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For the Stage

Pieni merenneito (The Little Mermaid) (2014), 50′

for actors, dancers, 4 female voices, mixed choir, wind orchestra and tape

text by Tuula Penttilä, based on a fairy tale by H.C. Andersen

Fp: Sibelius Institute, ARX, AIMO, Hippalot (Arts festival for children), Verkatehdas, Hämeenlinna (Finland), August 1, 2015

Orchestra

Ad astra (2014), 8′

string orchestra

Fp: October 6, 2015, Hämeenlinna City Orchestra, Sampsa Ertamo, cond.

Vortex (2013), 20′

orchestra 2222 2200 11 0 str

(as yet unperformed)

Axiom (2014), 10′

brass orchestra: 4hn, 4trp, 3trbn, euph, 2tba, timp, 3perc

Fp: Ultra Brass, cond. Juha Untala, Tampere (Finland), March 11, 2014

The Stream (2012), 13′

orchestra 2222 2000 10 str

Fp: Lappeenranta City Orchestra, cond. Tibor Bogányi, Lappeenranta (Finland), October 3, 2013

Migrating Birds (2012), 8′

Muuttolinnut

string orchestra (without double bass) or eight string players

(there is also a version for eight violins or violin sections)

(suitable for young players and students)

Fp: Sibelius Institute, cond. Vesa Kankainen, Tervakoski (Finland), March 13, 2013

Regalia (2012), 7′

4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones

Fp: Ultra Brass, cond. Juha Untala, Tampere (Finland), November 15, 2012

Festive Overture (2011), 10′

Juhla-alkusoitto

orchestra 2222 4330 11, str

Fp: Sinfonia Lahti, cond. Okko Kamu, Lahti (Finland), December 6, 2011

Hommage à Jarmo Sermilä (2009), 6′

Kunnianosoitus Jarmo Sermilälle

string orchestra, solo violin

Fp: Hämeenlinna City Orchestra, cond. Tuomas Pirilä, Hämeenlinna (Finland), December 1, 2009

String Squad (2006), 12′

String orchestra

(this composition is based on an earlier work of mine named Gamba Squad for 2 discant viola da gambas, 2 tenor viola da gambas, 2 bass viola da gambas)

Fp: Hämeenlinna City Orchestra, cond. Sampsa Ertamo, Hämeenlinna (Finland), April 15, 2008

Soloist and orchestra

Midas (2010), 30′

solo piano and orchestra 2222 2200 10, str

(as yet unperformed)

Young Lucifer (2007), 15′

Nuori Lucifer

solo viola da gamba and string orchestra

Fp: Mikko Perkola, gamba, Mikkeli City Orchestra, cond. Esa Heikkilä, Mikkeli (Finland), March 6, 2008

Chamber

Magick (2017), 15′

solo double bass (amplified), 2 clarinets, 4 horns, 2 bassoons, 1 percussion

Commissioned by Petri Mäkiharju

Fp: Tampere Filharmonia Chamber Ensemble, Tampere, May 7, 2017

Flow (2016), 13′

6 pianos

Fp: Sibelius Institute, Verkatehdas, Hämeenlinna (Finland), February 16, 2017

Flux (2015), 14’30”

6 pianos

Fp: Sibelius Institute, Verkatehdas, Hämeenlinna (Finland), February 26, 2016

Constructed Improvisations (2014), 8′

2 guitarists

Fp: Ismo Eskelinen, Jarmo Julkunen, Tampere (Finland), April 2014

The Sonic Golem (2012), 15′

baryton, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, 2 natural horns in C

(as yet unperformed)

Migrating Birds (2012), 8′

Muuttolinnut

eight violins or violin sections

(there is also a version for string orchestra (without double bass) or eight string players)

(suitable for young players and students)

The Inner Garden (2012), 8′

Sisäinen puutarha

baryton, viola, cello

Fp: Finnish Baryton Trio (Markus Kuikka, baryton, Markus Sarantola, viola, Jussi Seppänen, cello), Helsinki (Finland), March 3, 2012

(there is also a version for viola da gamba, viola, cello)

Unison (2010), 5′

flute, horn, string quartet

Fp: Uusinta ensemble, Helsinki (Finland), February 15, 2011

Septet (2009, rev. 2010), 13′

Septetto

clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello, double bass

Fp: Kallio-Kuninkala Music Festival, Tuusula (Finland), June 13, 2009

Hive Mind (2009), 15′

flute, clarinet, 2 violins, viola, cello

Fp: GT-ensemble, Veikkola (Finland), September 20, 2009

The Earth Was Without Form and Void (2009), 9′

Maa oli autio ja tyhjä

string quartet

(this composition is based on an earlier work of mine named Slow March for organ)

Fp: Uusinta ensemble, Helsinki (Finland), April 14, 2009

Gamba Squad (2006), 12′

2 discant viola da gambas, 2 tenor viola da gambas, 2 bass viola da gambas

Fp: Spirit of Gambo, Hämeenlinna (Finland), November 28, 2006

Flirt (2006), 6′

wind quintet: flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon or 2 flutes, clarinet, horn, trombone

Fp: Kallio-Kuninkala Music Festival, Tuusula (Finland), June 12, 2009

Solo

Budo (2016), 7′

seven concert toms

Originally composed for unique single headed Concert Toms made by Kumu (2015) for percussionist Antti Polameri

Fp: Sibelius Center, Hämeenlinna, May 19, 2017

Opal (2014), 7′

solo violin

(as yet unperformed)

Imp (2012), 5′

harpsichord

Upcoming premiere: Ere Lievonen, 28.10.2013, Tulindberg Hall, Oulu (Finland)

Rosaries (2011), 10′

viola da gamba

(there is also a version with live electronics)

Fp: Mikko Perkola, Hämeenlinna (Finland), April 15, 2011

Centaur (2010), 8′

piano

Fp: Seppo Salovius, Helsinki (Finland), February 15, 2011

Dryad (2009), 8′

piano

Fp: Seppo Salovius, Helsinki (Finland), February 15, 2011

Hydra (2008), 7′

piano

Fp: Seppo Salovius, Helsinki (Finland), February 15, 2011

Slow March (2007), 7′

Hidas marssi

organ

Fp: Matti Oikarinen, Musica Tavastica, Hämeenlinna (Finland), October 25, 2007

Sparkler (2000), 5′

guitar

Fp: Mikko ikäheimo, Musica Nova Festival, Helsinki (Finland), February 29, 2004
Publisher: Uusinta Publishing Company Ltd.

Electro-acoustic

Aulanko (2015), 10’17”

music for photographs by Vilja Tamminen (tape)

Fp: music video at an exhibition in GalleriaKONE, Verkatehdas, Hämeenlinna (Finland) October 31 – November 24, 2015

Elektrosaarna (2011), 14′

tape

Fp: Verkatehdas, Studio, Hämeenlinna (Finland), April 15, 2011

Rosaries (2011), 10′

viola da gamba and live electronics

(there is also a version without live electronics)

Fp: Mikko Perkola, Hämeenlinna (Finland), April 15, 2011

Upcoming performance: Mikko Perkola, 15.11.2013 Renko Church, Renko (Finland)

Portrait of a Whale (2003), 12′

Valaan muotokuva

viola da gamba and tape

Fp: Mikko Perkola, Mariehamn (Finland), August 13, 2005

Paimen (2003), 11′

altoflute and tape

Fp: Lauri Toivio, Helsinki (Finland), March 26, 2006

Vocal

Vipunen (2016), 6’30”

tenor, piano

lyrics: Kalevala XVII (excerpts)

dedicated to Erkki Korhonen on the occasion of his 60th birthday

Fp: Tuomas Katajala, Tuomas Nikkanen, Hämeenlinna Town Hall, September 10, 2016

Four Koans (2016), 20′

vocal ensemble SSAATTBB

Commissioned by Lumen Valo

Suven laulu (2016), 11′

mixed choir, flutes (minimum 2), soprano recorders (minimum 2), strings

language: finnish (Text by P.O. Eticus-Apparatus software, University of Helsinki)

Fp: Järvenpää Church 31.8.2016 (Kotimusiikkiviikko)

Ditt vackra ansikte (2014), 6′

mixed choir SATB

lyrics: Heikki Hirvonen

(as yet unperformed)

Kantaatti / Cantata (2013), 27′

mixed choir, orchestra 1010 2000, str

language: phonetic text

Movements:

I tukobrias gaur

II unasata iobrasaet

III gita gaurias

Fp: The Chamber Choir VOKaali, Hämeenlinna City Orchestra, cond. Sampsa Ertamo, Hämeenlinna (Finland), April 8, 2014

Vinterelegi (2012), 5′

male or female voice and piano

lyrics: Heikki Hirvonen

language: swedish

(there is high and low versions available)

Sibylla (2008), 15′

female voice, baryton, viola da gamba

language: phonetic text

Fp: Marie Vassiliou, female voice, Jeremy Brooker, baryton, Markus Kuikka, viola da gamba, The International Baryton Symposium, Helsinki (Finland), May 24, 2009

(There is also a version for female voice and 2 viola da gambas. Fp: Tuuli Lindeberg, female voice, Varpu Haavisto and Mikko Perkola, viola da gambas, Helsinki (Finland), February 15, 2011)

Lorelei (2006), 16′

soprano and string orchestra

language: phonetic text

Fp: Tuuli Lindeberg, soprano, Hämeenlinna City Orchestra, cond. Sampsa Ertamo, Hämeenlinna (Finland), April 15, 2008

Arrangements

Kadonnutta taikaa etsimässä (2009), 4′

voice and string orchestra

composer: Jarmo Julkunen

lyrics: Arno Kotro

language: finnish

Fp: Mikko Perkola, voice, Mikkeli City Orchestra, cond. Kirmo Lintinen, Mikkeli (Finland), February 2009

Other

PANDORA II (2014)

Music Boxes (5)

Sampsa Ertamo, composer

Tuulia Penttilä, cabinetmaker and designer

Simo Ylitalo, clockmaker

at Rajapinnat Exhibition 2014, Fiskars (Finland)

PANDORA I (2013)

Music Box

Sampsa Ertamo, composer

Tuulia Penttilä, cabinetmaker and designer

Simo Ylitalo, clockmaker

at ILOA Exhibition 2013, Fiskars (Finland)