Jean Sibelius: Hymn to the Earth

Jean Sibelius - Hymn to earth

Last updated Mar 3, 2020 | Published on Jan 10, 2019

Jordens sång, Hymn to the Earth, Op. 95. A gorgeous cantata for mixed choir and orchestra by Jean Sibelius. 

Enjoy Paavo Jârvi with the Ellerhein Girls’ Choir, the Estonian National Male Choir and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra.

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