Finnish musicians died because of Cerebral infarction

Here are 1 famous musicians from Finland died in Cerebral infarction:

Jean Sibelius

Jean Sibelius (December 8, 1865 Hämeenlinna-September 20, 1957 Järvenpää) a.k.a. J. Sibelius, Sibelius, Johan Julius Christian Sibelius , Jean Sibelus, Jean Sibelius (1865-1957), Jan Sibelius, Sibilus or Siebelius was a Finnish composer. His children are Eva Sibelius, Ruth Sibelius, Kirsti Sibelius, Katarina Sibelius, Margareta Sibelius and Heidi Sibelius.

His most recognized albums: Jean Sibelius: Orchestral Works, Tone Poems & Incidental Music, The Complete Original Piano Music, Volume 4, Sinfonie Nr. 2 / Finlandia (Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra), Violin Concerto / Serenades / Humoresque, Finlandia / En Saga / Tapiola / The Swan of Tuonela / Karelia Suite, Symphonien nos. 4-7, Symphonies 2 & 3, Complete String Quartets and Complete Symphonies. Genres: 20th-century classical music, Opera, Art song, Incidental music, Theatre Music and Classical music.

Sibelius is widely considered to be the most significant Finnish composer of the late Romantic and early modern period. He studied music in Helsinki and eventually moved to Berlin to further his education. He went on to compose seven symphonies, numerous tone poems, chamber music, and the world-famous Finlandia. His music was heavily influenced by the natural beauty of Finland, and he drew upon Finnish folklore and mythology for many of his compositions. Sibelius also played a prominent role in the development of Finnish national identity and was a vocal supporter of Finnish independence. In 1957, Sibelius passed away at the age of 91 in his home in Järvenpää, Finland.

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