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  • 5 Pieces to Get You Into 20th Century Classical

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    Deep Cuts is back baby! Today I'm doing 5 Pieces to Get You Into 20th Century Classical.

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    5 ALBUMS TO GET YOU INTO 20th CENTURY CLASSICAL:

    1) Jean Sibelius - Symphony No.5 in E-Flat Major
    2) Gustav Holst - The Planets
    3) Arvo Pärt - Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten
    4) Gustav Mahler - Symphony No.5 in C Sharp Minor
    5) Igor Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring

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  • Erik Satie: Gymnopédies & Gnossiennes

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    Composer: Erik Satie
    Artists: Håkon Austbö (piano)

    The unconventional French composer Erik Satie almost wrote anti-music. In slow motion (and without bars) his well-known Gymnopédies glide past. In other pieces one can hear more than faint echoes form the vaudeville theatre. Played by Håkon Austbø.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 3 Sarabandes (1887): No. 1
    00:05:33 3 Sarabandes (1887): No. 2
    00:10:33 3 Sarabandes (1887): No. 3
    00:14:47 3 Gymnopédies (1889): No. 1: Lent et douloureux
    00:18:27 3 Gymnopédies (1889): No. 2: Lent et triste
    00:21:45 3 Gymnopédies (1889): No. 3: Lent et grave
    00:24:38 Gnossiennes 1-3 (1890): No. 1
    00:28:45 Gnossiennes 1-3 (1890): No. 2
    00:30:45 Gnossiennes 1-3 (1890): No. 3
    00:34:11 Gnossiennes 4-6 (1889-1897): No. 4
    00:37:02 Gnossiennes 4-6 (1889-1897): No. 5
    00:39:53 Gnossiennes 4-6 (1889-1897): No. 6
    00:41:27 2 Préludes du nazaréen (1892): No. 1, assez lent
    00:46:09 2 Préludes du nazaréen (1892): No. 2, assez lent
    00:49:15 2 Prélude de la porte Héroique du ciel (1894)
    00:53:00 2 Pièces froides (1897), No. 1: Airs a faire fuir: D’une manière très particulaire
    00:55:59 2 Pièces froides (1897), No. 1: Airs a faire fuir: Modestemente
    00:57:42 2 Pièces froides (1897), No. 1: Airs a faire fuir: S’inviter
    01:00:45 No 2: Danses de travers: En y regardent à deux fois
    01:01:39 No 2: Danses de travers: Passer
    01:02:25 No 2: Danses de travers: Encore
    01:03:47 Petite ouverture à danser (1900)

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  • Arvo Pärt- Spiegel im Spiegel

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    Performed by Jürgen Kruse (Piano) and Benjamin Hudson (viola)

  • Beethovens Symphony No. 6 Pastoral, 2nd movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

    11:52

    Paavo Järvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

    From the time of his youth in Bonn, Ludwig van Beethoven loved to go on walks in the countryside. Although he never revealed much of his personal life in his music, you can clearly feel here that he treasured nature.

    Use your imagination while listening to the second movement of Beethoven's Sixth, and you can hear ripples on a creek and birds tweeting. To make it clear, Beethoven added a description, Scene by the Brook, to go with the tempo heading Andante molto mosso (as though walking, very moving). Beethoven only rarely explained his music, but in this case, he added: It's left to the listener to figure out the situations. Anyone who has any idea of life in the countryside can discern the composer's intent even without titles or headings. For the musicians, Beethoven goes into greater detail, writing in the score that the calls of the nightingale, the quail and the cuckoo are rendered by the flute, the oboe and two clarinets.

    Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F Major, opus 68 is conveyed here by the award-winning Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, led by Paavo Järvi in performances that, when they first appeared a decade ago, made the music world stand up and listen.

    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

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  • Allegri - Miserere mei, Deus

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    The magnificent Miserere mei, Deus composed by Allegri and here brilliantly performed by the Choir of New College, Oxford.

    Please help the New College Choir fund future recordings, performances and tours by buying the album directly from their website at
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  • Miserere mei

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    Miserere mei · Edward Higginbottom

    Agnus Dei Volumes 1 & 2

    ℗ 1996 Erato Disques S.A.

    Director: Edward Higginbottom
    Engineer: Jacques Doll and Geoff Miles
    Choir: New College Choir, Oxford
    Engineer: Richard Lee
    Remixer: Tim Oldham
    Composer: Gregorio Allegri

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  • Anne Akiko Meyers; Arvo Pärt Darf Ich Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

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    Anne Akiko Meyers was invited by legendary composer, Arvo Pärt to perform the opening concerts at the Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa, Estonia. She performs Arvo Pärt's Darf Ich with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Tõnu Kaljuste.

    She recently released her 37th recording, Mirror in Mirror, which features works by Arvo Pärt, Philip Glass, Morten Lauridsen, Jakub Ciupinski, John Corigliano and Maurice Ravel. She exclusively performs on the Ex-Vieuxtemps Guarneri del Gesu, dated 1741 and considered to be the finest violin in existence. Please visit for more information.


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  • Beethovens Symphony No. 6 Pastoral, 5th movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

    11:24

    Paavo Järvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.
    After the merry gathering of the countryfolk and the storm comes the finale of Beethoven's Sixth, titled Shepherd's song. Cheerful and thankful feelings after the storm, with the Italian tempo mark Allegretto (slightly fast).

    Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F Major, opus 68 is so different from his Symphony No. 5 that it's almost hard to believe that they came from the same composer. All the more surprising: Ludwig van Beethoven worked on both at the same time. Both were presented on December 22, 1808 in the same, four-hour concert at Vienna's Theater an der Wien that also included his Fourth Piano Concerto and other music.

    One might wish that a time machine existed to take us back to that notable event. At least, however, this performance comes from Beethoven's home town, Bonn, Germany, where the original score to the Symphony No. 6 is preserved at the Beethoven House archive.
    Studying original sources is important to conductor Paavo Järvi, who prepared these recordings over a period of years in the Beethoven Project.

    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

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  • Yann Tiersen - Piano Works / #Coversart

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    Yann Tiersen - Piano Works

    A collection of songs that I recorded over the past year. All of these compositions (except Tempelhof) can be found in the songbook Yann Tiersen - Piano Works: 1994-2003, which can be bought here -
    I’ve already performed other songs from this book before - you can find them in the playlist with Yann Tiersen music -

    1) La Chute 00:00
    2) Les Jour Heureux 05:50
    3) Naomi 08:27
    4) Tempelhof 12:12
    5) La Plage 15:25
    6) La Retour 18:12
    7) La Jetee 20:10
    8) L'Absente 21:05
    9) Les Retrouvailles 24:45
    10) Le Matin 26:15

    1 - 7: Steinway & Sons model 0 (made in 1926)
    8 - 10: Yamaha GC1

    Oktava MK 012-01 MSP2 Pair

    Yann Tiersen (born 23 June 1970) is a French musician and composer. His musical career is split between studio albums, collaborations and film soundtracks. His music involves a large variety of instruments; primarily the guitar, piano, synthesizer or violin together with instruments like the melodica, xylophone, toy piano, harpsichord, accordion and typewriter.

    Tiersen is often mistaken for a composer of soundtracks, himself saying I'm not a composer and I really don't have a classical background, but his real focus is on touring and studio albums which just happen to often be suitable for film. His most famous soundtrack for the film Amélie was primarily made up of tracks taken from his first three studio albums.

    Borrowing from French folk music, chanson, musette waltz and street music, as well as rock, avant-garde, and classical and minimalist influences, Tiersen's deceptively simple style has been likened to Chopin, Erik Satie, Philip Glass, and Michael Nyman.

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  • Anonymous 4 - John Tavener: Darkness into Light

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    [DISCLAIMER: This video is being monetized by the record company, Harmonia Mundi and they are solely responsible for all advertisements. You can use your browser's ad-blocker to block the commercials.] Darkness into Light: The Bridegroom & other works. Composer: John Tavener. Vocalists: Anonymous 4 (Ruth Cunningham, Marsha Genensky, Susan Hellauer, and Johanna Rose). Musicians: The Chilingirian Quartet (Levon Chilingirian, Stephen Orton, Ronald Birks, and Susie Meszaros). Harmonia Mundi (2009). Track list below. Enjoy the music!

    [0:00] Vespers hymn: O lux beata trinitas
    [2:17] Jube domine/Lection: In principio erat verbum
    [6:39] Come and do Your will in me (arr. Tavener, 1997, fr. Hymn of Entry and Orthodox Liturgy)
    [14:46] Compline hymn: Christe qui lux es et dies
    [17:45] Lectio Ysaye prophete/Lection: Surge illuminare Jerusalem
    [20:16] As one who has slept (Tavener, 1996)
    [25:15] Nocturn hymn: Medie noctis tempus est
    [28:11] Lection: Vidi civitatem
    [33:22] The Lord's Prayer
    [37:20] The Bridegroom (Tavener, 1999)
    [55:00] Hymn for the New Light: Inventor rutili

  • Heino Eller - symphonic poem Koit

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    Heino ELLER (1887--1970) was an Estonian composer and composition teacher. He was born in Tartu, where he took private lessons in violin and music theory, played in several ensembles and orchestras, and performed as violin soloist. In 1907 he entered the Saint Petersburg Conservatory to study violin. From 1908 to 1911 he was a law student. In 1920 Eller graduated from the conservatory renamed to Petrograd Conservatory.

    From 1920 to 1940, Eller was a professor of music theory and composition at the Tartu Higher School for Music. During this time he formed the Tartu school of composition, which gave rise to many composers, including Eduard Tubin. In 1940 he became a professor of composition at the Tallinn Conservatory and taught there until his death in 1970. He was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1967.

    Eller was a teacher of composition. The school he formed in Tartu counterbalanced the so-called Tallinn school headed by Artur Kapp. Eller's pedagogical talent is versatile. The list of his pupils offers the best proof of this: each of them has created a distinguished original style. Among his students were Eduard Tubin, Villem Kapp, Boris Kõrver, Leo Normet, Valter Ojakäär, Uno Naissoo, Arne Oit, Jaan Rääts, Heino Jürisalu, Arvo Pärt, Alo Põldmäe, Lepo Sumera, Boris Parsadanian, Alfred Karindi, Eduard Oja, Olav Roots and Karl Leichter.

    Eller primarily composed instrumental music. His symphonic works, especially Koit (Dawn) and Videvik (Twilight), break new ground for Estonian symphonic music. His musical language contains many national traits, but he was influenced by 20th-century styles as diverse as impressionism and expressionism.

    This video is recorded on 7 September 2013 at a concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Estonian National Opera and Concert House. The Estonian State Symphony Orchestra is conducted by maestro Neeme JÄRVI.

  • Beethovens Symphony No. 3 Eroica, 1st movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

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    Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Eroica” performed by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen under conductor Paavo Järvi – a great interpretation of a masterful composition.

    As long as an entire symphony by other composers, the first movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major, opus 55, does full justice to its subtitle: Eroica, or heroic.
    The tempo marking is Allegro con brio (fast, energetic), but that's not the full description. Everything about this movement is big, and there's a sense of depth and breadth as well. To match, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, whose name translates as Chamber Philharmonic, is a smallish orchestra but with a big sound.

    Ludwig van Beethoven wrote his Third Symphony not long after having gone through a life-threatening crisis, as described in his Heiligenstadt Testament. Faced with unavoidable approaching deafness, the composer felt he was near the end – and it was only his love of music that held him back from suicide.
    The Symphony No. 3 dates from 1803 – and it forever changed the concept of the symphony altogether. There was revolution in the air: Napoleon's ideas had captivated the young generation, to which Beethoven belonged. He first wanted to name this work Bonaparte but later changed the name to honor not a particular individual but instead, to highlight the concept of heroism altogether.

    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

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  • The Best of Tallis

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    The Best of Thomas Tallis (c. 1505 – 3 December 1585)

    Conductor:Jeremy Summerly
    Oxford Camerata

    Tallis occupies a primary place in anthologies of English choral music, and is considered one of England's greatest composers. He is honoured for his original voice in English musicianship. No contemporary portrait of Tallis survives: although an engraving by Gerard Vandergucht exists, it dates from 150 years after Tallis' death, and there is no reason to suppose that it is a likeness of the composer. In a rare existing copy of his black letter signature, the composer spelled his last name Tallys. Little is known about Tallis' early life or when he first displayed his musical gifts.

    0:00 O Sacrum Convivium
    4:52 Audivi Vocem
    8:47 Lamentations (Set 1)
    17:14 Discomfort Them, Oh Lord
    23:52 Loquebantur Variis Linguis
    27:39 Lamentations (Set 2)
    40:18 Videte Miraculum
    53:39 Mass For Four Voices - Sanctus
    56:33 Call & Cry To Thee, O Lord
    1:00:42 Salvator Mundi
    1:04:42 Spem In Allium

  • Avril Lavigne Complicated cover by Tajo Kadajas

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    Here is Estonian cover of Avril Lavigne`s song Complicated since 2002. I like this song very much.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Tajo Kadajas (born May 12, 1953 in Tallinn) is an Estonian singer and composer. Member of the Estonian Authors' Society (1998), Estonian Performers Association (2001) and Estonian Association of the Phonogram Producers (2005). He has been active in the Estonian musical landscape from the 1970s to the present day, performed as singer in three different ensembles and has practiced various musical styles. Composed a couple of hundred songs and released 14 different audio albums, some of last virtual. Over the last ten years he has profoundly studied the origin of Estonian old children's songs and arranged them. In collaboration with a children’s song studio he has released 9 different albums of the old Estonian children's songs. Has performed on various occasions with other well-known Estonian singers all over Estonia on concert tours with different repertoires. Lately he has returned to his favorite music from his youth era and made covers of them in Estonian.

  • Arvo Part - Spiegel im Spiegel

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    a brilliant piece by Arvo Part(slideshow)

  • iKON - 죽겠다 M/V

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  • Arvo Pärt: Spiegel im Spiegel | Ewa Guzowska - viola, Tomasz Kandulski - guitar

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    This calm, meditative piece by legendary Estonian composer Arvo Pärt was always on our bucket list. While seeking for new repertoire for our CD, this appeared to be a natural choice. Guitar part was arranged from a piano score, with key changed to D maj and 6th guitar string tuned down do D, to add some more depth. Hope you will enjoy it!


    Ewa Guzowska - viola
    Tomasz Kandulski - guitar

    Recorded by ourselves with two smartphones, camera and Zoom recorder on June 3rd 2020 at Christ the King Church in Poznan.

  • Muusika - Alto 1

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    Title: Muusika
    Composer: Pärt Uusberg (1986-)
    Voicing: SATB, a cappella

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    Our next concert is May 2020, where we'll be performing this piece of music. I've uploaded this and other learning tracks predominantly for my choir's usage, but I hope any others who struggle to learn in their own rehearsals will find this useful. Please let me know of any mistakes!

    An Estonian composer, Uusberg has an extensive history in both writing for and performing in choirs. Several of these choral compositions have already become popular as well as acquired critical acclaim. Head Ood, Vend (Uusberg's own choir) has also recorded a CD with his compositions.

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    Estonian Lyrics:
    Kuskil peab alguskokkukõla olema,
    kuskil suures looduses, varjul.
    On tema vägevas laotuses,
    täheringide kauguses,
    on tema päikese sära sees,
    lillekeses, metsakohinas,
    emakõne südamemuusikas
    või silmavees -
    kuskil peab surematus olema
    kuskilt alguskokkukõola leitama:
    kust oleks muidu inimese rinda
    saanud ta -
    muusika?

    Transtlation:
    Somewhere the original harmony must exist,
    hidden somewhere in the vast wilds. In Earth's mighty firmament,
    in the far reaches of swirling galaxies,
    in sunshine,
    in a little flower, in the song of a forest,
    in the music of a mother's voice,
    or in teardrops -
    somewhere, immortality endures,
    and the original harmony will be found.
    How else could it have formed
    in human hearts -
    music?

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  • Rachmaninoff: Vespers

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    Composer: Sergei Rachmaninoff
    Artists: National Academic Choir Ukraine Dumka,
    Yevhen Savchuk (conductor)

    Rachmaninoff was not a great churchgoer, and in fact had stopped going completely by the time he composed his Vespers, and his other great a cappella work, the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom op.31. Nevertheless, he retained a love for and interest in the ecclesiastical chant, and perhaps the most famous of these, the Dies irae, appears in his First Symphony and the late Symphonic Dances of 1940.

    Rachmaninoff, like his great predecessor Tchaikovsky, was very critical of his own music, but he considered the Vespers and his choral symphony The Bells among his favourites. The Vespers had to wait until 1965 for the first recording due to the Soviet anti-religion stance. Even then it was released for export only.

    Russian Orthodox Church music never fails to move and stir the emotions, whether one is religious or not. Rachmaninoff ’s Vespers, like many of his most popular works, does not disappoint in its emotional impact and sincerity.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Vespers, Op. 37: Come, Let Us Worship
    00:01:43 Vespers, Op. 37: Bless the Lord, O my soul
    00:06:32 Vespers, Op. 37: Blessed be the man
    00:12:09 Vespers, Op. 37: O serene light
    00:15:36 Vespers, Op. 37: Now let Thy servant depart
    00:19:32 Vespers, Op. 37: Rejoice, O Virgin
    00:21:55 Vespers, Op. 37: Glory to God in the highest
    00:24:43 Vespers, Op. 37: Praise the name of the Lord
    00:27:13 Vespers, Op. 37: Blessed art Thou, O Lord
    00:33:13 Vespers, Op. 37: Having seen the Resurrection of the Lord
    00:36:27 Vespers, Op. 37: My soul magnifies the Lord
    00:46:09 Vespers, Op. 37: Glory to God in the highest
    00:53:56 Vespers, Op. 37: Troparia of the day of salvation
    00:55:54 Vespers, Op. 37: Christ is risen from the grave
    00:59:25 Vespers, Op. 37: Thanksgiving to the Mother of God


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  • Gravity Movie Trailer Arvo Part - Spiegel Im Spiegel

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    Spiegel Im Spiegel is a minimalist piece from the Estonian composer Arvo Part composed in 1978.

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    The piece is in the tintinnabular style of composition, wherein a melodic voice, operating over diatonic scales, and tintinnabular voice, operating within a triad on the tonic, accompany each other.
    Spiegel Im Spiegel in German literally can mean both mirror in the mirror as well as mirrors in the mirror, referring to the infinity of images produced by parallel plane mirrors: the tonic triads are endlessly repeated with small variations as if reflected back and forth.

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  • Urmas Sisask - Zodiac

    26:12

    Urmas Sisask - Zodiac (Op.50)
    Urmas Sisask - Sodiaak (Op.50)

    00:00 1. Aries – I Am / The Beginner
    02:14 2. Taurus – I Have / The Collector
    04:49 3. Gemini – I Think / The Mediator
    07:34 4. Cancer – I Feel / The Care Taker
    09:31 5. Leo – I Want / The Performer
    11:42 6. Virgo – I Check / The Regulator
    12:28 7. Libra – I Balance / The Harmonizer
    16:08 8. Scorpio – I Hope / The Eager Communicator
    17:54 9. Sagittarius – I See / The Prophet
    19:29 10. Capricorn – I Use / The Master
    20:54 11. Aquarius – I Know / The Discoverer
    22:48 12. Pisces – I Believe / The Dreamer

    Hyun-Mook Lim, pf

    Our modern constellations are derived from a list of 48 figures (nowadays 88, including those of the southern hemisphere), that was complied by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy around 150 A.D. Many of Ptolemy's descriptions have, in fact, their origins in constellations which were formed around the eastern Mediterranean thousands of years ago and observed by the stargazers of ancient Sumeria and Egypt. In the course of a year, the sun appears to traverse twelve constellations in the night sky. They flank the sun's path, the ecliptic , and were called the zodiac by the ancients. Thus the sun followed by the moon and the planets, which move in the same ecliptic plane and so traverse the same constellations, appears to traverse one constellation of the cycle each month. The positions of the sun and the planets within the zodiac form the basis of astrology, that is, of the lore of the influence of the stars on events in the lives of human beings and thus serve as the starting point for the construction of horoscopes.
    The present cycle of twelve piano pieces reflects in no way the opinions described above; the subtitles of the individual pieces simply refer to them.
    This entire piano cycle by the Estonian composer Urmas Sisask was written as the result of an astrological vision

    - Dieter Gerdes

  • Tõnu Kõrvits - Kreegi Vihik

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    Kreegi vihik on Tõnu Kõrvitsa loodud kaheksaosaline kompositsioon koorile ja orkestrile. Lugu põhineb vanadel ehtsatel eesti sakraalsetel tekstidel ja nende originaalsete meloodiate töötlustel. Esitab Eesti Filharmoonia Kammerkoor ja Tallinna Kammerorkester. Dirigent on Tõnu Kaljuste.

    Kreek's notebook is a composition in eight movements for choir and orchestra by the Estonian composer Tõnu Kõrvits based on old authentic Estonian sacral texts and a reworking of their original melodies. Performed by the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra. Conducted by Tõnu Kaljuste.

    Track list:

    0:00 - Nüüd ole Jeesus, kiidetud (May Jesus, thee be Praised)
    4:26 - Nüüd on see päev ju lõppenud (Now the Day has Passed)
    8:25 - Ma kiitlen ükspäinis neist verisist haavust (I Rejoice In thy Bleeding Wounds)
    9:53 - Oh võta, armas Jeesus, vastu mult (Dear Jesus, Do Recieve)
    13:49 - Su hooleks ennast annan ma (I Shall Be Your Care)
    16:48 - Lenda üles kurbtusest (Fly From Your Sorrows)
    20:13 - Mu hing, oh ole rõõmus (My Soul, Rejoice)
    22:44 - Ma vaatan üles mäele (I Gaze At the Mountain)

  • PRESENCE - Live

    5:31



    Composer: Déborah Devreux
    Violin: Déborah Devreux
    Guitar: Catherine Devreux

    Live from the concert of December 21, 2019, Saint Sebastian church in Braine-l'Alleud, Belgium. Concert for the benefit of the AMAR association.

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  • Heino Eller, White Night, Symphonic Suite

    28:57

    Heino Eller, White Night, Symphonic Suite

    1. White Night
    2. In Dance Rhythm
    3. Reminiscences
    4. Camp Fire
    5. Fisherman's Song
    6. In March Rhythm
    7. White Night

    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
    Olari Elts, conductor

    Heino Eller (7 March 1887 – 16 June 1970) was an Estonian composer and composition teacher.
    Eller was born in Tartu, where he took private lessons in violin and music theory, played in several ensembles and orchestras, and performed as violin soloist. In 1907 he entered the Saint Petersburg Conservatory to study violin. From 1908 to 1911 he was a law student. In 1920 Eller graduated from the conservatory renamed to Petrograd Conservatory.

    From 1920 to 1940, Eller was a professor of music theory and composition at the Tartu Higher School for Music. During this time he formed the Tartu school of composition, which gave rise to many composers, including Eduard Tubin. In 1940 he became a professor of composition at the Tallinn Conservatory and taught there until his death in 1970. He was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1967.

    Eller was a teacher of composition. The school he formed in Tartu counterbalanced the so-called Tallinn school headed by Artur Kapp. Eller's pedagogical talent is versatile. The list of his pupils offers the best proof of this: each of them has created a distinguished original style. Among his students were Eduard Tubin, Villem Kapp, Kaljo Raid, Boris Kõrver, Anatoli Garshnek, Leo Normet, Valter Ojakäär, Uno Naissoo, Arne Oit, Jaan Rääts, Heino Jürisalu, Arvo Pärt, Alo Põldmäe, Lepo Sumera, Boris Parsadanian, Alfred Karindi, Eduard Oja, Olav Roots and Karl Leichter.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Beethovens Symphony No. 6 Pastoral, 4th movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

    3:35

    Paavo Järvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.
    My decree, wrote Ludwig van Beethoven: Stay in the countryside. My unfortunate hearing problem doesn't plague me here. It's as though, in the country, every tree was speaking to me. Holy, holy! Who can express it all? Sweet quietude of the forest!
    That sweet quietude comes to an abrupt end in the fourth movement of the Symphony No. 6 in F Major, opus 68. It's titled Thunder, Storm, and the composer specified it to be taken at a fast clip, Allegro.
    It's the shortest but most dramatic movement in Ludwig van Beethoven Sixth Symphony. Thunder, screeching wind and a downpour are all clearly audible, while images come to mind from Walt Disney's 1940 animated film Fantasia, where the Greek god Jupiter gleefully hurtles bolts of lightning and makes terrified villagers flee for shelter.
    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

    #Beethoven6 #PaavoJaervi #DeutscheKammerphilharmonieBremen
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  • Coldplay Paradise cover by Tajo Kadajas

    4:39

    Here is Estonian cover of Coldplay`s song „Paradise“ since 2011. With my great respect!
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Tajo Kadajas (born May 12, 1953 in Tallinn) is an Estonian singer and composer. Member of the Estonian Authors' Society (1998), Estonian Performers Association (2001) and Estonian Association of the Phonogram Producers (2005). He has been active in the Estonian musical landscape from the 1970s to the present day, performed as singer in three different ensembles and has practiced various musical styles. Composed a couple of hundred songs and released 14 different audio albums, some of last virtual. Over the last ten years he has profoundly studied the origin of Estonian old children's songs and arranged them. In collaboration with a children’s song studio he has released 9 different albums of the old Estonian children's songs. Has performed on various occasions with other well-known Estonian singers all over Estonia on concert tours with different repertoires. Lately he has returned to his favorite music from his youth era and made covers of them in Estonian.

  • Seixas - Toccata in F minor

    2:06

    Carlos Seixas was a Portuguese composer in the 18th Century. I was quite delighted to stumble upon this relatively obscure composer whose music bears some resemblance to Scarlatti.

    This rare gem of a Toccata is also referred to as the No.42 Sonata in F minor. Once again, I played this in an ultra-expressive, aggressive staccato style. What a delightful piece!

    Sheetmusic link:

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    Piano: Estonia L210 (2018)
    Sound recording: Zoom H5
    Reverb: Adobe Audition: Medium Concert Hall (Warm)

  • Heino Eller, Symphonic Legend

    24:11

    Heino Eller, Symphonic Legend (1923 1938)

    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
    Olari Elts, conductor

    Heino Eller (7 March 1887 – 16 June 1970) was an Estonian composer and composition teacher.
    Eller was born in Tartu, where he took private lessons in violin and music theory, played in several ensembles and orchestras, and performed as violin soloist. In 1907 he entered the Saint Petersburg Conservatory to study violin. From 1908 to 1911 he was a law student. In 1920 Eller graduated from the conservatory renamed to Petrograd Conservatory.

    From 1920 to 1940, Eller was a professor of music theory and composition at the Tartu Higher School for Music. During this time he formed the Tartu school of composition, which gave rise to many composers, including Eduard Tubin. In 1940 he became a professor of composition at the Tallinn Conservatory and taught there until his death in 1970. He was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1967.

    Eller was a teacher of composition. The school he formed in Tartu counterbalanced the so-called Tallinn school headed by Artur Kapp. Eller's pedagogical talent is versatile. The list of his pupils offers the best proof of this: each of them has created a distinguished original style. Among his students were Eduard Tubin, Villem Kapp, Kaljo Raid, Boris Kõrver, Anatoli Garshnek, Leo Normet, Valter Ojakäär, Uno Naissoo, Arne Oit, Jaan Rääts, Heino Jürisalu, Arvo Pärt, Alo Põldmäe, Lepo Sumera, Boris Parsadanian, Alfred Karindi, Eduard Oja, Olav Roots and Karl Leichter.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Black Sabbath Iron Man cover by Tajo Kadajas

    5:54

    Here is Estonian cover of Black Sabbath`s song Iron Man since 1970. A sign of deep respect. I like this song very much.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Tajo Kadajas (born May 12, 1953 in Tallinn) is an Estonian singer and composer. Member of the Estonian Authors' Society (1998), Estonian Performers Association (2001) and Estonian Association of the Phonogram Producers (2005). He has been active in the Estonian musical landscape from the 1970s to the present day, performed as singer in three different ensembles and has practiced various musical styles. Composed a couple of hundred songs and released 14 different audio albums, some of last virtual. Over the last ten years he has profoundly studied the origin of Estonian old children's songs and arranged them. In collaboration with a children’s song studio he has released 9 different albums of the old Estonian children's songs. Has performed on various occasions with other well-known Estonian singers all over Estonia on concert tours with different repertoires. Lately he has returned to his favorite music from his youth era and made covers of them in Estonian.

  • ★JEAN SIBELIUS: Valse Triste Op. 44 No.1. Jussi Makkonen

    4:35

    ★JEAN SIBELIUS -- -- i ulubiony Valse Triste Op.44, No.1. Kameralna, by rzec konfesyjna, lecz nie niwelująca melancholii, niepokoju Sibeliusa (nawet wzmaga jego zakamuflowaną drapieżność) aranżacja na wiolonczelę i fortepian /*Friedrich Hermann (1828 - 1907) /.
    Wyk.: Jussi Makkonen (cello) & Rait Karm (piano).
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    ~ Zdjęcia (HQ, 1080p.) i realizacja: czarmuzyki. -- Gniezno. MGŁA AUTENTYCZNA (!), a nie żaden komputerowy efekt Ortona. :)
    ~ Sound HD.
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    ★JEAN SIBELIUS:was an eminent Finnish composer of the late Romantic and early-modern periods, widely regarded as Finland’s greatest composer of all time. Having lost his father at the age of three, he was brought up in his maternal grandmother’s home and was sent to a Finnish language grammar school where he came across Finnish literature. Thereafter, he was sent to Helsinki to study law, but abandoned it within one year to study music at the Helsinki Music Institute. Although his initial ambition was to become a violin virtuoso, he soon realized that he had started on violin too late in life. Instead, his teacher advised him to become a composer and in time he became Finland’s greatest composer. With his music, he helped his homeland develop a national identity during its struggle for independence from Russia. Although the core of his oeuvre is made up of his seven symphonies, he is equally known for his many patriotic pieces such as his tone poem ‘Finlandia’ and his works based on the Finnish mythological epic, ‘Kalevala.’
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    *Friedrich Herman. The German composer, arranger, violinst/violist and teacher, Friedrich Valentin Hermann, entered the Conservatory of Music in Leipzig (from 1876-1924 known as the Royal Conservatory of Music and today known as the Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Hochschule for Music and Theatre) in November 1843, and became a violin student of Ferdinand David. He also studied there composition with Moritz Hauptmann, Niels Wilhelm Gade and Felix Mendelssohn himself. The Conservatory, the oldest in Germany, was founded in 1843 by F. Mendelssohn and M. Hauptmann, so Hermann was one of the first students of this illustrious institution. David, one of the foremost violinists of the time, later wrote that Hermann had worked diligently and with “good conduct” and that he deserved “the highest praise”. Though Hermann studied the violin and most of his editing work involved the violin, he was also an excellent violist.
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  • Beethovens Symphony No. 2, 2nd movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

    10:17

    Paavo Järvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

    As psychologists know – as does just about everyone else - music has the power to influence your mood. Classical music has a wide spectrum of emotions, and a grim piece can make a foul mood even worse. So it's best to choose something that will put you in the state of mind you want to be in.

    Feeling down, confined, frustrated or dull? Then listen to the second movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D Major, opus 36. It's likely to give you a lift. This is from Deutsche Welle's recording of all nine Beethoven symphonies as performed at the Beethovenfest Bonn 2010 by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen led by its principal conductor Paavo Järvi.

    Marked Larghetto (slightly slow), this movement be described as a pure and simple song, carried along by a quietly flowing melody. Just the right thing to soothe the spirit. Even the slightly sad passage in the middle only serves to underline the overall cheer.

    Or in the more flowery words of maybe Beethoven's biggest fan, the composer Hector Berlioz: It is a ravishing picture of innocent pleasure which is scarcely shadowed by a few melancholy accents.

    Actually, Beethoven had many biggest fans, and we hope that you will be one of them.

    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

    #Beethoven2nd #PaavoJaervi #DeutscheKammerphilharmonieBremen

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  • Rudolf Tobias - String Quartet No. 2.

    33:11

    00:00 I. Allegro moderato e maestoso
    12:19 II. Allegro vivace
    18:09 III. Andante tranquilo (Nachtstück)
    26:10 IV. Allegro con brio

    Performed by Tallinn String Quartet.
    Urmas Vulp (I violin)
    Toomas Nestor (II violin)
    Viljar Kuusk (viola)
    Teet Järvi (cello)


    Rudolf Tobias (1873-1918) was the first Estonian national who received higher musical education in composition. He was born in Hiiumaa as the son of the local parish clerk and began learning music early on. In 1893 he enrolled in St. Petersburg Conservatory, where he studied organ under Louis Homilius and composition under Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. He then briefly moved to Tartu in 1904 and though he ended up residing in his home country only for four years, his activities nevertheless had significant impact on Estonian music at the time. He was the first Estonian to write in many classical genres, writing the first Estonian orchestral overture, the first string quartet, the first piano concerto, first piano sonata, first oratorio. Stylistically Tobias was a classicist and romantic with strong forceful motifs, monumental expressions and late romantic harmony dominating his style. He was described as a strong willed, but impatient person. This perhaps contributed to him leaving Tartu, as the musical scene there was too limiting for him.

    In 1908 Tobias traveled to Europe, by 1909 he settled in Leipzig, from 1910 in Berlin, where he began working as a substitute teacher of music theory at the Berlin Royal Academy of Music and was an active member of the German Composers Union. His career as a composer did not take off, famously the premiere of his most ambitious work - St John's Passion - was a flop. He died in 1918 of pneumonia.

    List of works an biography in the Estonian Music Information Center:

  • Karmen Rõivassepp Quartet - Send In The Clowns

    3:56

    Karmen Roivassepp - Voice
    Daniel Sommer - Drums
    Simon Eskildsen - Piano
    Adrian Christensen - Double Bass

    Karmen Rõivassepp Quartet is a fresh and exciting Aarhus based jazz quartet consisting of Rõivassepp on vocals, Simon Eskildsen on piano, Adrian Christensen on bass and Daniel Sommer on drums. The quartet creates music within the modern jazz idiom with a sophisticated melodic and harmonic approach, great musical interplay and a unique playfulness that brings new life to the genre. Rõivassepp’s music invites the listener to the realms of sincere joy, tranquil melancholy and hidden sorrow through captivating melodies and honest storytelling both in English and Estonian.

    In June 2018 Karmen Rõivassepp Quartet released their debut album Dance of Sounds that has received positive response from the critics and was nominated for “The New Danish Jazz Artist” at the Danish Music Awards 2018. This distinctive contemporary jazz record combines Rõivassepp’s clear and humble vocals with the quartet’s playful collaboration, highlighting the artistry of each of the musicians. Dance of Sounds is the quartet’s first large-scale project and suggests that there is definitely more to come from these four talented jazz musicians.

    “The bandleader’s vocals are striking in their purity, her range and her pitching impressive. And she’s harmonically inventive when decorating melodies with intricate, scat-sung phrases [...].” - Thomas Rees, Downbeat Magazine (2018)
    *
    The Musicians:

    KARMEN Rõivassepp is an Estonian jazz vocalist, composer and arranger that in the six years of living in Denmark has established a good name for herself in the local jazz scene. She is noticed for her instrument-like singing, clear sound and always playful nature. Rõivassepp is among today’s most versatile jazz vocalists, having her musical ambitions vary from contemporary jazz and experimental improvised music, traditional big band and standard jazz to classical choral music. Her work on the jazz music field was just recently recognized with Aarhus Jazz Talent Prize 2018 and Estonian Young Jazz Talent Award 2019.

    SIMON Eskildsen is one of the most devoted and inventive young Danish jazz pianists. He is involved in various projects, including his own Simon Eskildsen Trio, the Danish afrobeat band AddisAbabaBand, the duo with a German sax-player Benjamin Himpel, as the organist in OrgelDuo and many other constellations on the Danish jazz and improvisation scene. His musicality propels the groups he is a part of and while being an excellent listener, his skilful piano playing greatly enriches the musical conversation.

    ADRIAN Christensen is a rising bass player both nationally and internationally. As co- leader of bands like Abekejser and the Danish Music Award winning band Bangin’ Bu%u0308lows Nice Jazz Quartet he helps to draw contemporary jazz in new directions and is not afraid to face challenges and explore unknown territories. After touring through Europe, Asia, America, Russia and Africa he has obtained a wide vocabulary, influenced by many of the different cultures and traditions.

    DANIEL Sommer is a Danish drummer currently living in Copenhagen. He is widely known for his sensitive and creative drumming and he has had the opportunity to tour all over the world. Sommer has contributed to a wide range of releases from minimalist avant-garde to highly swinging straight ahead jazz, which has won him great praise among critics. Sommer's musical flexibility and sharp contrasts create the right conditions for the music to never lose its grip.

  • Snurretoppen By Carl Nielsen AMEB Piano Grade 5, Series 16, List A, No 2

    1:01

    Hey guys here is day 9, I hope this piece is fast enough for you. If you have any feedback or requests please comment it down below ????

  • Nirvana Smells Like Teen Spirit cover by Tajo Kadajas

    5:02

    Here is Estonian cover of Nirvana`s song „Smells Like Teen Spirit“ since 1991. With my great respect.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Tajo Kadajas (born May 12, 1953 in Tallinn) is an Estonian singer and composer. Member of the Estonian Authors' Society (1998), Estonian Performers Association (2001) and Estonian Association of the Phonogram Producers (2005). He has been active in the Estonian musical landscape from the 1970s to the present day, performed as singer in three different ensembles and has practiced various musical styles. Composed a couple of hundred songs and released 14 different audio albums, some of last virtual. Over the last ten years he has profoundly studied the origin of Estonian old children's songs and arranged them. In collaboration with a children’s song studio he has released 9 different albums of the old Estonian children's songs. Has performed on various occasions with other well-known Estonian singers all over Estonia on concert tours with different repertoires. Lately he has returned to his favorite music from his youth era and made covers of them in Estonian.

  • Writing and Talking about Music: Creating Thesis Statements | Simon Hutchinson

    4:22

    How to provide insightful analysis by crafting thesis statements. What useful information can you share through integrating your observations about the piece.

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  • Beethovens Symphony No. 7, 4th movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

    10:24

    Paavo Järvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

    He's ripe for the madhouse! wrote the composer Carl Maria von Weber. Who was? Ludwig van Beethoven. And why? Weber had just heard a performance of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony with its rollicking fourth movement.
    It can be amusing to read how the first listeners reacted to a composition that is today a classic. Weber wasn't the only critical voice. Clara Schumann's father, Friedrich Wieck, thought that this symphony – particularly the first and the last movements – could only have been written in a state of inebriation.
    Fast-forward from then to now: Do you need a lift? Listen to this finale to Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A Major, opus 92, marked Allegro con brio (Fast, with verve). This performance by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen under the musical direction of Paavo Järvi is guaranteed to lift your spirits.
    The swirl of energy and joy came from a man who was financially troubled, chronically ill and rapidly losing what was left of his ability to hear. Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 is something to keep in mind – and to open yourself to – if times are difficult. And not only then.
    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

    #Beethoven7th #PaavoJaervi #DeutscheKammerphilharmonieBremen

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  • Heino Eller, Night Calls, Symphonic Poem

    17:38

    Heino Eller, Night Calls, Symphonic Poem

    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
    Olari Elts, conductor

    Heino Eller (7 March 1887 – 16 June 1970) was an Estonian composer and composition teacher.
    Eller was born in Tartu, where he took private lessons in violin and music theory, played in several ensembles and orchestras, and performed as violin soloist. In 1907 he entered the Saint Petersburg Conservatory to study violin. From 1908 to 1911 he was a law student. In 1920 Eller graduated from the conservatory renamed to Petrograd Conservatory.

    From 1920 to 1940, Eller was a professor of music theory and composition at the Tartu Higher School for Music. During this time he formed the Tartu school of composition, which gave rise to many composers, including Eduard Tubin. In 1940 he became a professor of composition at the Tallinn Conservatory and taught there until his death in 1970. He was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1967.

    Eller was a teacher of composition. The school he formed in Tartu counterbalanced the so-called Tallinn school headed by Artur Kapp. Eller's pedagogical talent is versatile. The list of his pupils offers the best proof of this: each of them has created a distinguished original style. Among his students were Eduard Tubin, Villem Kapp, Kaljo Raid, Boris Kõrver, Anatoli Garshnek, Leo Normet, Valter Ojakäär, Uno Naissoo, Arne Oit, Jaan Rääts, Heino Jürisalu, Arvo Pärt, Alo Põldmäe, Lepo Sumera, Boris Parsadanian, Alfred Karindi, Eduard Oja, Olav Roots and Karl Leichter.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Anne Akiko Meyers Talks Arvo Pärt in Estonia

    8:46

    Anne Akiko Meyers was invited by legendary composer, Arvo Pärt to perform the opening concerts at the Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa, Estonia. She is interviewed and performs Arvo Pärt's Fratres with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Tõnu Kaljuste.

    She recently released her 37th recording, Mirror in Mirror, which features works by Arvo Pärt, Philip Glass, Morten Lauridsen, Jakub Ciupinski, John Corigliano and Maurice Ravel. She exclusively performs on the Ex-Vieuxtemps Guarneri del Gesu, dated 1741 and considered to be the finest violin in existence. Please visit for more information.

    Thanks to the Estonian National Broadcasting and APC for this beautiful documentary.

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  • Beethovens Symphony No. 4, 4th movement | conducted by Paavo Järvi

    8:06

    Paavo Järvi and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

    Following the first three movements, it's more good cheer in the finale of Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B-flat Major, opus 60. Allegro ma non troppo is the movement heading, fast but not too fast.

    Beethoven keeps us on our toes here, teasing us with a back and forth of loud and soft passages. And it all begins with rapid-action motion in the strings, a perpetuum mobile that returns again and again.

    Perpetual motion - self-sustained motion with no friction or loss of energy - is something that physicists and inventors of mechanical objects have dreamed of for ages. Maybe they don't know that it actually exists - in music. And it already did way back in November 1807 when Beethoven himself conducted the first public performance of his Fourth Symphony at the Vienna Burgtheater.

    Beethoven's latter-day successor as conductor, Paavo Järvi, provides the initial spark in this recording at the Beethovenfest in the composer's home town, Bonn, Germany. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie sustain the energy, but it's Beethoven himself who's the motor, carrying them along too.

    To continue the metaphor: Not only does the music in the fourth movement of Beethoven's Fourth propel itself forward, it sweeps us all along with it.
    Enjoy the ride!

    Deutsche Welle and Unitel Classica present Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi, conductor of the year 2019, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, recorded at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.

    #Beethoven4 #PaavoJaervi #DeutscheKammerphilharmonieBremen

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  • Puudutus

    3:47

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Puudutus (Touch) (arr. M. Kuuskmann for bassoon) · Martin Kuuskmann

    Theofanidis, Hummel & Mozart: Bassoon Concertos

    ℗ 2015 Estonian Record Productions

    Released on: 2015-11-13

    Artist: Martin Kuuskmann
    Composer: Tõnu Kõrvits
    Composer: Martin Kuuskmann

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Philip Greeley Clapp

    21:33

    Philip Greeley Clapp (1888-1954) (USA)
    Symphony No. 8 (1931)
    Dir : Dimitri Mitropoulos

    1- ? (6.12)
    2- ? (8.50)
    3- ? (6.24)

    LIST OF UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB, COLLECTIONCB2, COLLECTIONCB3, COLLECTIONCB4, COLLECTIONCB5
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    IDEAL DISCOTHEQUE OF MORE THAN 1,700 ORCHESTRAL WORKS OF FEELINGS :

  • Bonetrousle - Undertale

    58

    Música: Bonetrousle (Mix Alto en Calcio)
    Juego: Undertale
    Compositor: Toby Fox
    Plataformas: PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch
    Lista de Reproducción:

    Por favor lee la descripción del canal.

  • Traditional: A German Music Box

    1:59

    Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH

    Traditional: A German Music Box · Arsis Handbell Ensemble, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Aivar Maee

    Peeter Vaehi: Handbell Symphony

    ℗ 1997 Bella Musica

    Released on: 1997-11-12

    Music Publisher: Harold Flammer Orig-Verlag
    Composer: Traditional

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  • March

    3:44

    Provided to YouTube by Danmark Music Group

    March (Blue Eyed Devils cover) · Xopcc

    Compilation

    ℗ Horss

    Released on: 2017-08-01

    Composer: Xopcc

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Ester Mägi

    22:42

    Ester Mägi (b. 1922) (Estonie)
    Piano Concerto (1953)
    Pianiste : Ada Kuuseoks
    Dir : Arvo Volmer

    1- Allegro moderato (10.26)
    2- Andante sostenuto (6.08)
    3- Allegro (6.08)

    On collectionCB2 we can also listen to Ester Mägi's « Symphony No. 1 » (1968), « Fantaisie bucolique » for orchestra (1983) and « Poem (Vesper) for Strings » (1990 ; rev : 1999).

    LIST OF UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB, COLLECTIONCB2 and COLLECTIONCB3
    and
    IDEAL DISCOTHEQUE OF MORE THAN 1,300 ORCHESTRAL WORKS OF FEELINGS :

  • Best Friends Until The End of Time for Synthesia Real Piano

    2:04

    Synthesia Piano Tutorial of Best Friends Until the End of Time from the Episode All Bottled Up

    Download The MIDI File here:

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    #Synthesia #Piano #mlp

  • Oh! Dungeon - Undertale

    36

    Music: Oh! Dungeon (Nintendo Switch Version)
    Composer: Toby Fox
    Playlist:
    Platform: Nintendo Switch

    Please read the channel description... If you dare...

  • Jethro Tull Aqualung cover by Tajo Kadajas

    6:35

    Here is Estonian cover of Jethro Tull`s song Aqualung since 1971. A sign of deep respect.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Tajo Kadajas (born May 12, 1953 in Tallinn) is an Estonian singer and composer. Member of the Estonian Authors' Society (1998), Estonian Performers Association (2001) and Estonian Association of the Phonogram Producers (2005). He has been active in the Estonian musical landscape from the 1970s to the present day, performed as singer in three different ensembles and has practiced various musical styles. Composed a couple of hundred songs and released 14 different audio albums, some of last virtual. Over the last ten years he has profoundly studied the origin of Estonian old children's songs and arranged them. In collaboration with a children’s song studio he has released 9 different albums of the old Estonian children's songs. Has performed on various occasions with other well-known Estonian singers all over Estonia on concert tours with different repertoires. Lately he has returned to his favorite music from his youth era and made covers of them in Estonian.

  • Eino Tamberg - Trumpet Concerto №1

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    Eino Tamberg (27 May 1930 – 24 December 2010) was an Estonian composer. He was one of the most important representatives of neoclassicism in Estonian music, though his later works were more expressionistic in style. Two of Tamberg's most notable works are the ballet Joanna tentata (1971) and the Trumpet Concerto No. 1 (1972). The trumpet concerto remains one of his most popular works and was performed not only in Europe, but also in Hong Kong and Singapore!

    Trumpet — Dmitry Malz
    Piano — Zoia Tsybul'nyk
    Marimba, percussion — Kostiantyn Dudnyk
    © 04.06.2019

    ☀ My covers:
    ❄❄❄ Carol of the Bells - Pentatonix (Instrumental):
    ❄❄❄ Vavilov Ave Maria:
    ❄❄❄ Pentatonix Daft Punk:
    ❄❄❄ Handel Water Music:
    ❄❄❄ MC Fioti Bum Bum Tam Tam:

    Check my playlist Ensembles for more! thx=)

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