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Roine Rautio (1934-1960): Symphony in D minor (1960)

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« on: September 17, 2022, 01:10:21 am »

Roine Rautio was born in Petrozavodsk (Soviet Karelia) in 1934, as the youngest of the three sons of the composer Karl (or Kalle) Rautio, who had moved to Petrozavodsk in 1922, and was to become the author of the Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic's state anthem.

Successful and promising both as a composer and as a conductor, Roine Rautio died with his brother Heino in 1960, in a boat accident on Lake Onega.

This recording of his four-movement symphony comes from a rare Melodiya LP, released in 1962. The Karelian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Aleksandr Dmitriev:

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