Jean Sibelius: Pohjolas Tochter Op.49

Jean Sibelius: Pohjolas Tochter Op.49


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Orchestra (ORCH)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Jean Sibelius
Catalogue #: RL40750
This Item Earns 26 Musicroom Points

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The tone poem Pohjola’s Daughter Op.49 - a ‘Symphonic Fantasy for Large Orchestra’ - was written by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius in 1906. The story is a variation of Orpheus in the Underworld, depicting a hero (Väinämöinen) who spotted the beautiful ‘daughter of the North’ (Pohjola), seated on a rainbow. The hero asked her to join him, but she agreed with the condition that he should be able to perform a number of difficult tasks – most notably, building a boat from fragments of her distaff. However the hero’s attempt was in vain, as he was thwarted by evil spirits and injured himself with an axe. He gave up the challenge and continued his journey alone.

A full score for Prokofiev’s popular Kalevala-inspired symphonic poem Pohjola’s Daughter Op.49.



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Pohjola's Daughter Op.49

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Format: Score
Length: 50 pages
Language: German
Publisher: Robert Lienau

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