from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Sibelius, Jean 1865-1957. Finnish composer whose romantic nationalistic works include the symphonic poems Finlandia (1899) and Valse Triste (1903).

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  • n. Finnish composer (1865-1957)


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  • Sibelius is from KANSAS – a Military Industrial state par excellence, making Sibelius a “twofer” (white woman and M-I rep).

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  • This was followed by Salonen’s own Wing on Wing emphasizing this series’ interest in Sibelius’s influence on modern composers and a chance to make a direct connection with the local audience here who have had numerous experiences over the last few years to hear this piece commissioned in honor of the opening of Walt Disney Concert Hall.

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  • I'm warming to the idea of Sibelius as VP as others have suggested, but an weighing her potential to bring in Clinton supporters nationwide with Richardson's potential to deliver New Mexico and/or Colorado.

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  • Washington Post calls Sibelius "a rising star," she's been an advocate for children's health issues; USDA's largest and fastest-growing programs are for federally subsidized nutrition programs for infants and children.

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  • The eighth-graders are using a program called Sibelius

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  • MuseScore is a free cross-platform WYSIWYG music notation program, that offers a cost-effective alternative to professional programs such as Sibelius and Finale.


  • Say the name "Sibelius," and the answer you'll most likely get is "Finlandia," the name of the

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  • How Spotify works in practice: You'll write "Sibelius" to search field and it gives you a list of 235 albums of Sibelius 'music with 3772 tracks.

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  • Eric Kujawsky conducts Redwood Symphony in Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 6," Sibelius '"Violin Concerto" with Li Pan, "Tulsa" by Gillis.


  • Mr. Botstein is founding co-director of the Bard Festival, that annual musical and intellectual banquet in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y., which this year trains its collective eye on Sibelius, whose oeuvre has long been regarded as Finland's greatest musical symbol.

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