Synonyms for ihminen or Related words with ihminen
Examples of "ihminen"
The program name refers to Veikko Lavi's perhaps best-known song "Jokainen
on laulun arvoinen".
2.0: Geneettisen valikoinnin ja parantelun eettiset kysymykset.Gaudeamus 2012. ISBN 978-952-495-249-1
In August 2008, Timo Pieni Huijaus and Pyhimys released an album "Arvoitus koko
" which peaked at number 16 on the Official Finnish Album Chart. His first solo album "Emävale" followed in November 2010. The album peaked at number 11 on the Official Finnish Album Chart and featured guest appearances by fellow rappers such as Elastinen, Illi and Joniveli.
Toivo Veikko Vepa Lavi (23 April 1912, in Kotka – 22 May 1996, in Hamina) was a Finnish singer, songwriter and author. Lavi made his first album in the early 1950s and became popular again in the late 1960s. His best known hit was perhaps "Jokainen
on laulun arvoinen" (1976). Lavi was a prolific songwriter, renowned performer and socially active until his death.
Luihin ja ytimiin is Mokoma's sixth album. It was released 2007. Luihin ja ytimiin is not as Death metal as their previous effort Kuoleman laulukunnaat. The album was released in three different versions. Besides normal digipak-edition there was limited edition, which had photographycollage made by Joonas Brandt. It also had interview about the album by vocalist Marko Annala and guitarist Tuomo Saikkonen and music video of "Nujerra
In September 2007, Pyhimys released his first official album "Salainen Maailma". The album received generally positive reviews, although some critics blamed it for being too long and for exhausting listeners with too much lyrical content. His second album "Tulva" followed just six months later in March 2008, and in August 2008, Pyhimys collaborated with a fellow rapper Timo Pieni Huijaus on an album "Arvoitus koko
Asioita joista vaietaan (‘Things that people keep quiet about’) is the debut LP by the Finnish gospel artist Jaakko Löytty, released in 1974 by Kirkon nuorisotyön keskus (‘Church centre for youth work’) as NKLP-2. It was one of the first gospel album released in Finland, preceded perhaps only by the LP "
" by the Helsinki group Dominicones (1973, NKLP-1) and the album "Hän muutti kaiken" by the group Pro Fide, likewise released in 1973.
He wrote: Rock can be broken in short time, but you can not get it back artificially. Nature must be respected, and should be touched cautiously. By this way nature and humans can create brilliant work, that prove good national sense and civilized nature. ( "Kallio on lyhyessä ajassa rikki räjäytetty, mutta uutta ei sen tilalle voi keinotekoisesti saada. Luontoa on kunnioitettava, ja siihen on kajottava varovasti. Silloin luonto ja
voivat loihtia suurenmoisia töitä, jotka todistavat tekijänsä ja kansakunnan hyvää aistia ja korkeaa sivistystasoa.")
Juha Leevi Antero Tapio (born February 5, 1974) is a Finnish pop singer, lyricist, composer and guitarist. Tapio began with the first band to play rock in Ylistaro the age of 13. He was influenced by the Red Song Book. His first two albums were gospel, three more secular pop music. His album "Mitä silmät ei nää" (2003) sold gold and the album "Kaunis
" (2006) reached platinum. Originally from South Ostrobothnia and he now lives in Tuusula. He is married to Raija Mattila, and together they have two sons, Mikael and Akseli.
Copyright © 2017