monographie, mit einem Werkverzeichnis... Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Hartel, 1962. 
2% p., 5 plates; 24 cm. 
First edition. Appendix includes work list, publisher's list, bibliography, genealogy, and index. 
Bound in blue cloth, with dust jacket. 

TAWASTSTJERNA, ERIK 

Sibelius... Translated by Robert Layton. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976-1986. 
2 vols., plates; 25 cm. 
First American edition; an abridged version of Tawaststjerna's Jean Sibelius whichwas first 
published in its entirety in Finnish, by Otava, Helsinki, 1965-1967. This abridged English 
translation was first published by Faber and Faber, London, 1976. Includes select bibliographies 
and indices. Vol. 1 bound in grey cloth, with dust jacket; vol. 2 bound in brown linson.. (**) 

Sibelius... Helsingfors: Soderstrom, 1968. 
426 p., 12 plates; 25 cm. 
First Swedish edition; an abridged version volumes 1-2 of Tawaststjerna's Jean Sibelius which 
was first published by Otava, Helsinki, 1965-1967. This abridged Swedish translation was made 
by the author. Includes notes and select bibliography. Bound in light green cloth, with dust 
jacket. 

Sibelius's Eight Symphony— an insoluble mystery. Two-part article, published in Finnish Music 

Quarterly, 1-2/1985 and 3^/1985. The journal is published in Helsinki by Performing Music 
Promotion Centre (ESEK), Foundation for the Promotion of Finnish Music (LUSES), and The 
Sibelius Academy. We have Part I; Part II is on order (Oct. 1992). 

Sibeliuksen pianosavellykset, ja muita esseita... Helsingissa: Otava, 1955. 
186 p., 8 plates; 19 cm. 
Pages 115-186: essays by Sir Thomas Beecham, Eugene Ormandy, and other conductors famous for 
their Sibelius interpretations. Inscribed by the author for Dr. and Mrs. Johnson, in French and 
English, Feb. 15, 1957. In stiff illustrated wrappers, as issued. 

The pianoforte compositions of Sibelius... Helsingissa: Otava, 1957. 
104 p., 2 plates; 20 cm. 
English translation of Sibeliuksen pianosavellykset (listed above) but without the additional 
essays by various conductors, present in both Finnish and Swedish editions. In stiff printed 
wrappers, as issued. 

Ton och tolkning: Sibelius-studier... Helsingfors: H. Schildt, 1957. 
132 p.; 20 cm. With music illustrations. 
Swedish translation of Sibeliuksen pianosavellykset (listed above), with the essays by 
conductors but without the plates. In stiff printed wrappers, as issued. 

TEOSTO 

Catalogue of Finnish orchestral and vocal compositions. Helsinki: Teosto, Composers' Copyright 
Bureau, 1951. 

88 p.; 21 cm. 
Arranged in alphabetical order by composer, with biographical sketches. Sibelius: pages 71-78. 
Blum no. 322. In tan printed wrappers. With Harold E. Johnson's annotations throughout. 

TIDNING F6R MUSIK 

Sibelius Nr. I. Sibelius Nr. II. December, 1915, nos. 14/15 and 16. 

Two special issues in celebration of the composer's 50th birthday. The two numbers include 
contributions by Otto Andersson, Hanna Stenius, and others; complete contents analysis in Blum 
nos. 903-916. Both issues in the original printed wrappers. Two copies of no. 15/12, minor 
variation in printing: one with, one without I on front cover ("Sibelius Nr. I"). 



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TORNE, BENGT AXEL VON 

Sibelius, a close-up... Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1937. 
117 p.; 23 cm. With music illustrations. 
Published simultaneously with Faber and Faber, London, England. Bound in green cloth. 
Laid in: typed, signed note by Harold E. Johnson to Gisela [Terrell], dated August 3, 1983, 
concerning the rarity of this work in first English edition . 
Sibelius, i narbild och samtal... Helsingfors: Soderstrom, 1955. 
117 p., 4 plates; 22 cm. 
Revised Swedish ed. of Sibelius, a close-up; first published in English; first Swedish ed., 1945. 

TOVEY, DONALD FRANCIS 

Essays in musical analylis... London: Oxford University Press, 1935-1939. 

In vol. 2, 1935: Essays LVII and LVIII, about Sibelius's third and fifth symphonies, pages 121-129. 
In vol. 6, 1939: Essays CCXLVI and CCXLVII, about the Seventh and Tapiola, pages 93-95. 

UUSl MUSIIKKILEHTI, vol., 2, no. 9, Helsinki, 1955. 

84 p.; 30 cm. With numerous illustrations. 
This is a special issue devoted to Sibelius on his 90th birthday. Contributors include Nils-Eric 
liingbom, Veikko Helasvuo, Joonas Kokkonen, Jussi Jalas, Olin Downes, Simon Parmet, and others. 
Complete contents analysis in Blum nos. 930-952. In printed wrappers, as issued. 



Related Books From the Library of Harold E. Johnson 
dahlgren, fredrik august 

Forteckning ofver svenska skddespel uppforda pa Stockholms theatrar 1737-1863, och Kongl. theatrarnes 
personal 1773-1863, med flera anteckningar... Stockholm: P. A. Norstedt, 1866. 
XV, 687 p.; 19 cm. 

Half-title: Anteckningar om Stockholms theatrar. Includes index. Bound in quarter black roan 
and boards. 

HARLOCK, WALTER ERNEST 

Svensk-engelsk ordbok... Skolupplaga. Unde medverkan av Arvid Gabrielson... [and others]... 
Stockholm: Svenska Bokforlaget, 1954. 
viii, 1048 p.; 23 cm. 

Third printing of a newly revised edition. According to the foreword, this dictionary was first 
compiled by Oscar E. Wenstrom (1845-1902) with the collaboration of W. E. Harlock. Bound in 
brown cloth and patterned boards. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO FINNISH LITERATURE. A book of readings, edited by I. Havu. The introductory 
chapter and the sketches of the authors written by Ilmari Havu, and translated by Paul Sjoblom. 
Helsinki: Otava, 1952. 

95 p.; 17 cm. With portraits. 

Contains excerpts from works that were set to music by Jean Sibelius. In printed wrappers 

JACKSON, JOHN HAMPDEN 

Finland... New York: Macmillan, 1940. 

243 p.; 22 cm. With graphs and maps. 

First published in January 1940, reprinted February and March. References to Sibelius in the 

context of Finnish nationalism: pages 17 and 226. Bound in blue cloth, with dust jacket. 

KALEVALA. Helsingissa: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 1951. 

ix, 343 p.; 22 cm. Series: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, toimitiksia, 14. 
Bound in blue and cream boards with blue cloth spine. 

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THE KALEVALA; or, Poems of the Kalevala District. Compiled by Elias Lonnroth. A prose translation with 
foreword and app)endices by Francis Peabody Magoun, Jr. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University 
Press, 1963. 

xxiv, 410 p., 8 plates; 26 cm. 
First edition of this translation. Appendix I: Historical materials for the study of the Kalevala. 
Appendix II: Linguistic materials. Bound in dark blue cloth, map on endpapers, with dust jacket. 

KALEVALA, THE LAND OF HEROES. Translated from the Finnish by W. F. Kirby; introduction by J. B. C. 
Grundy. London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1951. 

2 vols.; 18 cm. Series: Everyman's library. Romance, no. 259-260. 
The Kalevala cycle was collected and transcribed by Elias Lonnroth. Several of Jean Sibelius's 
compositions (such as Rakastava, op. 14, and Tulen synti, op. 32) are based on this epic. This 
edition contains a glossary of Finnish names. Bound in light blue cloth. 

KANTELETAR. Elikkam Suomen kansan vanhoja lauluja ja virsia. 12. painos. Helsinki: Suomalaisen 
Kirjallisuuden Seura, 1952. 

liii, 383 p.; 22 cm. 
Collected and transcribed by Elias Lonnroth. Numbers 57, 186, and 219 were set to music by Jean 
Sibelius. Includes index. Bound in blue and cream boards. 

KLEMMING, GUSTAF EDVARD 

Sveriges dramatiska litteratur till 1863. Bibliografi... [Stockholm: Norstedt, 1863?; imprint inferred 
from a follow-up work.] 
592 p.; 22 cm. 
Bound in quarter red roan and patterned boards. 

MAZOUR, ANATOLE GREGORY 

Finland between East and West... Princeton: Van Nostrand, 1956.. 
xiv, 298 p.; 17 plates; 24 cm. 
Includes bibliography, index, and list of principal names in Finnish and Swedish. Bound in blue 
linson, with dust jacket. 

PAUL, ADOLF GEORG 

The language of the birds. A comedy... Only authorized English translation by Arthur Travers- 
Borgstroem. Scenic music by Jean Sibelius. Introduction by Henry C. Shelley. London: A. 
Montgomery, 1922.. 

71 p., 2 plates; 17 cm. 
Issued without music. Sibelius wrote the "Wedding March" for Act III, at the time considered 
"unpublishable" by Breitkopf & Hartel. For Paul's later attempt to capitalize on Sibelius, see 
Johnson, Jean Sibelius, 1959, pages 143-144. Bound in boards with red cloth spine. 
En bok om en mdnniska. Berattelse... Stockholm: A. Bonnier, 1891. 
287 p.; 19 cm. 
Dedicated to Jean Sibelius. Publisher's note on back cover: "A young Swedish-Finnish author's 
first work, translated by Hermann Bang into Danish." In printed wrappers, as issued. With Elis 
Tegenden's autograph. 

RUNEBERG,jOHAN LUDVIG 

The tales of Ensign Stdl. Illustrations by Albert Edelfelt. With an introduction by Yrjo Hirn. Translated 
from the Swedish by Charles [sic] Wharton-Stork... [and others]. Helsingfors: Soderstrom, 1952. 
xxvi, 242 p.; 21 cm. With text illustrations. 
Translation of Fanrik Stdls Sanger. "Sandels," the 11th verse of part I, was set to music by 
Sibelius, for male chorus and orchestra, op. 28. Bound in illustrated boards with grey cloth spine, 
with dust jacket. 



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VOICES FROM FINLAND. An anthology of Finland's verse and prose in English, Finnish and Swedish, 
edited by Elli Tompuri. Translations by David Barrett... [and others]. Helsinki: Sanoma, 1947. 
296 p., 8 plates; 22 cm. 
Includes some poems set to music by Sibelius, for example Aleksis Kivi's Sydameni laulu. With 
an index of authors and painters. Bound in boards, with dust jacket. 



WUOLLE, AINO 

Finnish-English dictionary, Suomalais-Englantilainen sanakirja... Fifth edition. 
Soderstrom, 1953. 

viii, 526 p.; 17 cm. Bound in red cloth. 



Helsinki: 




Harold E. Johnson and Sune Orell, Helsinki University's Librarian, holding the unpublished manuscript 
of "Kullervo" while Finland's great conductor Simon Parmet whistles a choice morsel. 



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Other Materials and Ephemera 

Prints, photographs, films, booklets, and other materials come from Harold E. Johnson's original 
collection, unless marked (*) [= donated by The Sibelius Museum, Turku, Finland] or (**) [= added by Butler 
University]. Other contributors are identified. 

INTERVIEW WITH HAROLD E. JOHNSON 

Interview, conducted by Dr. Osborne on Butler University's radio station WAJC, October 29, 1982. 

Contents notes, transcribed and donated by Christopher Hanlin. 3 pages manuscript, and cassette. 

LITHOGRAPHS 

Symposion, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, print copyright 1914 by Werner Soderstrom. 

First displayed in Helsinki, fall of 1894, as The Problem. From left to right: Gallen-Kallela, Oskar 

Merikanto, Robert Kajanus, and Jean Sibelius. Matted and framed; overall 35 x 48 cm. 
Kullervon sotaanldhto, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, print copyright 1914 by Werner Soderstrom. 

Matted and framed; overall 44 x 55 cm. 

MARTIN COOPER & JULIAN HERBAGE 

Transcript of a radio program, undated, a discussion of publications about Jean Sibelius, interspersed with 
recorded music. From the titles mentioned, this must have been 1965, shortly after publication of 
Robert Layton's Sibelius (London: Dent, 1965). The transcript indicates music selections (all Sibelius). 
Mimeographed, 8 p.; with markings and corrections in an unidentified hand. 

MICROFILMS 

Aallottaret, Sibelius's manuscript (1914, op. 73), accompanied by large typescript entitled. Some 

Recollections of the Visit of Sibelius to America in 1914. Microfilm by Yale University, March, 1959. 
Carl Stoeckel, Some recollections of the visit of Sibelius to America, pages 1-34. 
Olin Downes, Ovation to Sibelius, pages A-G. 
Henry E. Krehbiel, An interesting point, pages H-M. 
Ballet Scene for orchestra, Sibelius's manuscript {Scene de ballet, Vienna, 1891, no opus no.); supplier of 
microfilm unknown. First pierformed in Helsinki, April 28, 1891; not published during Sibelius's 
lifetime. Dahlstrom p. 30. 
Kullervo, Sibelius's manuscript (1892, op. 7). Microfilm by Oy Rekolid Ab., Helsinki, [1957]. 
Menuetto for orchestra, Sibelius's manuscript (1894, no op. no.), supplier of microfilm unknown. 

Not published during Sibelius's lifetime. Dahlstrom p. 30: "Also known as Menuett-Impromptu 
and Tempo di minuetto." 
Ouverture in E major, Sibelius's manuscript, 91890-1, no op. no.), supplier of microfilm unknown. 

First performed in Helsinki, April 23, 1891; not published during Sibelius's lifetime. Dahlstrom p. 30. 

NORDIC MUSIC ARCHIVE AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 

Nordic Music Archives [sic]: Scores in the Ohio State University Music/Dance Library. A checklist, 
compiled by Stephen Long on a database designed by Thomas F. Heck. Edition of June 1991. 
32 p.; 28 cm. Stapled as issued. 
Also: Revised checklist of scores, June 1992. 38 p. 
Nordic Music Archives: Sound recordings in the Ohio State University Music/Dance Library. A 

checklist, compiled by Stephen Long on a database designed by Thomas F. Heck. Edition of June 1991. 

37 p.; 28 cm. Stapled as issued. 
All Nordic Music Archive materials were contributed by Thomas F. Heck, 

PHOTOGRAPHS 

Collection of photographic portraits of Jean Sibelius at various stages of his life. 

Sizes vary. Some of them came from Suomen Kansallismueseo, others were produced by Hede Foto at 
Turku; several were used as illustrations in Harold E. Johnson's book. At present, most of these 
photographs are from Dr. Johnson's collection; two were contributed by a bibliographer. 



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PROGRAMS 

February 25, 1934. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Goossens, conductor, Walter Gieseking, 
pianist soloist. Indianapolis: English Theatre, Sunday afternoon. 

[4] p., 23 cm; with brief program notes. Program includes Sibelius's Symphony No. III. 
September 30, 1957. Memorial service for Jean Sibelius. Helsingin Kaupunginorkesteri, conducted Tauno 
Hannikainen; Suomen Laulu, conducted by Martti Turunen. Flute solo, Juho Alvas; English horn solo, 
Teuvo Kappila; organ, Tapani Valsta. 

[4 ]p.; 24 cm. All music by Jean Sibelius; program within funereal black edge. 
February 25, 1958. Tiistaikonsertti; Radion Sinfoniaorkesteri, conducted by Nils-Eric Fougstedt, with 
soloists Jorma Huttunen and Maiju Kuusoja. 

[12] p.; 21 cm. With illustrations and program notes. The program includes Jean Sibelius's 
Alkusoitto a-moll (Overture in A minor), and Gustav Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde. 
February 6, 1969. Butler University: Jordan Ballet and the University Little Symphony, Igor Buketoff, 
conductor. Indianapolis, North Central High School. 

[4] p.; 23 cm. Program includes Lemminkainen, with original choreography by Peggy Dorsey. 
"Music, Lemminkainen and the Maidens of the Island"; James Franklin in the title role. 

RECITAL 

February 13, 1991. "Music of Jean Sibelius and David Ott. A Recital Presented for the Music Library 
Association National Meeting." Butler University, Jordan College of Fine Arts. 

Recording (cassette) and printed program. Sibelius's compositions include cWldren's choir and 
solo songs. Rondo for viola and piano (cf. page 24), and the fragment of Impromptu f. Streich- 
orkester (later identified an arrangement of Op. 5, nos. 5-6; cf. page 1) . 

Performers: Jonathan Block, string bass; Catherine Bringerud, piano; The Indianapolis 
Children's Choir, Henry Leek, director; The Lockerbie String Quartet (Elizabeth Liederbach and 
Raymond Leung, violin. Donna Lively Clark, viola, Marjorie Lange Hanna, violoncello); Sharon 
Beckendorf, soprano. C") 

SIBELIUS MONUMENT 

Eila Hiltunen's Sibelius Monument, a sculpture of 580 silvery pipes soars high in Helsinki's Sibelius Park. 
The 28 ton, 26 feet high, 32 feet long sculpture was unveiled on September 7, 1967. 

1. Illustrated brochure by Sakari Saarikivi, with text excerpt from Erik Tawaststjerna's Sibelius 

biography. [22] p.; 30 cm. One copy in Finnish, the other one in Swedish. (*) 

2. Invitation to the unveiling ceremony at 2 p.m., followed by a concert, issued by the Board of the 

Sibelius Society. In Finnish, Swedish, English, and French; patterned after the brochure. C^) 

SIBELIUS MUSEUM 

1. Illustrated brochure, undated, circa 1968-1970. Text by Ilpo Tolvas; photographs by P. J. Lundsten. 

10 p.; 21 cm. In Finnish, Swedish, and English. 

Concise information about the history of the Sibelius Museum, "the collective name for different 
parts of the Institute of Musicology at Abo Academy, the Swedish university of Turku," p. 2. (*) 

2. Illustrated brochure, 1973; author's name not given. 35 p.; 20 cm. In English. 

Brief history, and detailed listing of the instrument collection, 473 items. C*) 

VELI HOPEA... Photostatic copy, an inscription by Sibelius to a close friend, written atop a sheet of excerpts 
from Rakastava. "Veli hopea! Onneksi olkoon. Ystavasi / Jean Sibelius." See Kilpelainen, 1991, p. 284. 

WORK LIST 

Jean Sibelius verk. Photographic copy of a holograph work list, 10 sheets, written in 1915 by Sibelius's 
daughter Katarina Sibelius (lives) for Otto Andersson who published a work list in Tidningfor 
musik, December, 1915. Arranged by opus number, with title, year(s) of composition, and place of 
composition. List ends with op. 80, Sonat for violin med piano, 1915, Jarvenpaa. 

There are several additions in Sibelius's own hand, one by Otto Andersson, and a few small notes 
by Alfhild Forslin who worked at the Sibelius Museum which has the original document. 



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Appendix A 

Appendix to page 57. Growing collection of articles and excerpts, listed as of February 1, 1993. 

Collection of Articles and Excerpts About Jean Sibelius 

listed alphabetically; arranged within the books in chronological order 



Volume 



Alberti, Luciano 

II Music of the western world. Translated... New York: Crown Publishers, 1974. Page 260, with a 

Kalevala illustration (Kullervo, I think). 

Altmann, Wilhelm 

I "Zu der Musikbeigabe." (JS: Im Feld ein Madchen singt, op. 50, no. 2). In: Nord und Siid, eine deutsche 

Monatsschrift, vol. 127, no. 381 (Dec. 1908) 

Askeli, Henry 

I "A sketch of Sibelius the man." In: The Musical Quarterly, vol. 26, no. 1 (Jan., 1940), p. 1-7. 

Barker 

II "Another blockbuster. Sibelius: Symphony No. 2." (Colin Davis, Boston Symphony Orchestra) 

In: The American Record Guide, Oct.,1977, p. 41-42. 

Baumann, Carl 

II "Imports. Sibelius: Symphony No. 1, Scenes Historiques...; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Paavo 

Berglund." In: The American Record Guide, Oct., 1977, p. 55. 

Berman, Harvey 

I "The indomitable Finn. Jean Sibelius, 90 years this month, is looked upon by every one of Finland's 

inhabitants as a symbol of their struggle for independence." In: The Etude, Dec. 1955, p. 26, 50, 58. 

Brant, LeRoy V. 

I "Sibelius today." In: The Etude, Nov. 1948, p. 656. (Short preview of forthcoming article) 

I "Sibelius today. A flight to Helsingfors to visit Finland's master, including a conference with the 

composer of <Finlandia>." In: The Etude, Dec. 1948, four pages. 

Cardus, Neville 

II Eleven composers. With drawings by Milein Cosman. New York: Braziller, 1959. Pages 238-255, 

chapter entitled "Sibelius." 

I Ten composers. London: Jonathan Cape, 3rd printing, 1948. Pagesl53-166, chapter entitled "Sibelius." 

Chipman, Abram 

II "Five views of Sibelius. Worthy recordings by Stokowski, Kord, Karajan, Davis, and Previn give 

evidence of the upturn in the composer's fortunes." In: High Fidelity Magazine, March, 1978, 
p. 87-88. 
II "Lush, post-Brahmsian Sibelius-and a bracing Third from East Berlin." [Berlin Philharmonic 

Orchestra with Herbert von Karajan; Berlin Symphony Orchestra with Kurt Sanderling.] In: 
High Fidelity Magazine, March, 1977, p. 77-78. 

Copland, Aaron 

I OMr new music. Leading composers in Europe and America. Second printing. New York: Whittlesey 

House, 1941. Pages 41-45. 



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Diether, Jack (often signed only with initials, J. D.) 
II "Bernstein's personal vision of the Sibelius symphonies." In: The American Record Guide, May, 1969, 

p. 804-806. 
II "The finest Sibelius Fifth—Leonard Bernstein's." In: The American Record Guide, Feb., 1966, p. 557. 

II "The first American recording of Luonnafar. A souvenir of the Sibelius Centennial." In: The American 

Record Guide, April, 1971, p. 495-499. 
II "The most completely convincing account of the Sibelius Second?" [Two articles, one on Tauno Hanni- 

kainen's recording of the Second, the other on Lukas Foss' Lemminkainen.] In: The American 
Record Guide, Nov., 1968, p. 196-198. 
II "The Sibelius symphonies by Watanabe: superlative." In: The American Record Guide, Oct., 1966, 

p. 112-113, 120. 
II "Vibrancy, tension, plasticity." [Lorin Maazel recordings, symphonies 5 and 7.] In: The American 

Record Guide, March, 1967. p. 591-592. 

Downes, Olin 

I "Sibelius today and tomorrow. <This tribute to Sibelius is a portion of a brochure by the late Olin 

Downes ... whose lifelong association with Sibelius ended with Downes' death on August 22, 1955. 
The brochure will be distributed in the spring of 1956.. .>" In: Saturday Review, Dec. 10, 1955, 
p. 31-31, 34, 36. 
Olin Downes on music; a selection from his writings. Edited by Irene Downes. New York: Simon and 
Schuster, 1957. Pages 12-14 (1909), 32-34 (1912), 45-46 1913), 55-56 (1917), 241-244 (1937). 

Eckert, Thor, Jr. 

II "The Fourth Symphony and Oceanides on LP." In: Ovation, Aug., 1984, p. 16-21, special article 

[offset by single frame] within J. R. Lindermuth's article. 

Ewen, David 

II Composers since 1900. New York: Wilson, 1969. Pages 531-536: "Sibelius." 

F., G. S. 

II "In the vanguard: Okko Kamu. Persuasively individual, unabashed romantic Sibelius." [About 

Kamu's recording of the Second, with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.] In: The American 
Record Guide, Oct., 1971, p. 83. 
II "That potent Koussevitzky-Sibelius magic." In: The American Record Guide, Feb., 1971, p. 382-383. 

Ficke, Arthiu- Davison 

I "After Music by Jan Sibelius." [Poem, 14 lines.] In: The Saturday Review, Sep. 1, 1945, p. 34. 

Foldes, Lili 

I "Beloved by all Finland. Jean Sibelius— whose greatness is universally recognized." [Condensed from 

Musikrevy, Dec, 1950, p. 260-264, "Mote med Jean Sibelius."] In: Reader's Digest, Feb. 1951, 
p. 97-100. 

Goldsmith, Harris 

I I "Sibelius' forgotten masterpiece. A blazing performance of the surgingly lyrical Kullervo 

Symphony." In: High Fidelity, Nov., 1971, p. 87. 
II "Sibelius' seven symphonies. A critic's view of the recordings." In: High Fidelity Magazine, May, 

1969, p. 56-60. 

Goossens, Eugene 

I Overture and beginners. A muscal autobiography. London: Methuen, 1951. Pages 75-76. 

[Other Sibelius references in this book pertain only to composition titles; no material substance.] 



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Graves, Norma Ryland 

I "Jean Sibelius-Master of Jarvenpaa. A colorful word-picture of the 86-year old dean of modem 

composers who is being honored this month with a week-long festival in Helsinki." In: 
The Etude, June 1952, p. 9-10. 

Griffiths, Paul 

I I "Simon Rattle and the seriousness of Sibelius. In Birmingham, the young British conductor begins his 

first integral recording of a major symphonic cycle." In: High Fidelity Magazine, Jan., 1985, 
p. 55-56. 

Haapanen, Toivo 

I "Jean Sibelius et la musique finlandaise." In: L'Art Vivant, vol. 92 (1928) 

Hall, David 

I I "The songs of Sibelius. Discs and tapes reviewed by Robert Ackart, Richard Freed, David Hall, 

Stoddard Lincoln." [Hall signed the article.] In: Stereo Review, June, 1985, p. 77. 

Hanson, Howard 

II "With his baton he ruled Finland." [Lengthy review of HEJ's Sibelius biography.] In: Saturday 

Review, July 25, 1959, p. 40-41. 

Hartog, Howard, editor 
I European music in the twentieth century. New York: Prager, 1957. Pages 122-124, from the chapter 

entitled, "Scandinavian music". 

Heinitz, Thomas 

I "Sibelius without >Society<." In: Saturday Review, Dec. 31, 1955, p. 40-41. 

Hussey, Djoieley 

I "The Sibelius Festival." In: The Spectator, Nov. 4, 1938, p. 767. 

INDIANAPOLIS STAR 

I I >Sibelius fans, take note<; caption to a coluinn within article by Fred D. Cavinder, entitled, "Butler's 

rare books offer a glimpse of collectors as well as their collections." In: Jan.4, 1993, section C-3. 

J., L. B, 

II "Milwaukee Symphony: Sibelius >Kullervo<." [Conductor Kenneth Schermerhom.] In: High 

Fidelity Magazine, Sep., 1979, p. MA30. 

Kolodin, Irving 

I "Sibelius and Sargent in Helsinki." In: Saturday Review, July 7, 1956, p. 20. 

Lambert, Constant 

I Music ho! A study of music in decline. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1934. Pages 304-312, "Sibelius 

and the integration of form"; pages 318-328, "Escape or submission: the symphonic problem." 

Lang, Paul Henry 

I "Melody, is it dated?" [About Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Strauss, et ai] In: The Saturday 

Review of Literature, Jan. 11, 1947, p. 28-29. 

Lawrence, Robert 

II "Sibelius in Perspective." In: Saturday Review, Feb. 22, 1969, p. 73. 

Lebrecht, Norman 

II The maestro myth. Great conductors in pursuit of power. A Birch Lane Press Book, 1991. Pagel57: 

Sir Thomas Beecham, English orchestras, and Sibelius's Lemminkainen. 

Lindermuth, J. R. 

II "Sibelius in America. The great Finnish composer's personal triumph during his only visit to the U.S. 

marked a turning point in his life and career." In: Ovation, Aug., 1984, p. 16-21. 



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LOOK 

II "Finland's memorial to Jean Sibelius." [About Eila Hiltunen's monument] In: Oct. 17, 1967, p. 16-18. 

Lyle, Watson 

I "The 'nationalism' of Sibelius." In: The Musical Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 4 (Oct., 1927), p. p. 617-629. 

Maine, Basil 

I "Edgar and Sibelius." In: The Spectator, Jan. 30, 1932, p. 140. 

Lawrence, Robert 

II "Sibelius in Perspective." In: Saturd 

Mellers, Wilfred 

I "Sibeliusat ninety: a revaluation." In: The Listener, Dec., 1955, p. 969. 

Morgan, Robert P. 

II "Scandinavia: Sibelius and Nielsen." Pages 120-124 in his Twentieth century music. A history 

of musical style in modern Europe and America. New York; London: 1991. 

NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE 
I "Personalities." [Photograph and short caption: Jean Sibelius and Sir Malcolm Sargent.] 

In: Sep. 24, 1956, p. 2. 
I "Sibelius at 83." [Photograph and short caption.] In: E)ec. 19, 1948, p. 8. 

NEWSWEEK 

I "Rotary's mid-century. In 89 nations, a global role for 402,000." [No mention of Sibelius in article but 

his portrait is one of the three photographs illustrating the wide range of Rotarians.] 
In: Feb. 28, 1955, p. 25-26. 

Niemann, Walter 

I Die Musik Skandinaviens. Ein FUhrer durch die Volks- und Kunstmusk... mit 6 Portraits. Leipzig: 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 1906. Pagesl36-142, Sibelius portion of the chapter entitled, "Das Zeitalter 
der Neuromantik bis zur Gegenwart." 

Page, Tim 

II "A Sibelius revival." In: Saturday Review, May, 1982, p. 62. 

II "Recordings: Works by Sibelius that aren't in the standard repertoire." In: The New York Times, 

Sunday, Jan. 4, 1987, p. 21-22. 

Price, Lucien 

I "Portrait of Sibelius at Jarvenpaa." In: Yale Review, vol. 24 (Dec. 1934), p. 356-369. 

I "Genius at work: Sibelius at seventy-five." In: The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 167 (Jan. 1941), p. 71-80. 

Purcell 

II "Sibelius: Lemminkainen Suite, Karelia Suite; Radio Symphony Orchestra Helsinki, conducted by 

Okku [sic] Kamu." In: The American Record Guide, May, 1977, p. 37-38. 

Ranta, Sulho 

I "Das finnische Musikleben." In: Nordische Rundschau, wo\. 6 (1933), p. IM-Wl. German rendition by 

Arvi Kivimaa. 

Richmond, LeRoy 

II "Sibelius: King Christian n Suite, Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra, with Jussi Jalas." In: 

The American Record Guide, March 1977, p. 36. 
II "Sibelius: Symphony No. 1..., Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paavo Berglund." In: 

The American Record Guide, Nov., 1977, p. 31-32 
II "The world of Sibelius in pictorial perspective." [Review of Layton's book, Sibelius and his world.] 

In: The American Record Guide, June, 1971, p. 735. 



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Robinson, Edward 

I "The music room: Jean Sibelius." In: American Mercury, vol. 25, no. 98 (1932), p. 245-249. 

Salzman, Eric 

II "The Seven of Sibelius." [Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Watanabe.] In: 

SR (Stereo Review), Oct. 29, 1966, p. 68-69. 

Scholes, Percy A- 

II The Oxford companion to music. Tenth edition, revised and reset. Edited by John Owen Ward. 

London: Oxford University Press, 1970. Pages 949-950: "Sibelius." 

The cross references at end of column have been checked but do not provide anything beyond a 
mentioning of Sibelius's name in passim. 

Schonberg, Harold C. 

II The lives of the great composers. New York: Norton, 1970. Pages 385-387, from the chapter entitled, 

"European nationalists." 

Smith, Carleton 

I "Sibelius: Close-up of a genius." In: American Mercury, vol. 52, no. 206 (1941), p.144-150. 

THE NEW YORKER 
I "Happy Birthday." [Two columns, with photograph.] In: January 1956, p. 71, 23. 

THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE 

I "Reviews of the month. Boom in Sibelius." [Recordings of Symphony No. 1, and Tapiola.] 

In: Aug. 27, 1949, p. 46. 

TIME MAGAZINE 

I "Able to keep puffing" [photo caption]; short paragraph about Sibelius being the winner of the 

first international Wihuri Foundation music award "for promoting the spiritual and economic 
work of humanity." In: August 17, 1953, p. 41. 
I "Nature boy at 90." Half page article and photograph. In: Dec. 12, 1955. 

I "Not a penny." [Short column re royalties from the United States.] In: July 10, 1950, p. 40. 

I "Woodsman." [Obituary article and notice.] In: Sep. 30, 1957, p. 38-39. 

Terrell, Gisela Schluter 

I "The other music of Jean Sibelius." In: AB Bookman's Weekly, vol. 90, no. 23 (Dec. 7, 1992), 

p. 2156-2169 and cover illustration. 

Trotter, William R. 

I I "Sibelius and the tide of taste. In the composer's centennial year, the music that was once extra- 

vagantly applauded, once wholly dismissed, at last finds its own place." In: High Fidelity 
Magazine, Dec, 1965, p. 48-53, 145. 

U.S. Department of State 
II "Centennial of the birth of Jean Sibelius. " [Text reproduction of long official telegrams.] In: Its 

Bulletin, Jan. 25, 1965, p. 111-112. 

WhittalL Arnold 

II Romantic music. A concise history from Schubert to Sibelius, with 51 illustrations. London: Thames 

and Hudson, 1987. Pages 182-183. Other Sibelius references in this book pertain to work titles. 

Williams, Richard 

I "How to enjoy a symphony. Conclusion." [Appears to have been a series which ends with this 

article, a discussion of Sibelius's 1st and 2nd symphonies.] In: House Beautiful, Aug. 1956, p. 3, 6. 



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Appendix B 

Appendix to Page 60, Harold E. Johnson's Note Book 

Sibelius and Finland Book of Memorabilia 

contents description 

Throughout notes: 

Jean Sibelius often as JS, Harold E. Johnson as HEJ. 

Page 

3 Unidentified newspaper, dated April 11, 1940: reproduction of a letter, HEJ, then in Copenhagen, 

Feb. 9, 1940, to Chester C. Greene, Cornell University, Classics Dept. Two long columns. 

4 New York Times Book Review, May 31, 1942. Review of Richard Aldrich's book. The Music criticism 

of Richard Aldrich, [a review of New York concert life, 1902-1923], edited by HEJ. 

3 Oct.-Dec. 1956: Announcements in Butler Reports, Indianapolis News, and Helsingin Sanomat 

about HEJ's booklet, Jean Sibelius, the Recorded Music,, and his forthcoming visit to Finland. 

4 Helsingin Sanomat, Jan. 11, 1957. Long article, signed M-i V-i, "Amerikkalainen tutkija tekee 

Sibeliuksen elamakertaa." 

5 Eteenpain, June 4, 1957, long article, "Jazz antaa mahdollisuuksia vakammallekin musiikkille." 

6-10 HEJ's article, "Sibeliuksen Lemminkais-sarja" from Helsingin Sanomat, also several articles relating 
to his findings in this and other Finnish papers, also some English and American clippings. 

11-12 More of the same, also Hufvudstadsbladet and Helsingin Sanomat articles about the meeting of JS's 

daughters with HEJ, and dinner invitation from Mr. and Mrs. Heikki Reenpaa. 

13 Long article, signed by HEJ, Helsingin Sanomat, June 16, captioned "Sibelius-viikon satoa. Fil. maist. 

Aarre Hemming: Lemminkais-sarjan tunnelmatausta." 

14-15 More notices from Swedish, American, and Finnish newspapers; invitations from the Ministry of 
Education and the Sibelius Festival Commission. 

16-17 HEJ's article, "Sibeliuksen seitsemas sinfonia ja <Fantasia sinfonica>" from Helsingin Sanomat, 

Sep. 22, 1957; also photograph: HEJ with Simon Parmet and Helsinki University Librarian Sune 
Orell, perusing the unpublished "Kullervo" manuscript by JS. 

18-19 Program and invitation to the Sibelius Commemorative Concert, Sep. 30, 1957; Helsingin Sanomat 
article, Oct. 2, about the concert and current Sibelius research; clippings from Butler University 
publications; photograph of a commemorative Sibelius plaque in Hameenlinna, with fresh 
flowers; long Helsingin Sanomat article, Oct. 6, signed 'mivi', about HEJ's and other Sibelius 
research, entitled, "Kreisvittaren muotokuva on haamu Sibeliuksen teoksen vaiheita." 

20-21 HEJ's article, "Lat oss ta vara pa Sibelianan!" from Hufvudstadsbladet, Nov. 5, 1957. Also: 
Note to HEJ from Ilmari Krohn, Nov. 23, 1957, and an invitation. 

22 Clippings: Helsingin Sanomat and Hufvudstadsbladet, about HEJ's plans for a JS biography 

and the search to identify the fourth man in Gallen-Kallela's "Symposium" painting. 

23 Nils Eric Ringbom's long review article, "En nya Sibelius-biografi", Nya Pressen, Dec. 7, 1957, 

about Santeri Levas's new book, "Nuori Sibelius", published by Soderstrom. 

24 HEJ's article, "The greatest monument to Sibelius," with copy of his letter to Harold Boisen, 

Butler's librarian, about Otto Andersson's request to write such an article, and other news from his 
sojourn in Finland. Article published in Suomi-Finland USA, vol. XII, no. 7, 1957; cf. p. 60. 



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25-28 HEJ's article, "Kuka on Symposiumin neljas mies?" Helsingin Sanomat, Dec. 8, 1957. With other 

Finnish and Swedish newspaper clips about the "fourth man" question, including articles by A. O. 
Vaisanen and Martti Rapola. Copy of HEJ's letter to Harold Boisen about Oskar Merikanto. 

29-30 Various notes and clippings from Oy. Yleisradio Ab., and Finnish, Swedish, and American papers, on 
the "Symposium" question as well as other issues connected with HEJ's researches. 

31 HEJ's article, "Jean Sibeliuksen alkusoitto, a-molli", Helsingin Sanomat, Feb. 23, 1958; also 

Nya Pressen and Hufvudstadsbladet clippings about his findings. 

32-33 Visit and studies in Hameenlinna, with clippings from Hameen Sanomat and other papers. 

34 HEJ's article, "Sibelius fjarder symfoni ~ en strlkkvartett?", Nya Pressen, June 7, 1958; also two 

Hufvudstadsbladet articles, one about JS's Andante lirico, the other about the opening ceremony 
of the 1958 Sibelius Week in Stockholm. 

35 HEJ's article, "Sibelius ja ohjelmamusiikki", Helsingin Sanomat, June 8, 1958. 

36 Qipping, Helsinki UP report, filed by A. Pederson Jr., "Sibelius myths broken by Butler Professor" 

[mostly about the existence of an Eighth Symphony]; also official invitation for Dr. and Mrs. 
' Johnson to the opening ceremony and concert of the Sibelius Week in Stockholm, June 12, 1958. 

37 HEJ's article, "Jean Sibeliuksen Andante lirico", Helsingin Sanomat, June 15, 1958. Also a copy of his 

letter, June 15, to Harold Boisen, about this composition and the strange occurrences surrounding 
appearance and probable theft of the original manuscript. 

38 Dippings: notices to social and professional meetings relating to departure from Finland, return 

to Butler University. 

39 HEJ's article, "Jean Sibeliuksen <Ty6kansas marssi>", Helsingin Sanomat, July 5, 1958. 

40 HEJ's article, "Finlandia ja <Sanomalehdist6n paivan> musiikki", Helsingin Sanomat, Oct. 5, 1958. 

Also three clippings from Indianapolis papers about Butler University's Brass Choir and its first 
U.S. performance of "Tiera" [JS's only published work for brass ensemble]. 

41-44 Program of Butler University's Jordan Ballet's performance of Lemminkdinen, and clippings about the 
performance from Indianapolis papers, Finlandia Foundation Newsletter, illustrated article, 
Helsingin Sanomat, Feb. 18, 1959, and HEJ's article, "En Lemminkainen-balett i Amerika", 
Nya Pressen, Feb. 28, 1958 (clipping and offprint, with HEJ's English translation). Some short 
clippings re: HEJ talks, and forthcoming publication of his JS biography. 

45-47: Some reviews of HEJ's Sibelius; also special reports by Henry Butler, Indianapolis Times, July 15, 16, 
1959. Letter from M. O. Ross; circular letter from Sibelius-Seura, March 31, 1960; some other 
letters from publishers and readers. Included is some correspondence between A. A. Knopf, 
Johnson's New York publisher, and Raben & Sjogren, the Swedish publisher. 

48-73 More reviews. 

Note that there is a special album in the collection, shelved with HEJ's publications, 
all review articles and other press clippings about this biography. The ones that he pasted into 
this notebook, appear to be duplicates, and may have been of special interest to him. 

Most of the English and Swedish reviews were favorable; most Finnish ones writers were highly 
critical. Listed here (regardless of tenor) in order of album appearance, are those articles 
which appear substantial in contents and length. 
The reviews listed for page 48, are kept in a special fwcket insert on that page. 



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Selected reviews, pages 48-73 

48 K. D. "Harold E. Johnson: Sibelius." In: The Monthly Musical Record, Sep.-Oct., 1960, p.189-190. 

Henry Leland Qarke. "Harold E. Johnson: Sibelius." In: Journal of Research in Music Education, 
Vol. VIII, No. 1, Spring 1960, p.57-58. 

Joonas Kokkonen. "Mr. Johnson, musiikki ja Sibelius." In: Suomalainen Suomi, 1960, no. 4, p. 242-245. 

Pekka Lounela. "Amerikan tietaja." In: Arvosteltuja Kirkoja, [date?], p. 185-187. 

Oiva Ketonen [a professor of physics]. "Johnsonin Sibelius-kuva." In: Kirjallisuutta, [date?], p. 85-92. 

49 "Sibelius, like Elgar, had his Enigmas. From our music critic." In: London Times, April 29, 1960. 

50 Martin Cooper. "The riddle of Sibelius." In: The Daily Telegraph, London, April 30, 1960. 

51 Scott Goddard. "Sibelius. By Harold E. Johnson." In:r^e Lisfener, London, Aug. 11, 1960. 

53 Hans Astrand. "Omvardering av Sibelius." In: Kvalls-Posten, July [day?], 1960 

54 Felix Werder. "Jan Sibelius ~ once a rebel, now a legend." In: The Age, Aug. 27, 1960. 

55 J. F. Waterhouse. "Sibelius faces the music." In: Birmingham Post, Sep. 19, 1960. 
59 Lars Gunnar Martling. "Sibelius i vardagslag." Holmstidning [name?] Jan. 1, 1961. 

61 Bjorn Johansson. "Sibelius-kritik." Gdteborgs Handels- och Sjofartstidning "Liberal", 

Oct. 19, 1961. 

62 Alf Thoor. "Sibelius offer for mytema." Expressen, Nov. 8, 1961. 

Josef Jonsson. "Var Jean Sibelius ett nationalhelgon?" Ostergijtlands Fackbl., Nov. 22, 1961. 

63 H. A. Peter. "Vidrakning med Sibeliusmyten." Nerrkspings Tider, Nov. 13, 1961. 
65 Erik Petersson. "Sibelius och Bartok." Goteborg Tidningen, Nov. 28, 1961. 

69 Ilmari Turjas. "Sikamainen jenkki." Uusi Kuvalehti, [date? The article matches the caption.] 

70 Sven-Eric Johanson. "Sibelius utan myt." Ny Tid, Jan. 3, 1961. 

71 Bo Linde. "Sibelius omvarderad." Grdube [name?] Dagblad, Jan. 8, 1962. 

73 Folke Hahnel. "Sibelius utan piedestal." Dagens Nyheter, March 15, 1962. 

74 John C. G. Waterhouse. "Sibelius and the Twentieth Century." Musical Times, Dec., 1965 

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Appendix C 

Appendix to Page 59, Harold E. Johnson's Collection of Reviews to his Sibelius Biography 

Jean Sibelius. Review Articles and Commentaries 

Pasted by Johnson into a notebook; deacidified, and placed in archival-quality pocket folders. Articles 
which have been listed and indexed in Appendix B, have not been noted again but have been retained in the 
collection. Listed here are only those reviews that appear to be of substantial length and contents. 

Folder 

I Ringbom, Nils-Eric. "Harold E. Johnsons Sibeliusbok." Offprint from Suomen Musiikkin Vuosikirja 

1958-59, inscribed by Ringbom to Johnson with words of personal friendship in spite of scholarly 
disagreement. 

3 Hedberg, Carol. "Johnson och opus 107." In: Hufvudstadsbladet, July 10, 1960. 

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond. "The myth of Sibelius." In: The London Sunday Times, June 26, 1960. 

5 Bradbury, Ernest. "The riddle of Sibelius's >Eight<." In: Yorkshire Post (Leeds), May 3, 1960. 

6 Linnala, Eero. "Eras Sibelius-Okirja." In: Muusikko. April, 1960. Accompanied by typed translation into 

English, translator unknown [European paper format and type face, most likely not Erkii Reenpaa]. 

9 Tyyri, Joukko. "Den siste siaren." In: Hufvudstadsbladet, date not known but probably early 1960. 

II Barker, John W. Untitled review, Jean Sibelius, Knopf, 1959, in: The American Record Guide, Dec, 1959. 
13 Nevanlinna, Rolf. "Sibelius ja hanen arvostelijansa." In: Uusi Suomi, Dec. 23, 1959. 

15 Nummi, Seppo. "Mr Johnson salapoliisina." In: Suomen Kuvalehti, Sep. 26, 1959. 

16 Reenpaa, Erkki. "Amerikkalaiset professorit Suomessa." In: Ylioppilaslehti, Nov. 6, 1959. 

A long letter in answer to Nummi's article; Suomen Kuvalehti had refused to publish it. Also: 
Reenpaa's typed English translation, with many ink and pencil corrections, sent to Johnson. 

17 Rydman, Kari. "Sibelius-kultti arvostelun kohteena." Two parts, in: Pdivdn Sanomat, Sep. 24 , 26, 1959. 

21 Helsingin Sanomat, Aug. 2, 1959, no name. "Jarvenpaan erakko ja maailmanmies. Kymmenia 

tuntemattomia Sibeliuksen teoksia Johnsonin Sibeliuksen elamakerrassa." 

22 Gelatt, Roland. "Not Beethoven's successor." The New York Times Book Review, July 26, 1959. 

23 Vuorenjuuri, Martti. "Johnsonin Sibelius-elamakerta saa erittain hyvat arvostelut Usa:ssa." 

In: Helsingin Sanomat, Aug. 13, 1959. 

26 Pesonen, Olavi. [Lacks caption and citation, possibly in complete. No caption; begins with: "Alkaa 
koskaan kiinnittako huomiota siihen..."; several columns, complete at end. Probably Fall, 1959. 



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The Scores of Jean Sibelius: Title Index 



This index pertains only to published and unpublished scores in our collection, not to recordings. Titles are 
listed not only as they appear but also with additional aids such as opus numbers, or listing with and without 
articles. In compiling the index, the English alphabet (which disregards all diacritical marks) has been 
used rather than the Finnish-Swedish alphabet. Some examples: 



Bldsippan 15 
Blommans ode 15 
Danske spejderes march 15 
DerKug 12 
Det danske spejderes 

march 15 
Die Glocken 19 



Die stille Stadt 9 
Ferryman's Bride 5 
Glocken 19 
Impromtu (op. 19) 3 
Impromtu (op. 24) 4 
Jaakarimarssi 15 
Jag arett trad 10 



Jonah's voyage 22 
Jone havsfard 22 
Kufi 12 

Les trois soeurs aveugles 
Pdberget 14 
Falmusunnuntaina 188 
Six songs (op. 50) 9 



Songs (op. 50) 9 
Spejderes March 15 
Stille Stadt 9 
The Ferryman's Bride 5 
The world song 15, 16 
Trois soeurs aveugles 8 
World song 15, 16 



Title Index 



Aallottaret 12, 70 

Aamusumussa 20 

Abimopectore 13 

Abends 10 

Affettuoso 13 

Ai-je reve? 7 

Airdedanse 5 

Air varie 10 

Air Overtura 4 

Alven och snigeln 10 

Andante festivo 20 

Andante Lirico 1 

Andantino 20 

Andantino & Menuetto 20,23 

Andantino (op. 24) 4 

Animoso 17 

Aquileja 14 

Arabesque 13 

Arioso for voice and string 

orchestra 1 

Aspen 12 

At the draw-bridge 11 

Atenames sang 5 

Aubade 14 

Auf dem Tanzvergniigen 12 

AufderHeide 19 

Aus banger Brust 9 

Autrefois, scene pastorale 16 

Bagatelles for piano 5 

Baggerosoma 15 

Ballade (op. 27) 4,5 

Ballade (op. 115) 19 

Ballet sene for orchestra 23, 69 

Barcarola 4 

Bard 11 

Bellis 14 



Belsazar 9 
Berceuse (op. 40) 7 
Berceuse (op. 79) 14 
Berger et bergerette 16 
Bjorken 12 
Blasippan 15 
Blomma stod vid vagen 10 
Blommans ode 15 
BoUspelet vid Trianon 6 
Boutade 5 
BrokigabladI 24 
Brusande rusar en v3g 20 
Campanula 14 
Cantata for the University 

Ceremonies of 1894 20 
Cantata for the University 

Ceremonies of 1897 3 
Canzonetta 11 
Caprice in E minor 4 
Capricietto 13 
Carillon 13 
Chanson sans paroles 7 
Chant de soir 17 
Characteristic impressions for 

piano 17 
Chase 11 
Christmas Songs 1 
Concert suite for orchestra 9 
Concerto in D minor for violin 

and orchestra 9 
Consolation 13 
Couplet (op. 34) 5 
Couplet (op. 99) 17 
Dance Intermezzo 8 
Danse 16 
Danse caracteristique (op. 79) 14 



Danse caracteristique (op. 116) 

19 
Danses Champetres 18 
Danse pastorale 5 
Danske spejderes march 15 
Danses champetres 18 
[Das] Madchen kam vom 

Stelldichein 7 
DasMiihlrad 10 
De bagge rosoma 15 
Demanten pi marssnon 6 
Den 25 Oktober 1902. Till 

Ther&seHahl 20,24 
Den ensamma furan 12 
Den forsta kyssen 6 
Den hoga himlen 18 
DerHirt 10 
DerKuC 12 
DerShirm 18 
Der Ursprung des Feuers 5 
Der Wanderer und der Bach 12 
Des Abends 10 
Des Fahrmanns Braute 5 
Det danske spejderes march 15 
Det morknar ute 1 
Devotion (Ab imo pectore) 13 
Dialogue 10 

Die drei blinden Schwestem 8 
Die Glocken (Capriccietto) 19 
Die Glockenmelodie in der 

Kirche zu Berghall 11 
Die stille Stadt 9 
Dolce far niente 10 
Dold forening 14 
Drei blinde Schwestern 8 
Drommama 20 



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Title index, scores 



Drommen 2 

Dryad 8 

Eight short pieces for piano 17 

Eight songs (op. 57) 10 

Eight songs (op. 61) 10 

[Ein] Madchen kam vom 

Stelldichein 7 
Ejmedklagan 20,24 
Ekloge 12 
Elegiaco 13 
Elegie 4 

En blomma stod vid vagen 10 
En saga 1 
Enslanda 2 
Ensamnna furan 12 
Epilogue 1 
Erloschen 21 
Esquisse (op. 76) 13 
Esquisse (op. 99) 17 
Esquisses for piano 19 
Ett drommackord 14 
Ett ensamt skidspar 20 
Etude 13 
Evige Eros 14 
FIfangonskan 10 
FIgelfangaren 15 
Flgellek 2 
Fahrmanns Braute 5 
Ferryman's Bride 5 
Festivo 4 
Fiddler 17 
Finlandia 4, 24 
Finnish folk songs 21 
Finnish rune fragments 21 
Finska folkvisor i trans- 

kriptioner for piano 21 
Fischerlied 10 
Five characteristic impressions 

for piano 17 
Five Christmas Songs 1 
Five Danses Champetres 18 
Five esquisses for piano 19 
Five part-songs 14 
Five pieces for piano (op. 75) 12 
Five pieces for piano (op. 85) 14 
Five pieces for violin and piano 

14 
Five romantic pieces for piano 17 
Five songs (op. 37) 6 
Five songs (op. 38) 7 
Flickan kom ifrdn sin alsklings 

mote 6 
For Eino Levon's daughters 22 
Forest lake 19 



Forsta kyssen 6 

Four lyric pieces for piano 12 

Four pieces for violin (or 

violoncello) and piano 13 
Four pieces for violin and piano 

19 
Fridolins dSrskap 21 
Friihlingslied 2 
Friihlingszauber 10 
Funeral march for orchestra 10 
FiinfSkizzen 19 
Fyrens julnummer 22 
Gavotte 16 

Glocken (Capriccietto) 19 
Glockenmelodie in der Kirche zu 

Berghall 11 
Graduaaleja 18 
Granen 12 

Grefvinnans konterfej 21, 24 
Haamuistelma 21 
Har du mod? 5 
Harlequinade 13 
Harpolekaren 7 
Heisa hopsa, bei Regen und 

Wind 10 
Helsingin tyovaen mieskuoro 24 
Hermes budskap 15 
Herr Lager och Skon fager 14 
Herran siunaus 18 
Hirt 10 

Her tig Magnus 10 
Hjartats morgon 2 
Hoga himlen 18 
Hostkvall 7 
Humoreski 18 
Humoresque (op. 40) 7 
Humoresque (op. 76) 13 
Humoresque (op. 101) 17 
Humoresque (op. 115) 19 
Humoresque I, op. 97 17 
Humoresque II, op. 97 17 
Humoresques 1-2 15 
Humoresques 3-6 15 
Humoristischer Marsch 17 
HundertWege 12 
Hundra vagar 12 
Hvad har bruti tonens valde? 2 
Hymn til jorden 16 
Hymn to the Earth 16 
Hymne auf das Land 16 
Inatten 7 

I systrar, I broder 14 
Idyll 4 
Illalle 2 



Ilta tulee, ehtoo joutuu 21 

Im alten Heim 12 

Im Feld ein Madchen singt 9 

Impressions for piano 17 

Impromptu (op. 5, no. 5-6) 1 

Impromptu (op. 19) 3 

Impromptu (op. 24) 4 

Impromptu (op. 78) 13 

Impromptu (op. 97) 17 

Impromptu (op. 99) 17 

Impromptu f. Streichorkester 1 

Impromptu in A minor 1 

Impromptu in B minor 1 

Impromptu in E major 1 

Impromptu in E minor 1 

Impromptu in G minor 1 

Impromptus for piano 1 

Inmemoriam 10 

In mournful mood 17 

Incidental music to Kung 
Kristian II 4 

Incidental music to Kuolema 8 

Incidental music to Pelleas et 

Melisande 8 

Incidental music to Scaramouche 
12 

Incidental music to Shake- 
speare's The Tempest 18 

Incidental music to Svanevit 9 

Incidental music toBelsazar 9 

Iris 14 

Isanmaalle 21, 25 

Isanmaallisia lauluja 21, 25 

Italian folk songs 21 

Jaakarimarssi 15 

Jag ar ett trad 10 

Jag ville jag vore i Indialand 7 

Jagargossen 2 

Jean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte 
Lieder 2, 6, 10 

Johdantovuorolauluja 18, 23 

Jonah's voyage 22 

Jone havsfard 22 

Joonaan meriretki 22 

Jordenss^g 16 

Joueur de harpe 5 

Joulutunnelma 24 

Jubal 6 

Juhlamarssi 22 

Juhlavirsia hymneja 

joululauluja 3 

Julvisa 1 

Kaiutar 12 

Kalevala 2, 5, 9, 12, 18, 21 



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Title index, scores 



Kansakoulaisten marssi 22, 25 
Kansakoulun lauluja 22 
Kansanvalistusseuran 

nuottivarasto 25 
Kansanvalistusseuran Torvi- 

partituureja II 24 
Kantaatti tohtorin- ja 

maisterin-vihkijaisissa 

31 paivana toukokuuta 1894 

22 
Kantat till ord av W. von 

Konow 22 
Kanteletar 2, 23 
Karelia overture 1 
Karelia, suite for orchestra 1 
Karjalanosa 22,23 
Kavaljeren 22 
Kehtolaulu 22 

Kellosavel Kallion kirkossa 11 
Kertomus Saynatsalon 20 
Kevatlaulu 2 
Kleiner Walzer 17 
Komm herbei. Tod 10 
Koskenlaskijan morsiamet 5 
Kotikaipaus 23 
Kristillisissa nuorisojuhlissa 

18,23 
Kuin virta vuolas 3 
Kullervo 1,69 
Kullervon valitus 1 
Kung Kristian II 4 
Kuolema 8 
Kuolutie 23 
Kurkikohtaus 8 
KuG 12 

Kuutamolla 23 
Kvamhjulet 10 
Kyllikki 8 
Kyssen 12 
Kyssenshopp 2 
Laetare anima mea 13 
Landscape 19 

Ungsamt kom kvallsskyn 10 
Langtan heter min arvedel 14 
Lasse liten 6 
Lastu lainehilla 2 
Laulu Lemminkaiselle 5 
Laulu-Miehet III 24 
Laulu-Miesten 18 
Lauluja sekakoorille, 1897 
vuoden promotiooni 3 
Lauluja sekakoorille 3 
Laulujapoika l-ll 22 
Lemniinkainen 3 



Lemminkainen ja saaren neidot 

3 
Lemminkainen palaa 

kotitienoille 3 
Lemminkainen Tuonelassa 3 
Lenzgesang 9 
Les trois soeurs aveugles 8 
Levonin tytoille 22, 23 
Lied 17 
Likhet 23 
Linnaea 13 
Love-song 11 
Lucifer 23, 24, 25 
Luonnotar 12 
Lyric pieces for piano 12 
Maan virsi 16 
Madchen kam vom Stelldichein 

7 
Mai 10 
Maj 10 
Malinconia 3 

Man frin slatten och ha vet 11 
Mandolinato 23 
Marches (op. 91) 15 
Marsch der finnlandischen Jager 

15 
Marssnon 6 

Masonic ritual music 19 
Mazurka (op. 34) 5 
Mazurka (op. 81) 14 
Me nuoriso Suomen 3 
Melodie 16 
Men mid fSgel 6 
Menuett-Impromptu 69 
Menuetto (op. 27) 4 
Menuetto (op. 40) 7 
Menuetto (op. 81) 14 
Menuetto, for orchestra 23, 69 
Menuetto, wind /brass septet 23 
Merta pain 14 
Metsamien laulu 2 
Miesaanisia lauluja 3, 25 
Millwheel 10 
Min rastas raataa 23 
Minun kultani 21 
Moment de valse 17 
Montapa elon merella 3 
Morceau romantique 24 
Morgonen 15 
Morknarute 1 
Morning Mist 20 
Muhlrad 10 

Muntra Musikanter 2, 14 
Musette 4 



Musik zu einer Sc&ne 8 

Musique religieuse 19 

Nardss 23 

Natus in curas 3 

Nacken 10 

Nar jag drommer 10 

Nar ronnen blommar 12 

Ne pitkan matkan kulkijat 18 

Night Ride and Sunrise 9 

Nocturne (op. 24) 4 

Nocturne (op. 27) 4 

Nord imd Siid, eine deutsche 

Monatsschrift 9 
Norden 15 
Nouvelette 16 
Nu s^ kommer julen 1 
Nu stdr Jul vid snoig port 1 
Nuorisosekakuorolauluja 3 
Oarsman 17 

Och finns det en tanke? 14 
Oceanides 12 
Oeillet 14 
OhiCaroH 21,23,25 
Oi kallis Suomi, aiti verraton 3 
Oi lempi, sum valtas aareton on 

3 
Oi toivo, toivo sa lietomieli 3 
Oma maa 16 
On hanget korkeat 1 
Orionsbalte 12 
Ouverture, see Overture 
Overture in A minor 23 
Overture in E major 23, 69 
PIberget 14 
Paverandan 7 

Paiv' ei paase paistam ahan 20 
Palmusimnuntaina 18 
Pan and Echo 9 
Part-songs 14 
Part songs. Cantata for the 

University Ceremonies of 

1897 3 
Partiolaisten marssi 15 
Patriotic march 22, 23 
Pelleas et Melisande 8 
Pelleas und Melisande 8 
Pensee melodique 7 
Pensees lyrique 7 
Petite marche 17 
Petite serenade 7 
Pi&ce enfantine 13 
Piece humoristique 17 
Pi&ce romantique 24 



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Title index, scores 



Pieces for piano (op. 24) 4 
Pieces for piano (op. 58) 10 
Pieces for piano (op. 75) 12 
Pieces for piano (op. 76) 13 
Pieces for piano (op. 85) 14 
Pieces for piano or orchestra 16 
Pieces for violin and piano 

(op. 79) 14 
Pieces for violin and piano 

(op. 81) 14 
Pieces for violin and piano 

(op.ll6) 19 
Pieces for violin (or violoncello) 

and piano 13 
Pohjola's Tochter 9 
Pohjolan tytar 9 
Polonaise 7 
Portrattema 21, 23 
Preludium 24 

Press Celebrations 1899 4, 24, 55 
Pressens dagar 1899 24, 55 
Pyhainpaivana 18 
(2uamhjulet 10 
Rakastava 2 
Reconnaissance 5 
Religioso 13 
Reverie (op. 34) 5 
Reverie (op. 58) 10 
Rigaudon 13 
Romance (op. 2) 1 
Romance (op. 101) 17 
Romance in A major 4 
Romance in C major 8 
Romance in D flat major 4 
Romance in D minor 4 
Romance in F major 13 
Romans (op. 61) 10 
Romantic pieces for piano 17 
Romanze (op. 61 ) 10 
Romanzetta 13 
Romeo 10 

Rondeau romantique 19 
Rondino (op. 68) 11 
Rondino (op. 81 ) 14 
Rondinos for piano 11 
Rondo, viola and piano 24 
Rondoletto 7 
Rosenlied 9 
Rukouspaivana 18 
Rune fragments 21 
Runosavelmien naytteita 21 
Saarella palaa 2 
Sammuva sainio maan 3 
Sandels 5 



Sanfter Westwind 12 

S^ngarlon 14 

Sdngen om korsspindeln 274 

Sav, sav, susa 6 

Savelisto VII 24 

Scaramouche 12 

Sc&ne (op. 25) 4 

Sc&ne de ballet 69 

Sc&nededanse 19 

Sc&ne lyrique 17 

Scene with Cranes 8 

Scfene romantique 17 

Scenes Historiques I 4 

Scenes Historiques II 11 

Scherzando 7 

Scherzino 10 

Schneefrid 5 

Scout March 15 

Segelfahrt 24 

Sehnsucht 9 

Sekaaanisia lauluja 2, 3, 21, 22 

Sen har jag ej frSgat mera 2 

Serenade (op. 27) 4 

Serenade (op. 79) 14 

Serenades for violin and 

orchestra 11 
Seven songs (op. 13) 2 
Seven songs (op. 17) 2 
Shakespeare's The Tempjest 18 
Shakespeare's Twelfth Night 

10 
Short pieces for piano 17 
Sibeliana 19 
Siltavahti 24 
Sippan 15 

Six bagatelles for piano 17 
Six impromptus for piano 1 
Six part songs, for male chorus a 

cappella 2 
Six pieces for piano 16 
Six pieces for violin and piano 

14 
Six songs (op. 36) 6 
Six songs (op. 50) 9 
Six songs (op. 72) 12 
Six songs (op. 86) 14 
Six songs (op. 88) 15 
Six songs (op. 90) 15 
SmA flickoma 24 
Snellman's Pest Cantata 9 
Snofrid 5 
Sofin! 2 

Soi kiitokseksi Luojan 3 
Soluppging 6 



Sommamatten 15 
Sommerlied 10 

Sonata in F major for piano 121 
Sonatina in E major for violin 

and piano 14 
Sonatinas for piano 11 
Song for the people of Usimaa 25 
Song in the forest 19 
Songs (op. 35) 6 
Songs (op. 36) 6 
Songs (op. 37) 6 
Songs (op. 38) 7 
Songs (op. 50) 9 
Songs (op. 57) 10 
Songs (op. 61) 10 
Songs (op. 88) 15 
Songs (op. 90) 15 
Sonnet 16 
Sortunutaani 2 
Souvenir (op. 34) 5 
Souvenir (op. 79) 14 
Souvenir (op. 99) 17 
Spagnuolo 24 
Spejderes march 15 
Spirit of Nature 12 
Spring vision 19 
Stand chen 10 
Stille Stadt 9 
Stimmungen ayus dem Lande der 

tausend Seen 19 
Storm 17 
Sturm 18 

Suite caracteristique 17 
Suite champetre 17 
Suite mignonne 17 
Suomen evankelis-luterilaisen 

Messusavelmat 18 
Suomen Musiikkilehti 21, 22, 25 
Suur' olet, Herra 24 
Svanevit 9 
Svarta rosor 6 

Svenska Folkskolaus Vanner 20 
Swan of Tuonela [Tuonelan 

joutsen] 3 
Sydameni laulu 2 
Sydamestani rakastan 21 
Symphony No. I 7 
Symphony No. II 8 
Symphony No. Ill 9 
Symphony No. IV 11 
Symphony No. V 14 
Symphony No. VI 17 
Symphony No. VII 17 
Tanz-Idylle 14 



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Title index, scores 



Tanz-Intermezzo 8 

Tapiola 18 

Tempest 18 

Tempo di menuetto (op. 58) 10 

Tempo di menuetto (op. 79) 14 

Tempo di minuetto 69 

Ten bagatelles for piano 5 

Ten pieces for piano (op. 24) 4 

Ten pieces for piano (op. 58) 10 

Teodora 6 

Tervekuu 2 

The Bard 11 

The Chase 11 

The Dryad 8 

The Ferryman's Bride 5 

The Fiddler 17 

The Millwheel 10 

The Oarsman 17 

The Oceanides 12 

The Storm 17 

The Swan of Tuonela [Tuonelan 

joutsen] 3 
The Tempest 18 
The village church 17 
The works of Jean Sibelius 20 
The world song, of the World 

Association of Girl Guides 

and Girl Scouts 15, 16 
Thirteen pieces for piano 13 
Three sonatinas for piano 11 
Three pieces for piano or 

orchestra 16 
Three pieces for violin and 

piano 19 
Three works for male voices 5 
Tiera 24 
Till Frigga 2 
Till havs 14 
Till minnet av Albert Edelfelt 

20,25 
Till Therese Hahl. Den 25 
Oktober 1902 25 
Till trinaden 25 
Tomet 15 

Trippole trappole 23, 25 
Trois soeur aveugles 8 
Tulensynti 5 
Tuonelan joutsen 3 
Tuopa tytto, kaunis tytto 21 
Tuule, tuule leppeammin 3 
Tuuli tuudittele 3 
Tvd Sanger vid piano 6 
Twelfth Night 10 
Two rondinos for piano 11 



Two serenades for violin and 

orchestra 11 
Two marches 15 
Two part-songs, op. 108 18 
Two part-songs, op. 65 11 
Two pieces for orchestra, op. 45 8 
Two pieces for violin (or violon- 
cello) and orchestra 13 
Two pieces for violin and piano 1 
Two pieces from the Incidental 

music to Kuolerma 11 
Two songs for Shakespeare's 

Twelfth Night 10 
Two songs 6 
Tyokansan marssi 25 
Tyovaen kalenteri 25 
Ukko the Fire-maker 5 
Under strandens granar 2 
Under sdngarfanen 3 
University Ceremonies of 1894 

20 
University Ceremonies of 1897 3 
Uno Cygnaeuksen muistolle 

22,25 
Untitled waltz for violin and 

kantele 25 
Ursprung des Feuers 5 
Ute hors stormen 25 
Uusia kotimaisia lauluja ja 

sovituksia 3 
Uusia kotimaisia lauluja ja 

sovituksia II 20 
Uusmaalaisten laulu 21, 25 
Vainon virsi 18 
Valse(op. 81) 14 
Valse chevaleresque 16 
Valse in D flat major 5 
Valse in E major., op. 24 4 
Valse lyrique 16 
Valse romantique 11 
Valse triste 8 
Valse, untitled, for violin and 

kantele 25 
Valsette 7 
Valssi 22,25 
Vanskapens blomma 10 
Vapautettu kuningatar 9 
Var det en drom? 6 
VIren flyktar hastigt 2 
Varfornimmelser 14 
VIrsIng 2 
VIrtagen 10 
Vattenplask 10 
Velisurmaaja 21 



Veljeni vierailla n\ailla 25 

Vem styrde hit din vag? 15 

Venematka 2 

Vi ses igen 12 

Viipurin Laulu-Veikkojen 

kunniamarssi 25 
Viipurin Laulu=Veikot 25 
Viisi luonnosta 19 
Village church 17 
Vilse 2 
Vitsippan 15 
Voces intimae 9 
Waltz for violin and kantele, 

untitled 25 
Wanderer und der Bach 12 
Was it a dream? 7 
Wellenfliistem 10 
Winter scene 19 
Works for male voices 5 
World song, of the World 

Association of Girl Guides 

and Girl Scouts 15, 16 



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Cumulative Title Index 

SCORES, recordings, BOOKS, OTHER MATERIALS 

As in the preceding title index to the scores of Jean Sibelius, the English alphabet has been used, not the 
Finnish-Swedish alphabet. In this cumulative index, titles are listed as they appear, without additional 
aids such as inversions, listing with and without articles, or opus numbers. 

Where a title was used by more than one author or composer, names are added in parentheses. 



A comparative study of the 

printed score and the manu- 
script of the seventh 
symphony 56 
A historical and themaric study 

of... Rakastava 61 
A recital of the Helsinki 

University Chorus 46 
A register of conventional titles 

...for works of Jean Sibelius 57 
A short story of a long friendship 

62 
A Sibelius revival 74 
A sketch of Sibelius the man 71 
A survey of contempjorary music 

58 
Aallottaret 12, 41, 42, 70 
Aamusimiussa 20 
Able to keep puffing 75 
Acta musica 56 

Acta Musicologica Fennica 59, 60 
Affettuoso 13 

After music by Jan Sibelius 72 
Ah, saapuos yohon valkeus 52 
Ah, were light to come 52 
Ai-je reve? 7 
Aina laulan 51 
Airdedanse 5 
Air varie 10 

Alkusoitto a-moll 60,70 
Air Overtura 4 
Alia marcia, from Karelia Suite 

28, 33, 34 
Alven och snigeln 10 
Always I Sing 51 
Amerikan tietaja 78 
Amerikkalainen tutkija tekee 

Sibeliuksen elamakertaa 76 
Amerikkalaiset professorit 

Suomessa 79 
An interesting point 69 
An introduction to Finnish 

literature 66 
Andante festivo 20,43,46 
Andante Lirico 1,60,77 



Andantino 4 

Andantino & Menuetto 20, 23 

Animoso 17 

Annales Academiae Scientiarum 

Fennicae 60 
Another blockbuster: Sibelius 

Symphony No. 2 71 
Anteckningar om Stockholms 

theatrar 66 
Aquileja 14 
Arabesque 13 

Arabesques - Finaletto 43, 46, 54 
Arioso 46,48 
Arioso for voice, string orchestra 

1 
Arise, Be Thou a Light 52 
Aspen 12 
At Sunrise 51 
At the draw-bridge 11, 41 
Atenames s^ng 5 
Aubade 14 

Auf dem Tanzvergniigen 12 
AufderHeide 19 
Auringon noustessa 51 
Aus banger Brust 9, 38, 40 
Autrefois, scene pastorale 16 
Autumn Evening 46 
Ave maris Stella 51 
Ballade 4,5,19 
Ballet scene 20,69 
Barcarola 4 
Beethoven, Sibelius, and the 

"profound logic" 62 
Bellis 14 

Belshazzar's Feast 34, 36, 39 
Berceuse 7, 14, 35 
Berger et bergerette 16 
Bernstein's personal vision of the 

Sibelius symphonies 72 
Bidrag till kannedomen om tre 

Sibelius-verk 63 
Birds of Passage 51 
Bjorken 12 

Bjomeborger's March 50 
Black roses 33, 46 



Blommansode 15 

BlSsippan 15 

Boating 50 

Bolero (Festivo) 28, 30, 31, 45 

Bollspelet vid Trianon 6 

Bon om ro 49 

Boom in Sibelius 75 

Boutade 5 

Brokiga blad 1 24 

Brusande rusar en v3g 20 

But There's Still No Bird For Me 

46 
Butler's rare books offer a 

glimpse of collectors 73 
Caliban and Canon 44 
Campanula 14 
Cantat Siell' laulavi kuningatar 

9 
Cantata for the University 

Ceremonies of 1894 20 
Cantique x 
Canzonetta 11,29,40 
Capriccio 38, 54 
Caprice in E minor 4 
Capricietto 13 
Carillon 13 

Carmen Fantasy 42, 43, 54 
Carrier-Pidgeon 54 
Catalogue of Finnish orchestral 

and vocal compositions 65 
Centennial of the birth of Jean 

Sibelius 75 
Chanson sans paroles 7 
Chant de soir 17 
Choral music by Finnish 

composers 50 
Choral pieces by Sibelius, 

Turunen, Kilpinen, Sonninen, 
Palmgren, and Haapalainen 
33,38 
Collection of articles and excerpts 

about Jean Sibelius 57, 71-75 
Come Away, Death 46 
Coming Home 51 
Composers since 1900 72 



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Cumulative title index 



Complete works for violin & 

piano 47 
Conamore 62 
Concerto in D 37,49 
Concerto in D minor for violin and 

orchestra 9 
Consolation 13 
Couplet 5, 17 
Cow-Keeper's Tune & Country 

Dance 50 
Cradle Song 53 
Dance Intermezzo 8, 9 
Danse 16 

Danse caracteristique 14, 19 
Danse pastorale 5 
Danses champetres 47 
Darkness Falls 50 
Das Lied von der Erde 70 
Das finnische Musikleben 74 
DasMuhlrad 10 
De bagge rosoma 15 
De tvd versionerna av Sibelius' 

tondikt "En saga" 63 
Dear Land of Suomi 51 
Demanten p3 marssnon 6, 46, 48 
Den 25 Oktober 1902. Till Ther^se 

Hahl 20 
Den ensamma furan 12 
Den forsta kyssen 6 
Den hoga himlen 18 
Den siste siaren 79 
DerHirt 10 
DerKufi 12 
Der Formenbau in den Sympho- 

nien von Jean Sibelius 60 
Der Stimmungsgehalt der Sym- 

phonien von Jean Sibelius 60 
Der Sturm 18 
Der Ursprung des Feuers 5 
Der Wanderer und der Bach 12 
Des Abends 10 
Des Fahrmanns Braute 5 
Det danske spejderes march 15 
Det morknar ute 1 
Detroit studies in music 

bibliography 56 
Devotion (Ab imo pectore) x, 13 
Dialogue 10 

Die drei blinden Schwestern 8 
DieGlocken 19 
Die Glockenmelodie in der 

Kirche zu Berghall 11 
Die Idee der Innovation und der 

Tradition 59 



Die Musik in Geschichte und 

Gegenwart 63 
Die Musik Skandinaviens 74 
Die Musikhandschriften von Jean 

Sibelius in ... Helsinki 60 
Die stille Stadt 9 
Die Symphonien von Jean 

Sibelius 63 
Do You Still Remember the Psalm 

52 
Dolce far niente 10 
Doldforening 14 
Drommama 20 
Drommen46 
Drommen 2 
Edgar and Sibelius 74 
Eight short pieces for piano 17 
Eight songs 10,40 
Ej med klagan 20, 25 
Ekloge 12 
Elama 54 
Elegiaco 13 
Elegie 4 
Elegie & Musette (from King 

Kristianll) 32,36 
Eleven composers 71 
En blomma stod vid vagen 10 
En bok om en manniska 67 
En Lemminkainen-balett i 

Amerika 71 
En nya Sibelius-biografi 76 
En saga 1, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 

39, 41, 42, 45, 48 
En slanda 2 
Entr'acte 

(Mussorgsky) 53 

(Sibelius) 32,36 
Epilogue 1 
Epilogue (Kuula) 51 
Eras Sibelius-Okirja 79 
Erloschen 21, 47 
Essays in musical analysis 66 
Esquisse viii, 13, 17 
Essaer om musik och mastare 62 
Ett drommackord 14 
Ett ensamt skidsp^r 20 
Etude 13 

European nationalists 75 
Evening 50 
Everyman x 
Everyman's library 67 
EvigeEros 14 

Excerpts, Pelleas & Melisande 48 
FIfang onskan 10 



Figelfangaren. 15 

Fdgellek 2 

Fanrik St^ls Sanger 68 

Farewell, my youth viii 

FesteRomane 44,53 

Festivo 4, 28, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35 

Festskrift till Erik Tawaststjema 

60 
Finland 66 
Finland, a musical treasure hunt 

60 
Finland between East and West 

67 
FiiUand's memorial to Sibelius 74 
Finlandia viii, 4, 24, 27, 28, 29, 

30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 
42,45 
Finlandia (Turunen arr.) 46 
Finlandia-Hymni 46 
Finlandia ja "Sanomalehdiston 

paivain" musiikki 60, 77 
Finlandia, the story of Sibelius 

56 
Finnish Choral Music 50 
Finnish folks song 28 
Finnish folk songs 21 
Finnish Music Quarterly 58, 65 
Finnish nationalism and the 

music of Finland 57 
Finnish Rhapsody 52 
Finnish rune fragments 21 
Finnish Songs 50 
Finnish-English dictionary 68 
Finska folkvisor 21 
Fischerlied 10 
Five characteristic impressions 

for piano 17 
Five Christmas Songs vii, 1 
Five Danses Champetres 18 
Five esquisses for piano 19, 47 
Five part-songs for male voices a 

cappella 14 
Five pieces by Edvard Grieg 32^6 
Five pieces for piano 12, 14 
Five pieces for violin and piano 

14,47 
Five songs 6,7 
Five views of Sibelius 71 
Flagellek 46 
Flickan kom ifrin sin alsklings 

mote 6 
For Eino Levon's daughters 22 
Forest lake 19 
Four lyric pieces for piano 12 



86 



Cumulative title index 



Four pieces for violin and piano 

19,47 
Four pieces for violin (or violon- 
cello) and piano 13 
Forteckning ofver svenska 

skldespel uppforda pd Stock- 
holms theatrar 66 
Francesca da Rimini 45, 54 
Fratricide 46 
Freedom 51 
Fridolins dirskap 21 
From Sibelius to Sallinen vii, 57 
Friihlingslied 2 
Friihlingszauber 10 
Fuga fantastica 53 
Funeral march for orchestra 10 
Fyrens julnummer 22 
Gavotte 

(Haapalainen) 50 

(Hannikainen) 50 

(Sibelius) 16 
Genius at work 74 
Gotemas sdng 49 
Graduaaleja 18 
Grammofoninspelningar 27 
Granen 12 

Grefvinnans konterfej 21, 24 
Haamuistelma 21 
Hamahakki 51 
Hamara 43,46,52 
Hameenlinna, de silvergraa 

mirmenas stad 61 
Hameenlinna, hopeanhar- 

maitten muistojen kaupunki 61 
Hameenlinna, town of silver grey 

memories 61 
Happy Birthday 75 
Happy Morning 53 
Har du mod? 5 
Harlequinade 13 
Harold E. Johnson: Sibelius 78 
Harold E. Johnsons Sibeliusbok 59 
Harpolekaren 7 
Haudoilta 52 
Heart Wound 50 
Heisa hopsa 10 
Helsingfors orkesterforetag 

1882-1932 63 
Helsingin tyovaen mieskuoro 24 
Hermes budskap 15 
Herr Lager och Skon fager 14 
Herran siunaus 18 
Hertig Magnus 10 
High Fidelity ix 



Historiallisia kuvia II 41 
Hjartats morgon 2 
Hostkvall 7,48 
How to enjoy a symphony: 

Conclusion 75 
Humoreski 18 
Humoresque 7, 13, 17, 19, 44 
Humoresquel 17 
Humoresque n 17 
Humoresques 37 
Humoresques I-II 15, 42, 43 
Humoresques III-VI 15, 42, 43 
Humoristischer Marsch 17 
HimdertWege 12 
Hundra vagar 12 
Hvad har bruti tonens valde? 2 
Hymn til jorden 16 
Hymn to Thais 47 
Hynrin to the Earth 16 
Hymne auf das Land 16 
Inatten 7 
I know my love 51 
I systrar, I broder 14 
Idyll 4 
Illalle 2,46 
Ilta 50 

Ilta tulee, ehtoo joutuu 21 
Im alten Heim 12 
Im Feld ein Madchen singt 

9, 46, 71 
Imports: Sibelius 71 
Impromptu 1,3,4,13,17 
Impromptu f. Streichorkester 

xi, 1, 70 
Impromptu in A minor 1 
Impromptu in B minor 1 
Impromptu in E major 1 
Impromptu in E minor 1 
Impromptu in G minor 1 
Impromptus for piano 1 
Inmemoriam 10,48 
In mournful mood 17 
In the Evening 46 
In the Fields a Maiden Sings 46 
In the vanguard: Okko Kamu 72 
Incidental music to Belsazars 

gastabud 9 
Incidental music to Kung 

Kristian II 4 
Incidental music to Kuolema 8, 1 1 
Incidental music to Pelleas et 

Melisande 
(Faure) 38,49 
(Sibelius) 8 



Incidental music to Scaramouche 

12 
Incidental music to Shake- 
speare's The Tempest 18 
Incidental music to Svanevit 9 
Incidental music to The Tempest 

28 
Inka-muori 53 

Innovaation ja tradition idea 59 
Intermezzo from Karelia Suite 

28, 33, 34 
Interview with Harold E. Johnson 

69 
Intrada 28 

Intrada & Finnish Folk Song 50 
Iris 14 

Isanmaalle 21, 25 
Isanmaallisia lauluja 21, 25 
Islanders' Jig 53 
Italian folk songs 21 
Jaakarimarssi 15 
Jag ar ett trad 10 
Jag ville jag vore i Indialand 7 
Jan Sibelius: once a rebel, now a 

legend 78 
Jagargossen 2 
Jarvenpaan erakko ja 

maailmanmies 79 
Jarvenpaan mestari 61 
Jazz antaa mahdollisuuksia 

vakammallekin musiikkille 76 
Jean Sibeliuksen alkusoitto 

a-molli 60, 71 
Jean Sibeliuksen "Andante lirico" 

60,77 
Jean Sibeliuksen "Tyokansas 

Marssi" 60,77 
Jean Sibelius 

(author unknown) 59 

(Downes) 57 

(Furuhjelm) 58 

(Gray) 58 

(Johnson) vii, 59, 67 

(Layton) 61 

(M. Jalas, ed.) 59 

(Newmarch) 62 

(Niemann) 62 

(Nyblom) 62 

(Pirsch) 62 

(Salmenhaara) 63 

(Sibelius Centenary 
Committee) 64 

(Tammaro) 64 

(Tawaststjerna) 65 



87 



Cumulative title index 



Jean Sibelius, a Finnish composer 

62 
Jean Sibelius, a master and his 

work 63 
Jean Sibelius, a personal portrait 

61 
Jean Sibelius, an international 

bibliography 56 
Jean Sibelius, eine Monographie 

65 
Jean Sibelius et la musique 

finlandaise 73 
Jean Sibelius, 15 ausgewahlte 

Lieder 2, 6, 10 
Jean Sibelius, hans tondiktning 

och drag ur hand liv ix, 58 
Jean Sibelius, his life and 

personality 57 
Jean Sibelius i Amerika 56 
Jean Sibelius ja hanen Ainolansa 

61 
Jean Sibelius, Master of 

Jarvenpaa 73 
Jean Sibelius - Melodies, Songs, 

Lieder 47 
Jean Sibelius, muistelma sa 

ihmisesta 61 
Jean Sibelius, muistelma suuresta 

ihmisesta 61 
Jean Sibelius och hans verk 

viii, 57 
Jean Sibelius och Svenska Teatern 

56 
Jean Sibelius, taiteilijan elama 

persoonallisuus 57 
Jean Sibelius, the recorded music 

59,76 
Jean Sibelius, un compositore 

saggio 61 
Jean Sibelius verk 70 
Jean Sibelius, Verzeichnis seiner 

Werke 57 
Jean Sibelius, Werke und 

Auffiihrungen 57 
Jedermann x 

Johdantovuorolauluja 18, 23 
Johnson och opus 107 79 
Johnsonin Sibelius-elamakerta 

saa erittain hyvet arvostelut 
Usa:ssa 79 
Johnsonin Sibelius-kuva 78 
Jokamies x 
Jonah's voyage 22 
Jone havsfard 22 



Joonaan meriretki 22 

Jordenssdng 16 

Joueur de harpe . 5 

Joulunkellot 52 

Joulutunnelma 24 

Joutsenet 28,53 

Joutsenlaulu 50 

Joy and Sorrow 49 

Jubal6 

Juhannus 50 

Juhlakirja Erik Tawaststjemalle 

10.X.1976 60 
Juhlamarssi 22 
Juhlavirsia hynrineja joululauluja 

3 
Julkaisemattomia Jean 

Sibeliuksen kamarimusiikki 
teoksia 63 
Julvisa 1 

Jungfrun i tomet ix, 47 
Kainuun kuvia 39, 41, 53 
Kaiutar 12 
Kalevala 2, 5, 9, 12, 18, 21, 66, 

71,98 
Kalevala Suite 51 
Kalevala, the land of heroes 67 
Kansakoulaisten marssi 22 
Kansakoulun lauluja 22 
Kansanvalistusseuran 

nuottivarasto 2, 3, 25 
Kansanvalistusseuran 

Torvipartituureja 11 24 
Kantaatti tohtorin- ja maisterin- 

vihkijaisissa 31 paivana 

toukokuuta 1894 22 
Kantat till ord av W. von Konow 

22 
Kanteletar 2, 23, 67 
Karelia Overture 1, 28, 31, 32 
Karelia Suite 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 

34, 38, 44, 45, 47, 74 
Karelia Suite. Excerpts 28 
Karelia, suite for orchestra 1 
Karhunpyynti 54 
Karjalan osa 22 

Kasikir joituksia, manuskript 64 
Kavaljeren 22 
Kehtolaulu 22 

Kellosavel Kallion kirkossa 11 
Kertomus Saynatsalon 20 
Kesaillalla 51 
Kesaisia kuvia 50 
Kevatlaulu 2 
Khowantchina 31, 53 



Kiinan muuri 43, 46, 49 

Kijekyyhkynen 54 

King Kristian II Suite 28, 31, 

32, 44, 74 
King Kristian 11 Suite. Excerpts 

32 
Kissanpoika 51 
Kleine Musikerbiographien 62 
Kleiner Walzer 17 
Komnuhit,d6d 10,48 
Komm herbei. Tod 10 
KorpoTrio x 
Kortfattade lefnadsteckningar 

om framstlende tonsattare 62 
Koskenlaskijan morsiamet 

x,5,48 
Kotikaipaus 22 
Kotinpaluu 51 
Kreisvittaren muotokuva on 

haamu Sibeliuksen teoksen 
vaiheita 76 
Kristillisissa nuorisojuhlissa 

18, 23 
Kuin virta vuolas 3 
Kuka on Symposiumin neljas 

mies? 60,77 
Kullervo ix, 1, 27, 39, 40, 61, 

68, 72-73, 76 
Kullervon sotaanlato 69 
Kullervon valitus 1 
Kullervos klagan 47 
Kullervo's lament ix 
Kuolema 8 

Kuolema. Excerpts 35, 36, 40 
Kuolutie 23 
Kurkikohtaus 8 
Kuutamolla 23 
Kvamhjulet 1 
Kyllikki 8 
Kyssen 12 
Kyssens hopp 2 
Laetare anima mea 13 
Landscape 19 

Ldngsamt kom kvallsskyn 10, 40 
Ldngsamt som kvallsskyn 38 
Lasse liten 6 
Lastu lainehilla 2, 46 
L3t OSS ta vara pA Sibelianan 

60,76 
Laula, laula veitosen 54 
Laulu Lemminkaiselle 5 
Laulu-Miehet III 24 
Laulu-Miesten, Lauluja II 18 
Laulu-Miesten, Lauluja III 18 



Cumulative title index 



Lauluja sekakoorille, 1897 vuoden 

promotiooni 3 
Laulujapoika I-II 22 
Uululle 51 

Langtan heter min arvedel 14 
LeCoqd'Or 53 
Lemminkainen 

(Merikanto) 52 

(Sibelius) 3, 28, 29, 30, 31, 36, 
38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45 48, 70, 
73-74, TJ 
Lemminkainen and the maidens 

of the island 70 
Lemminkainen ja saaren neidot 3 
Lemminkainen palaa 

kotitienoille 3 
Lemminkainen Suite 29 
Lemminkainen Suite. Excerpts 

29,48 
Lemminkainen Tuonelassa 3 
Lemminkainen's Homecoming 

27, 30, 31, 38, 39, 41, 42, 45 
Len\minkainen's Homeward 

Journey 30,40,44 
Lemminkainen's Return 28, 30, 32, 

36,38 
Lemminkais-sarjan 

tunnelmatausta 76 
Lenzgesang 9 

Les trois soeurs aveugles 8, 46 
Levonin tytoille 22, 23 
Liebeslieder-Walzer 29, 49 
Ued 17 

Lieder eines Zigeuners 21 
Life 54 
Ukhet 23 

Lincoln Portrait 38,49 
Linnaea 13 
List of works... Sibelius and his 

compositions 58 
Little Suite for Orchestra 

43, 46, 54 
Little Suite for String Orchestra 

29, 40, 53 
Love Song 11,41 
Lovisa Trio x-xi 
Ludfer 23, 24, 25 
Luettelo Jean Sibelius ja hanen 

teoksiaan kasittelevasta 
kirjallisuudesta 58 
Lumikorpien yo 51 
Luonnotar viii, 12, 34, 41, 48, 72 
Lush, post-Brahmsian Sibelius 

and a bracing Third 71 



Maamme 53 

Maan virsi 16 

Maassa marjani makavi 51 

Mai 10 

Maj 10 

Malinconia xi, 3 

Mandolinato 23 

March from Karelia Suite 28, 44 

March from Le Coq d'Or 28, 44, 53 

March from The Trojans at 

Carthage 28,44 
Marche militaire 35, 54 
Mare ja hanen p)oikansa 28 
Marsch der finnlandischen 

Jager 15 
Marssnon 6 

Masonic ritual music 19 
Masonic songs vii 
Mazurka 5, 14 
Madchen kam vom Stelldichein 

7 
Man frin slatten och havet 11 
Me nuoriso Suomen 3 
Men mid fdgel 6 
Menuetto 4, 7, 14, 23 
Mephisto Waltz 45, 52 
Merta pain 14 
Metsamien laulu 2 
Melodie 16 

Melody, is it dated? 73 
Midsummer 50 
Miesaanisia lauluja 3, 25 
Miesaanisten laulukuntien 

ohjelmistoa 3 
Milwaukee Symphony, Sibelius 

"Kullervo" 73 
Min rastas raataa 23 
Miniature essays 59 
Minun kultani 21 
Mitteilungen d. Musikalienhand- 

lung Breitkopf & Hartel 57 
Moment de valse viii, 17 
Montapa elon merella 3 
Morceau romantique 24 
Morgonen 15 
Morning Mist 20 
Mr. Johnson, musiikki ja 

Sibelius 78 
Mr Johnson salapoliisina 79 
Muntra Musikanter 2 
Musette 4,32 
Music ho! 73 
Music of Jean Sibelius and David 

Ott 70 



Music of the Masters 56 
Music of the western world 78 
Musica Fennica, an outline of 

music in Finland 61 
Musica per archi 43, 46, 54 
Musiikkia aanilevyilla 27 
Musiikkitieto 61 
Musik zu einer Sc&ne 8 
Musique religieuse 19 
Muunnelmia suomalaisesta 

kansanlaulusta 46, 50 
Muutolinnut 51 
My love sleeps under earth 51 
Myrsky 52 
Nacken 10 
Nar jag drommer 10 
Nar Jean Sibelius erholl 

statsstipendium 56 
Nar ronnen blommar 12 
Narciss 23,48 
Nature boy at 90 75 
Natus in curas 3 
Ne pitkan matkan kulkijat 18 
Night Ride and Sunrise 27, 30, 

31,38,39,41,42,45 
Nocturne 

(Krohn) 51 

(Sibelius) 4 
Norden 15 
Nordic Music Archives, 

Scores 69 

Sovmd recordings 69 
Noman 1 

Northern Images 53 
Norwegian Dances 29, 35, 50 
Not a penny 75 
Not Beethoven's successor 79 
Nouse, ole kirkas 52 
Nouvelette 16 
Novellette 47 
Nu stdr Jul vid snoig port 1 
Nu sdr kommer julen 1 
Nuori Sibelius 61, 76 
Nuorisosekakuorolauluja 3 
Nymphs of the Ocean 12 
O wert thou here 38 
Oak Tree 44 
(Dceanides 12, 27, 30, 31, 38, 39, 

41, 45, 72 
Och finns det en tanke? 14 
Och nar som jag var en liten 

sin^drang 10 
Oeillet 14 
OhiCaroh 21,23 



89 



Cumulative title index 



Oi, kallis Suomenmaa 51 

Oi kallis Suomi, aiti verraton 3 

Oi lempi, sum valtas aareton on 3 

Oi muistatko viela sen virren 52 

Oi toivo, toivo sa lietomieli 3 

Oldlnka 53 

Om Jean Sibelius. Tva artiklar 56 

Omamaa 16 

Omvardering av Sibelius 78 

On a Balcony by the Sea 46 

On hanget korkeat 1 

On the Shore 50 

Onnelinnen aamu 53 

Onpa tietty tietyssani 51 

OrdochBild 58 

Orions balte 12 

Ote Kullervo-sinfoniasta 1 

Otryckta kammarmusikverk av 
Jean Sibelius 63 

Our new music 71 

Ouverture, see Overture 

Ovation to Sibelius 69 

Overture in A minor 23, 70 

Overture in E major 23, 69 

Overture to The Trojans at 
Carthage 28,44 

pa berget 14 

PI verandan 7 

Pd verandan vid havet 48 

Paimenet 51 

Paiv' ei paase paistam ahan 20 

Palmusunnuntaina 18 

Pan 50 

Pan and Echo 9, 41 

Pan and Echo, Dance Inter- 
mezzo 39 

Part songs. Cantata for the Uni 
versity Ceremonies of 1897 3 

Passacaglia 1 and 11 50 

Pastorale for organ 52 

Patriotic march 22, 23 

Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 31,36,50 

Pelleas and Melisande 34 

Pelleas et Melisande Suite 
36, 39, 43, 44 

Pelleas und Melisande 8 

Pensee melodique 7 

Pensees lyrique for piano 7 

Personalities 74 

Personent hodie 51 

Petite marche 17 

Petite serenade 7 

Photographs of Jean Sibelius 69 

Piae Cantiones 51 



Pi&ce enfantine 13 
Pi&ce humoristique viii, 17 
Pi&ce romantique 23 
Pirtissani pimenee 50 
Pohjohla's Daughter 27, 28, 30, 

31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 
42, 45, 48 
Pohjola's Tochter 9 
Pohjolan tytar 9 
Polonaise 7 
Porilaisten marssi 50 
Portrait of Sibelius at Jarvenpaa 

74 
Portrattema 21, 23 
Prague Symphony 43 
Prayer for peace 49 
Prelude 51 
Prelude to The Tempest 27, 30, 31, 

38, 39, 41, 42, 48 
Preludio sinfonico 28 
Preludium 24 
Press Celebrations 4, 24 
Pressens dagar, 1899 24 
Prinsessa Rusuimen 28, 52 
Printemps 45,49 
Programs 70 
Purjein kuutamolla 51 
Pyhainpaivana 18 
Quamhjulet 10 
Quartet in D minor 39, 43 
Quartet in G minor 40, 50 
Rakastava 2, 29, 31, 34, 35, 40, 

61, 67, 70 
Rannala istuja 50 
Rassegna musicale curci 61 
Reconnaissance 5 
Religioso 13 
Reverie 5, 10 
Review articles 77-79 
Rigaudon 13 
Rippling Water 54 
Robert Kajanus, hanen elamansa 

toimintanswa 64 
Romance 1, 17 
Romance in A major 4 
Romance in C major 8, 27, 28, 29, 

30, 31, 34, 35, 36, 39 
Romance in D flat major 4 
Romance in D minor 4 
Romance in F major 13 
Romans 10 
Romantic music, a concise history 

from Schubert to Sibelius 75 
Romanze 10 



Romanzetta 13 

Romeo 10,46 

Rondeau romantique 19 

Rondino 11, 14 

Rondo, viola and piano xi, 24, 70 

Rondoletto 7 

Rosenlied 9 

Rotary's mid-century 74 

Rukouspaivana 18 

Runonsynty 98 

Runosavelmien naytteita 21 

Saarella palaa 2 

Saaristolaispolska 53 

Saf, saf, susa 33, 46 

Sailing by Moonlight 51 

Sammuva sainio maan 3 

Sandels 5, 68 

Sanfter Westwind 12 

SIngarlon 14 

Sdngen om korsspindeln 4, 48 

Savelettaren liite 1 

Savelisto VII 24 

Scandinavia: Sibelius and 

Nielsen 74 
Scandinavian music, Finland and 

Sweden 58 
Scfene 4 

Scene de ballet 69 
Sc&nededanse 19 
Sc^ne lyrique 17 
Sc&ne romantique 17 
Scene with Cranes 8, 27, 39, 40 
Scenes historiques x, 71 
Scenes historiques I 4, 28, 29, 

31,37 
Sc&nes historiques I. Excerpts 31 
Sc&nes historiques II 11,39 
Sc&nes historiques II. Excerpts 41 
Scherzando 7 
Scherzino 10 
Scherzo from Souvenir d'un lieu 

cher 37,54 
Schneefrid 5 
Scout March 15 
Segelfahrt 24, 47 
Sehnsucht 9 
Seitseman veljesta 54 
Sekaaanisia lauluja 2, 3, 21, 22 
Sen har jag ej frSgat mera 2, 48 
Serenade 4, , 14, 48 
Serenade melancolique 37, 42, 

43,54 
Seven songs 2 
Shakespeare's Twelfth Night 10 



90 



Cumulative title index 



Sibeliana 64 

Sibeliuksen Lemminkais-sarja 

60,76 
Sibeliuksen pianosavellykset, ja 

muita esseita 65 
Sibeliuksen seitsemas sinfonica ja 

"Fantasia sinfonica" 60, 76 
Sibeliuksen teosluettelosta ja 

teosten opusnumeroinnista 60 
Sibelius 

(Cardus) 71 

(Copland) 71 

(Ewen) 72 

(Gray) ix, 58 

(Johnson) 59,77-78 

(Layton) 60 

(Oxford Companion) 75 

(Tawaststjema) 65 
Sibelius, a close-up 66 
Sibelius, a symposium 56 
Sibelius and Finland book of 

memorabilia 60, 76-78 
Sibelius and his world 74 
Sibelius and Nielsen 74 
Sibelius and Sargent in Helsinki 

73 
Sibelius and the development of 

Finnish music 58 
Sibelius and the Finnish 

landscape 58 
Sibelius and the music of 

Finland 58 
Sibelius and the tide of taste 75 
Sibelius and the twentieth 

century 78 
Sibelius at 83 74 
Sibelius at ninety vii, 74 
Sibelius, close-up ofg a genius 75 
Sibelius' eight symphony 58, 65 
Sibelius faces the music 78 
Sibelius fans, take note 73 
Sibelius fjarde symfoni - en 

strlkkvartett? 60, 77 
Sibelius' forgotten masterpiece 

(Kullervo) ix, 76 
Sibelius, i narbild och samtal 66 
Sibelius i varddgslag 78 
Sibelius in America 73 
Sibelius in perspective 73 
Sibelius ja hanen arvostelijansa 

79 
Sibelius ja ohjelmamusiikki 60 
Sibelius, like Elgar, had his 

Enigmas 78 



Sibelius Museum 70 
Sibelius myths broken 77 
Sibelius Nr. I & Nr. II, Tidning 

forMusik 65 
Sibelius och Bartok 78 
Sibelius och Kajanus som 

konkurrenter 56 
Sibelius offer for Mytema 78 
Sibelius omvarderad 78 
Sibelius' Rakastava 61 
Sibelius' seven symphonies, a 

critic's view of recordings 72 
Sibelius 75th anniversary album 

48 
Sibelius - Songs, Melodies, Lieder 

47,48 
Sibelius symfonier, en studie i 

musikforstlelse 62 
Sibelius: symphonies, symphonic 

poems, violin concerto. Voces 
intimae 63 
Sibelius, symphonist 74 
Sibelius, the symphonies 58 
Sibelius the symphonist 57 
Sibelius today 71 
Sibelius today and tomorrow 72 
Sibelius utan myt 78 
Sibelius utan piedestal 78 
Sibelius without "Society" 73 
Sibelius-kritik 78 
Sibelius-kultti arvostelun 

kohteena 79 
Sibelius-viikon satoa 76 
Siegfried Idyll 44, 54 
Sieir on kauan jo kukkuneet 

omenapuut 51 
Sigh, Rushes, Sigh 46 
Sigh, Sedges, Sigh 33, 46 
Sikamainen jenkki 78 
Siltavahti 24 
Simon Rattle and the seriousness 

of Sibelius 73 
Since Then 1 Have Asked No 

Further 46 
Sing, My Brothers 54 
Sins of my old age ix 
Sippan 15 

Six Bagatelles for piano 17 
Six impromptus for piano 1 
Six part songs 2 
Six pieces for piano 16 
Six pieces for violin and piano 

14,47 
Six songs 6, 9, 12, 14, 15, 33 



Sma flickoma 24, 48 

Snellman's Fest Cantata 9 

Snofrid 5 

Sofin! 2 

Soi kiitokseksi Luojan 3 

Soliseva vesi 54 

Soluppging 6,48 

Some recollections of the visit of 

Sibelius to America in 1914 69 
Sommamatten 15 
Sommerlied 10 
Sonat for violin med piano 70 
Sonata in A major, for violin and 

piano 37,49 
Sonata in F major for piano 1 
Sonatina in E for violin and 

piano 14, 47 
Sonatine for piano 49 
Sonatine in B major 52 
Sonatine no. 2 for piano 51 
Song of My Heart 46 
Song for the people of Usimaa 25 
Song in the forest 19 
Song of the Goths 49 
Song recital 46 
Songs 46 
Sonnet 16 
Sorg och gladje 49 
Sortunut aani 2 

Souda, souda, sinisora 46, 47, 48 
Souvenir viii, 5, 14, 17 
Souvenir d'un lieu cher 37, 54 
Spagnuolo 24 
Spirit of Nature viii, 12 
Spring Hies Fast 46 
Spring song viii 
Spring vision 19 
Standchen 10 

String Quartet in E minor 40, 49 
Studies in symphonic analysis 62 
Suite caracteristique 17 
Suite champetre 17 
Suite mignonne 17,43,46 
Suite of songs by Katri Vala 51 
Summer Evening 51 
Summer Scenes 50 
Suomalainen rapsodia 39, 41, 52 
Suomalais-Englantilainen 

sanakirja 68 
Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden 

Seura 66 
Suomen evankelis-luterilaisen 

Messusavelmat 18 
Suomen laulu 53 



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Suomen musiikin kuva 64 
Suomen Musiikin Vuosikirja 63,64 
Suomen Musiikkilehti 21, 22, 25 
Suomen Musiikkuin Vuosikirja 59 
Suomi's Song 53 
Suomi-Finland USA 60 
Suur' olet, Herra 24 
Svarta rosor 6, 33, 46 
Svensk-engelsk ordbok 66 
Svenska Folkskolaus Vanner 20 
Sveriges dramatiska iitteratur 67 
Swan of Tuonela 29 
Swan Song 50 
Swanwhite Suite 27, 39, 40 
Swedish Rhapsody 31,36,49 
Sydamenlaulu 3 
Sydameni laulu 2, 68 
Sydamestani rakastan 21 
Symphonies I-VII 46 
Symphony No. I 

(Shostakovitch) 42, 54 

(Sibelius) 7, 28, 33, 34, 41, 
71,74 
Symphony no. II 

(Madetoja) 41,52 

(Sibelius) xi, 8, 28, 33, 34, 38, 
48,71 
Symphony No. Ill 9, 39, 43, 44 
Symphony No. IV viii, xi, 11, 30, 

38,40,42,41,44,45,48,72 
Symphony No. V 

(Rubbra) 54 

(Sibelius) viii, 14, 28, 32, 39, 40, 
42, 43, 44, 48 
Symphony No. VI 17,36,39,42, 

43,44 
Symphony No. VII vii, 17, 28, 29, 

41,42,43,44 
Symphony No. 38 (Prague) 53 
Symposion 60, 69, 76-77 
Taa saarien paiva painuu 51 
Taj Mahal 52 
Tanz-Idylle 14 
Tanz-Intermezzo 8 
Tapiola vii-viii, xi, 18, 27, 28, 

30,31,37,38,39,41,42,45 
Tapiola. Sinfoninen runo Tapiola 

Sibeliuksen myohaistyylin 

edustajana 63 
Tempo di menuetto 10, 14 
Ten bagatelles for piano 5 
Ten composers 71 
Ten pieces for piano 4, 10 
Teodora 6 



Tervekuu 2 

Thamos 31,53 

That potent Koussevitzky- 

Sibelius magic 72 
The Apple-Trees 51 
The Bard 11, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 38, 

39, 41, 42, 45, 48 
The Bear Hunt 54 
The birth of the rune 98 
The Chase 11,41 
The composer biography series 61 
The Diamond on the March Snow 

46 
The Dryad 8 
The finest Sibelius Fifth, 

Leonard Bernstein's 72 
The Ferryman's Bride 5 
The fiddler 17 
The first American recording of 

Luonnatar 72 
The First Kiss 46 
The fourth symphony and 

Oceanides on LP 72 
The Graves 52 
The Great Wall of China 49 
The greatest monument to 

Sibelius vii, ix-x, 60, 76 
The indomitable Finn 71 
The international cyclopedia of 

music and musicians 57 
The Jean Sibelius manuscripts at 

Helsinki University Library 
x,60 
The Kalevala 67 
The Kitten 51 

The language of the birds 67 
The Last Sleep of the Virgin 

28, 44, 52 
The Last Spring 50 
The Listener vii 
The lives of the great composers 

75 
The maestro myth 73 
The Maiden in the Tower ix, 47 
The Maiden Returned From Her 

Tryst 46 
The master musicians 60 
The mill wheel 10 
The most completely convincing 

account of the Second? 72 
The music criticism of Richard 

Aldrich 76 
The music of Finland 62 
The music of Jean Sibelius 59 



The music of Sibelius 56 
The music room: Jean Sibelius 75 
The myth of Sibelius 79 
The New Grove Dictionary of 

Music and Musicians 61 
The 'nationahsm' of Sibelius 74 
The New Grove turn of the 

century masters 61 
The oarsman 17 
The (Dceanides 12,36,41,44 
The Orchestral Songs of Jean 

Sibelius 48 
The Origin of Fire 32 
The other music of Jean Sibelius 

vii, 75 
The Oxford comparuon to music 75 
The pianoforte compositions of 

Sibelius x, 65 
The preservation and restoration 

of soimd recordings 26 
The Problem 69 

The Rapids-Rider's Brides x, 48 
The Recordings 27 
The Return of Lemminkainen 

29, 37, 48 
The riddle of Sibelius 78 
The riddle of Sibelius' Eighth 79 
The River 53 
The Seven Brothers 54 
The Seven of Sibelius 75 
The Shepherds 51 
The Sibelius symphonies by 

Watanabe: superlative 72 
The Sleeping Beauty 52 
The songs of Sibelius, discs and 

tapes reviewed 73 
The Spider 51 
The Storm 

(Marvia) 52 

(Sibelius) 17 
The student's music library 56 
The Sun Sinks Behind the Islands 

51 
The Swan of Tuonela 27, 28, 29, 

30-32, 34-39, 41, 42, 45, 48 
The Swans 53 
The symphonies of Sibelius, a 

study in musical appreciation 
62 
The tales of Ensign Stil 67 
The Tempest 30,35,40,44 
The Tempest. Excerpts 44 
The Tempest Suite 32 
The tone poems of Sibelius 30 



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The Trojans at Carthage 49 
The village church 17 
The wrorks of Jean Sibelius 

(Dahlstrom) x, 20, 57 

(Solantera) 64 
The world of Sibelius in pictorial 

perspective 74 
The world song, of the World 

Association of Girl Guides and 
Girl Scouts 15, 16 
Thirteen pieces for piano 13, 47 
Three Finnish songs 46, 50 
Three lyric pieces for piano 8 
Three pieces, piano or orchestra 

16 
Three pieces for violin and piano 

19 
Three sonatinas for piano 11 
Three songs for American 

children vii 
Three works for male voices 5 
Tiera 24 

Tiistaikonsertii 70 
TillFrigga 2,46 
Till havs 14 
Till minnet av Albert Edelfelt 

20,25 
Till Ther&se Hahl. 25 
Till trinaden 25 
To Song 51 
Ton och tolkning 65 
Tomet 15 

Trippole trappole 23, 25 
Trois soeurs aveugles 47 
Tulen synti 5, 32, 38, 67 
Tuonela 27 
Tuonelan joutsen 3 
Tuopa tytto, kaunis tytto 21 
Tuule, tuule lepf)eammin 3 
Tuuli tuudittele 3 
Tuutulaulu 53 
Tv3 singer vid piano 6 
Twentieth Century Finnish Piano 

Music 47 
Twentieth century music 74 
Twentieth century symphony 56 
Twilight 52 

Two Italian folk songs 23 
Two marches 1 5 
Two part-songs for male chorus a 

cappella 18 
Two part-songs for mixed chorus a 

cappella 1 1 
Two pieces for orchestra 8 



Two pieces for violin (or 

violoncello) and orchestra 13 
Two pieces for violin and piano 

1,47 
Two pieces from the Incidental 

music to Kuolerma 11 
Two rondinos for piano 11 
Two serenades 11 
Two songs 6 
Two songs for Shakespeare's 

Twelfth Night 10 
Tyokansan marssi 25, 60, 71 
Tyovaen kalenteri 25 
Ukko the Fire-maker 5 
Under singarfanen 3 
Under strandens granar 2 
Uno Cygnaeuksen muistolle 22, 25 
Unohdetto Sibelius 64 
Ute hors stormen 25 
Uusi Saveletar ix 
Uusia kotimaisia lauluja ja 

sovituksia 3, 20 
Uusmaalaisten laulu 21, 25 
Vainon virsi 18 
Valse 14 

Valse chevaleresque 16 
Valse in E major 4 
Valse lyrique viii, 16 
Valse romantique 1 1 
Valse triste viii, 8, 28, 29, 30, 31, 

32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 45, 48 
Valse, D flat major 5 
Valsette 7 
Valssi 25 
Valvoja 51 

Vanskapens blomma 10 
Vapaus 51 

Vapautettu kuningatar 9 
Var det en drom? 6 
Var Jean Sibelius ett 

nationalhelgon? 78 
Varen flyktar hastigt 46, 48 
Variations on a Finnish Folk 

Song 50 
VIren flyktar hastigt 2 
VIrfomimmelser 14 
V3rs3ng viii, 2 
Vartagen 10 
Vattenplask 10 
Veli hopea 70 
Velisurmaaja 21, 46 
Veljeni vierailla mailla 25 
Vem styrde hit din vag? 15 
Venematka 2 



Veneretki 50 

Vi ses igen 12 

Vibrancy, tension, plasticity 72 

Viipurin Laulu-Veikkojen 

kunniamarssi 25 
Viipurin Laulu=Veikot 25 
Viisi luonnosta 19 
Vilse 2 
Violin Concerto 

(Bruch) 37,49 

(Glazounov) 32,38,50 

(Sibelius) 29, 30, 31, 36, 37, 
39,45 
Virta 53 
Vitsippan 15 
Voces Intimae 9,39,40 
Voices from Finland 68, 98 
Was It a Dream? 7, 46 
Wedding Day at Troldhaugen 50 
Wedding March 67 
Wellenfliistern 10 
Werkverzeichnis Jean Sibelius 65 
Westerlundin Kuoro-ohjelmistio 

mieskuorolle 2, 5 
When that I was a little tiny 

boy 46 
With his baton he ruled 

Finland 73 
Woodsman 75 
Workers' march vii 
Works by Sibelius that aren't in 

the standard repertoire 74 
Yuletide bells 52 
Zigeunerweisen 42, 43, 54 
Zu der Musikbeigabe 71 



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Includes arrangers, artists, authors, compilers, composers, conductors, editors, ensembles, illustrators, 
institutions, journals and newspapers (in italics), orchestras, performers, persons of provenance, soloists, 
translators. Publishers' names are not listed. Most orchestra, ensemble, and choir names are listed in English, 
as they are given on most sound recordings. The English alphabet has been used throughout the index, not the 
Finnish-Swedish alphabet. 



A. L. 33 

AB Bookman's Weekly 75 

Abo Akademi 70 

Abraham, Gerald 56 

Ackart, Robert 73 

Aellig, Taina 59 

Affelder, Paul 37,40 

Aho, Juhani 25 

Akademiska S^ngforeningen 49 

Alberti, Luciano 71 

Aldrich, Richard 76 

Alfven,Hugo 31,36,49 

Altmann, Wilhelm 71 

Alvas,Juho 70 

Ambrosio, W. F. 17 

American Mercury 75 

Anderson, Marian 38,40,64 

Andersson, Otto x, 56, 58, 65, 70, 76 

Anosov, Nikolai 37 

Ansermet, Ernest 35,41,45,64 

Antti, 50-51 

Arnold, Elliott 56 

Arvosteltuja Kirkoja 78 

Ashkenazy, Vladimir 47 

Askeli, Henry 71 

Astrand, Hans 78 

Austrian Symphony Orchestra 52 

Ballantine, Christopher John 56 

Bang, Hermann 67 

Bantoch, Sir Granville 62 

Bantock, Raymond 59 

Barbirolli, Sir John 28, 30, 32-34, 

36, 38, 42, 44, 53 
Barker, John W. 71,79 
Barrett, David 68 
Bartok, Bela 78 
Baumann, Carl 71 
Bax, Arnold viii 

BBC Symphony Orchestra 33-5, 41 
Beckendorf, Sharon 70 
Becker, Albert viii 
Beecham, Sir Thomas 28, 30-31, 

33, 35-37, 40-41, 44-45, 48-49, 

52-53, 65, 73 
Bentley, Andrew 59 



Berglund, Paavo ix, 27, 39, 40, 56, 

71,74 
Bergman, Erik 49, 64 
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 

28, 30-31, 45-46, 50, 71-72 
Berlin Symphony Orchestra 71 
Berlioz, Hector 28,44,49 
Berman, Harvey 71 
Bernstein, Leonard 34, 37, 41, 72 
Bihnam, Philip 64 
Birmingham Post 78 
Birse, Edward 57 
Bjoerling, Jussi 33 
Bjorklund, Riitta 64 
Black, Frank 29 
Bloch,M.T. 12 
Block, Jonathan 70 
Blom, Eric 56 

Bloomfield, Theodore 32,42 
Blum, Fred 56-60,62-66 
Boisen, Harold 76-77 
Bonell, Carlos 47 
Bookspan, Martin 42-43 
Borenius, A. A. 21 
Borg, Kim ix, 46, 64 
Boruttau, Alfred Julius 7, 11-12 
Boston Symphony Orchestra 34, 

38, 42-43, 45, 48-49, 54, 71 
Boult, Sir Adrian 27, 30-31, 34, 

38-39, 41-42, 45 
Bournemouth Symphony 

Orchestra ix, 27, 39, 40, 71, 74 
Bradbury, Ernest 79 
Brahms, Johannes 29,37,49 
Braithwaite, Warwick ix 
Brant, LeRoy V. 71 
Bringerud, Catherine 70 
Bruch, Max 37, 49 
Budapest String Quartet 39-40, 50 
Budden,Roy 39 
Buffalo Philharmonic 29 
Buketov, Igor 70 
Burr, Charles 27-28, 35, 38, 40-42, 

44,45 
Burt, Julia A. 12-16 



Busse-Palma, Georg 21 
Butler, Henry 77 
Butler University Brass Choir 77 
Butler University Little 

Symphony 70 
Cajander, Paavo 21 
Calamnius, Ilmari 2 
Cardus, Neville 35,71 
Carlson, Bengt 49 
Carpela, Axel 7 
Cavinder, Fred D. 73 
Centennial Symphony 45, 52, 54 
Chausson, Ernest 37, 49 
Chemiavsky, David 56 
Chicago Symphony 29, 37 
Chipman, Abram 71 
Chissell, Joan 36, 43 
Cincinnati Symphony 32, 38, 50 
Claremont Quartet 40, 49 
Clark, Donna Lively 70 
Clarke, Henry Leland 78 
Cleveland Orchestra 42, 54 
Cockenpot, Francine 16 
Cole, Edward 29, 31, 34-35, 40 
Collins, Anthony 27-28, 30, 33-34, 

36, 38-40, 42-44 
Concert Goers' Club 62 
Cooper, Martin 69, 78 
Copland, Aaron 38, 49, 71 
Cosman, Milein 71 
Cronvall, Eevi 51 
Cronvall, Erik 50-52 
Culshaw,John 29,42 
Curtin, Phyllis 41 
Gushing, Edward 37,43 
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 37 
D.,K. 78 

D.P. 28,30,32,35-36,38 
Dagens Nyheter 78 
Dahlgren, Fredrik August 66 
Dahlstrom, Fabian iv, x, 1, 8, 

11-12,18,20-25,57,60,69 
Daily Telegraph 78 
Dale, Kathleen 46 
Danish National Orchestra 37 



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Danish State Radio Symphony 

Orchestra 28-29,42 
David's Helsingfors Orchestra 62 
Davis 71 
Davis, Colin 71 
De Courcy, Geraldine I. C. 63 
De Gorog, Lisa vii-viii, 57 
De Lerma, Dominique 57 
De Gorog, Ralph 57 
E)ebussy, Claude 45,49 
Dehmel, Richard 9 
Desmond, Astra 56 
Detroit Symphony 35 
Diether, Jack 71 
Doebber, Johannes 19 
Dormer, Philip 64 
Dorati, Antal 35 
Dorsey, Peggy 70 
Douglas, Melvyn 49 
Downes, Edward 34, 41 
Downes, Irene 72 
Downes, Olin 34, 57, 66, 69, 72 
Ebert, Harry 33 
Eckert, Thor, Jr. 72 
Edelfelt, Albert 20,24,67 
Eerola, Eero 25 

Ehrling, Sixten 9, 35, 37, 40, 42-43 
Eidus, Arnold 37,49 
Ekman, Karl viii, 15, 57 
Elgar, Edward 40, 49 
Enckell, Laura 64 
Englund, Einar 43,46,49 
Engstrom, Julius 11 
Erkko,J.H. 20,25 
Eteenpain 76 
Ewart, Gavin 16 
Ewen, David 72 
Expressen 78 
F.,G.S. 72 
Faure, Gabriel 38,49 
Ficke, Arthur Davison 72 
Finlandia Foundation News 77 
Finlandia Orchestra 28, 39, 41, 43, 

46, 50-54 
Finnish Music Quarterly 58, 65 
Finnish National Orchestra 43 
Finnish Radio Chorus 51 
Fistoulari, Anatole 29, 31, 35 
Fitger, A. 9 

Fjelstad, 0ivin 37,46,54 
Flackhaim, Elin 6 
Flagstad, Kirsten 46 
Flodin, Kart ix, 3 
Foldes, Lili 72 



Forslin, Alfhild 70 
Forsman/Koskimies 2,3 
Foss, Lukas 29,72 
Fougstedt, Nils-Eric 28, 43, 46, 

49-54, 70 
Francescatti, Zino 37, 49 
Franklin, James 70 
Franzen 15 
Freed, Richard 73 
Frelander, Ellen 58 
Frisch, Max 49 
Eroding, Gustav 6-7, 14 
Frojdman, Agnes 4,8 
Front, Theodore 61 
Furuhjelm, Erik ix, 58 
Gabriel, Andre 50 
Gabrielson, Arvid 66 
Gage, Irwin 47 

Gallen-Kallela, Akseli 69, 76 
Gandberg, Carl Rudolf 13 
Gartner, Hermann 11-12 
Gaul, Edvard 20 
Gebhard, Albert 16 
Gelatt, Roland 79 
Gibson, Alexander 28, 31-32, 41 
Gieseking, Walter 70 
Glass, Herbert 29-30, 36-37 
Glazounov, Alexander 32, 38, 50 
Goddard, Scott 37, 39, 44, 56, 78 
Goldman Band 8 
Goldsmith, Harris ix, 72 
Goltzer, Albert 30 
Goossens, Eugene 72 
Goossens, Walter 70 
Gorog, Lisa de, see De Gorog 
Goss, Glenda Dawn x, 60 
Goteborg Tidningen 78 
Gdteborg's Handels- och 

Sjdfartstidning "Liberal" 78 
Gothenburg Symphony x, 47-48 
Gothoni, Ralf 47 
Gould, Morton 30, 32, 36, 38 
Granahan, Lolita 56 
Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted 

Masons 19 
Grdube [?] Dagblad 78 
Graves, Norma Ryland 73 
Gray, Cecil ix, 48, 58 
Greene, Chaster C. 76 
Greif, Martin 12 
Griffiths, Paul 73 
Grieg, Edvard 29, 31-32, 35-36, 50 
Griller String Quartet 40 
Gripenberg, Bertel 6, 10, 14, 20, 23 



Groves, Sir Charles 29 

Grundy, J. B. C. 67 

Guillamore, Reid 33, 38, 42 

Guiraud 54 

Giinther, Felix 52 

Gustafsson, Fridolf 3 

Haapalainen, Vaino 33, 38, 50 

Haapanen, Toiyo 58, 73 

Hagberg 10 

Haggander, Mari Anne 48 

Hahl, Therese 20, 24 

Hahnel, Folke 78 

Hakli, Esko 60 

Hall, David 35, 73 

Hall, Wendy 58 

Halle Orchestra 28, 30, 32-33, 36, 

38, 42, 44, 53 
Hdmeen Sanomat 77 
Hameenlinna City Council 61 
Hanlin, Christopher 26, 27, 69 
Hanna, Marjorie Lange 70 
Hannikainen, Ilmari 50, 58 
Hannikainen, P. J. 21,25 
Hannikainen, Tauno 29,35 37,45,72 
Hannikainen, Vaino 46 
Hanson, Howard 73 
Harlock, Walter Ernest 66 
Harper, Herbert 10 
Hart, Kingsley A. 64 
Hartog, Howard 73 
Harty, Sir Hamilton 35, 54 
Hastings, Morris 30, 37 
Havu, Ilmari 66 
Hayman, Helmi 4 
Heck, Thomas F. 69 
Hedberg, Carol 79 
Hedberg, Tor 6 
HedeFoto 69 
Heifetz, Jascha 37, 49 
Heimola, Nilo 50 
Heinio, Mikko 59 
Heinitz, Thomas 73 
Helasvuo, Veikko 58,64,66 
Helsingfors Orchestra 62 
Helsingin Kaupunginorkesteri 70 
Helsingin Laulu 51, 54 
Helsingin Sanomat 60, 76-77, 79 
Helsingin Tyovaen Naiskuoro 53 
Helsinki Philharmonic Society ix 
Helsinki University Chorus 

27,32,46,50-51,53-54 
Hemmer, Jarl 16 
Hemming, Aarre 58, 76 
Hendl, Walter 37 



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Henning, Franz 8 
Herbage, Julian 69 
Hermann, Friedrich 49 
High Fidelity Magazine 71, 73, 75 
HiU, Ralph 56 
Hiltunen, Eila vii, 70, 74 
Him,Yrj6 67 
Hodgson, Antony 58 
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von x 
Hollingsworth, John 34 
Holmstidning 78 
House Beautiful 75 
Hufvudstadsbladet 56,60,76-77,79 
Hummel, Frederick 37 
Hungarian State Symphony 74 
Hussey, Dineley 73 
Huttunen, Jorma 50,70 
Hyrminen, Jorma 47-48 
Dconen, Lauri 50 
Illberg, Ingeborg 4 
Indianapolis Children's Choir 

xi, 70 
Indianapolis News 76 
Indianapolis Star 73 
Indianapolis Times 77 
Institute of Musicology at Abo 

Academy 70 
Ipoiyi 39 
J.,L.B. 73 

Jackson, John Hampden 66 
Jacobson, Bernard 29,40 
Jalas, Jussi x, 28, 41-42, 52-53, 

59, 66, 74 
James, Burnett vii-ix, xi, 59 
Janacec, Leos 61 
Japan Philharmonic Symphony 

Orchestra 46,75 
Jamefelt, Arvid 8 
Jarvi, Neeme x, 47 
Jensen, Thomas 28-29,37 
Johanson, Sven-Eric 78 
Johansson, Bjom 78 
Johnson, Harold E. iii-iv, vii, 

ix-x, 1, 8, 20, 22-23, 25-27, 56, 

57-69, 76-79 
Johnson, Thor 32, 35, 38, 50 
Jonsson, Josef 78 
Jordan Ballet 70, 77 
Josephson, Ernst 6, 10 
Joukahainen, Wilkku 1 
journal of Research in Music 

Education 78 
Julin, Jacob de 23 
Juon, Paul 8 



Kajanus, Robert 28, 33-34, 39, 50, 

56, 64, 69 
Kallio 16 
Kamu, Okko 72, 74 
Kappila, Teuvo 70 
Karajan, Herbert von 32, 41^5, 71 
Karhilo, Liisa 47 
Karisto, Arvi A. 24 
Karjalainen, Ahti 50 
Karlfelt, Erik Axel 14, 21-22 
Karttunen, Antero 60 
Kaski, Heino 51 
Kemochan, Marshall 19 
Ketonen, Oiva 78 
Kilpelainen, Kari x, 18, 24, 60, 70 
Kilpinen, Margaret 51 
Kilpinen, Yrjo 33,38,51 
Kingsley A. Hart 61-62 
Kirby,W. F. 67 
Kirjallissutta 78 
Kivi, Aleksis 2,54,68 
Kivimaa, Arvi 74 
Kivimies, Yrjo 59 
Klami, Uuno 51 
Klemetti, Heikki 5, 11, 51 
Klemming, Gustaf Edvard 67 
Kletzki, Paul 33-34,39 
Knape, Ernst V. 11 
Knudsen, Paul 12 
Kokkonen, Joonas 64, 66, 78 
Kolodin, Irving 43, 73 
Konow, Walter von 22 
Kord 71 

Koskenniemi 23 

Koskimies,see Forsman/Koskimies 
Koskimies, Pentti 51-52 
Koskinen, Antti 54 
Kosonen, Eero 53 
Kostia, Raili 27 
Koussevitzky, Serge 34, 38, 42-43, 

45, 48-49, 54, 72 
Kramer, Fanny von 6 
Krause, Tom 47 
Krehbiel, Henry E. 69 
Krohn, Aune 4, 6 
Krohn, Felix 51 
Krohn, Ilmari 51,60,76 
Kurjensaari, Matti 61 
Kurkiala, Elisabeth 16 
Kuula, Toivo 51 
Kuusisto, Taneli 51-52 
Kuusoja, Maiju 51-52,70 
Kvdlls-Posten 78 
Lambert, Constant 73 



Lang, Paul Henry 73 

LSngholm-Bergman, Sylvelin 49 

Larin-Kyosti 12, 18 

L'Art Vivant 73 

Lawrence, Robert 73 

Layton, Robert 27, 39, 4041, 43, 

60-61, 65, 69, 74 
Leander, E. 3 
Lebrecht, Nonnan 73 
Leek, Heniy 70 
Leckrone, Michael 61 
Leino, Eino 16,22 
Leitner, F. 46,50 
Leiviska, Helvi 52 
Leningrad Philharmonic 34, 36, 39 
Lerche,Nils 43,46,52 
Leimg, Raymond 70 
Levas, San ten 61, 76 
Levertin, Oscar 2 
Levon, Eino 22 
Liederbach, Elizabeth 70 
Lincoln, Stoddard 73 
Lind,Bo 78 

Lindermuth, J. R. 72-73 
Lindqvist, Rafael 16 
Linko, Ernst 52-53 
Linko, Liisa 53 
Linnala, Eero 79 
Linnala, Eino 2, 39, 41, 52-53 
Liszt, Franz 45, 52 
Litschauer, Franz 29, 35, 50 
Lloyd, Ernest 61 
Lockerbie String Quartet xi, 70 
London Philharmonic Orchestra 

30,35,37,40,44,48,54 
London Proms Symphony 32, 36, 50 
London Symphony Orchestra 

29, 31, 33-40, 42-46, 54 
London Times 78 
Long, Stephen 69 
Lonnbohm, Kasimir 22 
Lonnroth, Elias 67 
Look 74 

Lorenz, Giinter 30 
Lounela, Pekka 78 
Lundsten, P.J. 70 
Lybeck, Mikael 14 
Lyle, Watson 74 
Lyons, James 28, 30-31, 35, 37, 40, 

42-43, 45-46 
"mivi" or M~i V— i 76 
Maasalo, Armas 52 
Maazel, Lorin 28, 33, 35, 39, 41, 

43,45,72 



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Mackerras, Charles 32, 36, 50 

Madetoja, Leevi 52 

Maeterlinck, Maurice 8 

Magoun, Francis Peabody 67 

Mahler, Gustav 61 

Maine, Basil 74 

Makinen, Eino 61 

Makinen, Timo 61,64 

Mann,Thor 33,38-40,44 

Marriner, Neville 37 

Martling, Lars Gunnar 78 

Marvia, Einari 52 

Mason, Phyllis 35 

Massenet, Jules 44,52 

Massy, Hugh 33 

Mazour, Anatole Gregory 67 

McWilliams, Jerry 26 

Melartin, Erkki 3, 28, 52 

Mellers, Wilfrid vii, 74 

Merikanto, Aarre 52 

Merikanto, Oskar 52,77 

Meyer, Alfred H. 74 

Mikkila, Timo 51 

Milwaukee Symphony 73 

Mittman 49 

Molinari, Guido 61 

Monteux,Pierre 35 

Morgan, Robert P. 74 

Mormon Tabernacle Choir 31 

Moscow Radio Symphony 37, 43 

Mozart, Wolfgang A. 31, 43, 52 

Mueller, John H. 56 

Music Library Association 70 

Musical Art Quartet 49 

Musical Quarterly 71 

Musical Times 78 

Musikrevy 71 

Mussorgsky, Modest 53 

NBC String Symphony 29 

NBC Symphony Orchestra 34, 38 

Nelson, David 32,38 

Nevanlinna, Rolf 79 

New York Philharmonic 

34-35, 37, 41, 49 
New York Times Book Review 76 
New York Times Magazine 74 
Newman, Bill 29 
Newman, Ernest 45, 57 
Newmarch, Rosa H. J. 62 
News Bulletin 60 
Newsweek 74 
Nielsen, Carl 2, 9, 40, 53, 74 
Niemann, Gustav 62 
Niemann, Walter 62, 74 



Niemela, Tii 51, 52 
Nopsanen, Aame 64 
Nopsanen, Aulis 58 
NordundSud 9,71 
Nordic Music Archive at Ohio 

State University 69 
Nordische Rundschau 74 
Nordman, Torkel 21 
Norio, Reijo 20 
Nerrkepings Tider 78 
Nortamo, Hjalmar 22 
Nummi, Seppo 61, 79 
Nurminen, A. 22 
Nurmio, Heikko 15 
Ny Tid 78 
Nya Pressen 60, 77 
Nyblom, C. G. 62 
O'Connell, Charles 32, 35-36 
Offoel,J-d' 7 
Ohio State University 

Music/Dance Library 69 
Ohquist, Johannes 24 
Oistrakh, David 37, 43 
Oja, Marja 50,54 
Oksanen, A. 5 
Oramo, Ilkka 60 
Orchestra Society of Vienna 37 
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande 

35,41,45 
Orell, Sune 68, 76 
Ormandy, Eugene 27, 29-31, 33, 35- 

38, 40-42, 44-45, 48-50, 53, 64-65 
Osborne, Richard A. iv, 69 
Ostergotlands Fackbl. 78 
Ott, David 70 
Ovation 72-73 
Oy. Yleisradio Ab 77 
Pacius, Frederik 53 
Page, Tim 74 
Piiivan Sanomat 79 
Palmgren, Selim 21, 33, 38, 53 
Panula, Jorma 48 
Paray, Paul 35 

Parmet, Simon 62, 64, 66, 68, 76 
Paul, Adolf Georg 67 
Pederson, A., Jr. 77 
Pesola, Vaino 53 
Pesonen, Olavi 53,79 
Pesonen, Urpo 53 
Peter, H. A. 78 
Petersson, Erik 78 
Philadelphia Orchestra 27,29-31, 

33, 35-38, 4042, 44-45, 48-50, 53 
Philadelphia Symphony 53 



Philharmonia Orchestra 32-34, 

39, 41-43, 45 
Philharmonic Promenade 

Orchestra of London 27,30-31, 

38-39, 41^2, 45 
Philharmonic Society 8 
Philharmonic-Symphony 

Orchestra of New York 33-34, 

40, 44, 54, 57 
Pike, Lionel 62 
Piltti, Lea 51 
Pirsch, Georges A. 62 
Porter, Andrew 32-34,42-43 
Prague Symphony Orchestra 3036 
Pretre, George 35 
Previn 71 
Price, Lucien 74 
Procope, Hjalmar 24 
Puccini, Giacomo 73 
Purcell [music critic] 74 
Pylkkanen, Tauno 28, 53 
R.R.R. 14 
Raab, Bernard 37 
Radio Female Chorus 52 
Radio Symphony Orchestra 

Helsinki 70,74 
Raitio, Jeanne 52 
Raitio, Vaino 28, 53 
Ranta, Sulho 39, 41, 53, 74 
Rapola, Martti 77 
Rapola, Sirkka 59 
Rattle, Simon 73 
Rautawaara, Aulikki 46, 50 
Rayment, Malcom 27-28, 30-32, 

34,41 
Reader's Digest 71 
Rebay, Ferdinand 4, 1 1 
Reenpaa, Erkki 79 
Rehbaum, Theodor 10 
Reinisch, Frank 1, 60 
Respighi, Ottorino 44, 53 
Reuter, Jo natan 14,20 
Rias Symphony Orchestra 42 
Ricci, Ruggiero 37, 47, 54 
Richards, Denby 62 
Richmond, LeRoy 74 
Rimsky-Korsakov, N. A. 28, 44, 53 
Ringbom, Nils-Eric 34, 36, 39, 41, 

43-44, 46, 53, 59, 62-63, 66, 76, 79 
Ritter, Anna 9 
Robinson, Edward 75 
Rochester Philharmonic 32, 42 
Rodzinski, Artur 40,42,54 
Roiha, Eino Vilho Pietari 63-64 



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Roismann 39 
Ronald, Sir Landon 31 
Rosand, Aaron 42-43,54 
Rosas, John 60,63 
Rosbaud,Hans 28,30-31,45 
Ross, Mauroce O. T7 
Rossini, Giacomo ix 
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic 29 
Royal Opera House Orchestra 34 
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 

27-28, 31, 33-34, 36-37, 41, 

44-45, 48^9, 52-53 
Rozhdestvensky, Gennady 

34, 36-37, 39, 43 
Rubbra, Edmund 44,53 
Runeberg, Johan Ludvig 1-2,5-6, 

10, 12, 15, 20, 23, 61, 67 
Rydberg, Viktor 5, 7, 10, 12 
Rydman, Kari 79 
Saalasti, Education Minister vii 
Saarenpaa, Toivo 54 
Saarikivi, Sakari 70 
Saarits, Sulo 32, 51-52 
Saike, Antero 28, 44 
Saikkola, Lauri 54 
Salmenhaara, Erkki 60, 63 
Salminen, Kimmo 64 
Salzman, Eric 75 
Sanderling, Kurt 71 
Sanroma, Jesus Maria 49 
Sarasate, Pablo 43, 54 
Sargent, Sir Malcolm 27-28, 30, 

32-33, 73-74 
Saturday Review 72-74 
Schermerhorn, Kenneth 73 
Schippers, Thomas 35, 49 
Schneevoigt, Georg 43 
Schneider 39 
Scholes, Percy A. 75 
Schubert, Franz 35, 54 
Schybergsen, Gerda 12 
Schybergson, Gosta 20, 25 
Scottish National Orchestra 

28, 31-32, 41 
Sevitzky, Fabien 8 
Shakespeare, William 18 
Shapiro, Harvey 38 
Shawe-Taylor, Desmond 79 
Shelley, Henry C. 67 
Shostakovitch, Dmitri 42, 54 
Sibelius, Jean. Manuscripts or mss. 

facsimiles xii, 1-3, 7, 9, 15, 20, 
21, 22-24, 55, 62, 64, 68-70 
Sibelius Centenary Committee 64 



Sibelius Festival Commission 76 

Sibelius Museum iii, 56, 69-70 

Sibelius Park 70 

Sibelius Society 70,77 

Siirala, Seppo 47 

Simila, Martti 39, 41, 52-53, 64 

Simon, Robert A. 30, 32, 36, 38 

Simpson, Robert 62 

Sinfonia of London 35 

Singing Brothers of Viipuri 25 

Sipan (i.e. Sibelius) 22 

Sipila, Asser 50 

Sitkovecky, Julian 37 

Siukonen, Wilho 21 

Sj6blom,Paul 16,58,64,66 

Smetacek, Vaclac 36 

Smith, Carleton 75 

Snoilsky, Carl 14 

Sola, Waino 24 

Solantera, Kyllikki 6, 14 

Solantera, Lauri 64 

Sonninen 33, 38, 54 

Sonderstrom, Elisabeth 47 

Sora, Rafael 50 

Spivakovsky, Tossy 37 

St. Louis Symphony 43, 52 

Stenius, Hanna 65 

Stereo Review 73, 75 

Stem, Isaac 37 

Stock, Frederick 29 

Stockholm Festival Orchestra 37 

Stockholm Philharmonic 35 

Stockholm Radio Orchestra 32, 44 

Stockholm Radio Symphony 

Orchestra 33, 35, 40, 42-43 
Stoeckel, Cari 69 
Stokowski, Leopold 31, 33-35, 45, 

48, 53, 71 
Storg^rd, Ina 7 
Strauss, Richard 61, 73 
Stravinsky, Igor 38, 54 
Strickland, Daniel 35 
Strindberg, August 9 
Suomalainen, Yrjo 64 
Suomalainen Suomi 78 
Suomen Kansallismuseo 69 
Suomen Laulu 51, 70 
Suomen Lukko 22 
Suomen Kubalehti 79 
Suomen Musiikin Kuva 64 
Suomen Musiikin Vuosikirja 64 
Suomi-Finland USA vii, 60, 76 
Suonio, Aino 23 
Susman, Margarete 9 



Symphony Orchestra 28,33-34 
Symphony Orchestra of Olympia 

28,44 
Symphony Orchestra of Radio 

Stockholm 29,37 
Symphony Orchestra of the South 

West Gennan Radio 42-43,54 
Szalkiewicz, Cyril 50-51 
Szoke, Tibor 42-43, 54 
Taipale, A. E. 3,20-21 
Tammaro, Ferruccio 64 
Tannberg, Hubert 6 
Tanzberger, Ernst 65 
Tarasti, Eero 60 
Taubmann 2-3, 5, 10, 11 
Tavaststjema, Karl August 2,10 14 
Tawaststjema, Erik x, 58, 60, 

64-65, 70 
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilych 37, 43, 

45, 54, 73 
Tegenden, Elis 67 
Telmanyi, Emil 37 
Teosto 65 

Terrell, Gisela Schliiter 75 
Terhi, Kaarlo 25 
The Age 78 
The American Record Guide 

71-72, 74, 79 
The Atlantic Monthly 74 
The Etude 71, 73 
The Geographical Magazine 58 
The Guardian 51 
The Listener 78 
The London Sunday Times 79 
The Monthly Musical Record 

Guide 71-72,74 
The Musical Quarterly 74 
The New York Times 74 
The New Yorker 75 
The Saturday Review 72, 75 
The Spectator 73-74 
Thoor, Alf 32, 44, 78 
Time M agazine 75 
Tolonen, Jouko 43,46,54,60 
Tompuri, Elli 68 
Tolvas, Ilpo 70 

Topelius, Zachris 1, 6, 12, 21, 52 
Toscanini, Arturo 34, 38 
Tome, Bengt Axel von 64, 66 
Tovey, Donald Francis 66 
Travers-Borgstroem, Arthur 67 
Trotter, William R. 75 
Turjas, Ilmari 78 



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Tuninen, Martti 32-33,38,46, 50-51, 

53-54 
Tuukkanen, Kalervo 51, 54 
Tuxen, Erik 42 
Tyrell, John 61 
Tyrvainen, Vdkko 50 
Tyyri, Joukko 79 
U.S. Department of State 75 
USSR Radio Symphony 29 
Uusi Musiikkilehti 66 
Uusi Kuvalehti 78 
V— i, M— i or "mivi" [Helsingin 

Sanomat music critic] 76 
Vaisanen, A. O. 25,77 
Vala, Katri 51 
Valsta, Tapani 51, 70 
Vehanen, Kosti 38,40 
Veinus, Abraham 30-1,38-39, 41-2,45 



Vienna Philharmonic 27-28, 30, 32-33, 

35,39,41,43,45 
Vienna State Opera 29, 35, 50 
Viitanen, Usko 27 
Vuorenjuuri, Martti 79 
WAJC (Butler University) 69 
Wagner, Richard 44, 54 
Wallace, William 7 
Ward, John Owen 75 
Wasastjerna, Nils 24 
Watanabe, Akeo 46, 72, 75 
Waterhouse, J. F. 78 
Waterhouse, John C. G. 78 
Wecksell, Josef Julius 5-6 
Wegelius, Martin viii 
Weijola, Yrjo 5 
Weiss, Emil Rudolf 9 
Wenstrom, Oscar E. 66 



Werba, Erik 46 
Werder, Felix 78 
Westerberg, Stig 32, 44 
Wharton-Stork, Charles 67 
Whittall, Arnold 75 
Wicks, Camilla 37 
Wihuri Foundation 75 
Williams, Richard 75 
Winograd, Arthur 29, 40, 53 
Wood, Ralph W. 56 
Woss, Kurt 31 
WuoUe, Aino 68 
Yale Review 74 
Ylioppilaskunnan Laulujat 53 
Ylioppilaslehti 79 
Yorkshire Post 79 
Young, Percy M. 61 
Zweygberg, Lennart von 58 



KALEVALA: RUNON SYNTY (THE BIRTH OF THE RUNE) 
Voices from Finland. An anthology of Finland's verse and prose in English, Finnish and Swedish. Helsinki, 1947. 

Excerpts, pages 22-26. 



I am minded, my heart moves me 
And my understanding urges 
Me to make a start of singing, 
and of saying and of speaking. 
And of telling tales of kinship. 
Tales of race to be reciting... 

By the frost were songs framed in me. 
Runes were by the rain suggested. 
Other songs the winds have sung me 
And the sea's waves others wafted.... 

These into a ball I bound fast 
Wound and bound into a bundle... 
Laid it farthest back on barnloft 
In a little brazen bushel. 

Long have my songs lain there frozen. 
Dwelt a length of days in darkness. 
Shall I pull them from the frost forth. 
Shall I from the cold collect them. 
Bring the box into the chamber... 
Shall I open up the word-chest. 
Rouse the runes, attune the casket. 
Start unwinding at the ball's end 
And undo the bundle's bondage? 

So I shall sing even a good song. 
Bang forth even a beautiful one 
After having eaten rye-bread 
And enjoyed the beer of barley. 
But if beer should not be brought me. 
If no ale I should be offered, 
I will sing from mouth more dry, then. 
With tongue wet from water only. 
For enhancement of this day-time. 
Or for mirthfulness to-morrow. 
For the dawning of a new day. 



Mieleni minun tekevi, 
Aivoni ajattelevi 
Lahteani laulamahan, 
Saa'ni sanelemahan. 
Sukuvirtta suoltamahan, 
Lajivirtta laulumahan... 

Vilu mulle virtta virkkoi, 
Sae saatteli runoja, 
Virtta toista tuulet toivat, 
Meren aaltoset ajoivat... 

Ne mina keralle kaarin, 
Sovittelin sommelolle, 
Keran pistin kelkkahani, 
Sommelon rekoseheni... 

Viikon on virteni vilussa, 
Kauan kaihossa sijaisnut. 
Veanko vilusta virret, 
Lapan laulut pakkasesta... 
Alle kaunihin katoksen, 
Aukaisen sanaisen arkun, 
Virsilippahan paan keralta, 
Suorin solum sommelolta? 

Niin laulan hyvanki virren, 
Kaunihinki kalkuttelen 
Ruoalta rukihiselta, 
Oluelta ohraiselta. 
Kun ei tuotane olutta, 
Tarittane taarivetta, 
Laulan suulta laihemmalta, 
Vetoselta vierettelen 
Taman iltamme iloksi, 
Paivan kuulun kunnniaksi, 
Vaiko huomenen huviksi, 
Uuen aamun alkeheksi. 



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RARE BOOKS & SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AT BUTLER UNIVERSITY 

The Hugh Thomas Miller Rare Book Room houses early and rare books, manuscripts, maps, music scores, 
prints, newspapers, and memorabilia in all fields of liberal arts and sciences, education, pharmacy, and the 
fine and performing arts. The general rare books collection includes rare and unusual items from almost all 
fields of intellectual inquiiy and aesthetic pleasure, such as early medicinal and botanical works, literature 
and history, early theological works, modem poetry, and Americana. 

The Eliza A. Blaker Room, Irwin Library, memorializes the beginning of childhood education in 
Indiana, and the great contributions made by the woman who initiated, shaped, and developed kindergarten 
and primary education training. Blaker's Teachers College merged with Butler University in 1931. 

The John S. Wright Great Books Room houses finely bound sets of important literary, philosophical, 
and historical works, and serves as special conference room. 

In addition to the general collection of rare materials housed in the Hugh Thomas Miller Rare Book 
Room, there are several important special collections that are maintained separately. 

THE HAROLD E. JOHNSON JEAN SIBELIUS COLLECTION 
JOINS OTHER SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: 

The William F. Charters South Seas Collection 

William F. Charters spent his adult working life in Indianapolis. Book collecting was a fashionable 
activity in his age. In 1924, he purchased a copy of O'Brien's White Shadows in the South Seas, and became 
deeply moved by the author's compassion for the passing native civilizations of the South Seas and the plea 
that the irreplaceable records of these peoples and cultures must be preserved, especially so since they 
themselves had no written records. Accordingly, Charters built a book collection that would preserve the 
knowledge of cultures and civilizations that were quickly changing under the influence of traders, empire 
builders, missionaries, and foreign administrators. 

A gift to Butler University in 1931, the Charters Collection has grown to some 3,200 books and 
periodicals pertaining to the Pacific Islands. Materials range from the earliest circumnavigators' and 
explorers' accounts to later studies in anthropology, linguistics, history, natural sciences, arts, and crafts. 

The collection includes bibliophilic gems such as a first edition of William Bligh's A Voyage to the 
South Seas (1792) as well as the early scientific memoirs and bulletins of the famous Bemice Pauahi Bishop 
Museum. There are examples of early printing presses used in the Pacific Islands, missionary reports, and 
literary and biographical accounts of life in the South Seas. Current socio-political, anthropological and 
ethno-linguistic works are being added. 

National Track & Field Hall of Fame Historical Research Library 

An agreement was made in May 1986 between the Irwin Library of Butler University and the 
National Track and Field Hall of Fame to house some 250 books and track records as a special collection 
within the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Since then, it has grown dramatically. Dr. 
Ken Doherty donated his entire library; other coaches, athletes, and writers have followed suit. Financial 
and material support has come from the Hall of Fame, The Athletics Congress (TAC), the NCAA Division I 
Track Coaches Association, and other American and foreign organizations. 

At present, the collection holds more than 25,000 items: books, journals, programs, guides, statistics, 
photographs... One finds books dealing with old and current training and coaching methods for all events; 
autobiographies and biographies of athletes and coaches, many of them signed by their authors; meet 
programs from the 1870s to current competitions; Olympic reports; some organizational archives. 

Available: details about a sponsored fellowship program, subscription to a complete indexed catalogue, 
special film list, and other information about this unique collection. 



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Lincoln and Civil War Collections 

These collections include nineteenth century and later rare books and pamphlets about the life and 
times of Abraham Lincoln. Many of the early pamphlets and campaign materials, books, and newspapers 
were brought together and donated by Charles W. Moores, lawyer, author, and Lincoln collector (1862-1923). 
Included are treasures such as an early Lincoln legal manuscript and a first printing of Edward Everett's 
oration at Gettysburg. 

The Moores Collection was augmented through materials from Donald C. Dumam's library, mostly 
about Lincoln portraits in stone, bronze, and wood, and recently through many scholarly Civil War titles from 
Dr. David M. Silver's library. 

ALSO: 

There are several smaller special collections, among them some fine botanical and zoological print 
collections, manuscript specimens, the Alice Bidwell Wesenberg Collection of 20th Century American Poetry, 
early maps of Indiana. 

To add to the variety: the Dellinger Collection of Early American Educational Materials, 19th century 
American popular sheet music, an extensive Kin Hubbard/Gaar Williams collection, and a fledgling 
collection of award-winning advertising materials in many formats, sponsored by the Indiana Federation of 
Advertising Agencies. 

The Department of Rare Books & Special Collections also administers Butler University's Archives. 
The university opened its doors in 1855; measured by instihitions of higher learning in the American Midwest, 
Butler has achieved respectable age and a considerable amount of historical materials that are of interest to 
local and regional historians. 

SERVICES 

Individual patrons and visitors are welcome during all Rare Book Room op>en hours and by appointment. 
Some special rules have been established to protect rare and vulnerable materials, but there are no 
restrictions to access. 

An orientation program on rare books, the history of books and printing, and the collections housed in 
the Rare Book Room, is offered by appointment throughout the year to classes and all interested groups. 
Sf)ecial arrangements for visiting scholars and out-of-town researchers may be made. 

Several major exhibitions on a variety of subjects are mounted each year. These displays serve to 
inform the community about special holdings, and are announced by newsletter and other media. 

All catalogued holdings are represented in the Irwin Library's on-line catalog and the OCLC database. 
The Rare Book Room also offers special files for early imprints, early or famous printers and presses, inscribed 
works, works with a famous provenance, manuscripts, music, and a donor file. 

All materials may be consulted inside the Rare Book Room; nothing circulates. Whenever possible, 
interlibrary loan requests are honored through photocopying. The staff assists patrons with special research 
questions through full reference service (with the aid of the Irwin Library's Reference Department), and 
contact to other special collections in the country. 

On-line access to most library collections is augmented by several catalogues of varying extent, 
descriptive checklists, archives' calendars, flyers, and brochures. A list of current publications is available. 



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