[Smt-talk] G Flat Major Repertoire

Stephen Jablonsky jablonsky at optimum.net
Fri Jun 6 09:42:44 PDT 2014

Thanks Olli.

I’ll add the Janacek to the list.

As for the Kaski piece, it is on You Tube (orchestrated) and I included it because I think the list is going to be rather short, and desperate times take desperate measures…even second rate Finnish guys. Maybe I should rank the list by quality?

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On Jun 6, 2014, at 10:12 AM, Olli Väisälä <ovaisala at siba.fi> wrote:

> Comments to Stephen Jablonsky:
> First, one addition:
> Janáček: Pohádka / A Tale for cello and piano.
> Since Janáček had a clear predilection for "distant" keys, I think Janáček specialists might add more. This cello piece just happened to lie on top of our piano. (My wife plays the cello.)
> Second:
>> Kaski	Prelude, Op. 7
> I was so surprised to see this here. You really mean Heino Kaski's prelude for the piano? In fact, when I saw just the title of Stephen's mail, I thought that I might mention this piece as a kind of joke. But to my utter astonishment, it was already in Stephen's list. I had no idea this piece might be known outside Finland. To be honest, I don't think it is much worth knowing either.
> Olli Väisälä
> Sibelius Academy
> University of the Arts Helsinki
> ovaisala at siba.fi

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