3 Piano Pieces, Op.3b (Kuula, Toivo)

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Elegia (No.1)

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Publisher. Info. Helsinki: Edition Fazer, n.d.
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Misc. Notes Somewhat similar thematic material appears in Melodrama (recitation with piano), the other musical number in the play.
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Häämarssi (No.2)

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Publisher. Info. Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, 1922. Plate 17886.
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Pikku gavotti (No.3)

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General Information

Work Title 3 Piano Pieces
Alternative. Title
Composer Kuula, Toivo
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.3b
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 pieces
  1. Elegia / Elegy (1908)*
  2. Häämarssi / Wedding March (1908)*
  3. Pikku Gavotti / Little Gavotte (1906)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1906-1908
First Performance. No.1: 1908-03-27 in Helsinki
No.2: 1908-05-05 in St Petersburg, Finnish Church (M. Putro, organ) & 1908-05-06 Terehov Palace (T. Kuula, piano)
First Publication. 1908 (Elegia, Häämarssi) - Helsinki: A. Apostol, Plate 114
1920 (Pikku Gavotti) - Helsinki: A.E. Lindgren, Plate 1165
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano

Misc. Comments

  • Elegia belongs to music for the play "Isä & tytär" (Father & daughter) and currently has a catalogue designation Op.3c No.1. Wedding March was composed for the nuptial ceremony of Yrjö Putkinen & Emmi Silventoinen (younger sister of Alma, who became Kuula's 2nd wife), the ceremony took place in Church of St Mary's (also called the Finnish Church) and was initiated by this piece, M. Putro playing the organ (although it's not intended for that instrument). After midnight, during the celebrations and party held in Terehov Palace, the March was played again, this time by the composer himself at the piano.