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The World's Greatest Music
Today his name is used for music composing software, but the Finnish composer Sibelius deserves our attention – not least for his Finlandia and Violin Concerto.
The young Jean displayed an affinity for music from an early age, but he was hardly a prodigy. He didn’t start formal piano lessons until he was nine. But it was the violin that fired his enthusiasm, and he initially studied composition from books.
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