Finnish music stars born in 1952

Here are 6 famous musicians from Finland were born in 1952:

Kaija Saariaho

Kaija Saariaho (October 14, 1952 Helsinki-) a.k.a. Saariaho or Saariaho, Kaija is a Finnish composer.

Discography: Private Gardens, Graal Théâtre - Solar - Lichtbogen, A Portrait of Kaija Saariaho, From the Grammar of Dreams, Cinq Reflets de L'Amour de Loin / Nymphea Reflection / Oltra Mar (Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Jukka-Pekka Saraste), , Lichtbogen/ Io/ Verblendungen/ Stilleben, Notes on Light / Orion / Mirage (Orchestre de Paris), and .

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Pekka Pohjola

Pekka Pohjola (January 13, 1952 Helsinki-November 27, 2008) a.k.a. Pohjola, Pekka was a Finnish musician.

His albums: Heavy Jazz: Live in Helsinki and Tokyo, Changing Waters, B the Magpie, Pewit, Space Waltz, Urban Tango, Views, Pihkasilmä kaarnakorva, Pihkasilmä kaarnakorva / Harakka Bialoipokku and Everyman / Jokamies. His related genres: Jazz fusion and Progressive rock.

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Riki Sorsa

Riki Sorsa (December 26, 1952-) a.k.a. Sorsa, Riki is a Finnish , .

His albums include Parhaat, Parhaat, In My Vision, , , , , , This Is the Night and .

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Topi Sorsakoski

Topi Sorsakoski (October 27, 1952 Ähtäri-August 13, 2011 Seinäjoki) also known as Pekka Tammilehto or Sorsakoski, Topi was a Finnish , .

His discography includes: Muukalainen, Yksinäisyys osa 2, Evergreens, Iltarusko, Kalliovuorten kuu, Yksinäisyys, Hurmio, , and Kulkukoirat.

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Muska

Muska (June 28, 1952 Helsinki-) a.k.a. Muska Babitzin or Marija Babitzin is a Finnish singer and actor.

Related albums: Hitit, , , and . Genres she performed include Pop rock, Schlager music and Finnish rock.

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Jukka Tolonen

Jukka Tolonen (April 16, 1952 Helsinki-) a.k.a. Tolonen, Jukka is a Finnish , .

His albums include Tolonen!, Hysterica, A Passenger to Paramaribo, Crossection, The Hook, Summer Games, The Hook / Hysterica, Tolonen! / Summer Games, and Jukka Tolonen and Coste Apetrea in Concert.

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