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Lotta Wennäkoski composed her harp concerto Sigla in 2022. In Segla (2022) for solo harp the concerto’s material is reorganized and developed further. The title means “to sail” in Swedish. At the times, the music gently sways on the waves – one might hear some spindrifts as well. Duration 4 minutes. Buy now

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Composer and musician Timo Alakotila is a distinguished, active and versatile talent in the Finnish music scene whose long career working with different genres of music - folk music in particular - has been ground-breaking. Hope 2021 was commissioned by Kaustinen Chamber Music Week. The topic of the 4-minute work for two violins, viola, cello, double bass and piano invokes the hope for brighter future after the pandemic. Buy now

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Composer and musician Timo Alakotila is a distinguished, active and versatile talent in the Finnish music scene whose long career working with different genres of music - folk music in particular - has been ground-breaking.

Koivu ja tähti (The birch and the star) for female choir (SSAA) is set to a poem in Finnish by Satu Koskimies. Buy now

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Johanna Almark is one of the most versatile figures in music scene in Finland: singer, conductor, composer, arranger and violinist.

The rain it raineth every day is a swinging 21st century madrigal for mixed 5-part choir, set to Feste's song from the The Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. Buy now

The radiant Veni lux for mixed choir and organ (with optional trumpet) was composed in 2020 to a latin text. Buy now

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Eeva Sarmanto-Neuvosen ja Liisa Aroheimo-Marvian editoima kokoelma erityylisiä ja -tasoisia sonaattimuodon kehitystä ilmentäviä sävellyksiä kolmelta eri vuosisadalta jälleen saatavilla! Kokoelma sisältää 15 teosta 12 eri säveltäjältä. Tilaa täältä
The popular pedagogigal collection of 15 sonatas and sonatinas from 12 composers (from Scarlatti to Salmenhaara) is available again. Buy now

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On the 50th birthday of Juha T Koskinen we are proud to publish two of his string quartets.
String quartet no. 2 "Under a Ginkgo Tree in Tiergarten" (2014) is, according to the composer, connected to great changes in his personal life: "A few months after the score was finished, I became a father. The musical key moment is found at the very end of the work. Holy Night allusions are embedded to the finale of the work – con tenerezza, with tenderness." Buy now
In String quartet no. 3 (2022) the responsiveness to timbre and particular interest to the musical dramaturgy are important. The aim is "to provide the listener with clear musical marks, using which one can navigate on the ocean of one's own mind." Buy now

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Fennica Gehrman celebrates its 20th anniversary with this collection of commissioned pieces for violin and piano. Stringendo contains ten pieces from the composers Kalevi Aho, Kimmo Hakola, Mikko Heiniö, Olli Kortekangas, Jyrki Linjama, Veli-Matti Puumala, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Lotta Wennäkoski, Harri Wessman and Matthew Whittall. Buy now

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Kuusi pianokappaletta kertovat kromatiikalla, kimaltavilla dissonansseilla ja muunnelluilla asteikoilla maustettuja, vahvatunnelmaisia tarinoita. Monenlaisia tekniikoita hyödyntävät bagatellit sopivat musiikkiopiston perustason jälkeiseksi ohjelmistoksi ja esityskappaleiksi.

Teemu Halmkrona's The charm of the deep forest is a collection of six bagatelles for piano, rich of chromaticism and many different modes. Buy now

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Karelian Dance
for violin and string orchestra
Virtuoso-like La Danza Karelia for solo violin and string orchestra is published for the first time. Buy now

Five Nordic Melodies
Sonninen's brisk arrangements are set for string orchestra without violas (violin I, II, III, cello I, II and double bass). Idiomatic, variable writing and short movements make the the five-movement-series perfect for for young string players. Buy now

Koska valaissee kointähtönen
Sonninen's arrangement of beloved hymn "When does the morning star light up" is compatible to use with the choir version or as accompaniment for solo singer. Buy now

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Mikko Heiniö's April evenings for black twins (2015) is a sonata in five movements. This 15-minute virtuoso piece for pianos is inspired by evenings in the month of April. The twins here are identical, so in addition of being individuals they also form an orchestral super instrument. Buy now

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The Tunnel at the End of the Light is a commission by the Lieksa Brass Festival for its International Tuba Competition in 2023. The playful work employs quirky rhythms and changing meters, while exploring the upper and lower register of the tuba. Lyrical passages quickly change into driving rhythmic patterns, as if a hysterical tuba-player were hitting the walls of a tunnel. The tunnel that starts where the light ends. Buy now

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This work by Žibuoklė Martinaitytė reflects the seasons of the year in four movements. The Finnish title stands for soul-landscape which for the composer is related to the question of cultural identity: "My physical home keeps changing and the only thing that remains is music." Buy now

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The string trio End Credits (2016) is intended to play together with a video projection. Composer Jennah Vainio sees it as a portrayal of a person's inner mind: "It is a beautiful, tender and introvert snapshot of a moment, a journey into the thoughts of a person. The work can be visualized by a video edited by myself." Buy now

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Kyllönen's Trio no. 4 op. 38 (1994) for was commissioned by the Association of Finnish Music Schools. The 12-minute piece can also be performed with different descant instruments: two violins, violin & clarinet or flute & violin. Buy now

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Karkija for bass clarinet and marimba was a commission of Duo Xylokosmos and was premiered in Austria 2007. The product includes one performance score (B4 sized loose pages) in a folder. Buy now

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