Seven Songs, Op. 17 (Sibelius)
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- No. 1 Se'n har jag ej frågat mera (Since then I have enquired no further) (J.L. Runeberg). Finished 1891-92; Arranged as a song with orchestra in 1903.
- No. 2 Sov in! (Go to Sleep!) (Karl August Tavaststjerna). Finished 1891−92.
- No. 3 Fågellek (Enticement) (Karl August Tavaststjerna). Finished 1891.
- No. 4 Vilse (Astray) (Karl August Tavaststjerna). First version finished in 1898, final version in 1902.
- No. 5 En slända (Dragonfly) (Oscar Levertin). Finished in 1904.
- No. 6 Illalle (To Evening) (Aukusti Valdemar Forsman, Finnish surname Koskimies). Finished in 1898. The poem was written for Koskimies' fiancée and wife, Ilta Bergroth, whose name, Ilta, means 'evening'.
- No. 7 Lastu lainehilla (Driftwood) (Ilmari Calamnius, Finnish surname Kianto). Finished in 1902. Sibelius also set the song in German, 'Der Span auf den Wellen' (translated by Alfred Julius Boruttau (1877-1940)).
- 7 Songs, Op.17: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
- Dates, etc. from A List of Sibelius' works, in order by opus number, on the Jean Sibelius website created by The Finnish Club of Helsinki (in English).
- Good background information in Songs and From Late Romanticism to a stylistic transition at the Jean Sibelius website created by The Finnish Club of Helsinki (in English).
- Lyrics below are from The LiederNet Archive
- No.1  in Swedish and English.
- No.2  in Swedish and Finnish.
- No.3  in Swedish.
- No.4  in Swedish and Finnish.
- No.6  in Finnish and English.
- No.7  in Finnish and German, 'Der Span auf den Wellen' (trans. by Alfred Julius Boruttau (1877-1940).
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