In Concert Live At Sibelius Hall (Blu-Ray/CD)

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Classical
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Tarja Turunen & HARUS - In Concert - Live at Sibelius Hall was filmed in December, 2009 at Sibelius Hall in Lahti, Finland, being presented together with more of an international repertoire, such as 3 different versions of Ave Maria, You Would Have Loved This and the beautiful Walking In the Air. This package features the concert on Blu-ray, along with the CD of the show.

Tarja Turunen (ex-Nightwish) & HARUS create a unique blend of organ, electric guitar, percussion and vocals. Tarja has the talent to make everything she sings sound warm and soft, appealing to the purists as well as to the fans who have followed her throughout her career with unique dedication. What stands out in this new musical adventure is the modern approach to classical music that Tarja & HARUS have collaborated on. Enchanting as ever but far away from the rock/metal star image she became famous for, Tarja cast a spell over every single person joining this atmospheric and mind-blowing magical night.

Track Listing:
Blu-Ray:
01. Heinillä Härkien
02. Ave Maria Op. 80
03. Varpunen Jouluaamuna
04. Maa On Niin Kaunis
05. Concert Etude
06. En Etsi Valtaa Loistoa
07. Arkihuolesi Kaikki Heitä
08. Improvisation on Christmas Themes
09. Ave Maria
10. You Would Have Loved This
11. Astral Bells
12. Ave Maria
13. Walking In The Air
14. Jouluyö, Juhlayö (Silent Night)
CD:
01. Arkihuolesi Kaikki Heitä
02. Ave Maria Op. 80
03. Ave Maria
04. Maa On Niin Kaunis
05. Varpunen Jouluaamuna
06. Heinillä Härkien
07. En Etsi Valtaa Loistoa
08. Jouluyö, Juhlayö (Silent Night)
09. Astral Bells
10. You Would Have Loved This
11. Walking In The Air
12. Improvisation: Variations Sur Un Noël

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