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    Posted: July 08 2006 at 07:49
I'm not sure if I'm being bullied by admin or my internet is acting up, but this is the second time I'm posting this thread (on which topic they were no results when I searched). Either way, here goes...

I was looking into Museo Rosenbach, since Zarathustra came so highly recommended, and I stumbled across this. It seemed like an interesting enough project and I wanted to know if anyone here has heard it, and whether its worth getting a hold of?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 08 2006 at 09:27
I know of its existence, as I lived in Finland for almost 6 years. I've seen other reviews on other websites, and it seems the thing is quite good. As far as  I can remember, it should be here on PA too. Unfortunately I haven't heard it yet, but I know the story very well, and I even have a very valuable edition of the Italian translation of the Kalevala. I've actually done some research on the poem and written a few things - but I think our Finnish friends will be able to tell you much more.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 08 2006 at 11:29
Very good symphonic rock; practically all songs are interesting, ambitious and worth listening; neither one is masterpiece, but masterpieces are rare birds ... so I'll rate it with 4/5.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 08 2006 at 13:37
Originally posted by Sathvik

I'm not sure if I'm being bullied by admin or my internet is acting up, but this is the second time I'm posting this thread (on which topic they were no results when I searched). Either way, here goes...

I was looking into Museo Rosenbach, since Zarathustra came so highly recommended, and I stumbled across this. It seemed like an interesting enough project and I wanted to know if anyone here has heard it, and whether its worth getting a hold of?
 
Niether Dathvik (we are certainly not "bullies"!).
 
A quick use of the search facility would have revealed that your thread had simply been relocated to the correct section.
 
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