Tauno Marttinen (27 September 1912 – 18 July 2008) was a Finnish composer of contemporary classical music.
Born in Helsinki, Marttinen studied in Viipuri and Helsinki. His earliest works are mainly late romantic. His output includes ten symphonies, several concertos, operas and chamber music, among others. In 1965, Marttinen was awarded a Pro Finlandia medal.
The only worldwide Foundation "Tauno Marttisen Kunniaksi" (Foundation in honouring Tauno Marttinen) is situated in The Netherlands, with Leeuwarden as residence.
- Päällysviitta (1963)
- Kihlaus (1964)
- Tulitikkuja lainaamassa (1966)
- Lea (1967)
- Poltettu oranssi (1968)
- Mestari Patelin (1970–1974)
- Noitarumpu (1976)
- Suuren joen laulu (1980)
- Obituary (Finnish)
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