Here's a work by a Finnish composer of whom I'd never heard until just the other day. It's the Third Symphony in F Major, Op. 40, composed by Erkki Melartin in 1907. I find it reminiscent of Gustav Mahler's work. The four movements are:
1 - Allegro moderato 00:00
2 - Andante 09:08
3 - Scherzo (Vivacissimo) 18:19
4 - Largo 28:34
Interesting music, and a nice change of pace from last week's rock memorial.