Synonyms for viimeinen or Related words with viimeinen
Examples of "viimeinen"
The literal translation of the original title "Espoon
neitsyt" would be "the last virgin of Espoo".
" (English: "The Last of the wilds") is a single by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, released on December 5, 2007.
Atlantis (in English "The Last Atlantis") is the fourth album by Finnish thrash metal band Stam1na. It was released on February 10, 2010. It features keyboardist Emil Lähteenmäki for the first time as a permanent band member.
Instead of instrumental tracks, the second disc featured a collection of B-Sides from the singles "The Islander", Bye Bye Beautiful, and "Erämaan
", excluding only the instrumental version of Escapist.
Alizad started his TV-career with the fashion show Dresscode in 2001. Since then he has done another fashion show (Unisex), two travel shows (Loman Tarpeessa, Arman Reilaa), and one martial arts TV-series, Kill Arman. His more recent series are Arman ja
ristiretki and Arman pohjantähden alla. In
ristiretki (lit. Last crusade), Arman visits people and places that are completely outside western culture. In Pohjantähden alla (lit. Under the pole star) he travels inside Finland to show things that others close their eyes from.
Nightwish's debut album "Angels Fall First" had one song in the Finnish language, but since then the band has only written songs in English, with the only exceptions being "Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan" from the "Once" album (2004), the single "Erämaan
" (2007), which is a vocal version of the instrumental "Last of the Wilds", and "Taikatalvi" ("Magic Winter") from "Imaginaerum" (2011). Holopainen thought that he was very uncertain about the lyrics of "Erämaan
", because he is of the opinion that writing in Finnish is rather hard, and has said that "Finnish [could] quickly sound really cheesy."
Saila Laakkonen is a Finnish actress who acted in the popular Finnish soap series Salatut elämät (2006–2007) and its spinoff Romeo & Rafael Desperados (2008). In the series she played a teenager mother Emma Ilola. She has also performed in the TV movie "Espoon
neitsyt" aka "Suburban Virgin".
In 1971, Irwin released an album featuring actor Esa Pakarinen. His 1972 album "Kohta taas on joulu" consists of Christmas carols. The later songs ("Suruton nuoruusaika", "Maailma on kaunis", "Ai, ai, ai, kun nuori ois" and "
laulu") were often dark when compared to songs from the 1960s and 1970s.
" is not an exact replica of "Last of the Wilds". It has vocals and lyrics, there is no seashore-sound in the beginning, there is an additional keyboard-track in the C-part and the kantele-outro has been removed.
As of January 2008, the album has topped the album charts in six countries; the singles, "Amaranth" and "Erämaan
" have both reached the first position on Finnish charts. According to Last.fm, "Dark Passion Play" is their most played album, and its successful single "Amaranth" has as of February 2009 been holding the position of most played song since its release.
Ijäs' first exercise in feature-length filmmaking was co-writing the Finnish-Hungarian coproduction "Duty Free Marriage" ("Vámmentes házasság", 1980), directed by János Zsombolyai, and Mikko Niskanen’s youth drama "Gotta Run!" ("Ajolähtö", 1982). After these, Ijäs became writer and director for Yle's TV1 channel, making highly individual television comedy dramas such as "The Last Gig" ("
keikka", 1984) "The Wrestler" ("Painija", 1985), and "Katsastus" (1988).
The connecting thought in Peter von Bagh's production is the history of everyday Finnish life: images of details conveying something of what the life of the Finns has been like. The films "Vuosi 1952" ("The Year 1952", 1980), "
kesä 1944" ("The Last Summer 1944", 1992), "Helsinki, Forever" (2008) and "Splinters – A Century Of An Artistic Family" (2011) provide a magnifying glass for peeking at history, defined by a certain moment in time, location, or an artistic family.
During the Civil War in Finland, in February 1918, General Mannerheim, the commander of the anti-communist White Guards, wrote his famous Order of the Day, in which he declared that he would not set his sword to the scabbard ""until Lenin's last soldier and hooligan is deported from Finland and White Karelia"" ("... ennen kuin
Leninin soturi ja huligaani on karkoitettu niin hyvin Suomesta kuin Vienan Karjalastakin.").
Nocebo is the fifth album by Finnish thrash metal band Stam1na. It was released on February 8, 2012. The album name refers to a harmful reaction after taking a supposed placebo. The album was composed mainly by Antti Hyyrynen and Pekka Olkkonen along with Kai-Pekka Kangasmäki, who made his composing début on their prior album called "
Atlantis", only this time composing two songs.
Häyrinen was also a noted actor in films. He made memorable appearances in such films as "Hätävara" (1939), "Rikas tyttö" (1939) and "
vieras" (1941) which was his first film as a leading actor. One of Häyrinen's best remembered performances is the role of a radio reporter Toivo Teräsvuori in a Matti Kassila film "Radio tekee murron" (1952). He also appeared in the sequel, "Radio tulee hulluksi" (1952). During his career, Häyrinen directed only one film, "Iskelmäketju" (1959).
In 1910 the theater group of the society performed several plays in Imatra Hall, such as Pimeyden valta (the power of darkness), Charleyn Tähti (the star of Charley), Jeppe Niilonpoika (Jeppe the Nilsson), Tukkijoella (on the log river), Roinilan Talossa (in the house of Roinila), and
Ponnistus (the last effort). As special performances they performed Kristitty (the Christian) and Kun piiat ovat lakossa (when the hired girls are on strike).
The third single of the album was "Erämaan
", a previously unreleased vocal version of the instrumental "Last of the Wilds". It was released in Finland only on December 5, 2007. On this song, Jonsu of the Finnish pop and rock band Indica performs the Finnish vocals. "Bye Bye Beautiful", the fourth single, was released on February 15, 2008, and concerns the 2005 dismissal of Turunen, as does one other song on the album (Master Passion Greed). The single includes yet another bonus track, "Escapist", which is also included on the Japanese version of Dark Passion Play. Within a week after the release, the fifth single was announced to be "The Islander". It was released over a month after the release of its music video, shot in late 2007 in Rovaniemi in Finnish Lapland.
Stam1na's self-titled debut album, released on 2 March 2005, reached No. 13 on the Finnish album charts. Their second album, "Uudet kymmenen käskyä", was released on 10 May 2006 and did even better on the charts, reaching No. 3 on its first week. Claiming critical acclaim by heavy touring and winning several awards in Finland, and making their debut in Germany by touring with Apocalyptica in the autumn of 2007, they proceeded to release their third album "Raja" in February, 2008, which went straight to No. 1 on the Finnish album chart in the first week. 10 February 2010, Stam1na released their fourth album titled
Atlantis, which translates as "The Last Atlantis", which also went straight to first place on the Finnish album chart, topping among others HIM's new release, and was certified gold by ÄKT in its first week of sales. In 2012 Stam1na released their fifth album entitled Nocebo, produced by Joe Barresi. Nocebo topped the Finnish album chart and was certified gold on the day of its release. Their sixth album, SLK, was released in February 2014. Stam1na made a historical series of performances in summer 2015 by playing the Pronvissirock festival on four consecutive days, playing a different album from their discography in its entirety on each day. They released their seventh studio album Elokuutio on 16 March 2016.
"Taikatalvi" is Nightwish's first real intro song, and one of few Nightwish songs performed entirely in Finnish (alongside "Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan" from "Once", "Erämaan
" from "Dark Passion Play" and "Lappi (Lapland)" from "Angels Fall First"). The song also introduces the "snow flake theme" of the album and movie, as the Finnish word "taikatalvi" means "winter magic". It is also the Finnish title of the book Moominland Midwinter. "Storytime" was released as the first single of the album on November 9, 2011, and quickly topped the Finnish single charts. Holopainen has described it as the band's first single to represent the entire album, being different from the singles "Eva" and "Amaranth" which Holopainen didn't feel do the same for "Dark Passion Play". He has also said that it greatly represents the band as a whole, with "punchy riffs and a melodic chorus" and an orchestra heavy C-part. "Ghost River" has been described as "a duel between the Devil and Mother Gaia", and is more theatrical and "weirder" than the rest of the album. It was also one of the first songs on the album to be written.
Virolainen had a variable, often tense relationship with President Kekkonen, who considered him an unreliable, too frequently opinion-changing politician (Juhani Suomi, "A Ski Trail Being Snowed In: Urho Kekkonen 1976-1981" / Umpeutuva latu. Urho Kekkonen 1976-1981, Helsinki: Otava Publishing Ltd., 2000). Virolainen himself claimed that the two basic reasons for their tense relationship were that he had never been a member of the right-wing, nationalist Academic Karelia Society (Kekkonen had, until 1932), and that he was a teetotaller (Kekkonen drank and at times smoked) (Johannes Virolainen, "The Last Electoral Term" /
vaalikausi, Helsinki: Otava Publishing Ltd., 1991). Moreover, Kekkonen was unconvinced that Virolainen always supported his official foreign policy toward the Soviet Union. In June 1979, he publicly rebuked Virolainen, who was then Speaker of Parliament, for "bearing a false testimony" about Finland's foreign policy, and for harming Finland's international relations. Shortly before this harsh accusation, Virolainen had suggested in an interview by the Suomen Kuvalehti magazine that the National Coalition Party had remained in the opposition despite its major victory in the 1979 parliamentary elections because of "general reasons" or foreign policy (Suomi 2000; Pekka Hyvärinen, "Finland's Man: Urho Kekkonen's Life" / Suomen mies. Urho Kekkosen elämä, Helsinki: Werner Söderström Publishing Ltd., 2000; Seppo Zetterberg et al., eds., "A Small Giant of the Finnish History" / Suomen historian pikkujättiläinen, Helsinki: Werner Söderström Publishing Ltd., 2003).
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