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Theh Goldest Op.27

Symphonic Poem in five movements, dedicated to Randi Karlsen. Written for the conductor Ari Rasilainen and Jyväskylä Sinfonia, Finland.

Category: Symphony Orchestra

Instrumentation: 2-2-2-2 4-2-3-1 Timp Arp Perc: 3 Str

Composer: Flint Juventino Beppe

Year composed: 1997

First performance: May 6, 1998

Duration: 36:50


  1. «Neck» (9:20)
  2. «Scent» (6:40)
  3. «Mark» (6:30)
  4. «Infinity» (6:20)
  5. «Heart» (8:00)

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First performed by Jyväskylä Sinfonia / Ari Rasilainen and the ballet-ensemble Tanssikoulu Sara. Also performed and recorded by the Norwegian Radio Orchestra / Ari Rasilainen (1998).

«Neck» — Looking around, you may always turn to the soft side of existence.

«Scent» — Expecting something to move, there is much to find in the room.

«Mark» — No need to get lost, as your soul rests at a clear point.

«Infinity» — As I say when all my different feelings collapse in a positive way.

«Heart» — Leave the rainfall in peace. No more waiting for nothing. You'll always be there.

Flint Juventino Beppe

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