Outi Tarkiainen - Säveltäjä

Works

Works for soloist and orchestra

Chamber Music

Saxophone Concerto "Saivo" (2016)

soprano saxophone and orchestra
27'

I Image of you
II In the water
III In the ashes
IV Reflection
V Fissure

Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen

The saxophone concerto Saivo paints a musical portrait of a saxophonist of a new kind. The word ”saivo” originates from the ancient Sami beliefs meaning a two-bottomed lake, where under a lake dwells another lake and another world which is inhabited by otherworldly creatures – a world that is the exact mirror image of our world. The saxophone concerto builds sonorous timbral bridges between the effected soprano saxophone and the orchestra, and grows eventually into an illusion of another reality which is similar, yet in a peculiar way different than the world we know. The work was commissioned by Tapiola Sinfonietta and it is dedicated to the saxophonist Jukka Perko.

Score

Premiere: November 17, 2017
Tapiolasali, Espoo, Finland
Tapiola Sinfonietta, cond. Anna-Maria Helsing
Jukka Perko, soprano saxophone and effects
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The Earth, Spring's Daughter (2014–2015)

song cycle for mezzosoprano and orchestra
c. 45'

I Prologue – The Earth, spring's daughter
II In these cold lands we migrate
III Our father's property is divided today
IV This late evening hour
V Not so straight
VI Come and I will show you secretly these paths
VII I inscribe these images – Epilogue

Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen

Eanan, giđa nieida (in Engl. The Earth, Spring’s Daughter) is a mythical epos illustrating the core experiences of the North from the history to our times. The text is a vast collage of Sami poetry – the Sami people being the only indigenous people in the Europe. The strong mutual bond between the generations and the Sami culture’s cyclical perception of time are present also in the structure of the work: the music unfolds in layers and cycles, to be born again and again. The work was commissioned by three northernmost professional orchestras in Europe: Lapland Chamber Orchestra (FIN), Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra (SWE) and Arctic Philharmonic (NOR).

Score

Premiere: September 1, 2016
Korundi House of Culture's Concert Hall, Rovaniemi
Lapland Chamber Orchestra, cond. John Storgårds
Virpi Räisänen, mezzosoprano
September 2, 2016
Inari, Finland
Lapland Chamber Orchestra, cond. John Storgårds
Virpi Räisänen, mezzosoprano
Swedish premiere: September 14, 2017
House of Culture, Luleå, Sweden
Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, cond. Okko Kamu
Virpi Räisänen, mezzosoprano
September 15, 2017
Haparanda Church, Sweden
Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, cond. Okko Kamu
Virpi Räisänen, mezzosoprano
September 16, 2017
Studio Acusticum, Piteå, Sweden
Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, cond. Okko Kamu
Virpi Räisänen, mezzosoprano

Norwegian premiere: February 16, 2018
Arctic Philharmonic
Virpi Räisänen, mezzosoprano
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Liebklinge (2011)

soprano saxophone and orchestra
16'

Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company
soprano saxophone + 2222/2130/ 3 perc, folk harp, celesta, strings

Liebklinge is a work for an improvising soprano saxophone and orchestra. Virtually half of the soloist's role is to improvise, following the composer's guidelines. The saxophonist glides over a restless orchestra, and at time delves into the middle of it. The work was commissioned by the Sibelius Acedemy and is partly based on improvisations by legendary jazz saxophonist David Liebman and Liebman's pianist Richie Beirach, as well as a short composition by Liebman, who performed the premiere of Liebklinge. The chamber orchestra version of the piece was commissioned by the Lapland Chamber Orchestra.

Score

Premiere: February 4, 2012
Helsinki Music Centre Concert Hall
David Liebman, soprano saxophone
Sibelius Academy Symphony Orchestra, cond. Santtu Rouvali


Liebklinge (2013)

soprano saxophone and chamber orchestra
16'

Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company
soprano saxophone + 1111/1000/perc, harp, strings (4-3-3-2-2)

Score

Premiere: January 10, 2014
Korundi House of Culture's Concert Hall, Rovaniemi
Lapland Chamber Orchestra, cond. John Storgårds
Jukka Perko, soprano saxophone
January 11, 2014
Korundi House of Culture's Concert Hall, Rovaniemi
Lapland Chamber Orchestra, cond. John Storgårds
Jukka Perko, soprano saxophone
September 5, 2015
Young Nordic Music Festival, Helsinki
Avanti! Chamber Orchestra, cond. Jaakko Kuusisto
Jukka Perko, soprano saxophone
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Into the Woodland Silence (2010)

folk/jazz mezzo-soprano and big band
17'

The first line-up alternative: folk/jazzmezzosoprano +
a.sax./flute, clar./b.clar., t.sax./flute, t.sax./clar. and b.sax./flute
4 tpts, 3 tbns, 1 b.tbn, piano, double bass, drs/perc.

The second line-up alternative: folk/jazzmezzosoprano +
a.sax./flute/clar., clar., t.sax./flute/clar., t.sax., b.clar.
4 tpts, 3 tbns, 1 b.tbn, piano, double bass, drs/perc.

Into the Woodland Silence is about human growth and the vast, unanswered question of how to become oneself, an exploration that continues throughout our lives. The lyrics were compiled from poems by renowned Finnish poets Eeva-Liisa Manner and Sirkka Turkka. A key element for the birth of the piece was Tarkiainen's long and on-going collaboration with vocalist Aili Ikonen, to whom the work is dedicated. In the piece the jazz orchestra envelopes the singer who sings, speaks, buzzes, improvises and leads the listener through shifting musical landscapes. The work was commissioned by the Umo Jazz Orchestra. Distribution: Music Finland.

Premiere: March 18, 2010
Korjaamo Cultural Factory, Helsinki
Umo Jazz Orchestra, cond. Kari Heinilä
Aili Ikonen, vocalist
September 8, 2011
Haparanda, Sweden
Norrbotten Big Band, cond. Outi Tarkiainen
Aili Ikonen, vocalist
September 9, 2011
Älvsby, Sweden
Norrbotten Big Band, cond. Outi Tarkiainen
Aili Ikonen, vocalist
September 10, 2011
Nefertiti Jazz Club, Göteborg
Norrbotten Big Band, cond. Outi Tarkiainen
Aili Ikonen, vocalist
September 11, 2011
Fasching Jazz Club, Stockholm
Norrbotten Big Band, cond. Outi Tarkiainen
Aili Ikonen, vocalist
April 21, 2012
Tampere Biennale, Tampere, Finland
Umo Jazz Orchestra, cond. Kari Heinilä
Aili Ikonen, vocalist
March 20, 2015
Piteå, Sweden
Norrbotten Big Band, cond. Outi Tarkiainen
Mirja Mäkelä, vocalist
March 21, 2015
Luleå, Sweden
Norrbotten Big Band, cond. Outi Tarkiainen
Mirja Mäkelä, vocalist
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Beaivi (2016)

flute, violoncello, guitar and piano
9'

Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen.

Beaivi is inspired by the Sami poet Nils-Aslak Valkeapää’s poem "When that time approaches", where the first encounter with light after the lengthy polar night is described with exceptional significance. The word beaivi comes from the northern Sami language meaning sun or day. The play of light – its dawn, a brief shimmering before darkening again – are characterized throughout the textures and timbres of the piece. Beaivi is dedicated to the Danish chamber music ensemble Lydenskab, who also commissioned the work.

"When that time approaches
I notice how frequently I ski
higher than necessary
and when I finally see
the peaks turn red
I am not ashamed to admit
that I go to a high place
in order to see the sun"

–Nils-Aslak Valkeapää
English translation by Ralph Salisbury

Score

Premiere: February 2, 2017
Huset, Aalborg, Denmark
Ensemble Lydenskab
Karolina Leedo, flute, Sofia Lind Pedersen, cello,
Thea Vesti, guitar and Maria Eshpal, piano
October 29, 2017
Rønnebksholm, Denmark
Enseble Lydenskab
Karolina Leedo, flute, Sofia Lind Pedersen, cello,
Thea Vesti, guitar and Eskild Winding, piano
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The Baudelaire songs (2009–2013)

soprano and piano
15'

I The Albatross
II The Abyss
III Obsession

The song cycle uses poems by Charles Baudelaire from the anthology Flowers of Evil, and is about the solitude of a visionary human being and the inner necessity of making one's way, whether those visions be grandiose or nightmarish. While composing the two first songs of the cycle I lived in London, so I chose R. J. Dent's recent English translations of Baudelaire's poems for the lyrics. The songs were commissioned by the lied-duo Heikkinen & Tilus with the support of Teosto. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Score

Premiere: September 21, 2009
Sibelius Academy Concert Hall, Helsinki
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
February 6, 2010
Ears Open Society concert, Helsinki, Ostrobotnia Ball Room, Helsinki
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
May 20, 2010
Sibelius Academy Chamber Music Hall, Helsinki
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
August 22, 2011
Young Nordic Music Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Sanni Antikainen, piano
September 5, 2011
Aino Ackté Chamber Music Festival, Helsinki
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
November 16, 2012
Sodankylä, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
November 17, 2012
Rovaniemi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
November 18, 2012
Muonio, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
November 18, 2012
Levi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
April 26, 2013
Nurmes, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
April 27, 2013
Ilomantsi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
April 28, 2013
Joensuu, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Johanna Tilus, piano
August 14, 2015
Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche, France
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano and Paul Beynet, piano
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Into the Woodland Silence (2012)

soprano, clarinet, violoncello and piano
14'

Into the Woodland Silence is about human growth and the vast, unanswered question of how to become oneself, an exploration that continues throughout our lives. The lyrics were compiled from poems by renowned Finnish poets Eeva-Liisa Manner and Sirkka Turkka. Into the Woodland Silence was originally scored for jazz orchestra and folk/jazz mezzo-soprano, but this quartet version gives the work new life as chamber music, and perhaps even better portrays the intimate nature of the music. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Premiere: August 28, 2012
Young Nordic Music Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland
Aili Ikonen, vocalist, Grímur Helgason, clarinet and Tinna Thorsteinsdóttir, piano
November 16, 2012
Sodankylä, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet,
Juho Laitinen, violoncello and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
November 17, 2012
Rovaniemi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet,
Juho Laitinen, violoncello and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
November 18, 2012
Muonio, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet,
Juho Laitinen, violoncello and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
November 18, 2012
Levi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet,
Juho Laitinen, violoncello and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
New Year's Concert: January 1, 2013
Kuhmo, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
January 3, 2013
Suomussalmi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
April 26, 2013
Nurmes, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
Markus Hohti, violoncello and Johanna Tilus, piano
April 27, 2013
Ilomantsi, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
Markus Hohti, violoncello and Johanna Tilus, piano
April 28, 2013
Joensuu, Finland
Sanna Heikkinen, soprano, Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
Markus Hohti, violoncello and Johanna Tilus, piano
September 26, 2015
Nordic Music Days Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark
Ensemble Scenatet
October 9, 2016
New Music October –festival, Oulu, Finland
Uusinta Ensemble, sol. Meeri Pulakka, soprano
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Obsession II (2013)

flute and piano
4'

The work is based on Charles Baudelaire's poem Obsession from the anthology Flowers of Evil. Obsession II was composed as a parallel to a song for soprano and piano with the same title. In the instrumental version the original poem is present only implicitly, but certain words and syllables can be heard also on the surface of the music. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Score

Premiere: March 12, 2013
Helsinki Music Centre
Malla Vivolin, flute and Emil Holmström, piano
Debut Concert: September 27, 2014
AutumnFest, Tallinn, Estonia
Uusinta Ensemble
Malla Vivolin, flute and Emil Holmström, piano
September 10, 2017
Kaivos Festival, Outokumpu, Finland
Kaisa Kortelainen, flute and Väinö Jalkanen, piano
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Trois poèmes (2013)

string quartet
10'

I Vision
II Désir
III Dépendance

Trois poèmes is a visually evocative trilogy loaded with transiently vivid moments, and is partly based on my Baudelaire song cycle. The delicate and sensual hues of the two first movements release in a tumultuous appassionato in the third movement. The work was commissioned by the Kamus Quartet with the support of Madetoja Foundation. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Score

Premiere: August 1, 2013
Our Festival, Tuusula
The Kamus Quartet
June 6, 2015
Silence Festival, Finland
The Kaamos Quartet
August 17, 2015
Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche, France
Quartuor Arod
June 23, 2016
University of Music and Performing Arts Wien, Austria
Pauline Kempf Quartet
February 11, 2017
Musica Nova Festival, Helsinki, Finland
The Kamus Quartet
February 22, 2017
Ajassa soi, Finnish Radio Yle 1
The Kamus Quartet
August 9, 2017
Aikamme Musiikkia, Finnish Radio Yle 1
The Kamus Quartet
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Siimes (2017)

wind quintet
13'

I In the Water
II Flash
III In the Ashes

Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen

Siimes is my second wind quintet and is based on the saxophone concerto Saivo. The title of the work suggests an allegorical hiding place deep in the forest, from where one can easily observe the surrounding reality. The first movement flows and swirls like diving under water, at times changing direction and always bubbling merrily. The second movement’s ethereal shimmering culminates into the last movement’s mighty chord pillars that pile up on one another like an ash cloud. Siimes is dedicated to Auriga Wind Quintet’s flautist Heli Haapala, who commissioned the work with the support of the Sibelius Foundation.

Score

Premiere: September 10, 2017
Rovaniemi, Finland
Auriga Wind Quintet
(Lapland Chamber Orchestra Wind Quintet)
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The Way There... (Is Sand Or Some Other Sounding Substance) (2009)

wind quintet
11'

I Allegro furioso – Adagio
II Largamente
III Con moto
IV Allegro – Adagio – Allegro

The Way There... (Is Sand Or Some Other Sounding Substance) consists of four miniature movements, each of which features a different instrument in the leading role. The whirring scenes of the first and last movements are framing the lyrical second and the undulating third movement. The title of the work has its origins in Finnish poet Sirkka Turkka's melancholy yet hopeful poem Tämä surumieli (This sorrowing mind) from the anthology Vaikka on kesä (1983). The Way There... is dedicated to the wind quintet Pasaati, who also commissioned the piece. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Premiere: December 22, 2009
Mission Church, Helsinki
The Pasaati Wind Quintet
February 7, 2010
Lauttasaari Church, Helsinki
The Meteora Wind Quintet
February 10, 2010
Turku, Finland
The Meteora Wind Quintet
February 14, 2010
Rauma, Finland
The Meteora Wind Quintet
September 15, 2010
Rovaniemi, Finland
Lapland Chamber Orchestra Wind Quintet
September 16, 2010
Muonio, Finland
Lapland Chamber Orchestra Wind Quintet
May 25, 2011
Inaugural Concert of Korundi House of Culture
Rovaniemi, Finland
Lapland Chamber Orchestra Wind Quintet
June 14, 2013
Kallio-Kuninkala Chamber Music Festival, Järvenpää, Finland
Zagros Ensemble
February 9, 2014
Vaasa, Finland
Vaasa City Orchestra Wind Quintet
February 28, 2016
Helsinki Music Centre Organo Hall, Finland
The Helmikvintet Wind Quintet
February 8, 2017
Jyväskylä City Hall, Finland
Jyväskylä Sinfonietta Wind Quintet
November 18, 2017
Studion Konsert & Kongress, Linköping, Sweden
Crusellkvintetten, Östgötamusiken
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...et elles entonnèrent un chant (2015)

accordion
5'

…et elles entonnèrent un chant (in English ...and they began to sing) is a deeply contemplative yet hopeful vision of Sami poet Rauni Magga Lukkari’s poem ”They walked side by side, mother and daughter” from the anthology "The Time of the Lustful Mother" (2013). The poem illustrates in a magical way the strength of the northern women as well as the strong mutual bond between the generations. In the heart of the multi-layered music lies as a cantus firmus a well-known hymn in Scandinavia, ”Summer Hymn”, that also the protagonists of the poem join to sing. The piece was commissioned by the Festival de Musique d’Uzerche with the support of Teosto and is dedicated to the accordionist Vincent Lhermet.

Publisher: Modus musiikki
Premiere: August 14, 2015
Festival du Musique d'Uzerche, France
Vincent Lhermet, accordion
August 15, 2015
Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche, France
Meet the composer: Outi Tarkiainen
Vincent Lhermet, accordion
January 11, 2016
Paris, France
Vincent Lhermet, accordion
March 8, 2016
Conservatory of Paris, France
Vincent Lhermet, accordion
August 25, 2016
Rovaniemi, Finland
Heidi Luosujärvi, accordion
October 1, 2016
Langenfeld, Germany
Heidi Luosujärvi, accordion
October 8, 2016
New Music October –festival, Oulu, Finland
Veli Kujala, accordion
October 23, 2016
Essen, Germany
Heidi Luosujärvi, accordion
December 20, 2016
Folkwang Universitet der Künste, Essen-Werden, Germany
Heidi Luosujärvi, accordion
August 25, 2017
Taipalsaari Church, Finland
Heidi Luosujärvi, accordion
September 10, 2017
Kaivos Festival, Outokumpu, Finland
Henrik Sandås, accordion
September 24, 2017
Akkordeonherbst, Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Heidi Luosujärvi, accordion
October 25, 2017
Kuopio City Hall, Kuopio, Finland
Henrik Sandås, accordion
October 26, 2017
Hannikainen Hall, Nurmes, Finland
Henrik Sandås, accordion
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Sans paroles (2012, the new version)

clarinet
8'

The solo clarinet work Sans paroles is a song without words. The piece consists of long gliding phrases interspersed with playful and sometimes jarring rhythms. The piece is dedicated to the clarinetist Lauri Sallinen. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Score

Premiere: December 5, 2011
KLANG Concert Series, Helsinki Music Centre
Mikko Raasakka, clarinet
Debut Concert: May 8, 2012
Helsinki Music Centre
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
November 16, 2012
Sodankylä, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
November 17, 2012
Rovaniemi, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
November 18, 2012
Muonio, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
November 18, 2012
Levi, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
April 26, 2013
Nurmes, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
April 27, 2013
Ilomantsi, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
April 28, 2013
Joensuu, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
June 15, 2013
Ingria, Russia
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
June 17, 2013
White Nights of Carelia Festival, Petrozavodsk, Russia
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
June 19, 2013
St.Petersburg, Russia
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
June 6, 2015
Silence Festival, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
August 15, 2015
Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche, France
David Campbell, clarinet
November 10, 2015
City University London, London, United Kingdom
David Campbell, clarinet
January 11, 2016
Cité International des Arts, Paris, France
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
August 26, 2016
Kaivos-festival, Outokumpu, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
September 26, 2016
NCCA, Moscow, Russia
Moskow Ensemble contemporary music
Oleg Tantsov, clarinet
November 19, 2016
Lux Musicae Festival, Siuntio, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
June 7, 2017
Silence Festival, Kaukonen, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
July 18, 2017
Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
August 30, 2017
Helsinki Festival, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
August 31, 2017
Helsinki Festival, Finland
Lauri Sallinen, clarinet
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Sanasi, kiveen uponneet (2011)

violoncello
8'

Sanasi, kiveen uponneet (in Engl. Thy Words, Submerged In Stone) is a vivid, energetic, but also deeply contemplative solo work. The piece plays with the traditional instrumental opportunities of cello, from time to time offering the performer a virtuosic challenge. The contemplative polyphonic sections alternate with flashy scherzo passages. The title of the piece refers to the joy that arises from trust between humans beings. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Score

Premiere: May 2, 2011
Sibelius Academy Concert Hall, Helsinki
Sami Mäkelä, violoncello
November 16, 2012
Sodankylä, Finland
Juho Laitinen, violoncello
November 17, 2012
Rovaniemi, Finland
Juho Laitinen, violoncello
November 18, 2012
Muonio, Finland
Juho Laitinen, violoncello
November 18, 2012
Levi, Finland
Juho Laitinen, violoncello
April 26, 2013
Nurmes, Finland
Markus Hohti, violoncello
April 27, 2013
Ilomantsi, Finland
Markus Hohti, violoncello
April 28, 2013
Joensuu, Finland
Markus Hohti, violoncello
August 15, 2015
Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche, France
Ivan Karizna, violoncello
October 8, 2016
New Music October –festival, Oulu, Finland
Riina Salminen, violoncello
April 9, 2017
Chamber Music Concert, Oulu Sinfonia, Oulu, Finland
Riina Salminen, violoncello
July 5, 2017
Time of Music Festival, Viitasaari, Finland
Markus Hohti, violoncello
July 25, 2017
Our Festival, Järvenpää, Finland
Ulla Lampela, violoncello
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Kunnes kivi halkeaa (2008)

violin
5'

Kunnes kivi halkeaa (in Engl. Until the Stone Splits) is a kind of modern threnody. The piece is a musical portrait of Finnish poet Sirkka Turkka's poem "Kipu ei kasva mitään" from the anthology Vaikka on kesä (1983). In the poem the narrator laments her longing for her deceased mother. The piece is dedicated to the violinist Saana Uksila. Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company.

Score

Premiere: November 29, 2008
Sibelius Academy Chamber Music Hall, Helsinki
Saana Uksila, violin
November 30, 2008
Cygnaeus Gallery, Helsinki
Saana Uksila, violin
February 7, 2014
Hannover, Germany
Linnea Hurttia, violin
August 15, 2015
Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche, France
Fuki Fujie, violin
February 19, 2016
University of Fine Arts & Music, Nagoya, Japan
Linnea Hurttia, violin
February 20, 2016
Tokyo, Japan
Linnea Hurttia, violin
April 16, 2016
Tampere Biennale, Finland
Maria Puusaari, violin
June 11, 2016
Silence Festival, Finland
Minna Pensola, violin
March 2, 2017
The National Library of Finland, Helsinki
Siljamari Heikinheimo, violin
May 13, 2017
Club Vakiopaine, Jyväskylä, Finland
Maria Puusaari, violin
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