Live: Soloists

Keyboard Juggleress

Irina Zahharenkova – harpsichord, fortepiano, piano
Suite in E major (J Pachelbel), Aria and Six Variations from Hexachordum Apollinis (J Pachelbel), Sonata No 1 in G major (J Haydn), Sonata No 11 in D major (W A Mozart), Variations Lison dormait (W A Mozart), Sonata No 13 in B-flat major (W A Mozart), Sonata in G major Op 14 No 2 (L van Beethoven)
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, July 20th, 2009; 94 min min 12 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps
See also DVD


Age Juurikas. The Soul of Fire

Manuel de Falla. Piano suite from the ballet El amor brujo (Love, the Magician); Isaac Albéniz. La Vega; Igor Stravinsky / Guido Agosti / Age Juurikas. Transcription from the ballet L’Oiseau de feu (Firebird); Encore: Frederico Mompou. Pájaro triste
Age Juurikas, piano
Recorded live on Oct 19th, 2017 in the Tubin Hall, Tartu, Estonia. Recording engineered by Tanel Klesment, mastered by Siim Hiob and Kaspar Karner, 1 h 3 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu. Brahms No 2

Johannes Brahms. Piano Concerto No 2 in B-flat major, Op 83
Kalle Randalu (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording from the opening concert of the Tallinn Piano Festival, Nov 4th, 2016; Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; 49 min 38 sec, engineered by Tanel Klesment, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu. Beethoven No 1

Ludwig van Beethoven. Piano Concerto No 1 in C major, Op 15
Kalle Randalu, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, Mar 13th, 2015; Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; 36 min 15 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu. The Estonian “Sing”

Kalle Randalu − piano
Music by Eduard Tubin, Jaan Rääts, Ester Mägi, Arvo Pärt, Kuldar Sink, René Eespere, Alo Põldmäe, Raimo Kangro, Peeter Vähi, Erkki-Sven Tüür and Lepo Sumera
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Jul 10th, 2016, St John’s church, Tartu, Estonia; 1 h 18 min 56 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Juliana Koch

Peeter Vähi. To the Mother for oboe and 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


Juliana Koch

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


Abschlusskonzert des Usedomer Musikfestivals

Maarika Järvi (flute), Kalev Kuljus (oboe), NDR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart − Oboe Concerto in C major, KV 314, Peeter Vähi − Flute concerto Chant of the Celestial Lake
Live recording from Usedom Music Festival, Germany, 2013; 46 min 48 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Elmira Darvarova. Peter Finger

Elmira Darvarova (violin, USA), Peter Finger (guitar, Germany)
Programme: Bach, Breiner, Brown, Stravinski, Albeniz, Piazzolla, Zaborov, Bodorova, Cohen, Bulgarian folk tunes, Soukhovetski, Zocher, Finger, O’Carolan
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, on July 9th, 2016; 1 h 40 min 39 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu. Beethoven Concerto No 2

Ludwig van Beethoven. Piano Concerto No 2 in B-flat major, Op 19
Kalle Randalu, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, Oct 3rd, 2014; Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; engineered by Maido Maadik; 30 min 44 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu. Beethoven Concertos Nos 3 and 5

Ludwig van Beethoven. Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor, Op 37, and Piano Concerto No 5 in E-flat major, Emperor, Op 73
Kalle Randalu, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, Nov 13th, 2015, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; engineered by Tanel Klesment; 1 h 15 min 42 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu. Beethoven Concerto No 4

Ludwig van Beethoven. Piano Concerto No 4 in in G major, Op 58
Kalle Randalu, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, Mar 25th, 2016, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; engineered by Tanel Klesment; 37 min 13 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Mystical Sounds − George Gurdjieff

Kristjan Randalu (piano, pump organ, celesta), introduction by Peeter Vähi
George Gurdjieff & Thomas de Hartmann. Music of the Sayyids and the Dervishes; Asian Songs and Rhythms; Hymns, Prayers and Rituals; Hymns from a Great Temple and Other Selected Works
Live recording at Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, on Jan 10th, 2015; 34 min 25 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Muki Zohar

Muki Zohar (oboe), The Israel Camerata Jerusalem, Andres Mustonen (conductor, violin)
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


Stéphane Réty

Stéphane Réty (transverse flute, France) & Imbi Tarum (harpsichord)
Suite No 1 Op 2 in D major by Jacques-Martin Hotteterre-le-Romain, Sonate in G major Op 9 by Jean-Marie Leclair, Sonate No 6 in E minor Op 1 by Jean-Daniel Braun, Suite No 5 Op 1 by Pierre Danican Philidor, Sonata No 6 in A minor La Boucot Op 2 by Michel Blavet
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, on July 18th, 2013; 1 h 2 min 40 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Petr Wagner


Petr Wagner (viola da gamba) & ensemble Tourbillon (Czech Republic)
Suite in A minor by Marin Marais, Suite by Antoine Forqueray, Three Pieces by Jean-Baptiste Forqueray, Suite in B-flat minor by Roland Marais
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, on July 20th, 2013; 1 h 6 min 58 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Katō Kuniko

Performed by Katō Kuniko (marimbaphone, vibraphone, crotales)
Donatoni, Bach, Reich, Pärt, Davies, Sarapik
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, July 13th, 2014, Tartu St John’s church, 1 h 42 min 16 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Rémi Boucher

Performed by Rémi Boucher (guitar), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta and conductor Andres Mustonen
Guitar Concerto No 2 (Antarctic Concerto) by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, Apr 8th, 2014, Klaipėda Concert Hall, festival Klaipėda Musical Spring, 38 min 34 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Anna-Liisa Bezrodny

Performed by Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin) and Marko Martin (piano, organ)
Sonata for violin and piano in A major by César Franck, Cantilena for violin and organ by Rein Rannap, Sonata for violin and piano No 2 in D major, Op 94 bis by Sergei Prokofiev
Live recording, Aug 24th, 2013, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, engineered by Tanel Klesment / Klassikaraadio, 1 h 12 min 21 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Paul Badura-Skoda & Rostislav Krimer: Resurrection of Mozart

Paul Badura-Skoda (piano), Rostislav Krimer (piano), Klaipėda Chamber Orchestra, conductor Andres Mustonen
Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra No 10 in E-flat major K 365; Piano Concerto No 9 in E-flat major Jeunehomme K 271 (Andantino)
Live recording on Oct 30th, 2013, in Klaipėda Concert Hall, Lithuania; 37 min 13 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Irina Zahharenkova

Irina Zahharenkova (piano, harpsichord), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Risto Joost
Piano Concerto No 23 in A major (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), Concerto Piccolo (Peeter Vähi)
Live recording by Estonian Broadcasting Corporation at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, sound engineer Siim Mäesalu, July 21st, 2011; 36 min 34 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Enter Denter

Kristjan Randalu (piano, improvisations) with Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Nach dem Anfang vom Ende, Enter Denter
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Tartu University Hall, July 19th, 2009; 68 min 14 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps
See also DVD


Martin Kuuskmann, Olev Ainomäe, Andres Mustonen

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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


Martin Daněk

Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Martin Daněk (oboe, Czech Republic / Germany), conductor Andres Mustonen
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; 17 min 36 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Hui-Ying Liu-Tawaststjerna

Hui-Ying Liu-Tawaststjerna (piano, Taiwan), Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra
W A Mozart. Piano Concerto No 9 in E-flat major, KV 271
, Encore: Maurice Ravel
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, July 15th, 2014, Tartu St John’s church, 37 min 56 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps, recorded / engineered by Peeter Vähi


Teele Jõks, Pirjo Püvi, Imbi Tarum

Teele Jõks (mezzo-soprano), Pirjo Püvi (soprano), Imbi Tarum (harpsichord), Tõnu Jõesaar (viola da gamba)
Music by Henry Purcell
Almand in G, If Music Be the Food of LoveSweeter than Roses (Pausanius, the Betrayer of His Country), Nymphs and Shepherds (The Libertine Destroyed), We the Spirits of the Air (The Indian Queen), From Rosy Bow’rs (Don Quixote), Lost Is My QuietAsk Me To Love No MoreNo, Resistance Is But VainMusic for a While (Oedipus), Fairest Isle (King Arthur), Ground in GamutThe Blessed Virgin’s ExpostulationLet Caesar and Urania Live (Sound the Trumpet, Beat the Drum), Sound the Trumpet, Beat the Drum (Come Ye Sons of Art)
Live recording on Oct 13th, 2009, Saue, Estonia; 54 min 53 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Maarika Järvi

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


Maarika Järvi

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


Harmonica Concerto

Estonian National Symphony OrchestraGianluca Littera (harmonica, Italy), conductor – Paul Mägi
Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival; Jun 27th, 2009, open-air stage of Vormsi island, Estonia; 26 min 16 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Chinese pipa music

Wu Man (pipa, China)
Chinese, Yi and Kyrgyz traditional music, pieces by Liu Tianhua, Wu Man, and Nurlanbek Nyshanov
Live recording from Orient Festival, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 5th, 2009; in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting; 43 min 20 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Lisa Smirnova & Raul Vaigla

Lisa Smirnova (piano, Russia / Austria), Raul Vaigla (fretless bass), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Darco Butorak (Canada / USA)
Piano Concert in C major K 415 by W A MozartEcho over the Centuries by U Lattikas
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Music Festival, Jul 19th, 2013, St John’s church, Tartu, Estonia; 53 min 32 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps


Massimo Mercelli

Massimo Mercelli (flute, Italy), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Andres Mustonen
P Vähi Chant of the Celestial Lake, A Salieri Concertino da camera in G major
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Jul 21st, 2012, Tartu St John’s church; 47 min 50 sec, mp3, 160


Anna-Liisa Bezrodny

Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin, Estonia / UK), Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, conductor Mikhail Leontyev
Violin Concerto No 3 in G major by Mozart
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting, Jul 19th, 2012, Tartu St John’s church; 29 min 34 sec, mp3, 160


Anna-Liisa Bezrodny

Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin), Mari Tampere-Bezrodny (violin) & Marko Martin (piano)
Sonata in A major by César Franck, Sarabanade from Partita in D minor BWV 1004 by Johann Sebstian Bach, Moz-Art by Alfred Schnittke, Tzigane by Maurice Ravel
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, on July 21st, 2013; 58 min 27 sec, mp3, 256 Kbp


Chinese pipa music

 

Lan Weiwei (pipa, China)
Lotus Flower out of Water (出水莲), Wild Goose Landing on Sand (平沙落雁), Swan (天鹅),  Terra-cotta Warriors (秦俑), A Chinese Princess Married To Tears (陈杏元和番),  Ambush in All Sides (十面埋伏), White Horse Carrying Buddhist Sculpture (白马驮经)
Live recording from Viljandi Guitar Festival, Sep 25th, 2009; 67 min 56 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Guitar concertos

Rémi Boucher (guitar, Canada), Slava Grigoryan (guitar, Australia), Tallinn Sinfonietta, conductor Risto Joost
Rodrigo Concierto de AranjuezVähi The White Concerto
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Jul 15th, 2010, Tartu St John’s church, in co-operation with Estonian Broadcasting Corporation; 41 min 5 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Richard Wagner

Juha Kotilainen (baritone), Estonian National Male Choir, Orchestra of the Estonian Defence Forces, conductor Peeter Saan
Fragments from Tannhäuser and Lohengrin, arranged by Peeter Saan
Live recording in Apr 2010, Estonia; 18 min 21 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Ulla Krigul

Ulla Krigul (organ)
Adagio (A Pärt), Trivium (A Pärt)
Live recording on Apr 2nd, 2011, Niguliste church, Tallinn; 11 min 12 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps


Indian vocal art

Shashwati Mandal Paul (vocal, tānpūrā), Abhay Phagre (tablā)
Program: rāga Narayani, rāga Bageshri, rāga Bhairavi
Live recording from Orient Festival, open-air stage at Tallinn Zoo, May 14th, 2011, 43 min 18 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps, engineered by Aili Jõeleht, in co-operation with Estonian Broadcasting Corporation


Peeter Vähi & Madis Metsamart: synthesizer & percussion

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; 22 min 15 sec, mp3, 224 Kbps


Martin Daněk, Ksenia Sidorova

Glasperlenspiel SinfoniettaMartin Daněk (oboe, Czech Republic), Ksenia Sidorova (accordion, Latvia), conductor Andres Mustonen
To His Holiness by Peeter VähiThe Pilgrim Reflects by Duncan Ward (première), Tres santimentos by Klaus Paier, Barcarolle in G minor Op 10 No 3 by Sergei Rachmaninov
Live recording by Latvian Radio at the festival Artissimo (organized by Herman Braun Foundation), St John’s church, Riga, Latvia, Aug 8th, 2013; 45 min 22 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


Faik Chelebi − Mugams of Azerbaijan

Faik Chelebi (tar, Azerbaijan)
Program: mugams Rast, Bayati-Chiraz, Mahur, Chargyakh and Shushtar
Live recording from Orient Festival, open air venue at Rotermann square, Tallinn, Jun 2nd, 2013; 50 min 54 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Meelis Vind / 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


Akiko Suwanai − violin

Violin Concerto in E minor Op 64 by Mendelssohn, Andante from Sonata in A minor by Bach
Live recording at Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 15th, 2014, sound engineer Maido Maadik; recording courtesy of Kristiina Poska, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Maido Maadik and Klassikaraadio; 36 min 14 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Neeme Punder, Arvo Leibur & Tanel Joamets

A Chant of Bamboo by Peeter Vähi, Concerto grosso No 1 by Alfred Schnittke
Neeme Punder (bamboo flute), Arvo Leibur (violin), Tanel Joamets (violin), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Eri Klas (conductor, percussion)
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival, Aug 20th, 2005, Pärnu Concert Hall; sound engineer Tanel Klesment, 50 min 24 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Alexander Gavrylyuk

Sergei Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No 1 in F-sharp minor, Op 1 + encore
Alexander Gavrylyuk (piano), Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, May 14th, 2013, Geneva, Switzerland; 37 min 21 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Alexander Gavrylyuk

Sergei Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor, Op 18, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op 43 + encore
Alexander Gavrylyuk (piano), Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, May 31st, 2013, Geneva, Switzerland; 1 h 8 min 7 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Alexander Gavrylyuk

Sergei Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor, Op 30. Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Op 61, Wedding March (arrangement for piano)
Alexander Gavrylyuk (piano), Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, May 15th, 2013, Geneva, Switzerland; 49 min 39 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Alexander Gavrylyuk

Sergei Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No 4 in G minor, Op 40, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op 43 + encore
Alexander Gavrylyuk (piano), Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, May 29th, 2013, Geneva, Switzerland; 1 h 1 min 11 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Martin Kuuskmann

Martin Kuuksmann (bassoon), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
Bassoon Concerto in F major by Hummel, Bassoon Concerto in B-flat major by Mozart, Puudutus / Touch by Kõrvits
Live recording, Oct 4th, 2014, Estonia Concert Hall; 45 min 18 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Mari-Liis Uibo

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 the final concert of XXX Tallinn International Organ festival, Aug 7th, 2016; recorded by Aili Jõeleht / ERR, edited by ERP; 39 min 30 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Jan van Hoecke − recorder

Recorder Concerto in D major, Op 3 (William Babell), Recorder Concerto in F major (Giuseppe Sammartini)
European Union Baroque Orchestra, Jan van Hoecke (recorder), conductor Lars Ulrik Mortensen
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, July 12th, 2016; 23 min 55 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, Georg Friedrich Händel, Peeter Vähi
Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John’s church, Tartu, July 9th, 2016; 45 min 13 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Juta Õunapuu-Mocanita

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


Age Juurikas

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


Age Juurikas

Anton Rubinstein. Piano Concerto No 4 on D minor, Op 70
Age Juurikas (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording by ERR from Estonia Concert Hall, Oct 2016, 31 min 41 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Age Juurikas

Samuel Barber. Piano Concerto, Op 68
Age Juurikas (piano), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
Live recording, Tallinn, Estonia, Oct 2015, 14 min 3 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu, Maarika Järvi. Neeme Järvi 80

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Piano Concerto No 23 in A major, KV 488; Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Lensky’s Aria from Eugen Onegin (arranged by Guy Braunstein and Yoel Gamzou)
Kalle Randalu (piano), Maarika Järvi (flute), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording by Klasssikaraadio / ERR, June 6th, 2017, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; producer Kersti Inno; 33 min 51 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Kalle Randalu, Maarika Järvi. Neeme Järvi 80

Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Lensky’s Aria from Eugen Onegin (arranged by Guy Braunstein and Yoel Gamzou); Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Piano Concerto No 22 in E-flat major, KV 482
Kalle Randalu (piano), Maarika Järvi (flute), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording by Klasssikaraadio / ERR, June 7th, 2017, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn; producer Kersti Inno; 43 min 7 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps


Michal Elia Kamal

Performed by Michal Elia Kamal (vocal) and the ensemble Light in Babylon (Middle East)
Live recording from Orient Festival, Vaba Lava, Tallinn, June 3rd, 2017, recording by Klassikaraadio (Classic Radio / ERR), engineered by Aili Jõeleht, 1 h 24 min, mp3, 320 Kbp


Katō Kuniko − marimbaphone

Bach Cello Suite No 1 in G major, BWV 1007, Bach Cello Suite No 3 in C major, BWV 1009, Bach Cello Suite No 5 in C minor, BWV 1011, Bach Violin Sonata No 1 in G minor, BWV 1001, Pärt (arranged by Katō Kuniko) Fratres, Bach Violin Sonata No 3 in C major, BWV 1005, Encore: Pärt (arranged by Katō Kuniko) Spiegel im Spiegel
Katō Kuniko (marimbaphone, Japan)
Live recording by from Festival Glasperlenspiel, July 8th, 2017, St John’s church, Tartu, Estonia; engineered by Johannes Vähi, 2 h 6 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Petr Wagner − viola da gamba

Tobias Hume ( Soldier’s ResolutionDeathLife), Marin Marais (Les Voix humaines), Charles Dollé (Prélude), Marin Marais (La GuitarreTombeau pour Marais le Cadet), Georg Philipp Telemann (Fantasia No 11 in D minor), Gottfried Finger (Preludium), Antoine Forqueray (La MandolineLa Couperin), Marin Marais (Le Badinage), Carl Friedrich Abel (Allegro – Adagio – Arpeggio)
Petr Wagner (viola da gamba, Czech Republic)
Live recording by from Festival Glasperlenspiel, July 8th, 2017, St John’s church, Tartu, Estonia; engineered by Johannes Vähi, 1 h 1 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Karl Nieler

Improvistions on the themes: The Journey of LightWhispers of the StarsAncient ForestConversations of TreesThe Sound of a FlowerIn the Heart of the Mountains, In the Centre of the Galaxy
Karl Nieler (singing bowls, gongs, bells, bassoon, historical double bassoon / Germany)
Live recording by from Festival Glasperlenspiel, July 9th, 2017, St John’s church, Tartu, Estonia; 1 h 14 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Musanne Mentzer, Twyla Robinsonahler

Gustav Mahler. Symphony No 2 in C minor Resurrection
Susanne Mentzer − mezzo-soprano, Twyla Robinson − soprano, New York choral artists, Riverside Chorale, musicians from the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording, Apr 11th, 2016; Riverside Church, New York City; engineered by Jerry Bruck; 1 h 23 min, mp3, 320 Kbps


Maarika Järvi

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


Elina Nechayeva & Atlan Karp

Ein deutsches Requiem by Johannes Brahms
Elina Nechayeva (coloratura soprano), Atlan karp (baritone), Mixed Choir Latvija, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Live recording from Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 10th, 2019, recorded by ERR; 1 min 5 min, mp3, 320 Kbps