Donald Macleod presents Sibelius's late arrangements, plus a vintage performance of the finale from his great Fifth Symphony, recorded by Malcolm Sargent in 1958.
Donald Macleod explores the mythology cloaking the last decades of Sibelius' life.
He introduces a series of curious arrangements the composer made in his ninth and tenth decades, including a hymn for girl scouts. Plus a work that brings Sibelius' life and career full circle - his late revision of part of Kullervo, originally written as a young hopeful, some 60 years earlier.
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