Scaramouche (Sibelius)

Incidental music by Jean Sibelius

The composer in 1913
Catalogue Op. 72
Composed 1913 (1913)
Performed 12 May 1922 (1922-05-12)
  • piano
  • orchestra

Scaramouche, Op. 72, is incidental music by Jean Sibelius for a tragic pantomime by Poul Knudsen (1889–1974). Sibelius composed the work in 1913. It was first performed at Det Kongelige Teater in Copenhagen on 12 May 1922, conducted by Georg Höeberg.[1][2]



  1. "Incidental music / Op. 71 Scaramouche". Jean Sibelius. Finnish Club of Helsinki. Retrieved 4 December 2015.
  2. Barnett, Andrew (2007). Sibelius. Yale University Press. pp. 236–237.
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