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Luc Robert. La donna è mobile. Verdi

Peeter Vähi. In the Mystical Land of Kaydara

Great Maestros I−V. Kalle Randalu, Neeme Järvi, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra

Eduard Tubin. Works for Violin and Piano. Vol 1

Keyboard Juggleress (Irina Zahharenkova, DVD)

Arsis. Legend

Magic of Sound (Ralf Taal)

Maria Magdalena (Sevara Nazarkhan, Riga Dom Cathedral Boys Choir, State Choir Latvija, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra)

Joy and Sorrow Unmasked (European Union Baroque Orchestra, Lars Ulrik Mortensen)

Locus amoenus (René Eespere)

The Best of Arsis Bells (Arsis, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian National Male Choir, Aivar Mäe)

Faust (Ain Anger, Estonian National Opera)

Modigliani − the Cursed Artist (Estonian National Ballet, Risto Joost)

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List of main works

 

Orchestral works

A CHANT OF BAMBOO for bamboo-flute (recommended Japanese uta-shinobue, 6 hon-choshi) and chamber orchestra (tubular bells, bronze plate, 4 tom-toms, vl solo, vl I, vl II, vla solo, vla, cello solo, cello, dbl bass), 16 min, 2001, commissioned by Hiroyuki Koinuma & Tallinn Philharmonic Society, published by ERP, premiere recording by ERP; first page, press resonance
player fragm, live rec, 2 min 59 sec, mp3; live video with Neeme Punder (bamboo flute), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta and conductor Jüri Alperten on YouTube player

CHANT OF THE CELESTIAL LAKE, the concerto for flute and string orchestra (vl I, vl II, vl III, vla I, vla II, cello I, cello II, dbl bass), 1999, 29 min, score 146 pages, commissioned by CCn’C Records and Tallinn Philharmonic Society, published by CultureWare Music Publ (Germany), premiere recording by CCn’C (Germany) with Maarika & Kristjan Järvi and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, performed in Estonia, USA, Germany, Japan, Sweden; first 25 pages of the score (A3), press resonance; buy CD
player fragm, 4 min 36 sec, mp3; live recordings

CALL OF SACRED DRUMS for taiko ensemble and symphony orchestra, dedicated to Sherab Dölma, 30 min, commissioned by Grafenegg Festival, première by Hayashi Eitetsu ensemble, Tonkünstler Symphony Orchestra and Kristjan Järvi, first page, press resonance
player fragm, 2 min 59 sec, live rec with Eitetsu Hayashi’s taiko-ensemble, Vienna Tonkünstler Symphony Orchestra and conductor Kristjan Järvi, mp3

GUITAR CONCERTO NO 2 (ANTARCTIC CONCERTO) for guitar and sinfonietta orchestra (and video ad libitum), 2011−2012, ca 28−30 min, commissioned by EBCOG 2012, première on May 10th, 2012 in Nordea Concert Hall, Tallinn by Rémi BoucherGlasperlenspiel Sinfonietta and conductor Andres Mustonen, published by ERP; orchestra: amplified guitar, fl, ob, cl in A / B-flat, bsn, tr in C, campanelli, crash cymbal, (bass) drum, 2 foil sheets, water, vl I, vl II, vla, cello, dbl bass; performed in Estonia, Lithuania, Russia; first 20 pagesplayer listen to the live recording, press resonance

TO HIS HOLINESS for oboe and string orchestra (vl I, vl II, vl III, vl IV, vla I, vla II, cello I, cello II, dbl bass), 2013, ca 16−17 min, dedicated to His Holiness XXXVII Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche, première − July 18th, 2013 in Tartu St John’s church by Martin Daněk (oboe), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta and conductor Andres Mustonen, premiere recording by Estonian Public Broadcasting, published by ERP; score (pages 11−14), live recording, press resonance

BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH for symphonic wind orchestra, 2010, ca 12 min, commissioned by Tartu Hanseatic Days, premiered on July 17th, 2010 at Tartu Town Hall square by the Orchestra of the Estonian Defence Forces and conductor Peeter Saan, premiere recording in the studio of Estonian Public Broadcasting (2012), first release on CD (Rhapsody of Winds) 2015, published by ERP, first 10 pages, press resonance
player fragm, 3 min 5 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

RETURN TO NOWHERE for synthesizer, percussion and symphony orchestra; 4 Fr horns, 1 tr in D, 2 tr in C, 3 trb, tuba, 1 perc (4 cymbals, triangle, windchimes, crotales, tam-tam, 4 tom-toms, 4 kettle drs), synth, pre-recorded audio track (ad libitum), vl solo, 1st vl, 2nd vl, vla, cello solo, cello, dbl bass; 20 min, 2007, première − Apr 2007 in Tallinn by Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, commissioned by Estonian Music Days, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, published by ERP, score (fragm, pages 26−42, pdf), press resonance
player fragm, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, live rec, 3 min 36 sec, mp3

CONCERTO OF LIGHT AND SHADOW for violin and orchestra; 2 fl, 2 ob, bsn, 2 tr in C, 2 trb, timp (4), 1 perc (campanelli, splash and crash cymbals, 3 tom-toms, 2 crystal bowls), vl I, vl II, vla, cello, dbl bass; ca 30−31 min; 2015−2016, dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Tallinn International Organ Festival; commissioned by Eesti Kontsert, the state concert institute of Estonia; première in Estonia Concert Hall on Aug 7th, 2016; first performers Mari-Liis Uibo (violin), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta and conductor Andres Mustonen; score 120 pages, fragment of the score (pages 81−112), published by ERP 2016, press resonance

CHAPTER TWO for symphony orchestra, 13 min, 2003/04, commissioned by the city of Tartu and Vanemuine Concert House, premiered by Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, published by ERP, first page

VIOLET WINDS, Concerto for saxophone quartet and chamber orchestra; 1 perc (campanelli, 2 tenor drums, rainmaker), vl I, vl II, vla, cello, dbl bass; duration 26 min, 2013, commissioned by Raschèr Saxophone Quartet and Eesti Kontsert, published by ERP, planned première 2015, Tallinn, last 30 pages of the score, press resonance

REMINISCENCES OF YOUTH for flute, cello and chamber orchestra; 1 perc (campanelli, 2 tenor drums), 1st vl, 2nd vl, vla, cello, dbl bass; 11−13 min, 2014, commissioned by David Oistrakh Festival, published by ERP, premiered on July 19th at Pärnu Music Festival / Järvi Academy, first performers Maarika Järvi (flute), Teet Järvi (cello), Järvi Academy Symphony Orchestra and conductor Maestro Neeme Järvi, score (fragm, pages 17−39, pdf), press resonance

Concerto No 1 (THE WHITE CONCERTO) for guitar and orchestra (2 fl, ob, kettle dr, vl I, vl II, vla, cello, dbl bass), commissioned by Boris Björn Bagger, 3 movements, 18 min, 1991, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Tiit Peterson and Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, first 7 pages, buy the score from Di-Arezzo or jpc; press resonance
player performed by Slava Grigoryan, mov III, fragm, live, 4 min 14 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps

FUGUE AND HYMN for symphony orchestra (and synthesizer ad libitum), 9 min, 1982, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Electroshock Records, buy the score from Di-Arezzo or jpc; press resonance
player Estonian National Symphony Orchestra & Peeter Lilje, fragm, 4 min 20 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

GATES, suite for symphony orchestra, 5 movements, 1982, 12 min, premiere recording by Melodiya

FORTY-TWO for oboe and chamber orchestra (2 fl, Fr horn, organ or harpsichord, vl I, vl II, vla, cello, dbl bass), dedicated to Elsvis Presley, Joe Dassin and Vladimir Vysotsky, 5 min, premiere recordings by Tallinn Chamber Orchestra (2006, ERP), score (fragm, pages 1−7)
Watch the live video recordings of Forty-two: Alexey Utkin and Russian State Academic Chamber Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Society, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (5 min 11 sec) ; Glsperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Andres Mustonen (7 min 3 sec) ; listen player fragm, live, 1 min 17 sec, mp3

CONCERTO PICCOLO for harpsichord and chamber orchestra (tr in B-flat, vl I, vl II, vla, cello, dbl bass), 3 movements, 1976, 14 min, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Antes Edition Classics, buy the score from Di-Arezzo, buy CD; press resonance
player fragm, 2 min 26 sec, mp3

CONCERTO GROSSO for symphony orchestra, 3 movements, 1980, 11 min, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Melodiya

CONCERTO FOR TWO CHAMBER ORCHESTRAS, 3 movements; orchestra I (2 ob, bassoon, tr, vl solo, 1st vl, 2nd vl, vla, cello, dbl bass), orchestra II (2 fl, tr in D, snare dr, harpsichord, 1st vl, 2nd vl, vla, cello, dbl bass); commissioned by Yleisradio (Finland) and Estonian Radio, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Yleisradio, score (fragm, pages 1−20, pdf), press resonance

HANDBELL SYMPHONY for handbells and symphony orchestra, 3 movements; 2 fl, 2 ob, bassoon, 2 tr in C, kettle dr, 1 perc (2 temple blocks, tenor dr), handbells (6 octaves), 1st vl, 2nd vl, vla, cello, dbl bass; 30 min, 1995, commissioned by English handbell ensemble Arsis, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Antes Edition Classics, 10 pages of the score (Movement II),  press resonance; buy score, buy CD
player Arsis & Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, fragm, 60 sec, mp3

OCCIDENTAL PARANOIA, concerto for piano and symphony orchestra, 5 movements, 1997, 40 min, commissioned by Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, first page, press resonance

SILVER CONCERTO for soprano saxophone, percussion and chamber orchestra, 22 min, commissioned by Anders Paulsson and the Festival of Estonian Music, 1998, published by CultureWare Music Publ, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, first page, press resonance
player mov I, Anders Paulsson & Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, fragm, 1 min 54 sec, mp3

NATURE MORTE WITH ORGAN for organ and symphony orchestra, 1982, premiered by Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, published by Edition 49, buy the score from Di-Arezzo or jpc

REVERENCE, fugue on two themes by J S Bach, arrangement for string orchestra, 4 min, 1978, published by ERP, score (fragm, pages 1−8, pdf)

IN MEMORIAM HM, arrangement for symphony orchestra (original version for early music ensemble), 4 min, 2005, published by ERP, premiere recording by Liepaja Symphony Orchestra, score (fragm, pages 1−5)
Watch the live video recording of In memoriam HM (5 min 59 sec)
player live audio-recording, fragm, mp3, 1 min 44 sec

 

Oratorial works, cantatas, choral music

SUPREME SILENCE for female voice, male choir (TTTT, BBBB), Tibetan ritual instruments (ad libitum) and handbell ensemble, 4 movements, lyrics in Tibetan and Sanskrit, 1997, duration 49 min, commissioned by Nyyd-Festival and Estonian National Concert Institute, published by CultureWare Music Publ, performed in Estonia, Latvia, Germany; premiere recording by CCn’C, first pagepress resonance; buy CD
player mov IV, Estonian National Male Choir & Kristjan Järvi, fragm, 3 min 11 sec, mp3

PEUANGELION KATA MARIHAMM (MARY MAGDALENE GOSPEL), oratorio for (mezzo-)soprano, basso, narrator, boys’ choir (SS, AA), mixed choir (SS, AA, TT, BB), nature sounds and symphony orchestra; 7 movements, lyrics in Coptic language, 2010–2011, duration ca 65 min, commissioned by State Choir Latvija and International Sacred Music Festival, published by ERP, première: Aug 19th, 2011, Riga. The Baltic Assambley Prize for the Arts 2013. 10 pages of the score (Movement V He who has ears to hear...), press resonance; buy CD
player Mary Magdalene Gospel, live recording, St Peter’s Church, Riga, 69 min 14 sec, mp3
player a fragment from Super Audio CD Maria Magdalena (Movement I, 3 min 35 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps)

IN THE MYSTICAL LAND OF KAYDARA for narrator, vocal soloists (tenor, baritone, basso), girls’ chor (SS, AA), male choir (TT, BB) and symphony orchestra; duration ca 60 min, 2014, commissioned by Eesti Kontsert, published by ERP, premiere recording by Estonian Public Broadcasting

ALSO SPRACH NIETZSCHE for tenor and basso soloists, male choir (TTTT, BBBB) and tubular bells, lyrics in German by Friedrich Nietzsche, 12 min, 2004, commissioned by Estonian Music Days, published by ERP, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, first page, press resonance
player fragm, Estonian National Male Choir RAM, live rec, 3 min 49 sec, mp3

GREEN TĀRĀ, cantata for female voice, girls’ choir (SSSS, AAAA), trombones and percussion, lyrics in Tibetan and Sanskrit, 29 min, commissioned by Ellerhein Girls’ Choir, 2000, published by ERP, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, first page, press resonance, a fragment with video in player YouTube
player Sevara Nazarkhan & Ellerhein, fragm, 3 min 5 sec, mp3

PLANET CANTATA for countertenor soloist, male choir (TTTT, BBBB), handbell ensemble and tānpūrā, lyrics in English by J−E Berendt, 19 min, 1999, commissioned by Universal Records, published by CultureWare Music Publ / Sony Music, premiere recording by Universal, first page, press resonance
player Estonian National Male Choir, fragm, 2 min 37 sec, mp3

CHRYSANTHEMUM GARDEN CHANT, cantata for mixed choir (SSSS, AAAA, TTTT, BBBB) and bamboo-flute (recommended: Japanese uta-shinobue, 3 and 8 hon-choshi), lyrics in Japanese language by Matsuo Bashō (1644−1694), duration 15−19 min, 2005, published by ERP, commissioned by Tōkyō Philharmonic Chorus, première on 6th Oct 2005 in Tokyo, premiere recording by Nippon Hoso Kyokay (NHK), first page
player live recording in Tokyo by NHK, fragm, 1 min 47 sec, mp3

NEW YEAR CANTATA for boys’ choir (SS, AA, TT, BB) and English handbells, lyrics in Latin − anonymous & Fidelis Rädle, ca 15 min, 2006, commissioned by Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir, première in Dec 2006 in Riga, first page

BEHIND THE GREAT WATER (in Latvian Aiz Daugavas vara dārzs) for mixed or chamber choir (SS, AA, TT, BB), based on Latvian folk songs, traditional lyrics in Latvian language, duration ca 5 min, 2013, commissioned by European Capital of Culture 2014, premièred − Mar 15th and 16th, 2014, Riga, Latvia first performers Kamēr and conductor Jānis Liepiņš; first audio and video recordings by Latvian Radio and TV; CD and the score released in 2014, published by ERP, first 7 pages, press resonance
player fragm, 2 min 5 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

LULLABY OF ST MARY’S LAND for mixed choir and symphony orchestra, 13 min, 1980, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Estonian Radio
player fragm, 3 min 57 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

2000 YEARS AFTER THE BIRTH OF CHRIST for vocal soloists, early music consort, girls’ choir (ad libitum) and symphony orchestra, lyrics by German Christian poets, 60 min, 1990, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Antes Edition Classics, first page, press resonance, buy the score from Di-Arezzo

VALGUSE KUNINGAS, cantata for girls’ choir (SS, AA) and organ, lyrics (in Estonian) by Doris Kareva, 4 movements, commissioned and premiered by Ellerhein Girls’ Choir, published by ERP


Chamber music, organ music

DIGITAL LOVE for flute and violin, 9 min, 1993, published by Edition 49, No M-2043-0191-1, premiered in Estonia, USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, etc; première recording by Antes Edition Classics, buy the score from Edition 49 or Di-Arezzo, press resonance
player
fragm, 4 min 6 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

TO HIS HIGHNESS SALVADOR D for flute, violin and guitar, also the arrangement for violin, vibraphone and guitar, 3 movements, 12 min, 1989, commissioned by Camerata Tallinn, Award of Estonian Music 1990, published by Edition 49, performed in Estonia, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, etc; premiere recording by Warner Classics / Finlandia Records, download 2 first pages of the score, buy the score from Di-Arezzo or Edition 49press resonance
player mov I, fragm, 3 min 29 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps; player mov III, fragm, 2 min 50 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

MYSTICAL UNITING for flute, violin and guitar, also there are arrangements (1) for flute and guitar, (2) for violin and guitar, (3) for flute, violin, guitar and chamber orchestra, (4) for flute, guitar and tānpūrā; 9 min, 1991, commissioned by Camerata Tallinn, published by Edition 49, No M-2034-0174-4, first 5 pages of the arrangement for flute and guitar, No M-2043-0523-0, performed in Estonia, USA, Candada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, etc; premiere recording by Antes Edition Classics, buy the score from Di-Arezzo, Edition 49 or jpc; press resonance
player version for flute, guitar and tānpūrā, fragm, 5 min 38 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps
player live performance by Ensemble Varié, Munich / Germany, SoundCloud
Watch the video from the archive of Estonian TV (9 min 1 sec, 1991)

PIANIST’S INTERNET-WEEK for  8 pianists (16 hands, 4 pianos), percussion, overdrive electric guitar; commissioned by International Pianists Festival Piano and Estonian National Concert Institute Eesti Kontsert; première − 27th Oct 2010, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn by Piano Orchestra, duration 18 min, score 96 pages, performed in Estonia, UK, Germany; premiere recording by Estonian Broadcasting Corporation, published by ERP, first page, press resonance
Live video on YouTube:player

LIGHT RISING... for early music ensemble, lyrics in Tibetan language by His Eminence the 12th Nubpa Tulku Konchok Tenzin Rinpoche, 2011, 12 min, commissioned by Hortus Musicus and Eesti Kontsert, première − Nov 8th, 2011 in Niguliste church (Tallinn), first performer Hortus Musicus, premiere recording by Estonian Public Broadcasting, published by ERP, a page of the score, press resonance
player fragm, live rec, 3 min 24 sec, mp3

FOUR ENGRAVINGS OF REVAL for chamber ensemble (flute, violin, viola, cello, harpsichord), 4 movements, 9 min, 1988, commissioned by Tallinn Barocco, Award of Estonian Music 1989, published by ERES Edition, No 1948, premiere recording by Antes Edition Classics, press resonance; buy score

WRONG USERNAME OR PASSWORD! for soprano saxophone and celesta / piano, 2005, 10 min, commissioned by Estonian Music Festival, published by ERP, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, download first 11 pages, press resonance
player live rec, fragm, 3 min 23 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

SYMPHONY OF CONTEMPLATION, 3 pieces for piano, 1983, published by Eres Edition, No 2179, premiere recording by Eres, first page, press resonance; buy score

PASTORAL OF COMPUTERIZED WORLD for flute, cello and piano, 3 movements, 11 min, commissioned by UNESCO for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of UNESCO, 1995, published by ERES Edition, No 2710, performed in France, Laithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, etc; premiere recording by Warner Classics / Finlandia Records, download first 4 pages, press resonance; buy score
player fragm, 57 sec, mp3, 223 KB; player live, 10 min 41 sec, YouTube

DANCE OF THE MOON GODDESS for guitar, 5 min, 1996, published by Edition 49, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, first page, buy the score from Di-Arezzo or jpc; press resonance, listen on player YouTube

CHANT OF LUNAR RAINBOW for organ, commissioned by Tallinn Organ Festival, 1996, published by Eres Edition, No 2719, first page, press resonance; buy score

FATA MORGANA for piano, 5 min, 1975, published by Eres Edition, No 1947, premiere recording by Warner Classics / Finlandia Records, first page, press resonance; buy score

FORTY-TWO for oboe and organ, also there are arrangements (1) for trumpet in D and organ, (2) for electric guitar and organ, (3) for chamber orchestra, (4) for guitar solo arranged by Heili Mätlik; dedicated to Elvis Presley, Joe Dassin and Vladimir Vysotsky, 1997, published by Eres Edition, No 2730 and No 3223, performed in Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Israel, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tadjikistan, Austria, Switzerland, etc; premiere recording by SaluMuusik, also available recordings by Elwood, ERP, etc; first page, press resonance; buy score
player fragm, performed by Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, 77 sec, mp3

REVERENCE for piano or harpsichord, fugue on two themes by J S Bach, 4 min, 1978, published by ERP, premiere recording by Melodiya, first page, ERP 2909, printed in Nov 2009

SIX PROMS, suite for Baroque organ, 2001, published by ERP, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, first page
player fragm, 1 min 48 sec, live, mp3, 320 Kbps

BRASS ECHO for 3 wind ensembles, 20 min, 2003, commissioned by Viljandi Early Music Festival, published by ERP, first page, press resonance

ALEATORY HEAVY for violin, vibraphone and electric guitar, ca 12 min, commissioned by the Festival of Estonian Music, published by CultureWare Music Publ, premiere recording by VGV Trio at Estonian Radio, first page, press resonance
player fragm, 4 min 2 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

INTRODUCTION AND FUGUE for piano, 1982, premiere recording by Estonian Radio, score (fragm, pages 1−5, pdf), ERP 2909, printed in Nov 2009

IN MEMORIAM HM for early music consort (tenor, baritone, basso, oboe, dulcian, trombone, bell, drum, positive organ, violino, tenor gamba, violone), 4 min, 2005, published by ERP, performed in Estonia, Russia, Israel, UK, Finland, Turkey, Iran, etc; premiere recording by Estonian Radio, released on CDs Helesa and Early Music of 3rd Millennium, score (fragm, pages 1−5, PDF)
player fragm, 2 min 45 sec, mp3

BRONZE REFLECTIONS for chime ensemble and two handbell ensembles, 2011, 12 min, commissioned by Arsis and festival Bells Art, première − Jun 26th, 2011 on Tallinn Townhall Square in the frame of European Culture Capital Tallinn 2011, published by ERP, a page of the score

 

Ethno, electronics

BEING AND NOTHINGNESS IN KOSTABI’S ATELIER, co-author Siiri Sisask, commissioned by Tallin Philharmonic Society, published by Maren Musikverlag 2006, premiere recording by SaluMuusik, press resonance
Video with Fine 5, Estonian TV, fragm; see video on player YouTube

APRIL NIGHT’S DREAM for electronic keyboards, percussion, gongs, phonogram and urban sounds; premiered by Peeter Vähi and Hele-Riin Uib on Apr 7th, 2017 on the roof of the Estonian Opera House, commissioned by Estonian Music Days, ca 17 min, press resonance

LIGHT OF GOLDEN DRUM for pre-recorded tape and live electronics, commissioned by NYYD-Festival, press resonance

EVENING MUSIC for violin, synthesizer and percussion, 1985, 16 min, premiere recording by Melodiya
player
fragm, 4 min 44 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

NINE MANTRAS for voices, oriental instruments and electronics, trad lyrics, 1992, 11 min,  published by Erdenklang, premiere recording by Erdenklang  

RELAXATION, therapeutic music for voices, oriental instruments and electronics, trad lyrics, 1991, 21 min, published by Erdenklang, premiere recording by Erdenklang, listen to an arranged (by Udo Hanten) fragment on player YouTube

CHOREOGRAPHIC SCENES “SLOW RUN AND RUSH” and “WHITELIGHT” for keyboards, percussion and pre-recorded sounds, 2010, 10 + 10 min, commissioned by Fine 5 Dance Theatre, première – Jun 4th, 2010 on Busan International Dance Festival (South-Korea), published by ERP, première CD-recording (short version of Whithelight) by The Wire (the UK, Nov 2011)
player Slow Run and Rush, fragm, 3 min 47 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps
player Whitelight, fragm, 2 min, mp3, 320 Kbps
Slow Run and Ruch live on player YouTube

GOTHIC TRIANGLE, tower-music, co-composed by Erkki-Sven Tüür and Lepo Sumera, commissioned by NYYD-Festival, press resonance

THE HEART OF THE BEAR, sound-track of movie, film-director Arvo Iho, a joint project of  Estonia, Germany, Russia, and Czech Republic
player performed by Wimme, fragm, 2 min 13 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

J LIVED IN INDIA for keyboards and percussion, co-composer Brian Melvin, 2004

B IN THE TEMPLE for keyboards and percussion, co-composer Brian Melvin, 2004, premiere recording by Yama Records
player fragm, 129 sec, mp3

 

Pop & rock music

JULUS CAESAR, lyrics by William Shakespeare (adapted by the composer) 
Video recording, 1980, player YouTube; released on CDs Anne Veski (Hitivabrik, 2006) and Vitamiin (Elwood, 2005)

HÄÄL JÄÄL (Voice on Ice), lyrics by Leelo Tungal, 4 min, first performers Aivar Mäe & Vitamiin, performed in Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Denmark, Iran, Belarus, the Ukraine, etc.
player
performed by Vitamiin Ensemble, fragm, 2 min 18 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps
player
version in Russian language, fragm, 2 min 19 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps
Download sheet music (PDF, 3 pages A5); released on CDs Vitamiin (Elwood, 2005) and Parimad laulud (Elwood, 1997)

OLLA VÕI MITTE OLLA? (To Be or Not to Be?), lyrics by Leelo Tungal, 1987, 4 min, first performers Tõnis Mägi, mixed choir Olevine and Vitamiin, premiere recording by Estonian Radio
player performed by Tõnis Mägi, fragm, 3 min 2 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps
Download sheet music (PDF, 9 pages A5)

ÜKS LAUL, ÜKS VIIS... (One Song, One Melody...), lyrics by Reet Linna, 4 min, first performers Ivo Linna, Tõnis Mägi, Tarmo Pihlap, Silvi Vrait, other Estonian pop-rock stars & Vitamiin, première recording by Estonian Radio, Estonian Music Award 1985, on YouTube player
player fragm, 2 min 3 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

PIDU MEIE TÄNAVAS, first performer Vitamiin, 1982, 3 min, premiere recording by Estonian Radio
player fragm, 1 min 32 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

TEIE ELU ON LÄINUD ABSURDIKS, lyrics by Priit Aimla, 4 min, first performer Siiri Sisask
player fragm, 2 min 28 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

ILUS PIKK POISS TANTSIS KAERAJAANI, lyrics by Hando Runnel, 4 min, first performer Vitamiin, first recording by Melodia
player fragm, 2 min 16 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

AEDNIKUD JÄTKE NÜÜD TÜLID, lyrics by Leelo Tungal, 1988, 5 min, first performers Erich Krieger and mixed choir Olevine
player fragm, 3 min 7 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

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