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Opera and lyrical music
Sheet music for Armas Jarnefelt
Cello, Violin, Piano — Softcover Book —
For Violin (or Cello) and Piano. Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Strings, Repertoire, Solos. Jarnefelt - Berceuse. Softcover Book. 6 pages. Chester Music #CH00305. Published by Chester Music (HU.CH00305).
Clarinet,Woodwind Choir or Ensemble,Clarinet Choir — Score,Set of Parts — Classical Period,Recital
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Arranged by Lori Archer Sutherland. Classical Period, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 23 pages. Lori Archer Sutherland #LAS-2013-02. Published by Lori Archer Sutherland (S0.15340).
violin or cello and piano — —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Published by Gehrmans Musikforlag (GH.LUN-570-1058).
concert band — score and parts —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Arranged by Andrew Glover. Gems of the Concert Band Series. Audio recording available separately (item CL.WFR388). Score and parts. Composed 2016. Duration 2 minutes, 41 seconds. Published by C.L. Barnhouse (CL.012-4502-00).
— miniature score —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Miniature score. International Music Co. #1371. Published by International Music Co. (IM.1371).
Saxophone — Part(s) —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Arranged by Beldon Leonard. Solo; Solo Small Ensembles; Woodwind - Baritone Saxophone Solo. Part(s). 6 pages. Belwin Music #00-FDS00314. Published by Belwin Music (AP.FDS00314).
Piano — — Classical, Contemporary
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Edited by Otto Taubmann. Arranged by Taubmann. BH Piano. Classical, Contemporary. 6 pages. Edition Fazer #M042006986. Published by Edition Fazer (HL.48000423).
Small Orchestra — Score —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Score. Published by Fennica Gehrman (FG.042-00421-0).
piano — —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Published by Fennica Gehrman (FG.042-00698-6).
Violin Or Cello, Piano — —
Composed by Armas Jarnefelt. Published by Fennica Gehrman (FG.55009-010-1).
Finnish conductor and composer. Pupil at Helsinki conservatory, later studied with Becker and Busoni in Berlin and Massenet in Paris. Became conductor at Royal Opera in Stockholm in 1907. In 1908 teacher and director at the Helsinki conservatory. Wrote for orchestra (a.o. symphonic poem "Korsholm"), also choir music, sons and chamber music. His sister was Aino Sibelius, wife to Jean Sibelius.