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Playlist of List of Estonian composers

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  • Estrada Orchestra - Garden Of Pleasures - Jazzbeatjäätis LP - Stereophonk

    6:27

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    Forerunners of underground Estonian jazz-funk since 2013, Estrada Orchestra is a 5-piece based in Tallinn. Loosely defined genre borders situate the group of master improvisers into equal parts psychedelic grooves and avant-garde. Although names like Herbie Hancock and Mulatu Astatke pop into mind, the list of kindred spirits of Estrada is far and beyond to find. Established producer and bass player Misha Panfilov brings his expertise in film music, deep funk and Eastern Bloc obscurities while Volodja Brodsky smooths things out with fusion influences behind the Clavinet and Rhodes. Both composers are equally obsessed with all that’s jazz. Flutist Ilja Gussarov, the solist and shaman of the bunch, orchestrates the crowd into a tribe with a vibe that shines in a live setting. Sashko Petrov on tenor sax and percussion adds the slick soul of a vagabonder to the recipe. Madis Katkosilt of provides a solid backbone with heavy beats and just the right amount of crunch on the drums.
    “‘Jazzbeatjäätis’ really reminds me of Hancock’s ‘Mwandashi’ or ‘Sextant’ era with Bennie Maupin.” - Alain Mion, Cortex

  • Tõnu Kõrvits - Kreegi Vihik

    28:34

    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)

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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.

  • Gloria in excelsis Deo

    2:09

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    Gloria in excelsis Deo (Chorus) · Kaia Urb

    Vivaldi, A.: Kyrie / Gloria in D Major / Credo / Magnificat in G Minor

    ℗ 2003 Carus

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Artist: Kaia Urb
    Artist: Vilve Hepner
    Artist: Anna Zander
    Artist: Mati Turi
    Choir: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
    Conductor: Tonu Kaljuste
    Orchestra: Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
    Composer: Antonio Vivaldi

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  • 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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  • Estrada Orchestra - Queens - Stereophonk Records 2017

    5:53



    Forerunners of underground Estonian jazz-funk since 2013, Estrada Orchestra is a 5-piece based in Tallinn. Loosely defined genre borders situate the group of master improvisers into equal parts psychedelic grooves and avant-garde. Although names like Herbie Hancock and Mulatu Astatke pop into mind, the list of kindred spirits of Estrada is far and beyond to find. Established producer and bass player Misha Panfilov brings his expertise in film music, deep funk and Eastern Bloc obscurities while Volodja Brodsky smooths things out with fusion influences behind the Clavinet and Rhodes. Both composers are equally obsessed with all that’s jazz. Flutist Ilja Gussarov, the solist and shaman of the bunch, orchestrates the crowd into a tribe with a vibe that shines in a live setting. Sashko Petrov on tenor sax and percussion adds the slick soul of a vagabonder to the recipe. Madis Katkosilt of provides a solid backbone with heavy beats and just the right amount of crunch on the drums.
    “‘Jazzbeatjäätis’ really reminds me of Hancock’s ‘Mwandashi’ or ‘Sextant’ era with Bennie Maupin.” - Alain Mion, Cortex

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  • Estrada Orchestra - Troubled Mind - Jazzbeatjäätis LP - Stereophonk

    7:27

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    Forerunners of underground Estonian jazz-funk since 2013, Estrada Orchestra is a 5-piece based in Tallinn. Loosely defined genre borders situate the group of master improvisers into equal parts psychedelic grooves and avant-garde. Although names like Herbie Hancock and Mulatu Astatke pop into mind, the list of kindred spirits of Estrada is far and beyond to find. Established producer and bass player Misha Panfilov brings his expertise in film music, deep funk and Eastern Bloc obscurities while Volodja Brodsky smooths things out with fusion influences behind the Clavinet and Rhodes. Both composers are equally obsessed with all that’s jazz. Flutist Ilja Gussarov, the solist and shaman of the bunch, orchestrates the crowd into a tribe with a vibe that shines in a live setting. Sashko Petrov on tenor sax and percussion adds the slick soul of a vagabonder to the recipe. Madis Katkosilt of provides a solid backbone with heavy beats and just the right amount of crunch on the drums.
    “‘Jazzbeatjäätis’ really reminds me of Hancock’s ‘Mwandashi’ or ‘Sextant’ era with Bennie Maupin.” - Alain Mion, Cortex

  • Heino Eller, Phantomes

    18:55

    Heino Eller, Phantomes (1924)

    Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Peeter Lilje, 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.

  • Puudutus

    3:47

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    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

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  • Pro Memoria of the ferryboat Estonia

    8:51

    Pro Memoria of the ferryboat Estonia.
    The Baltic Trio.
    In 1988, the time when three Baltic states were going through their fight of independence and spiritual renaissance, an idea crystallized to establich a unique chamber ensemble of the highest standard thet would represent the musical culture of each of the three states. This was the beginning of the Baltic Trio, an ensemble comprised by one of the most celebrated Lithuanian flutists Algirdas Vizgirda, the most outstanding Latvian harpsichordist Aina Kalnciema, and the top-notch cellist Teet Järvi representing Estonia. The trio functions as a project group.
    Although its repertoire ranges from modern to baroque pieces, the trio is first and foremost oriented on the promotion of the works of modern Baltic composers. Many of them have composed specially for Baltic Trio, which in its turn introduced their music to European audiences.

    Algirdas Vizgirda
    Teet Järvi is a member of the prominent family of musicians that has produced a number of the finest conductors in Estonia and worldwide. After graduation from Estonian Academy of Music his studies took him to Prof. Homitser in Moscow. He has won a number of competotions (1974, 1976, 1981). Teet Jarvi was a founding member of the Tallinn String Quartet, also the leader of the cello group of the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Today he teaches at the Lahti Conservatoire and plays in Lahti Symphony Orchestra in Finland.
    Aina Kalnciema was born in Riga. Graduating (with honours) from piano and organ classes of St. Petersburg Conservatoiry, she perfected her skills in harpsichord interpretation in Holland, France, Switzerland and Germany. Since 1978 she has regularly performed as harpsichord soloist, and has toured in all republics of the former Soviet Union, nearly all European countries, in the USA, Canada, and Australia. She has performed with famous orchestras, conductors and soloists, such as the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Moscow Virtuosos, V.Tretiakow, V.Spivakov, O.Zoboli, also with musicians from such ensembles as Hortus Musicus, La Petite Bande, Musica Antiqua Köln, Les Arts Florissants, etc. Aina Kalnciema teaches harpsichord at Latvian Academy of Music, at the same time heading the Bach Music Centre in Riga and Latvian Association of Harpsichordists. Aina Kalnciema has many recordings of early and contemporary music.

    The Estonia disaster occurred on Wednesday, 28 September 1994, between about 00:55 to 01:50 (UTC+2) as the ship was crossing the Baltic Sea, en route from Tallinn, Estonia, to Stockholm. The Estonia was on a scheduled crossing with departure at 19:00 in the evening on September 27. It had been expected in Stockholm the next morning at about 09:30. She was carrying 989 passengers and crew.[JAIC 2] Most of the passengers were Scandinavian while most of the crew members were Estonian. Avo Piht, a sea captain on the vessel as a passenger, was first said to have survived but his name was later struck from the list of survivors.[8]
    Out of a total of 989 passengers and crew on board 138 were rescued alive but one died later in the hospital.[1] The accident claimed 852 lives (501 Swedes, 285 Estonians, 17 Latvians, 10 Finns and 44 people of other nationalities: 1 from Belarus, 1 from Canada, 1 from France, 1 from the Netherlands, 1 from Nigeria, 1 from Ukraine, 1 from United Kingdom, 2 from Morocco, 3 from Lithuania, 5 from Denmark, 6 from Norway, 10 from Germany, 11 from Russia), by drowning and hypothermia, (the water temperature was 10°C11 °C/5052 °F). One prominent victim of the sinking was the popular Estonian singer Urmas Alender. 93 bodies were recovered within 33 days of the accident. Victim number 94 was found 18 months later.[1] By the time the rescue helicopters began to arrive, around a third of the people who escaped from the Estonia had died of hypothermia.[1] The survivors of the shipwreck were mostly young, of strong physical composition, and male. Seven people over 55 years of age survived. There were no survivors under age 12. About 750 people were inside the ship when it sank.[JAIC

  • Jean Sibelius - Vâinôs Song, Op. 110 - Paavo Jârvi

    8:48

    Väinö's Song.
    Sibelius - Cantatas.

    Ellerhein Girls' Choir.
    Estonian National Male Choir.
    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra.
    Paavo Jârvi, conductor.

    Op. 110 Väinön virsi (Väinö's Song), cantata for mixed choir and orchestra; words from Kalevala. Completed 1926; first performance in Sortavala, 28th June 1926 (conducted by Robert Kajanus).
    In the summer of 1926 Jean Sibelius composed two works inspired by Kalevala: Tapiola and Väinö's Song. Tapiola is an original masterpiece, but this is not quite the case with Väinö's Song.
    Väinö's Song was performed in Sortavala at the end of June, and it has never been in the standard repertoire. After a long interval Sibelius took up his diary: he cursed the commissioned works and wrote that he was drinking whisky. He returned to the hymn in his letter to Wäinö Sola in 1928: The compositions which I have recently composed for festivities -- the Degree Ceremony March, Hymn of the Earth and Väinö's Song ‧ have not been performed since, nor have I found a publisher for them.
    In 1927 Sibelius was free from debt and had begun to accumulate considerable wealth. He no longer needed to write cantatas for patriotic commissions. But sadly, after this date he wrote no other orchestra works that he considered good enough.
    Yet in itself Väinö's Song provides a beautiful conclusion to Sibelius's works with a Kalevala motif: he had made his breakthrough with Kullervo and Väinämöinen's Boat-ride. Once more he returned to the texts of Kalevala and Väinämöinen, old and steadfast. In Väinö's Song there is a prayer that people would always live well and die honourably in the sweet land of Finland, in the beautiful land of Karelia.
    This was a prayer that came from the heart of the patriotic composer.Orchestral music: also see the presentations of incidental music and Kari Kilpeläinen's lists of Sibelius's compositions: orchestral works.

  • 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:

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

  • Heino Eller, Homeland Tune

    3:37

    Heino Eller, Homeland Tune

    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
    Arvo Volmer, conductor

    Photo: Five composers of the uit de Tartu School, from left to right: Eduard Tubin, Olav Roots, Heino Eller, Karl Leichter en Alfred Karindi.

    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.

  • 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.

  • Heino Eller, Symphony No 2 Unfinished

    13:51

    Heino Eller, Symphony No. 2 (1947) (Unfinished)

    Andante – Allegro molto

    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.

  • Arvo Pärt- Spiegel im Spiegel

    10:11

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

  • Green Day 21 Guns cover by Tajo Kadajas

    5:14

    Here is Estonian cover of Green Day`s song 21 Guns since 2009. With my great respect.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    21 Guns (Estonian)
    Verse 1:
    Kas sa tead, mis on võitlust väärt
    Seda väärt, et võiks selle eest surra?
    Kas see viib sinult hinge seest
    Ja sa tunned ennast juba kui hauas?
    Valu kas kaalub uhkuse üles?
    Otsid kohta, kus varjuda saaks?
    Südant murda kas keegi sul võib?
    Oled katki

    Refrain:
    Saadab meid hauda saluut.
    Langeta relvad ja võitlusest loobu.
    Saadab meid hauda saluut.
    Langeta relvad ja võitlusest loobu.
    Teeme nii.

    Verse 2:
    Oled käinud kui lõpuni tee.
    Kadund käest on sul kogu kontroll.
    Sinu mõtted on kinni su peas,
    kui su mõistus lõhub hinge ja vaimu.
    Sinu usk püsib õhkõrnal jääl.
    Kui pohmell, mis küll mööda ei läe.
    Igavesti see kesta ei saa.
    Oled katki.

    Refrain:
    Saadab meid hauda saluut.
    Langeta relvad ja võitlusest loobu.
    Saadab meid hauda saluut.
    Langeta relvad ja võitlusest loobu.
    Teeme nii.

    Bridge:
    Kas see olla võis üldse su elu?
    Kui sa põletasid maha seal kodu?
    Kas sa seisid siis leekidel ligi?
    Nagu valetaja, kes otsib kivilt andestust.

    Verse 3:
    Eluks antud on üksainus aeg.
    Järgmist katset sa enam ei saa.
    Miski surnud su südame sees.
    Oled katki

    Refrain:

    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.

  • Estländer by Arvo Pärt; Robert Simonds, Violin

    1:20

    Estländer for solo violin (2006)
    Composer, Arvo Pärt

    Violin, Robert Simonds
    roberthuntsimonds.com
    @simondsviolin


    @dtchamberseries

  • Heino Eller, In the Shade and in the Sun

    11:14

    Heino Eller, In the Shade and in the Sun (1926)

    Orchester des Estnischen Rundfunks (Estonian Radio Orchestra)
    Peeter Lilje, 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.
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  • Anne Akiko Meyers; Arvo Pärts Fratres Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

    11:48

    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 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.

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  • 14 Beautiful Female Classical Pianists

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  • Jean Sibelius – Snöfrid

    11:23

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    Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)

    Snöfrid, Op. 29
    Improvisation for Narrator, Chorus and Orchestra
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    Ellerhein Girls' Choir
    Estonian National Male Choir
    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
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  • Heino Eller, Violin Concerto in B minor

    19:39

    Heino Eller, Violin Concerto in B minor (1933-34, final version 1963-64)

    Viktor Pikaizen, violin
    Orchester des Estnischen Rundfunks (Estonian Radio Orchestra)
    Peeter Lilje, 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.
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  • Rod Stewart I Don`t Want To Talk About It cover by Tajo Kadajas

    4:04

    Here is Estonian cover of Rod Stewart`s classic song I Don`t Want To Talk About It since 1975. 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.

  • Andertule | Bonetrousle PC Synthesia

    2:19

    Music: Bonetrousle (Alpha Mix)
    Game: Undertale
    Platform: PC / PlayStation 4 / Switch
    Composer: Toby Fox
    Transcriber: IronInfidel47
    Ripped By: SulvaGinner
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  • R.E.M. Losing My Religion cover by Tajo Kadajas

    3:34

    Here is Estonian cover of R.E.M`s song Losing My Religion since 1991. With great respect.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    16.04.2018 saadetud vormikohane taotlus autoriõiguste valdajale Universal Music Publishing AB-le, et taotleda selle laulu eestikeelse tõlke tegemise luba.
    02.05.2018 saadud õiguste valdajalt nõusolek:
    Hi Tajo,
    I received an answer now. Losing my religion is now approved! A note from the writers: “We LOVE Estonia! Played there twice, 2005 and 2008!”
    Best regards,
    Naila Saleh | Executive Assistant / Office Manager
    Universal Music Publishing Nordic
    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

    Przeczucie / nieuchronne moje coroczne... :) / nostalgii jesieni? -- ★JEAN SIBELIUS -- -- i ulubiony Valse Triste Op.44, No.1. ZNAKOMITA, niecodzienna, kameralna, by rzec konfesyjna, lecz nie niwelująca melancholii, niepokoju utworu 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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    *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. In

    After graduating Friedrich Hermann obtained in 1846 the position of principal violist of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, and he also played in various theatre orchestras. In 1847, at the age of 19, he started teaching at the Leipzig Conservatory, where in 1848 he was appointed Professor of Violin (one of the first of its students to become a professor), and he remained at the Conservatory until his death. Besides his work with the Conservatory and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Hermann was a member of the Gewandhaus Quartet. In 1878, in order to devote himself to teaching, composing, and editing, he resigned all appointments except the Conservatory. He was named Royal Saxon Professor in 1883.

    Friedrich Hermann was present at the creation of one of the great European music institutions, the Conservatory of Music in Leipzig. David and F. Mendelssohn both had connections to the older French violin school of Kreutzer, Viotti and Rode, and Hermann showed the greatest respect for this school by editing numerous French school works. Violin students will remember Hermann as the editor of many violin works published by for both Peters and Augener Editions. His work as an editor is well known and includes compositions by Tartini, Haydn, Mozart, L.v. Beethoven, F. Mendelssohn, Schubert, as well as those by the famous violinists such as Kreutzer, Bériot and Rode and many more, and his cadenzas for some of these works are quite inventive. He also wrote a violin manual.

    In addition to his work as an editor, Friedrich Hermann was a prolific arranger and composer. He composed a symphony, a quartet for wind instruments, and several other chamber music works, which clearly shows his affinity with the new emerging romantic virtuoso style that was part and parcel of 19th century string playing. As befits a lifelong teacher, perhaps the best known of his works are his Violin School and his studies. His music is always well-constructed, and displays an affinity for the early Romanticism of the 19th century. His great clarity of texture is reminiscent of his great teacher F. Mendelssohn.

    The Chamber Music Journal wrote about the String Quartet: “Friedrich Hermann's String Quartet in e minor, Op.8 was composed during the 1850's, not long after Mendelssohn's death, who at the time had been considered the greatest composer since Beethoveb. Hence, it is hardly surprising that the compositions of a recent student of Mendelssohn should show the influence of that master…” According to a contemporary “in 1852 a symphony of his composition was executed at the Gewandhaus concerts with great success”.

    Works (selection) --

    Capriccio for 3 violins, Op. 2 (published in 1855 by Peters in Leipzig)
    Capriccio for 3 violins, Op. 5 (published in 1856 by Peters in Leipzig)
    String Quartet in E minor, Op. 8 (composed during the 1850's)
    Burlesque for 3 violins in G major, Op. 9 (published in 1857 by Kistner in Leipzig; dedicated to Fréderic, Sophie, and Victor Ráczek)
    Grand Duo Brillant for Violin and Cello, Op. 12 (published in 1858 by Kistner in Leipzig; dedicated to Louis Spohr)
    Capriccio for 3 violins, Op. 13 (published in 1859 by Peters in Leipzig)
    Suite for 3 violins, Op. 17
    Symphony (1852).
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  • 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.

  • Chris Rea Road To Hell cover by Tajo Kadajas

    4:24

    Here is Estonian cover of Chris Rea`s classic song Road To Hell since 1989. With my great respect. Estonian lyrics by Heldur Karmo.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Hi Tajo,
    It’s ok to use this version The Road To Hell by Heldur Karmo – Põrgutee, under the condition there has been no changes in the lyrics or in the orignal tune of the song.
    All the best,
    Charlotte Hellström
    Contract Administrator
    Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia
    28.11.2017
    Hi,
    Yes, you can use the already existing lyrics written by Heldur Karmo. Then it goes as a straight cover and for that you don´t need a permission.
    Best regards
    Cover/Sample Clearance Team
    22.12.2017
    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.

  • Heino Eller The singing Fields

    10:46

    Heino Eller The singing Fields (1951)

    Orchester des Estnischen Rundfunks (Estonian Radio Orchestra)
    Vello Påhn, 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.

  • The Best of Tallis

    1:17:09

    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

  • Anonymous 4 - John Tavener: Darkness into Light

    59:54

    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

  • Erik Satie: Gymnopédies & Gnossiennes

    1:5:19

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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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  • egils straume - Pro Memoria of the ferryboat Estonia.

    8:52

    egils straume - Pro Memoria of the ferryboat Estonia.
    The Baltic Trio.
    Composer Egils Straume .
    In 1988, the time when three Baltic states were going through their fight of independence and spiritual renaissance, an idea crystallized to establich a unique chamber ensemble of the highest standard thet would represent the musical culture of each of the three states. This was the beginning of the Baltic Trio, an ensemble comprised by one of the most celebrated Lithuanian flutists Algirdas Vizgirda, the most outstanding Latvian harpsichordist Aina Kalnciema, and the top-notch cellist Teet Järvi representing Estonia. The trio functions as a project group.
    Although its repertoire ranges from modern to baroque pieces, the trio is first and foremost oriented on the promotion of the works of modern Baltic composers. Many of them have composed specially for Baltic Trio, which in its turn introduced their music to European audiences.

    Algirdas Vizgirda
    Teet Järvi is a member of the prominent family of musicians that has produced a number of the finest conductors in Estonia and worldwide. After graduation from Estonian Academy of Music his studies took him to Prof. Homitser in Moscow. He has won a number of competotions (1974, 1976, 1981). Teet Jarvi was a founding member of the Tallinn String Quartet, also the leader of the cello group of the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Today he teaches at the Lahti Conservatoire and plays in Lahti Symphony Orchestra in Finland.
    Aina Kalnciema was born in Riga. Graduating (with honours) from piano and organ classes of St. Petersburg Conservatoiry, she perfected her skills in harpsichord interpretation in Holland, France, Switzerland and Germany. Since 1978 she has regularly performed as harpsichord soloist, and has toured in all republics of the former Soviet Union, nearly all European countries, in the USA, Canada, and Australia. She has performed with famous orchestras, conductors and soloists, such as the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Moscow Virtuosos, V.Tretiakow, V.Spivakov, O.Zoboli, also with musicians from such ensembles as Hortus Musicus, La Petite Bande, Musica Antiqua Köln, Les Arts Florissants, etc. Aina Kalnciema teaches harpsichord at Latvian Academy of Music, at the same time heading the Bach Music Centre in Riga and Latvian Association of Harpsichordists. Aina Kalnciema has many recordings of early and contemporary music.

    The Estonia disaster occurred on Wednesday, 28 September 1994, between about 00:55 to 01:50 (UTC+2) as the ship was crossing the Baltic Sea, en route from Tallinn, Estonia, to Stockholm. The Estonia was on a scheduled crossing with departure at 19:00 in the evening on September 27. It had been expected in Stockholm the next morning at about 09:30. She was carrying 989 passengers and crew.[JAIC 2] Most of the passengers were Scandinavian while most of the crew members were Estonian. Avo Piht, a sea captain on the vessel as a passenger, was first said to have survived but his name was later struck from the list of survivors.[8]
    Out of a total of 989 passengers and crew on board 138 were rescued alive but one died later in the hospital.[1] The accident claimed 852 lives (501 Swedes, 285 Estonians, 17 Latvians, 10 Finns and 44 people of other nationalities: 1 from Belarus, 1 from Canada, 1 from France, 1 from the Netherlands, 1 from Nigeria, 1 from Ukraine, 1 from United Kingdom, 2 from Morocco, 3 from Lithuania, 5 from Denmark, 6 from Norway, 10 from Germany, 11 from Russia), by drowning and hypothermia, (the water temperature was 10°C11 °C/5052 °F). One prominent victim of the sinking was the popular Estonian singer Urmas Alender. 93 bodies were recovered within 33 days of the accident. Victim number 94 was found 18 months later.[1] By the time the rescue helicopters began to arrive, around a third of the people who escaped from the Estonia had died of hypothermia.[1] The survivors of the shipwreck were mostly young, of strong physical composition, and male. Seven people over 55 years of age survived. There were no survivors under age 12. About 750 people were inside the ship when it sank.[JAIC

  • Arvo Pärt Collection

    59:18

    1. Tabula Rasa: Ludus 00:00
    2. Tabula Rasa: Silentium 09:50
    3. Frates 23:18
    4. Cantus In Memory Of Benjamin Britten 33:12
    5. Summa for Strings 39:24
    6. Spiegel Im Spiegel 44:51
    7. Festina lente 53:09


    Gidon Kremer, Keith Jarrett & Tatjana Grindenko
    Bournemouth Sinfonietta
    Tasmin Little, Martin Roscoe, Richard Studt

  • A Choral Christmas

    1:49:03

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    About this Album:
    A selection of beautifull classical pieces, traditional Christmas music and beautiful Christmas carols to help you get in the holiday spirit! Enjoy

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Once in royals David’s city
    00:04:41 Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248, PT1 ; I. Chorus. Jauchzet. Frohlocket!(Chorus)
    00:12:42 Messiah, HWV 56, Pt 1:IV., And the glory of the lord shall be revealed
    00:15:34 Messiah. HWV 56, Pt 1: XII. For unto us a child is born
    00:19:38 Messiah. HWV 56, Pt 1: XVII. Glory to god in the highest
    00:21:31 Rejoice and be Merry
    00:23:01 Christmas Oratorio, bwv 248, Pt. 3: XIII. Chorus, da capo. Herrscher des himmels
    00:25:24 Messiah, HWV 56, Pt 2: XXVI. All we like sheep have gone Astray
    00:29:08 Messiah, HWV 56, Pt 3: LIII. Worthy is the Lamb…Amen
    00:35:57 Ding Dong , Merrily on high
    00:38:05 Christmas oratorio, BWV 248, Pt. 4: I Chorus. Fallt mit danken, Fallt mit loben (Chorus)
    00:43:44 What sweeter music
    00:48:03 Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248, Pt. 5: I. Chorus. Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen (Chorus)
    00:55:04 O Little Town of Bethlehem
    00:58:44 A Spotless Rose
    01:03:01 King Jesus Hath a Garden
    01:06:09 The Lamb
    01:11:37 Bogoróditse Dyévo
    01:12:16 Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
    01:15:42 Dazu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes, BWV 40 for the Second Day of Christmas: I. Coro. Dazu
    01:21:06 Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, BWV 62 for the First Sunday of Advent: I. Coro. Nun Komm, der Heiden Heilan
    01:24:36 Gelobet Seist Du, Jesu Christ, BWV 91: VI. Choral (Coro). Das hat er alles uns getan
    01:28:35 Preise, Jerusalem, den Herrn, BWV 119: I. Coro. Preise, Jerusalem, den Herrn
    01:30:11 Ich freue mich in dir, BWV 133: I. Coro. Ich freue mich in dir
    01:31:59 While Shepherds Watched
    01:34:41 Quittez, Pasteurs
    01:37:52 In Dulci Jubilo
    01:41:30 The First Nowell
    01:45:54 Coventry Carol

    #Christmasmusic #Choralmusic #Choral #Classical #Classicalmusic #Christmas

  • Avril Lavigne Complicated cover by Tajo Kadajas

    4:06

    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.

  • STEN LASSMANN

    4:05

    Recorded at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, 18 October 2011
    Sound: Tammo Sumera
    Video: Marek Vilba
    Heino Eller (1887-1970) was the central figure in the development of Estonian musical culture both as a composer and a teacher of composition. Amongst Eller's predominantly instrumental music there are nearly 200 works for the piano. Sten Lassmann is recording the first ever Heino Eller Complete Piano Music for Toccata Classics.

  • 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.

  • Steve Reich, Music for 18 Musicians - FULL PERFORMANCE with eighth blackbird

    1:5:56

    Music for 18 Musicians
    by Steve Reich
    Used with Permission by Hendon Music: An Imagem Company

    PERFORMANCE:

    February 5, 2011
    Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
    Performance Produced by eighth blackbird
    Filmed by Dan Nichols, Nichols Media

    PERFORMERS:

    eighth blackbird
    Tim Munro, flutes (piano and marimba for this performance)
    Michael J. Maccaferri, clarinets
    Matt Albert, violin
    Nicholas Photinos, cello
    Matthew Duvall, percussion
    Lisa Kaplan, piano

    Third Coast Percussion
    Owen Clayton Condon, percussion
    Robert Dillon, percussion
    Peter Martin, percussion
    David Skidmore, percussion

    Meehan/Perkins Duo
    Todd Meehan, percussion
    Doug Perkins, percussion

    Guest Artists
    Sunshine Simmons, clarinets
    Adam Marks, piano
    Amy Briggs, piano
    Amy Conn, soprano
    Kirsten Hedegaard, soprano
    Susan Nelson, soprano
    Nina Heebinck, mezzo soprano

    This performance was made possible through the generous support of 
    The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation
    Prince Charitable Trusts
    The Illinois Arts Council
    The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs

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  • Eino Tamberg - Trumpet Concerto №1

    6:00

    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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  • Anne Akiko Meyers Opening Concert Spiegel im Spiegel Arvo Pärt Centre

    8:17

    Anne Akiko Meyers was invited by legendary composer, Arvo Pärt to perform the opening recital at the Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa, Estonia. She performs Spiegel im Spiegel (Mirror in Mirror) with Akira Eguchi, piano.

    She recently released her 37th recording, Mirror in Mirror (Spiegel im Spiegel), 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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  • Ozzy Osbourne Dreamer cover by Tajo Kadajas

    4:45

    Here is Estonian cover of Ozzy Osbourne`s song Dreamer since 2001. With my great respect.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Re: Dreamer (Ozzy Osbourne/Marti Frederiksen/Mick Jones)
    We hereby give permission to the following Estonian lyrics, to above mentioned title:
    Unistaja by Tajo Kadajas
    to be used for recording/public appearances.
    Please observe that permission can be given only if the following terms are fulfilled:
    1. Further changes of the Estonian lyrics must be approved by Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia AB
    2. Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia AB, the original title and the composers name shall be printed on the record label on all of the recordings.
    3. If the Estonian lyrics shall be printed on the cover or in other media a separate permission is needed. This is also valid if you want to print the original lyrics.
    4. The lyricist receives no shares for the new Estonian lyrics.
    Best regards
    Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia AB
    Charlotte Hellström
    Contract Administrator
    February 2, 2018
    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.

  • The Police Every Breath You Take cover by Tajo Kadajas

    3:51

    Here is Estonian cover of The Police`s classic song Every Breath You Take since 1983. I love this song.
    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.

  • Nyman: Complete Piano Music played by Jeroen van Veen

    1:50:46

    Online Purchase/Streaming (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play and more):

    Jeroen van Veen’s recordings of Minimalist piano music have received critical acclaim while also reaching a wide and receptive audience. Previous albums of Satie (BC94768), Einaudi (BC9452), Glass (BC9519), Riley (BC95217) and much more are now joined by the music of Michael Nyman, who may not have invented the genre as Satie did, but was the first to bring Glass, Reich and their contemporaries to wider attention and coin the term Minimalism to describe the way that they rebelled against European modernism and returned to a stripped-back tonality in ways that meshed with popular music of the time.

    Michael Nyman (born 1944) is one of the most famous and successful film music composers of our time. His music, although inextricably connected with the visual action of a film, has the quality to stand on its own, to evoke and express the visual emotions in sounds only.

    Nyman’s most famous film score is of the film “The Piano” , becoming an instant hit. Its openness and its deceptively simple musical lines appealed to a mass audience.
    The music featured on this recording is either originally written for piano or arranged by the composer himself.
    Minimal Music champion Jeroen van Veen has been fascinated by Nyman’s music his whole life, and the recording of it was a logical step. He is the ideal interpreter of this seductive, mind opening music.

    00:00:00 The Heart Asks Pleasure First I
    00:04:16 Lost And Found
    00:07:32 All Imperfect Things
    00:11:14 The Promise
    00:14:22 Big My Secret
    00:18:24 The Mood That Passes Through You
    00:21:43 Deep Sleep Playing
    00:23:54 The Embrace
    00:26:16 Silver-fingered Fling
    00:30:39 Here to There
    00:32:18 The Attraction of The Pedalling Ankle
    00:38:22 The Heart Asks Pleasure First II
    00:41:28 Jack
    00:44:00 Franklyn
    00:46:28 Nadia
    00:49:52 Debbie
    00:54:49 Bill
    00:57:05 Odessa Beach
    01:00:56 Diary of Love
    01:04:23 Digital Tragedy
    01:07:16 Fly Drive
    01:08:14 The Morrow
    01:12:41 The Departure
    01:16:29 The Exchange
    01:19:59 Why?
    01:23:09 The Schoolroom
    01:25:13 If
    01:29:40 Goodbye Moortie
    01:32:35 Chatterbox Waltz
    01:35:03 Candlefire
    01:38:33 Chasing Sheep Is Best Left to Shepherds
    01:42:44 Sheep ‘N’ Tides
    01:45:14 Time Lapse

    Artist:
    Jeroen van Veen (piano)

  • Philip Glass - Glassworks

    39:32

    Philip Glass - Glassworks (complete)

  • 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

  • Alternate Future Anthem of a Chinese-Ruled Finland

    1:17

    Don't miss out all of my other national anthem lyric videos when you check out the following playlists:
    1.) Nightcore National Anthem Lyric Videos Made by Disco Saturn:

    2.) Alternate History Anthems in Nightcore Style by Disco Saturn:


    NOTE: This upload is actually a new edit of reusing the national anthems of China and Finland as one that answers the following alternate future question: What if the People's Republic of China had conquered Finland under their new worldwide empire?

    Here in this alternate history video I am making a Nightcore anthem medley of China - March of the Volunteers (义勇军进行曲 / Yìyǒngjūn Jìnxíngqǔ) - and Finland [Maamme (Our Land)] by combining both audio tracks from the previous uploads of individual videos. Before that I edited all the audio on Audacity by speeding up the audio. See each of the individual links at:
    1.) March of the Volunteers:
    2.) Maamme (Vocaloid Choir Version):

    Meanwhile I have edited the flag of a Chinese-ruled Finland by combining the symbolism and colors of China and Finland. As a disclaimer I am still showing respect of each of the two anthems while I wrote down the original Chinese and Finnish texts at the bottom so you can sing along with it. I just think this medley remix I made sounds great and liked the way it turned out. Meanwhile, see the original Vocaloid mix that the original composer (E5rael) did at .


    TAGS INCLUDED: National Anthem, Alternate Universe, China, Finland, Nightcore, Lyrics (Website Category)

  • Scorpions Wind Of Change cover by Tajo Kadajas

    5:08

    Here is Estonian cover of Scorpions song Wind Of Change since 1990. 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.

  • Yves Montand Autumn Leaves cover by Tajo Kadajas

    5:40

    Here is Estonian cover of Yves Montand`s song Les Feuilles Mortes since 1946. And Eric Clapton made his own cover too.
    Estonian lyrics by Heldur Karmo. With my great respect.
    Here is all my covers playlist
    Hi,
    Yes, you can use the already existing lyrics written by Heldur Karmo. Then it goes as a straight cover and for that you don´t need a permission.
    Best regards
    Cover/Sample Clearance Team
    22.12.2017
    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.

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