Live: Contemporary

Nagoya Marimbas

PaukenfEst Ensemble
Nagoya Marimbas by Steve Reich
Live recording from the concert of the Academical Male Chorus of Tallinn University of Technology, May 16th, 2009, the Hall of Tallinn University of Technology; 5 min 45 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


In the Mystical Land of Kaydara

In the Mystical Land of Kaydara, an African initiation rite by Peeter Vähi
Tanel Padar (narrator), Mati Turi (tenor), Rauno Elp (baritone), Priit Volmer (basso), Girls’ Choir Ellerhein, Estonian National Male Choir RAM, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mihhail Gerts
Live recording, Oct 11th, 2015, Estonia Concert Hall; 1 h 2 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


John Tavener − Towards Silence

Insomnia Quartet, String Quartet Prezioso, String Quartet of Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Tobias String Quartet, Handbell Ensemble Arsis, Madis Metsamart (Tibetan temple bell), conductor Aivar Mäe, introduction by Peeter Vähi
Ikon of Joy / SorrowThe Last Sleep of the Virgin, and Towards Silence by John Tavener
Live recording from the concert arranged by Eesti Kontsert, Oct 19, 2014; St Nicolaus’ church, Tallinn, recorded by Estonian Public Broadcasting, sound engineer Maido Maadik; 1 h 23 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Insula Deserta

Insula Deserta by Erkki-Sven Tüür
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Kristiina Poska
Live recording at Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 15th, 2014, sound engineer Maido Maadik; recording courtesy of Kristiina Poska, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and Klassikaraadio; 9 min 36 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Enter Denter

Tallinn Chamber Orchestra with Kristjan Randalu (piano, improvisations)
Nach dem Anfang vom Ende, Enter Denter
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Tartu University Hall, July 19th, 2009; in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting; 1 h 8 min, mp3, 128 Kbps


Arvo Pärt & Peeter Vähi

Orient & Occident by Arvo Pärt, A Chant of Bamboo by Peeter Vähi
Neeme Punder (bamboo flute), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Eri Klas (conductor, percussion)
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Aug 20th, 2005, Pärnu Concert Hall; sound engineer Tanel Klesment, 27 min 57 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Mary Magdalene Gospel

Mary Magdalene Gospel (Oratorio based on the Coptic Codex). Music by Peeter Vähi. Performed by Sevara Nazarkhan (Mary Magdalene − soprano), Priit Volmer (Jesus − basso), Tõnis Mägi (narrator), Riga Dom Cathedral Boys Choir, Mixed Choir Latvija, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
Live recording, St Peter’s Church, Riga, on Aug 19th, 2011, engineered by Modris Berzins, 1 h 8 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Da pacem Domine

Raschèr Saxophone Quartet
Da pacem Domine by Arvo Pärt
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival; Jul 24th, 2012; St John’s church, Tartu; 8 min 14 sec, mp3, 160 Kbps


Estonian Electroacoustic Music

Taavi Kerikmäe (synthesizer), Margo Kõlar (carillon, bells), Sven Grünberg (synthesizer, computer), Peeter Vähi (synthesizer-workstation, rainmaker, maracas), Vambola Krigul (marimba, gran cassa, rainmaker, thunder sheet, windbells, cymbals, tam-tam), Tammo Sumera (live electronics, sound engineering)
Võnked ja võnkumised 2 (‘Vibrations and Oscilliations’, première) by Taavi Kerikmäe, Tornikellade laul (‘Carillon song’) by Margo Kõlar, Nägemus (‘Vision’, première) by Sven Grünberg, Rainmaker by Peeter Vähi
Concert series Mystical Sounds of Eesti Kontsert, the National Concert Institute of Estonia. Live recording from Estonia Concert Hall; Feb 28th, 2015. Recorded by Tanel Klesment / Estonian Public Broadcasting; 56 min 28 sec; mp3, 320 Kbps


Cantilena

Performed by Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin) and Marko Martin (organ)
Cantilena for violin and organ by Rein Rannap
Live recording, Aug 24th, 2013, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, engineered by Tanel Klesment / Klassikaraadio, 15 min 11 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Liminal

Nick Tsiavos Ensemble (Australia)
Liminal by Nick Tsiavos

Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, on July 19th, 2013; 59 min 3 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Abschlusskonzert des Usedomer Musikfestivals

Maarika Järvi (flute), NDR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Peeter Vähi − Flute concerto Chant of the Celestial Lake
Live recording from Usedom Music Festival, Germany, 2013; 26 min 14 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Glasperlenspiel Sinfoniatta / Antarctic Concerto

Performed by Rémi Boucher (guitar), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta and conductor Andres Mustonen
Song on the Occasion of Czarina Yevdokia Taking the Veil by Galina Grigorjeva, Guitar Concerto No 2 (Antarctic Concerto) by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, Apr 8th, 2014, Klaipėda Concert Hall, festival Klaipėda Musical Spring, 47 min 38 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Bram Kortekaas


VU Orkest (the Netherlands), conductor Daan Admiraal
Foreign Body by Bram Kortekaas
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival on Jul 16th, 2014, Tartu St John’s church; 19 min 10 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Wordless Message

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Martin Daněk (oboe, Czech Republic / Germany), conductor Andres Mustonen
Being Mountain I Remain Silent by Helena Tulve, To His Holiness by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from the opening concert of Glasperlenspiel Festival, July 18th, 2013, Tartu St John’s church, in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting, engineered by Aili Jõeleht; 33 min 23 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Musical Quarter of an Hour

Performed by Katō Kuniko (vibraphone, crotales)
Pärt, Donatoni
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, July 15th, 2014, Tartu St John’s church, 21 min 13 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps, recorded / engineered by Peeter Vähi


MustonenFest Tallinn − Tel Aviv

Muki Zohar (oboe), The Israel Camerata Jerusalem, conductor Andres Mustonen
Forty-two and In memoriam HM by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, Feb 25th, 2017, Tel Aviv Museum of Art; 9 min 35 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Prayer Wheel

Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra (Taiwan)
Dancing Strings I by Li Chi-Ye, Prayer Wheel by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, July 15th, 2014, Tartu St John’s church, 22 min 40 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Ensemble Nomad

Ensemble Nomad (Japan), Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Ekaterina Levental (mezzo-soprano, harp, Holland)
Contour Lines by Kondo Jô, Gambang Suling by Taku Junichirô, Rustles in the Ancient Court by Masumoto Kikuko, Desiderata by Rijndert van Woudenberg, Qu’est-ce qui se passé? by Fukushi Norio
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, on July 22nd, 2013; 1 h 5 min, mp3, 256 Kbps


Chrysanthemum Garden Chant

Tokyo Philharmonic Chorus, Fujisaki Shigeyasu (shinobue-flute, Japan), Matsubara Chifuru (conductor, Japan)
Cantata Chrysanthemum Garden Chant for mixed choir and shinobue-flute, music by Peeter Vähi, haiku-lyrics by Matsuo Bashô
Live recording in Pärnu Concert Hall, Estonia, July 16th, 2006; 22 min 23 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Oskar Luts − 125. “Kevade” (“Spring”) − 100

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Kadri Tegelmann (mezzo-soprano), conductor Toomas Vavilov
Musica profana by Lepo SumeraPaunvere mäletamine (Memories of Paunvere, world première) by Urmas Lattikas
Live recording, July 28th, 2012, Palamuse church, Estonia, recorded by Peeter Vähi, 36 min 25 sec, mp3, 160 Kbps


A Chant of Bamboo

Tallinn Chamber OrchestraSlava Grigoryan (guitar), Neeme Punder (flute, bamboo flute), Harry Traksmann (violin), Andres Uibo (organ), Nils Rõõmussaar (oboe), Kaido Kelder & Peeter Vähi (tānpūrās), Risto Joost (conductor)
A Chant Of BambooMystical UnitingWhite Concerto, and Forty-two by Peeter Vähi
Live recording in Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, March 16th, 2006; 49 min 13 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


send / receive / resound

Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor – Paul Mägi
composers’-trio Krigul-Valkonen-Steiner (world première)
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Jun 27th, 2009, open air stage of Vormsi island, Estonia; 29 min 32 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Supreme Silence

Kadri Voorand (vocal), Estonian National Male Choir (RAM), Handbell Ensemble Arsis, Peeter Vähi (mantra recitation, synthesizer), conductor Mikk Üleoja
Supreme Silence by Peeter Vähi
Live recording on Oct 13th, 2013, Estonia Concert Hall, sound engineer − Siim Mäesalu (Estonian Public Broadcasting), 43 min 49 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

OPENING CONCERT OF ESTONIAN MUSIC DAYS 2010
Lauri Jõeleht

Guitar quartet Sammel-Ogorodnikov-Tilk-Jõeleht, Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe), Marrit Gerretz-Traksmann (piano), Vambola Krigul (perc), Anto Õnnis (perc)
AmplaMessengerChant, and Consolator (world première) by Lauri Jõeleht
Live recording, in co-operation with Estonian Composers’ Union, March 22nd, 2010, House of Blackheads, Tallinn; 34 min 7 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

Andrus Kallastu

Repoo Ensemble
Cassandra’s Dream Song for flute solo by Brian Ferneyhough; Welt gebaut ist and Amor – Mors by Andrus Kallastu
Live recording, in co-operation with Estonian Composers’ Union, March 22nd, 2010, House of Blackheads, Tallinn; 38 min 59 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

Liis Jürgens (Viira)

Una Corda, Kadri Hunt (voc), Iris Oja (mezzo-soprano), Jandra Puusepp (alto sax), Vambola Krigul (perc)
Kolm neitsi loitsu (lyrics by Liis Jürgens, world première), Chaconne ehk 50 ringi Erkki-Sveni terviseksBulgakov’s Songs (lyrics by Nikolai Bulgakov), and Tuulepesa by Liis Jürgens
Live recording, in co-operation with Estonian Composers’ Union, March 22nd, 2010, House of Blackheads, Tallinn; 27 min 51 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

Peeter Vähi

Jana Kask (vocal, tānpūrā), Hele-Riin Uib (skor thoms, taiko-drum, marimbaphone, sistrums, dingsha-cymbals, gamelan-gongs, timbales, thunder sheet, rainmaker), audience (vocal chorus), Peeter Vähi (keyboards)
Green Tārā (traditional lyrics in Sanskrit, arrangement for 3 musicians), Rainmaker (world première), and The Chimney Sweeper (lyrics by William Blake, world première) by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, in co-operation with Estonian Composers’ Union, March 22nd, 2010, House of Blackheads, Tallinn; 33 min 18 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Opening concert of Glasperlenspiel 2010

Tallinn SinfoniettaSlava Grigoryan (guitar, Australia), conductor Risto Joost
Kaumann Symphony No 1 (première), Vähi The White Concerto
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Jul 15th, 2010, Tartu St John’s church, in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting; 39 min 28 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Neue Musik International

Ensemble Octopus (Germany), conductor Konstantia Gourzi
Program: Drei Lieder nach Sonetten von William Shakespeare by Stefan Lienenkämper, Suite Le coeur de la matière by Matthias Müller, Manchay Puitu by Alejandro Iglesias Rossi
Live recording on Mar 17th, 2011, Großer Konzertsaal, Munich; 49 min 41 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Kuiper Code

Tobias String Quartet & Igor Garšnek (synthesizer)
Kuiper Code by Igor Garšnek
Live recording from Suure-Jaani Music Festival, June 19th, 2008, sound edited by I Garšnek; 9 min 30 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Pastoral of Computerized World

Oksana Sinkova (flute), Andreas Lend (cello), Lea Leiten (piano)
Pastoral of Computerized World by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from series Elite Concerts; Estonia Concert Hall, Oct 13th, 2012, recorded by Estonian Public Broadcasting, engineered by Aili Jõeleht, 11 min 2 sec, mp3, 192 Kbps


Arvo Pärt & Pärt Uusberg

Chamber choir Collegium Musicale, conductor Endrik Üksvärav
Bogoroditse Djévo (A Pärt), Taaveti laul nr 121 (P Uusberg), Which Was the Son of… (A Pärt)
Live recording on Apr 2nd, 2011, Niguliste church, Tallinn; 25 min 21 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Sven Grünberg & Igor Garšnek

String Quartet Prezioso, Igor Garšnek (synthesizer), Sven Grünberg (electronics)
Observer (première) bt S Grünberg, Kuiper Code by I Garšnek
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Music Festival on July 12, 2014, Tartu St John’s church; engineered by Tammo Sumera; 19 min 42 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Teardrop-Fantasy

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Risto Joost
Teardrop-Fantasy by Tõnu Kõrvits (world première)
Live recording by Estonian Public Broadcasting at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, sound engineer Siim Mäesalu, July 21st, 2011; 7 min 21 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Return to Nowhere

Peeter Vähi (synthesizer), Madis Metsamart (percussion), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
Return to Nowhere for synthesizer, percussion and symphony orchestra by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from Estonian Music Days, Apr 2007, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; 21 min 57 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


a Sagrada Família

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Mikhail Leontyev (St Petersburg)
Chamber Symphony La Sagrada Família by Rein Rannap: Mov I Pastorale, Mov II Ostinato, Mov III Tarantella, Mov IV Chorale
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, July 19th, 2012, St John’s Church, Tartu, 41 min 55 sec, mp3, 160 Kbps


Music for Heart and Soul

Glasperlenspiel SinfoniettaMartin Daněk (oboe, Czech Republic), Ksenia Sidorova (accordion, Latvia)
To His Holiness by Peeter VähiAdagio Nostalgie by Enri Lolashvili, The Pilgrim Reflects by Duncan Ward (première), Tres santimentos by Klaus Paier
Live recording by Latvian Radio at the festival Artissimo (organized by 
Herman Braun Foundation), St John’s church, Riga, Latvia, Aug 8th, 2013; 49 min 3 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Call of Sacred Drums

Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester, Hayashi Eitetsu taiko-ensemble, conductor Kristjan Järvi
Call of Sacred Drums by Peeter Vähi
Live recording by MDR, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Germany, Sep 30th, 2012; 38 min 1 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Ülo Krigul, Peeter Vähi

Glasperlenspiel SinfoniettaMartin Kuuskmann (bassoon, Estonia / Canada), Olev Ainomäe (oboe), conductor and violinistAndres Mustonen
Bassoon Concerto GOIN’ (première) by Ülo Krigul, Forty two and In Memoriam HM by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Jul 10th, 2014, Tartu St John’s church, in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting; 41 min 50 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta / showcase in London

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe), Andres Mustonen (conductor, violin solo)
In memoriam HM (arrangement for chamber orchestra) by Peeter VähiIllusion from Show for chamber orchestra by Erkki-Sven Tüür
Live recorded by Jüri Tallinn / Estonian Video Production, St Giles’ Crippelgate / Barbican, London, Jan 22nd, 2014; 9 min 2 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Awakening Bell

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Meelis Vind (bass clarinet), conductor Mikk Murdvee
Concerto for bass clarinet and chamber orchestra Awakening Bell (Äratav kellahelin) by Ardo Ran Varres
Live recording from première at Glasperlenspiel Festival; Jul 11th, 2014; St John’s church, Tartu; 29 min 7 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Raschèr Saxophone Quartet − Violet Winds

Violet Winds, concerto for saxophone quartet and chamber orchestra Peeter Vähi
Raschèr Saxophone Quartet, Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Andres Mustonen
Live recording from première at MustonenFest, Feb 5th, 2015, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; sound engineer Kaspar Karner / Estonian Public Broadcasting, 26 min 11 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Puudutus / Touch

Martin Kuuksmann (bassoon)
Puudutus / Touch by Tõnu Kõrvits
Live recording, Oct 4th, 2014, Estonia Concert Hall; 5 min 43 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Chant of the Celestial Lake

Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Maarika Järvi (flute), conductor – Neeme Järvi
Flute concerto Chant of the Celestial Lake by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, Apr 27th, 2002, Detroit, USA; 27 min 51 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Chant of the Celestial Lake

Maarika Järvi (flute), Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Flute concerto Chant of the Celestial Lake by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, June 20th, 2003, Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 28 min 25 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Chant of the Celestial Lake

Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (Göteborgs Symfoniker / Sveriges Nationalorkester), Maarika Järvi (flute), conductor – Neeme Järvi
Flute concerto Chant of the Celestial Lake by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from Göteborgs Konserthus, Sweden, May 13th, 2004; 30 min 4 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Peeter Vähi


Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Olev Ainomäe (oboe), Mari-Liis Uibo (violin), conductor Andres Mustonen
Forty-two for oboe and chamber orchestra, Concerto of Light and Shadow for violin and symphony orchestra by Peeter Vähi
Live recording from XXX Tallinn International Organ festival, Aug 7th, 2016; recorded by Aili Jõeleht / ERR, edited by ERP; 39 min 30 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Tiit Kikas

Tiit Kikas − electric violin, laser harp, Peeter Vähi − keyboards, Grett Semidor − tānpūrā, Kaisa Nõges − tānpūrā
Music by Tiit Kikas, Peeter Vähi (première)
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, July 9th, 2016; 41 min 19 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Fruition

Täitumine (Fruition) for violin and chamber orchestra by Mariliis Valkonen
Juta Õunapuu-Mocanita (violin), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Atvars Lakstīgala
Live recording from Estonian Music Days, Apr 12th, 2015, ERR, engineered by Aili Jõeleht; 8 min 20 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Hypnosis

Hypnosis for flute, violin, cello and percussion by Mariliis Valkonen
NYYD Ensemble
Live recording from the Autumn Festival of Estonian Academy of Music, Oct 3rd, 2003, engineered by Tanel Klesment; 5 min 34 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


In Your Heart

Sinu südames (In Your Heart) for female choir by Mariliis Valkonen (lyrics by Rabindranath Tagore, translated by Stella Noa)
The Academic Women’s Choir of the University of Tartu, conductor Triin Koch
Live recording from St Merchant Guild, Tallinn, Mar 31st, 2013, engineered by Siim Mäesalu; 4 min 59 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Takeoff

Usalduse jõgi (River of Trust, lyrics by Mathura) for mixed choir, Lendutõus (Takeoff, lyrics by Artur Alliksaar, Marie Under, Mathura) for mixed choir and string quertet by Mariliis Valkonen
Chamber choir Collegium Musicale, Vambola Krigul (tubular bell), string quartet Prezioso, conductor Endrik Üksvärav
Live recording from Tallinn Music Week, St Merchant Guild, Tallinn, Mar 28th, 2014, engineered by Tanel Klesment; 18 min 28 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Nada

Piano Concerto Nada by Toivo Tulev
Age Juurikas (piano) and YXUS Ensemble
Live recording from Estonian Music Days, Estonia Concert Hall, Apr 12th, 2016, ERR, engineered by Teet Kehlmann; 29 min 41 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Birthday Korale NJ 80

Kristjan Järvi. Birthday Korale NJ 80 (première)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kristjan Järvi
Live recording by Klasssikaraadio / ERR, June 6th, 2017, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; producer Kersti Inno; 10 min 33 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Hiroshima − Nagasaki

Hiroshima − Nagasaki: Ilmutus by Malle Maltis, Kooskõla by Liisa Hirsch, Loomine by Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes, Taeva ja maa vahel (I Taevas, II Eikusagil, III Langemine) by Helena Tulve, Tuli by Malle Maltis, Tuul and Tühjus by Toivo Tulev, Sünd by Eugene Birman
Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, voice effects − Iris Oja, Tarmo Johannes, conductor − Andrus Kallastu, haikus − Doris Kareva, producer − Ülo Vihma
Live recording by from Festival Glasperlenspiel, July 10th, 2017, St John’s church, Tartu, Estonia; engineered by Johannes Vähi, 1 h 5 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Peeter Vähi. To the Mother

Peeter Vähi. To the Mother for oboe and chamber orchestra
Juliana Koch (oboe), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live, Sep 27th, 2017, Estonia Concert Hall, premiere recording, engineered by Tanel Klesment / ERR, 5 min 6  sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Peeter Vähi. To the Mother

Peeter Vähi. To the Mother for oboe and orchestra
Juliana Koch (oboe), Osnabrücker Symphonieorchester, conductor Andreas Hotz
Live, January 2018, recorded by Norddeutscher Rundfunk, 5 min 2  sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Bronze Reflections

Arsis handbell ensembles, conductor Aivar Mäe
Estonian folk tune arranged by Tõnu Kõrvits Come, Little Coddy; Peeter Vähi Bronze Reflections 
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Music Festival, July 15th, 2018, St John’s church, Tartu; 17 min 45 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Tamberg. Flute Concerto

Maarika Järvi (flute), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paavo Järvi
Flute Concerto, op 115 by Eino Tamberg
Live recording from David Oistrakh Festival, Pärnu, Estonia, June 28th, 2003; 21 min 35 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps