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1. Prelude - Mikko Heiniö - Mikko Heiniö

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  1. Mikko Heiniö (born on 18 May ) studied composition with Joonas Kokkonen in Finland and Witold Szalonek in West Berlin, gaining his composition diploma from the Sibelius Academy in He also studied musicology and in earned a doctorate in the subject from the University of Helsinki, where worked as an assistant
  2. The Three folk songs for double mixed choir (1. Tirlil, 2. Sommernacht, 3. Der Spielman) were completed while Mikko Heiniö studied in Berlin, They were commissioned by Hans Hilsdorf, who was then Heiniö's teacher in orchestra conducting, and he specifically requested folk songs. Although these songs are primarily arrangements, Heiniö wanted to avoid the typical chunk-by-chunk verse.
  3. Feb 09,  · Flutist Ilari Lehtinen and guitarist Patrik Kleemola perform an early work by Mikko Heiniö, Champignons à l´herméneutique () - a divertimento for flute and guitar. The concert was.
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  5. Shop for the Warner Chappell Music Three Finnish Folksongs, Op. 28 (No. 1: Tirlil) SATB Composed by Mikko Heiniö and receive free shipping on your order and the guaranteed lowest price.
  6. Mikko Heiniö was born in in Tampere, and studied composition with Joonas Kokkonen and piano with Liisa Pohjola at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki from to , and then studied composition with Witold Szalonek in West Berlin from –77 while at the same time beginning studies in musicology at the University of Helsinki. He.

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