Rakastava (The Lover). Comp. by Sibelius, Op.14, orig. 3 songs for unacc. male ch. with text from Book 1 of Kanteletar. 1. Where is my Beloved? 2. My Beloved's Path. 3. Good Evening, my Little Bird. Comp. 1893, f.p. Helsinki 1894. Version for male ch. and str. 1894 (unpubd.). Version for unacc. mixed ch., 1898. Rewritten version for str. orch., triangle, and timp., 1911, in 3 movts.: 1. The Lover. 2. The Path of the Beloved. 3. Goodnight—Farewell.
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