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  • '''Jean Sibelius''' (born 'Johan': 'Jean' is the [[French]] version of his name) was a [[Finnish]] composer, most fa
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Jean Sibelius]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • '''Jean Sibelius''' (born 'Johan': 'Jean' is the [[French]] version of his name) was a [[Finnish]] composer, most fa
    519 B (81 words) - 11:42, 9 June 2009
  • An [[England|English]] music critic who published books on [[Jean Sibelius]] and [[Peter Warlock]].
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  • ...[[English people|English]] [[music critic]]. He published books on [[Jean Sibelius]] and [[Peter Warlock]].
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  • {{r|Jean Sibelius}}
    429 B (56 words) - 16:43, 11 January 2010
  • ==[[Jean Sibelius]]== * [[Symphony No. 1 (Sibelius)|Symphony No. 1 in E minor]], Op.39 (1899-1900)
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  • *[[Jean Sibelius]] (Finland), seven symphonies, 1898-1924
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  • To begin with, he was strongly influenced by the Nordic styles of [[Jean Sibelius]], [[Carl Nielsen]] and [[Vagn Holmboe]]. In the 1960s, Nørgård began exp
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  • ...Alessandro Scarlatti; and the French Overture, exemplified by the works of Jean-Baptiste Lully. Both types of overture were most often structured in three ...impressions (Falla: ''Nights in the Gardens of Spain''), symphonic legend (Sibelius: ''The Swan of Tuonela''), symphonic metamorphoses (Hindemith), symphonic m
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  • ...'''François Pique''' (1758-1822). But the most famous French maker was '''Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume''' (1798-1875), who emulated the styles of both Stradiva ...ovanni Battista Lully (1632-1687), a Florentine who changed his name to '''Jean Baptiste Lully'''. He became a member of “The King’s Four-and-Twenty Vi
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