Raimo Kangro

WORKS FOR THE STAGE

Operas

  • opera in 2 acts
    1999
    94'
    Libretto: Kirke and Maarja Kangro
    Fp: November, 26, 1999, Theatre Estonia, director Neeme Kuningas, conductor Paul Mägi, festival NYYD ’99
  • Uku and Ecu, Op. 56 [Uku ja Ecu op. 56]
    opera in 8 scenes
    1997
    51'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste, directors Priit Pedajas and Tõnu Kaljuste; February 27 and 28, 1998, Rotermann Salt Storage, Tallinn
  • He, Op. 50 [Tema op. 50]
    chamber opera (unfinished)
    1995
    10'
    mezzo soprano, string quartet, wind instruments, percussion, piano
    Text: Leelo Tungal
  • The Traitor, Op. 54 [Reetur op. 54]
    chamber opera
    1995
    40'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal after Kurt Vonnegut
    Fp: March, 26–27, 1995, Rotermann Salt Storage, director Peeter Jalakas, conductor Olari Elts, NYYD Ensemble, soloists: Annika Tõnuri, Villu Valdmaa, Mati Turi, Allan Vurma, Mati Vaikmaa
    Commissioned by: NYYD Festival
  • Sensation, Op. 38 [Sensatsioon op. 38]
    teleopera
    1986
    35'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal after Karel Čapek
    Fp: Tõnis Mägi (František), Silvi Vrait (Katarina), Taisto Noor (Jensen, clairvoyant), Rostislav Gurjev (Suchanek), Väino Puura (police chief), Olav Ehala (piano), Jaan Karp (percussion), Vello Annuk (bass guitar), Raimo Kangro (synthesizer), Theatre Estonia Chamber Orchestra, conductor Endel Nõgene. Eesti Telefilm 1986, director Irene Lään.
  • The Sacrifice, Op. 24 [Ohver op. 24]
    opera in 5 scenes, prologue and epilogue
    1981
    90'
    Libretto: Kulno Süvalep and Leelo Tungal after tale "The Seprent" by Aleksey Tolstoy
    Fp: February, 22, 1981, State Academic Theatre Estonia, conductor Eri Klas, director Arne Mikk  
    Commissioned by: State Academic Theatre Estonia
    Distributer: Piano reduction (1989) is available in EMIC Music Shop
  • Northern Maiden [Põhjaneitsi]
    rock opera, in cooperation with Andres Valkonen
    1980
    106'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal and Andres Jaaksoo after the fairy tale of Kārlis Skalbe
    Fp: October 13, 1980, Theatre Vanemuine, Tartu. Silvi Vrait, Vello Toomemets, Tõnu Kilgas, Theatre Vanemuine chorus, orchestra and ballet group, ensemble Fix (Evald Raidma – keyboards, Priit Pihlap – percussion, Juhan Sütt – bass guitar, Viktor Vassiljev – solo guitar), conductor Endel Nõgene, stage director Ülo Vilimaa
  • Miraculous Story, Op. 6 [Imelugu op. 6]
    opera in two acts
    Act I
    Picture I
    1. Prologue
    2. Duet with Choir
    3. Nuto's Couplet
    4. Final Scene
    Picture II
    5. Ermellina's Aria
    6. Duet with Choir
    7. Scene with Choir
    8. Abbess's Recitative
    9. Pantomime
    Picture III
    10. Intermezzo
    11. Final Scene
    12. Masetto's Work Song
    13. Intellectual Terzetto
    14. Emotional Terzetto
    15. Masetto's Recitative and Aria
    16. Sexual Terzetto
    17. Ballet

    Act II
    Picture IV
    18. Abbess's Aria
    19. Pantomime
    20. Nuns' Septet
    21. "No" Aria and Duet
    22. Ballet
    23. Scene
    24. Scene
    25. Finale
    26. Epilogue



    1974
    65'
    soloists, mixed choir, female choir, male choir, symphony orchestra: 2111, 1110, 1+2, piano, strings
    Libretto: Kulno Süvalep after Giovanni Boccaccio
    Fp: June, 22, 1974, State Academic Theatre Vanemuine, conductor Erich Kõlar, director Epp Kaidu  
    Commissioned by: State Academic Theatre Vanemuine
    Manuscript

Musicals

  • Juku, Op. 59
    musical
    1998
    105'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Juuli Lill, Laura Põldvere, Oliver Kuusik, Angelika Mikk, Atlan Karp, Sigrid Mutso, Martin Lume, Elo-Maarja Trumm, project orchestra, choirs, children ballet group, conductor Jüri-Ruut Kangur, stage director Andrus Vaarik; September 1, 2019, The Krenholm Manufacturing Company, Narva Opera Days
  • Cat in Boots, Op. 25 [Saabastega kass op. 25]
    musical in two acts
    Act I
    1. Cat's Aria. Allegro
    1a. Allegro
    2. Ints's Song. Giacoso. In Beat
    3. Cats' Choir. Allegro
    4. Jaan's Song. In modo blues
    5. Ints's Song. Allegro
    6. Ensemble of Admirers. Andante
    7. Ints's Song. Allegro
    7a. Allegro sostenuto
    8. Soup Music. Allegretto
    9. King's Song. Moderato
    10. Ball Dance and Jaan's Song. Moderato
    11. End of the Act. Andante
    Act II
    12. Song of the Mowers. In beat
    12a. Allegro
    12b.
    12c.
    12d. Allegro
    13. Song of the Princess. Allegro
    13a. Andante
    13b. Andante, sempre accelerando
    14. Sculptor's Song. Allegro
    14a. Rubato
    14b. Rubato
    15. Song of the Women. Con moto
    16. Cannibal's Song. In modo di Tango
    17. Duet of the Cannibal and Ints. Rubato
    17a.
    18. Greeting Scene. Allegro
    19. Choir. Allegro
    20. Cats' Choir. Allegro



    1980
    60'
    soloists, choir, symphony orchestra: 2020, 2220, 0+2, piano, guitar, bass guitar, strings (1st and 2nd violin, viola, cello)
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal after fairy tale by Charles Perrault
    Fp: March 26, 1981, Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
    Manuscript

Musicals for children

  • The Swineherd, Op. 39 [Seakarjus op. 39]
    children’s musical
    1988
    60'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal after Hans Christian Andersen
    Fp: Haapsalu children's theatre "Pöialpoiss", directors Tiiu Kammiste and Viktor Nelik, music director Elmo Joa; December 17, 1988

Operas for children

  • children’s opera
    1975
    30'
    symphony orchestra: 2000, 1100, 1+5, 2 pianos, strings
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: 1976, Estonian Television, director Rein Agur

Musical and/or drama and/or dance stage works for children

  • The Wolf and the Seven Kids, Op. 44 [Hunt ja 7 kitsetalle op. 44]
    children’s musical
    1991
    50'
    Libretto: Leelo Tungal after the brothers Grimm
    Fp: November 23, 1991; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Väino Luup

WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA

Works for symphony orchestra

  • 1998
    10'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4221, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer; September, 17, 1998, Estonia Concert Hall
    CD „Piano concerto no. 2 op. 60; Display VIII: Portrait of Schubert op. 42; Arcus op. 59 / Raimo Kangro”, Antes (2001); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • 1. Persona sincera
    2. Dolore sincero
    3. Sincera gioia della vita
    4. Alla sincerone
    1986
    19'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4221, 1+5, piano, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peeter Lilje; March, 13, 1986, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Manuscript
  • Tuuru Chamber Symphony, Op. 34 [Tuuru tubasümfoonia op. 34]
    in cooperation with Andres Valkonen
    1. Like a Lamb I Follow You
    2. What a First-class Boots
    3. And Now, Listen
    4. You Will Get a Good Drubbing
    5. Oh, Dear Kati
    1985
    14'
    symphony orchestra: 1100, 1000, 4, mandolin, guitar, piano, strings
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
  • Sound, Op. 29 [Helin op. 29]
    thinking of Juhan Liiv
    1983
    8'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 2221, 1+4, piano, harp, strings
    Manuscript

Works for chamber orchestra

  • Butterflies in the Stone, Op. 58 [Liblikad kivis op. 58]
    1. Rondo. Anthocaris cardamines. Orange Tip
    2. Aba (Pieris brassicae). Cabbage Butterfly
    3. Aglais urticae. Small Tortoiseshell
    1998
    14'
    chamber orchestera: 2010, saxophone, 0010, percussion, piano, strings
    Fp: Pärnu Music School Sinfonietta, conductor Peeter Perens; March 24, 1999, Pärnu Old Town School, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Pärnu Music School
  • 1997
    11'
    chamber orchestra
    Fp: Orkest de Volharding, conductor Jurjen Hempel; November, 23, 1997, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: NYYD Festival
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); NYYD Ensemble, conductor Olari Elts
    CD „Estonian composers I: Estonian contemporary classics”, Eesti Raadio (2001); NYYD Ensemble, conductor Olari Elts
  • 1995
    12'
    chamber orchestra: 0000, 0000, 1+2, piano, strings
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts
    CD „10 years after: compilation 1991-2001 / Estonian Authors Society”, Estonian Authors Society (2003); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts
    CD „Piano concerto no. 2 op. 60; Display VIII: Portrait of Schubert op. 42; Arcus op. 59 / Raimo Kangro”, Antes (2001); Kalle Randalu (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Simple Symphony, Op. 18 [Lihtne sümfoonia op. 18]
    written for chamber orchestra of Theatre Vanemuine
    1. Chopping
    2. Dragging
    3. With Swing
    1976
    chamber orchestra: 1011, 1000, 0+2, piano, strings
    Manuscript
  • Divertimento for chamber orchestra, Op. 7 [Divertisment kammerorkestrile op. 7]
    1. Vivace
    2. Andante
    3. Moderato
    4. Allegro
    1972/1974
    11'
    chamber orchestra: 1101, 1000, strings

Works for string orchestra

  • Circulus quadratus, Op. 52
    1994
    10'
    string orchestra
    Fp: Estonian Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten; March, 28, 1995, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival

  • Variations, Op. 44b [Variatsioonid op. 44b]
    1993
    5'
    string orchestra
  • Dance Steps, Op. 44a [Tantsusammud op. 44a]
    for youth orchestra
    1992
    12'
    string orchestra
    Fp: The children’s string orchestra of Tallinn Music High School, conductor Toivo Peäske; March, 24, 1993, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „1993/1994”, Tallinna Muusikakeskkool (1995); The children string orchestra of the Tallinn Music High School, conductor Toivo Peäske
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • 1992
    8'
    string orchestra
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
    Publisher: Edition 49

Works for other orchestras

  • Movements, Op. 49c
    1996
    11'
    zither orchestra
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Modus, Op. 49a
    1. Modus I (Con moto)
    2. Modus II (Allegro)
    3. Modus III (Andante)
    4. Modus IV (Allegro)
    1995
    10'
    mandolin orchestra, piano
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Clicking Symphony, Op. 49 [Plõksuv sümfoonia op. 49]
    1993
    10'
    mandolin orchestra, percussion
    CD „Clicking ecstasy”, Bella Musica (1998); Mülheim mandolin orchestra (Mülheimer Zupforchester), conductor Detlef Tewes
    Publisher: Edition 49

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT(S) AND ORCHESTRA

Works for flute and orchestra

  • Flute Concerto, Op. 10 [Flöödikontsert op. 10]
    1. Allegro ma non troppo. In beat
    2. Adagio espressivo
    3. Allegro con brio

    1973
    18'
    flute, chamber orchestra: 0100, 1000, 1+1, piano, strings
    Fp: Jaan Õun (flute), Toomas Kapten’s Sinfonietta; October, 5, 1991, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Manuscript

Works for bassoon and orchestra

  • Bassoon Concerto, Op. 27 [Fagotikontsert op. 27]
    in 3 movements
    1981
    12'
    bassoon, chamber orchestra: 0000, 0000, 3, piano, strings
    Publisher: Edition 49

Works for percussion and orchestra

  • 2000
    28'
    percussions, symphony orchestra: 1111, 1111, piano, strings
    Fp: Mark Pekarski (percussions), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andres Mustonen; April, 29, 2000, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

Works for violin and orchestra

  • Violin Concerto No. 2, Op. 2 [Viiulikontsert nr. 2 op. 19]
    1976
    16'
    violin, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2221, 1+3, piano, harp, strings
    Fp: Ilja Kaler (violin), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eri Klas; February, 2, 1979, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Soviet Estonia Music Days Festival
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Distributer: Score publsihed in 1978 is available in EMIC Music Shop Manuscript
  • Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 3 [Viiulikontsert nr. 1 op 3]
    in 3 movements
    1971
    14'
    violin, chamber orchestra: 2111, 0000, 1, piano, strings

Works for piano and orchestra

  • 1999
    25'
    piano, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4221, percussion, strings
    Fp: Kalle Randalu (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi; March, 25, 1999, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Piano concerto no. 2 op. 60; Display VIII: Portrait of Schubert op. 42; Arcus op. 59 / Raimo Kangro”, Antes (2001); Kalle Randalu (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Cat's Concerto, Op. 35a [Kassikontsert op. 35a]
    1985
    5'
    piano, symphony orchestra
  • Piano Concerto, Op. 9 [Klaverikontsert op. 9]
    1976
    16'
    piano, symphony orchestra: 2322, 2221, 1+2, strings
    Publisher: Edition 49

Works for two or more soloists and orchestra

  • 1998
    11'
    flute, tuba, string orchestra
    Fp: Margus Kits (flute), Vallo Vildak (tuba), Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, conductor Julius Geniushas; January 21, 1998, University of Tartu Assembly Hall
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Janika Lentsius (piccolo flute), Andrei Sedler (tuba), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi
  • Musical fairy tale "Phoenix and Tschatscatatutu", Op. 55 [Muusikaline muinasjutt „Phoenix and Tschatscatatutu” op. 55]
    in 7 movements
    1995
    20'
    2 pianos, symphony orchestra: 1101, 0000, percussion, strings
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Cordis, Op. 53
    1994
    10'
    clarinet, bass clarinet, string orchestra
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Concerto for Two, Op. 48 [Kontsert kahele op. 48]
    1993
    17'
    flute, clarinet, chamber orchestra: 0000, 0000, 1+1, piano, strings
    Fp: Toomas Vavilov (clarinet), Mihkel Peäske (flute), Estonian Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten; March, 22, 1993, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Concerto for two pianos, Op. 36; Concerto for Two, Op. 48; Gaudeo, Op. 33 / Raimo Kangro”, Antes (1996); Mihkel Peäske (flute), Toomas Vavilov (clarinet), Estonian Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Concerto for Guitar, Violoncello and Chamber Orchestra, Op. 46 [Kontsert kitarrile, tšellole ja kammerorkestrile op. 46]
    in 3 movements
    1992
    15'
    guitar, violoncello, chamber orchestra: 2322, 2221, 1+2, strings
    CD „White concert”, T. Peterson (1998); Tiit Peterson (guitar), Pärt Tarvas (cello), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vello Pähn
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Concerto No. 3 for Two Pianos and Orchestra, Op. 47 [Kontsert nr. 3 kahele klaverile ja orkestrile op. 47]
    1992
    20'
    2 pianos, symphony orchestra: 0000, 2200, 1+2, strings
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
  • Concerto No. 2 for Two Pianos and Chamber Orchestra, Op. 36 [Kontsert nr. 2 kahele klaverile ja kammerorkestrile op. 36]
    1. Declamazione
    2. Variazioni
    3. Impressione
    4. Allegro
    1988
    2 pianos, chamber orchestra: 1+4, strings
    Fp: Nora Novik and Raffi Haradjanjan (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi; October, 9, 1988, Estonian Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Festival
    CD „Concerto for two pianos, Op. 36; Concerto for Two, Op. 48; Gaudeo, Op. 33 / Raimo Kangro”, Antes (1996); Nora Novik, Raffi Haradjanjan (pianos), Estonian Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Manuscript
  • Concerto No. 1 for Two Pianos and Chamber Orchestra, Op. 22 [Kontsert nr. 1 kahele klaverile ja kammerorkestrile op. 22]
    1. Allegro
    2. Adagio
    3. Allegro
    1978
    16'
    2 pianos, chamber orchestra: 0000, 0000, 0+1, strings
    Fp: Nora Novik, Raffi Haradjanjan (pianos), State Academic Theatre Estonia Chamber Orchestra, conductor Eri Klas; February, 13, 1979, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Soviet Estonia Music Days
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
    Manuscript

WORKS FOR ENSEMBLE

  • Suite for Piano, Op. 1 [Klaverisüit op. 1]
    1. Sarabande
    2. Recitativo
    3. Toccata
    4. Menuetto
    5. Interlude
    6. Psalme
    Vambola Krigul's setting of the Piano Suite (1968)
    2009
    percussion ensemble
    Fp: Percussion Ensemble PaukenfEst (Vambola Krigul, Madis Metsamart, Anto Õnnis, Lehari Kaustel); September 21, 2009, Estonia Concert Hall, concert "Raimo Kangro 60"
  • 2000
    6'
    bowed piano ensemble
    Fp: Bowed Piano Ensemble; April, 28, 2000, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Bowed Piano Ensemble, artistic director Timo Steiner

Duos

  • Dedicated to Mark Pekarski
    2000
    5'
    marimba, piano
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Estonian Music Information Centre (2004); Anto Õnnis (marimba), Andrus Rannaääre (piano)
  • Alla sincerone, Op. 49c
    1998
    3'
    flute, guitar
    CD „Works for flute and guitar from Estonia”, Antes (2001); Duo Concertante: Tiit Peterson (guitar), Tauno Saviauk (flute)
    Publisher: edition 49
  • Alla sincerone, Op. 49d
    1998
    3'
    mandolin, guitar
    CD „Romantic mandolin moments: 11 famous pieces for mandolin”, Hänssler Classic (2003); Detlef Tewes (mandolin), Boris Björn Bagger (guitar)
    Publisher: edition 49
  • 1994
    8'
    2 harpsichords
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Ene Nael, Reinut Tepp
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Variatio delectat, Op. 49a
    Dedicated to Kalle Randalu and Boris Björn Bagger
    1993
    6'
    guitar, piano
    CD „Variatio Delectat“, Muusikasõprade Selts (2014); Andre Maaker (guitar), Diana Liiv (piano)
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Suite for Guitar and Cello, Op. 37 [Süit kitarrile ja tšellole op. 37]
    1. Angular Piece
    2. Slow Piece
    3. Fast Piece
    4. State
    5. Going
    1992
    guitar, cello
    Fp: Only "Angular Piece" and "Going": Heiki Mätlik (guitar), Henry-David Varema (cello); April, 8, 1997, Saku Manor, April, 9, 1997, Tallinn St. Olaf's Church, Estonian Music Days Festival  
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Cantus, Op. 20, No. 5
    1990
    6'
    2 pianos
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Klimper, Op. 20, No. 4 [Klimper op. 20 nr. 4]
    1990
    5'
    2 pianos
    CD „Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre 90“, ERR, EMTA (2009); Nata-Ly Sakkos, Toivo Peäske
    Publisher: Antes Edition
  • Variations on Latvian Folk Melody, Op. 20, No. 6 [Variatsioonid läti rahvalaulule op. 20 nr. 6]
    1990
    3'
    2 pianos
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Tandem con Gioconda No. 2, Op. 30
    1986
    6'
    violin, cello
    Publisher: Eres Edition
  • Couplet [Kuplee]
    1985
    4'
    guitar, cello
  • Little Suite for Flute and Harp, Op. 34a [Väike süit flöödile ja harfile op. 34a]
    1985
    14'
    flute, harp
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • O sancta simplicitas, Op. 20, No. 3
    1985
    5'
    2 pianos
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
  • Geometrical Suite, Op. 30, No. 1 [Geomeetriline süit op. 30 nr. 1]
    1. Prelude
    2. Rotondo
    3. Quadrato
    4. Croce
    5. Choral
    1984
    10'
    violin, piano
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • La nostalgia notturna, Op. 20, No. 2
    1984
    6'
    2 pianos
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
    Manuscript
  • Sonata for Two Pianos, Op. 28 [Sonaat kahele klaverile op. 28]
    1. Retro I
    2. Grace
    3. Psalm
    4. Retro II
    1981
    16'
    2 pianos
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
  • In beat, Op. 20 , No. 1 (Music for Two Pianos) [In beat op. 20 nr. 1 (Muusika kahele klaverile)]
    1976
    4'
    2 pianos
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
  • Piece for Mandolin and Guitar [Pala mandoliinile ja kitarrile]
    3'
    mandolin, guitar

Trios

  • Three Spring Imaginations, Op. 66 [Kolm kevadist nägemust op. 66]
    1. The Vanishing Snow
    2. A Single Sound
    3. Hither And Thither
    2000
    11'
    violin, vibraphone, guitar
    Fp: Arvo Leibur (violin), Terje Terasmaa (vibraphone), Heiki Mätlik (guitar); April, 9, 2001, Estonian Academy of Music, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Drama”, H. Mätlik, A. Leibur (2001); Arvo Leibur (violin), Terje Terasmaa (vibraphone), Heiki Mätlik (guitar)
  • 1992
    6'
    flute, cello, harpsichord
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Mihkel Peäske (flute), Leho Karin (cello), Ene Nael (harpsichord)
    Manuscript
  • Idioms, Op 43a [Idioomid op. 43a]
    1992
    10'
    flute, violin, guitar
    Fp: Camerata Tallinn: Jaan Õun (flute), Ulrika Kristian (violin), Heiki Mätlik (guitar); November 25, 1992, House of Brotherhood of Black Heads, Tallinn, festival NYYD
    CD “Vaistism: Neue Musik aus Estland”, International Music Company (2001); Elizabeth Riessbeck (flute), Alexander Janiczek (violin), Klaus Jäckle (guitar)
    CD „Estonian chamber music”, Finlandia (1994); Camerata Tallinn: Jaan Õun (flute), Ulrika Kristian (violin), Heiki Mätlik (guitar)
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Trio by Malera Kasuku [Malera Kasuku Trio]
    in cooperation with Mati Kuulberg and Lepo Sumera
    1977
    20'
    piano, violin, cello
    Fp: Jüri Gerretz (violin), Toomas Velmet (cello), Valdur Roots (piano); November, 2, 1977, Tallinn
    CD „Variatio Delectat“, Muusikasõprade Selts (2014); Olga Voronova (violin), Leho Karin (cello), Diana Liiv (piano)
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Allegro, Op. 2, No. 1
    1970
    5'
    violin, cello, piano

Quartets

  • Tuba Quartet, Op. 64 [Tuubakvartett op. 64]
    2000
    4 tubas
    Fp: Quartet of Sleeping Tubas; 2000
  • Whispers for Saxophone Quartet, Op. 61 [Sosinad saksofonikvartetile op. 61]
    1999
    5'
    4 saxophones
    Fp: Tallinn Saxophone Quartet; March, 26, 1999, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • 1993
    9'
    flute, clarinet, 2 pianos
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Mihkel Peäske (flute), Toomas Vavilov (clarinet), Mati Mikalai (piano), Kai Ratassepp (piano)
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Manuscript
  • 1991
    8'
    2 pianos (in 8 hands)
    Fp: October, 2, 1991, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Nata-Ly Sakkos, Toivo Peäske, Mati Mikalai, Kai Ratassepp
    Publisher: Edition 49

String quartets

  • String Quartet, Op. 16 [Keelpillikvartett op. 16]
    1976
    9'
    string quartet

Wind quintets

  • 2000
    brass quintet
    Fp: Stockholm Chamber Brass; January, 16, 2001
    Commissioned by: State Concert Institute Eesti Kontsert
  • Wind Quintet Op. 11 [Puhkpillikvintett op. 11]
    dedicated to Leelo Tungal
    1. Tranquillo. Con rigore (attacca)
    2. Allegro. Con rigore
    3. Lento. Con rigore
    4. Allegro. In beat
    1974
    17'
    wind quintet
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Distributer: Score published in 1978 is available in EMIC Music Shop Manuscript
  • Serenade for Wind Quintet, Op. 5 [Serenaad puhkpillikvintetile op. 5]
    1. Allegro
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro
    1971
    7'
    wind quintet

Sextets

  • 1994
    9'
    2 pianos, percussion (4 players)
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Mati Mikalai (piano), Kai Ratassepp (piano), Anto Õnnis, Vambola Krigul, Madis Metsamart, Rein Roos (percussion)
  • 1991
    8'
    2 pianos, percussion (4 players)
    Fp: Nata-Ly Sakkos (piano), Toivo Peäske (piano), percussion ensemble; March, 24, 1993, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Displays / Raimo Kangro”, Eesti Muusika Infokeskus (2004); Mati Mikalai (piano), Kai Ratassepp (piaon), Anto Õnnis, Vambola Krigul, Madis Metsamart, Rein Roos (percussion)
    Publisher: Edition 49

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT

Works for flute

  • Three Estonian Folk Melodies for Flute, Op. 43 [Kolm eesti rahvaviisi flöödile op. 43]
    1992
    10'
    flute
    Publisher: Edition 49

Works for clarinet

  • Touch [Puudutus]
    1995
    clarinet
    Fp: April, 23, 1995, Estonian Television

Works for piano

  • Variations, Op. 35 [Variatsioonid op. 35]
    1985
    4'
    piano
  • Sonata for Piano No. 4, Op. 23 [Klaverisonaat nr. 4 op. 23]
    1. Fugue. Allegro con dolore
    2. Interludium. Moderato
    3. Allegro
    1978
    16'
    piano
    Fp: Kalle Randalu (piano); April, 5, 1984, Tallinn Town Hall, Soviet Estonia Music Festival
    Publisher: Hans Sikorski
  • Sonata for Piano No. 3, Op. 15 [Klaverisonaat nr. 3 op. 15]
    Dedicated to Jaan Rääts
    1. Doloroso, sostenuto
    2. Rustico. Allegro vivace
    3. Adagio
    4. Allegro
    1976
    12'
    piano
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Manuscript
  • Sonata for Piano No. 2, Op. 8 [Klaverisonaat nr. 2 op. 8]
    1. Vivace con moto
    2. Tema con variazioni
    3. Andante
    1973
    11'
    piano
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Distributer: Score published in 1976 is available in EMIC Music Shop
  • Four Pieces for Piano, Op. 4 [Neli pala klaverile op. 4]
    1. Intermezzo
    2. Intermezzo
    3. Prelude
    4. Prelude
    1971
    piano
  • Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 1 No. 2 [Klaverisonaat nr. 1 op. 1 nr. 2]
    1969
    piano
  • Suite for Piano, Op. 1 [Klaverisüit op. 1]
    1. Sarabande
    2. Recitativo
    3. Toccata
    4. Menuetto
    5. Interlude
    6. Psalme
    1968
    9'
    piano
    CD „Northern Lights. Treasury of Estonian piano music“, Estonian Association of Professional Musicians, Estonian Pianists’ Union (2019); Sten Heinoja
    CD „Estonian piano music”, Finlandia (1994); Lauri Väinmaa
    Publisher: Edition 49

Works for guitar

  • Six Pieces for Guitar, Op. 37a [Kuus pala kitarrile op. 37a]
    1. MM = 126
    2. Tempo di minuetto
    3. Tempo di gavotta
    4. Andante
    5. Andantino
    6. Presto alla gigue

    1992
    10'
    guitar
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Little Suite [Väike süit]
    1. Entrée
    2. Menuet
    3. Gavotte
    4. Andante
    5. Presto
    1985
    8'
    guitar
    CD „Cantus: Estonian chamber music from the 1990’s”, Finlandia (1998); Heiki Mätlik
  • Temper, Op. 37b [Tuju op. 37b]
    6'
    guitar

VOCAL AND CHORAL MUSIC

Works for mixed choir and orchestra

  • The Man and..., Op. 45 [Inimene ja ... op. 45]
    cantata
    I The Man and the Tree. Vivo
    II The Man and the Animal. Allegro
    III The Man and the Man. Con moto

    1991
    25'
    mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 1011, 0110, 1+4, piano, strings
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: Edition 49
    Manuscript
  • mass
    1. Kyrie
    2. Gloria
    3. Credo
    4. Sanctus
    5. Agnus Dei
    1989
    70'
    soloists, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 1000, 0000, 1+4, harp, organ, strings
    Text: mass text, Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Estonian Radio Mixed Choir and Sinfonietta, conductor Toomas Kapten; March 8, 1991, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Existence, Op. 32 [Olemine op. 32]
    cantata
    1986
    17'
    baritone, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 0000, 0200, 1+4, guitar, bass guitar, strings
    Text: folklore, Hando Runnel, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
    Manuscript
  • Peace, Op. 13a [Rahu op. 13a]
    cantata
    1982
    6'
    mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2211, 1+3, piano, strings
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Estonian TV and Radio Mixed Choir, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eri Klas; April 7, 1984, Estonia Concert Hall, Soviet Estonia Music Festival
    Manuscript
  • Credo, Op. 21
    oratorio
    1977
    12'
    mezzo soprano, baritone, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2211, 1+2, piano, organ, guitar, bass guitar, strings
    Text: Arvi Siig and Moral Codex of Communist Builder
    Fp: Laine Mustasaar, Kaljo Räästas, Estonian Radio and TV Mixed Choir, Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Aime Tampere (organ), conductor Neeme Järvi; 1977
    Manuscript
  • Doors Open! Op. 13b [Uksed lahti! op. 13b]
    cantata
    1977
    6'
    mixed choir, brass orchestra, percussion
    Text: Paul-Eerik Rummo
  • Glory to the Winners, Op. 13 [Au võitjaile op. 13]
    cantata
    1. Andante
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro moderato. In beat

    1975
    10'
    mezzo soprano, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4221, 1+2, piano, strings
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Laine Mustasaar (mezzo soprano), Estonian Television and Radio Symphony Orchestra and Mixed Choir, conductor Eri Klas; May, 29, 1975, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Manuscript

Works for mixed choir and instrument(s)

  • Gaudeo, Op. 33
    1987
    25'
    mixed choir, instrumental ensemble: percussion (1+5), 2 pianos, organ, violin, cello
    Text: Asko Tamme (in Latin)
    CD „Concerto for two pianos, Op. 36; Concerto for Two, Op. 48; Gaudeo, Op. 33 / Raimo Kangro”, Antes (1996); Kammerchor des Finnischen Rundfunks, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Cantata for Mann, Op. 26 [Kantaat Mannile op. 26]
    cantata
    1. Maria. Andante sostenuto, dolce
    2. By the Pond. Listesso tempo
    3. Intermedium. Adagio
    4. Apple Tree. Con sentimento
    5. Intermedium. Rubato
    6. Accidentally. Allegro
    7. Intermedium. Adagio
    8. Maria. Andante sostenuto, con calma


    1981
    12'
    soloists, mixed choir, percussion (3 players and members of the choir), piano, prepared piano
    Text: folklore (arranged by Leelo Tungal), Hando Runnel
    Manuscript

Works for male choir and instrument(s)

  • Don Ramon, Op. 51
    1994
    male choir, percussion, piano
    Text: Heiti Talvik
    Fp: Soloists Valdur Paarmets, Endel Valkenklau and Lembit Traks; Teet Õunap, Kasper Eisel, Madis Metsamart (percussion), Hille Poroson (piano), Estonian National Male Choir; March, 16, 1994, Estonian Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival

Works for voice(s) and piano

  • 1. Old Love (Leelo Tungal)
    2. Gourmet (Maarja Kangro)
    3. Song of Aso (Anna-Magdaleena Kangro)
    4. Henchman (Kirke Kangro)
    2000
    12'
    baritone, piano
    Text: Leelo Tungal, Maarja, Anna-Magdaleena and Kirke Kangro
    CD „Estonian vocal music from the 20th century”, ARM Music (2002); Villu Valdmaa (baritone), Martti Raide (piano)
    Distributer: EMIC RK 005
  • Clean and Sacred [Puhas ja püha]
    1995
    4'
    voice, piano
    Text: Leelo Tungal
  • Nostalgic Songs of Childhood [Nostalgilised laulud lapsepõlvest]
    1. Whether?
    2. Why So?
    3. Mother
    4. This River
    5. Fairytale
    6. Secret
    7. World Trouble
    8. From the Old World

    1986
    18'
    voice, piano
    Text: Rein Raud
  • Five Songs for Baritone and Piano, Op. 18b [Viis laulu baritonile ja klaverile op. 18b]
    1978
    baritone, piano
    Text: Leelo Tungal, Jüri Üdi

Works for voice(s) and other instrument(s)

  • Songs for Leelo, Op. 14 [Leelolaulud op. 14]
    1. Kõik sõbrauksed enesele naelutand…
    2. Ah, võib olla oli see mõnes unes, mõnes elus…
    3. Su suul on toore marja pinge…
    4. Selle suve suved kõik annan ära sulle…
    1975
    6'
    vocal quintet, instrumental ensemble
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Hortus Musicus, 1976

Works for mixed choir a cappella

  • I Want [Mina tahan]
    1995
    3'
    mixed choir
    Text: Hando Runnel
    CD "Läbilõige: Noorus 50", Segakoor Noorus (2009); Mixed Choir Noorus, conductor Raul Talmar
  • In vino, Op. 41a
    1990
    4'
    mixed choir
    Text: Raimo Kangro's text composition (in Latin)
  • Salomon's Proverbs, Op. 41 [Saalomoni õpetussõnad op. 41]
    in 6 movements
    1990
    16'
    mixed choir
    Text: the Bible (in Estonian)
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcasting (2011); Chamber Choir of Tallinn Music High School, conductor Evi Eespere (only "Drink water from your own well")
  • Watery Canons, Op. 32
    1. The Lake
    2.
    Leeche's Canon
    3. Mermaid's Snack
    4. Laurel Wreath
    5. Consolation
    6. Busy Frog
    7. Swim
    8. Accident
    9. The Wind in the Reed
    10. An Old Catfish


    1986
    mixed choir
    Text: Leelo Tungal
  • Yet Another [Veel üks]
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Marina Tsvetayeva, translated by Leelo Tungal
    CD "Liugleb üks lind", Estonia Seltsi Segakoor (2003); Mixed Choir of Estonia Society, conductor Heli Jürgenson

Works for female choir a cappella

  • The Sun of the Northen Sky [Põhjataeva päike]
    1994
    3'
    female choir
    Text: Leelo Tungal
  • Three Songs for Female Choir, Op. 26a [Kolm laulu naiskoorile op. 26a]
    1. Troubling Myself
    2. Oh, My Dear
    3. Spin, Liisu

    1983
    7'
    female choir
    Text: traditional

Works for male choir a cappella

  • Song of Songs [Ülemlaul]
    2001
    5'
    male choir
    Text: The Bible
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; April, 8, 2001, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • Carmen amoris homunculi, Op. 51a
    1996
    8'
    male choir
    Text: Raimo Kangro
  • I Love This Country [Armastan seda maad]
    1976
    male choir
    Text: Leelo Tungal

MUSIC FOR CHILDREN

Songs for children

  • I Want To Become A Teacher [Tahan saada õpetajaks]
    1998
    3'
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • My Yard [Minu õu]
    1998
    2'
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Alphabet Song [Tähestiku laul]
    1997
    2'
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
  • Only You, Mother [Ainult sina, ema]
    1978
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Juhan Saar
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Music for Children, Op. 17 [Lastemuusika op. 17]
    song-cycle for children’s voices and ensemble
    1976
    voices, choir, ensemble: 3 flutes, percussion, piano, guitar, cello, double bass
  • Busy Frog [Virk konn]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Caress Me [Tee mulle pai]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Hando Runnel
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Catfish [Sägavana]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Golden Crabs [Kuldsed krabid]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Kalju Kangur
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Pig and Catfish [Siga ja säga]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Hando Runnel
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Song about the Land of Moors [Mooramaa laul]
    1'
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Spring [Kevad]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • The Most Beautiful Christmas Tree [Kõige ilusam jõulupuu]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Waiting for Snow [Lumeootus]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Weird World [Imelikud ilma-asjad]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Ants Känd
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt
  • Wind in a Thatch [Tuul pilliroos]
    voice, accompaniment
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Commissioned by: SP Muusikaprojekt

Instrumental works for children

  • A Rolling Die [Täring veereb]
    from the cycle "Three Pieces"
    2000
    piano
    Publisher: Estonian Music Information Centre
    Distributer: EMIC RK 004
  • Grandfather is Kicking up a Row [Vanaisa möllab]
    from the cycle "Three Pieces"
    2000
    piano
    Publisher: Estonian Music Information Centre
    Distributer: EMIC RK 002
  • I Feel a Little Sad [Mul on natuke kurb olla]
    from the cycle "Three Pieces"
    2000
    piano
    Publisher: Estonian Music Information Centre
    Distributer: EMIC RK 003
  • Suite in Baroque Style, Op. 65a [Barokksüit op. 65a]
    1. Gavotte
    2. Menuet
    3. Bagatelle
    4. Gigue

    2000
    piano
    Fp: October 24, 2000, Tallinn House of Brotherhood of Black Heads
  • Three Pieces [Kolm pala]
    1. Grandfather is Kicking Up a Row
    2. I Feel a Little Sad
    3. A Rolling Die
    2000
    piano
    CD "For My Little Sister", Estonian National Broadcasting (2008); Ats-Mati Laes, Elisa Agajeva, Taniel Kuntu
    Distributer: EMIC RK 001
  • Tarzan Plays Cello [Tarzan mängib tšellot]
    1981
    3'
    cello, piano
    CD „Variatio Delectat“, Muusikasõprade Selts (2014); Leho Karin (cello), Diana Liiv (piano)
  • Piano Pieces for Children, Op. 20a [Klaveripalad lastele op. 20a]
    1. I Like Hopping! (1976)
    2. Little Aram (1977)
    3. It Is Raining (1978)
    4. But Cinderella Is Very Beautiful (1976)
    5. So Told Grandsire Soup (1978)
    6. I’m Dancing With My Dear Granny (1977)
    7. My Dear Donkey Iiah (1978)
    8. I’ll Catch You (1981)
    9. The Sad Princess (1981)
    10. How Fast I’m Playing (1978)
    11. The Strange March (1978)
    12. The Waltz (1987)
    13. The Old Dance (1981)
    14. The House of Clocks (1989)
    15. This Frog Can Not Be a Prince (1990)
    1976-1990
    piano
    Publisher: Edition 49
  • Trio for Children, Op. 2, No. 2 [Lastetrio op. 2 nr. 2]
    1970
    violin, cello, piano

INCIDENTAL MUSIC

Film music

  • Music for puppet film "Writing Machine Game" ["Kirjutusmasinamäng"]
    Tallinnfilm, directed by Tauno Kivihall
    1991
  • Music for animated film "Songs" [Muusika joonisfilmile "Laululood"]
    Tallinnfilm, directed by Valter Uusberg; co-author Andres Valkonen
    1985
    voice, instrumental ensemble: violins, guitar, piano, synthesizer, drums, bass
    Manuscript
  • Music for feature film "Gang" [Muusika mängufilmile "Bande"]
    Tallinnfilm, directed by Arvo Kruusement; co-author Andres Valkonen
    Beginning
    Ned Leaves the Senator's House
    Title "Gang"
    Senator's House
    Ned on the Street
    Ned's Face
    Taylor's Corps
    Ned Leaving
    Casino
    Paul's House
    Opal: "Come Back!"
    Driving East
    Brawl
    Hiding the Hat
    The Hat
    Leaving the East
    Anonymous Letters
    Shad Comes to Paul's Place
    Shad Leaving
    Ned and Paul's Conversation
    Dog Kennel
    Janet Plays the Piano
    Pianoplaying Heard from the House
    Paul Falls Down the Stairs
    Bathroom I
    Bathroom II
    Bathroom III
    Ned on the Beach
    Bathroom IV Escape
    Driving to Hinkle's Summerhouse
    Leaving Hinkle's Summerhouse
    Entering Hinkle's Summerhouse
    Ned and Paul's Mother
    Hinkle's Corps
    Solution of the Anonymous Letters
    Shad's End
    Brush-Off
    Ned Packs His Suitcases
    Ned's Thoughtful Face
    Dog Arrives
    Shad Goes to Sleep
    My Father is a Murderer
    Handle of the Cane
    Tim's Pub
    Senator Leaves
    Final Music
    Ned and Mrs. Hinkle
    Dog Arrives

    1985
    orchestra: clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax, tuba, 2 guitars, piano, hammond organ, drums, double bass, strings
    Manuscript
  • Music for feature film "The Adventurer'" ["Nipernaadi"]
    Tallinnfilm, directed by Kaljo Kiisk; co-author Andres Valkonen
    I Titles
    II Dead
    III Cinema
    IV Brothers Leave
    V Monologue
    VI Brothers Return
    VII Arson
    VIII Matches
    IX Extinguishing the Fire
    X Song
    XI Pillows
    XII Run in the Fog
    XIII Awake, Animals
    XIV First Up A Tree
    XV Second Up A Tree
    XVI Measuring the Land
    XVII Fleet
    XVIII Do You Remember
    XIX Waltz
    XX On the Road With Kati
    XXI By the Bonfire
    XXII Night
    XXIII Bells
    XXIV Nipernaad Outside
    XXV Second Song
    XXVI Nipernaadi And Maret
    XXVII By the Sea
    XXVIII Katariina
    Final Music

    1983
    voice, orchestra: flute (piccolo), oboe, mandolins, 2 guitars, 12 string guitar, drums, piano, electric piano, 2 synthesizers, percussion, strings
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Manuscript
  • Music for puppet film "Prima donna" [Muusika nukufilmile „Primadonna”]
    Tallinnfilm, directed by Kalju Kurepõld; co-author Andres Valkonen
    1982
    voice, orchestra: synthesizer, guitar, piano, percussion, 1st and 2nd violin, viola, cello
    Manuscript
  • Music for puppet film "The Sacrifice" ["Ohver"]
    Tallinnfilm, directed by Elbert Tuganov
    1980

Music to plays

  • Music to Hans Christian Andersen’s play "The Wild Swans" ["Metsluiged"] [Muusika näidendile „Luiged, mu vennad”]
    1996
    Fp: October 5, 1997; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Hendrik Toompere sen
  • Music to Leelo Tungal's play "Christmas in Bethlehem" [Muusika Leeo Tungla näidendile „Jõulud Petlemmas”]
    1991
    Fp: December 18, 1991; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Väino Luup
  • Music to puppet play "Cinderella" ["Tuhkatriinu"]
    1988
    Fp: 1988, State Puppet Theatre, directed by Rein Agur
  • Music to Friedebert Tuglas's play "Toome helbed" [Muusika Friedebert Tuglase näidendile „Toome helbed”]
    1986
    Fp: September 22, 1986; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Music to William Shakespeare’s play "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" ["Suveöö unenägu"] [Muusika William Shakespeare’i näidendile „Suveöö unenägu”]
    1982
    Fp: June 1, 1994; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Music to Yrjö Kokko's ja Joel Sang's play "Pessi and Illuusia" [Muusika Yrjö Kokko ja Joel Sanga näidendile „Pessi ja Illuusia”]
    1982
    Fp: June 4, 1982; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Music to Tauno Yliruusi's play "The Secret of Lost Schoolbook" [Muusika Tauno Yliruusi näidendile „Kadunud aabitsa saladus”]
    1980
    Fp: September 30, 1980; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Music to play "In the Footsteps of the Human Being" [Muusika näidendile „Inimese jälgedes”]
    1978
    Fp: April 23, 1978; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Muusik to Clasta Pospisholova's play "Princess and the Echo" [Muusika Vlasta Pospišilova näidendile „Printsess ja kaja”]
    1976
    Fp: June 30, 1976; Estonian National Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Music to Friedebert Tuglas’s play "Little Illimar" ["Väike Illimar"] [Muusika Friedebert Tuglase näidendile „Väike Illimar”]
    1975
    Text: Lyrics by Juhan Saar
    Fp: October 4, 1975; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur
  • Music to play "Crazy Moomin Summer" [Muusika näidendile „Pöörane muumisuvi”]
    1975
    Fp: December 21, 1975; Estonian State Puppet Theatre, director Rein Agur

ORCHESTRATIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS

  • Uku And Vanemuine or Estonian People and Gods, Op. 56a [Uku ja Vanemuine ehk Eesti rahvas ja jumalad op. 56a]
    Karl August Hermann’s opera instrumentation and arrangement
    1997
    soloists, mixed choir, symphony orchestra
    Libretto: Karl August Hermann after Estonian folktale
    CD „Eesti lauleldused”, Eesti Filharmoonia Kammerkoor (1999); Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste