3 Songs, Op.29a (Kuula, Toivo)

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Tule armaani (No.1)

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Translator Nino Runeberg (1874-1934), Swedish text
Publisher. Info. Helsinki: O.Y. Fazer, n.d. Plate F.M. 1888.
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Pesäänsä suojeleva lintu (No.2)

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Paimenet (No.3)

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Pesäänsä suojeleva lintu (No.2)

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General Information

Work Title 3 Songs, Op.29a
Alternative. Title
Composer Kuula, Toivo
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.29a
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 songs
  1. Tule armaani (E minor)
  2. Pesäänsä suojeleva lintu (E minor)*
  3. Paimenet (G-sharp minor)*
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1914-15
First Performance. 1916-02-17 in St. Petersburg (No.1)
1916-02-24 in Helsinki (No.3)
Alma & Toivo Kuula
First Publication. 1915 - Helsinki: Puromies (No.2)
1917 - Helsinki: Fazer (HNM), plates K.G.F. 952-953 (Nos.1, 3)
Librettist 3 authors
  1. Veikko Antero Koskenniemi (1886-1962)
  2. Karl Gustaf Larson (1873-1948), as Larin Kyösti
  3. Eero Eerola (1884-1939)
Language Finnish
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, piano


Misc. Comments

  • Number 2 was commissioned by Hämeenlinnan Eläinsuojeluseura and the original version is for children's voices (in unison) with organ (or harmonium). A version for voice and piano also exists, arr. by the composer. Number 3 was given by Kuula as Christmas present to his wife, Alma, in 1915.