Ainola — The home of Jean and Aino Sibelius

Häkli, Esko; Blomstedt, Severi
Titel: Ainola — The home of Jean and Aino Sibelius
Författare: Häkli, Esko (Författare)
Blomstedt, Severi (Författare)
Artikelnummer: 9789522226020
Form: Mjukband
Tillgänglighet: Leveranstid 1-3 vardagar
Pris: 32,00 € (29,09 € moms 0 %)

Förlag: SKS Kirjat
Serie: Kirjokansi 89
Upplaga: 2015
Utgivningsår: 2015
Språk: engelska
Antal sidor: 175
Produktgrupp: Vår 2023
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Bibliotekssignum: 90.2 Allmän kulturhistoria
ALLFO - Allmän finländsk ontologi: kotimuseot, kulttuurihistorialliset museot, taiteilijakodit, säveltäjät, rakennukset, puutarhat, arki, yksityiskokoelmat, kirjat, musiikki, kuvataide, taiteilijayhteisöt, henkilöhistoria, historia
Ainola The Home of Jean and Aino Sibelius is a lavishly illustrated book that presents Ainola with modern and historical pictures. At the core of the book is the story of Ainola as told by four experts: its development and Sibelius life there, including everyday life at the house when enough information avout it has survived. Much attention is also paid to the composers wife Aino, without whom the major task of running the household could hardly have been successfully accomplished.

The book approaches Ainola from several defferent points of view. Ainola as it is today is presented both in words and, especially, in newly taken, high-quality photographs. Its developments over the decades starting with the Sibelius familys selection of Järvenpää as the location for their new home and the construction of Ainola are explained, illustrated with a large archive of historical photos. Everyday life at Ainola is depicted in both words and pictures.

Ainola is one of Finlands mos remarkable cultural monuments, internationally too, it is unique because everything that we see there is original and genuine. Resolute endeavours have been made to preserve Ainola in precisely the condition that it was in when Aino Sibelius passed away in June 1969. The door to this world is now opened to readers of this new book about Ainola.