Sibelius Park is located in the northwest of the city centre of Helsinki. The statues in the park are relatively large. One of the statues consists of a number of hollow steel tubes arranged in a wavy shape, like a giant organ. When the wind blows This "pipe organ" will make a very pleasant sound, echoing the surrounding flowers and trees.
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Sibelius Park, a symbol of the Finnish national spirit,
The Sibelius Park on the outskirts of Helsinki is built to commemorate the Finnish great musician Sibelius. There are two sculptures in the park, one is similar to the organ. The sculpture, the other is the head of the Sibelius master.
Upper The monument consists of 600 steel pipes and was designed by the famous female sculptor Ella Hiltunen. The shape of the Sibelius Monument completely subverts the pattern of similar works and becomes the most proud urban sculpture of the Finns. This monument and the metal head of Sibelius on the red rock inlaid in the park are surrounded by the park. The shape of more than 600 silver-white stainless steel tubes resembles a giant organ and is a symbol of the immortal work of the great Finnish national musicians.
The second statue was completed on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the death of Sibelius in 1967. The statue of Sibelius is dignified, and the forehead has engraved an upward curved semicircle, highlighting his deepness and wisdom. The two sides are decorated with abstract art, so that many people who know the history of the statue have a lot of associations, and its small replicas are sent to the United Nations building for permanent display as a national gift.
is a monument, but there is no stone and no introduction to life, but a huge surrealist imagery to simulate the iron pipe combination of the organ. Look far away, like a beating note, a moving melody. I have to admire the designer's unique ingenuity, turning the cold monument into a passionate music, turning the boring inscription into a beautiful melody and an immortal hymn.
Everyone who studies the home knows that Finnish home decoration design is the only one in the world. But after you have been to Finland, you will find that Finnish design is unique in every field.
Among them, the most amazing is the sculpture made of 600 steel pipes to commemorate Sibelius, the greatest musician in Finland.
Sibelius, the Chinese may be stranger, but in Europe and America or the world, he is a great musician who can stand with Beethoven, especially Sibelius for music from all over the world. The contribution and influence of creation is incalculable.
In Europe and the United States, the name of Sibelius is a household name. The sculpture of 600 steel pipes is located in the Sibelius Park in Helsinki, Finland. In addition to the abstract statue of a pipe organ composed of 600 steel pipes, there is also a master's head sculpture.
Sibelius's music has a great influence on British and American composers, and he was regarded as the most important contemporary composer in the United Kingdom and the United States. Many British composers, such as Bacchus, Bantok, and Erlang, have imitated the style of Sibelius.
In Sibelius Park, which is only a ten minute drive from the partner island, the children on the grass and the locals who ride and run along the coast are significantly more than the visitors around the Sibelius Monument.
This modern metal sculpture, part of which is the metal head of the composer Sibelius embedded in the red rock, the other part is more famous for up to 10 meters, with more than 600 silver-white stainless steel The "forest" composed of tubes. From a distance, it is a giant organ with high and low displacement.
I went up to the bottom of this "pipe organ" and looked more visually and imaginatively. Even now, the statues that were completed more than 50 years ago are modern enough and advanced.