Finnish composer Leevi Antti Madetoja (1887-1947) carried nationalist romanticism into the 20th Century while also synthesizing much of the newer French music into his works. His teachers included Sibelius and D'Indy. He taught, held administrative positions, wrote and provided music criticism for newspapers, and conducted as well as writing music in a number of genres, including opera, choral, and symphonic.
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