Aare Kruusimäe

WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA

Works for string orchestra

  • Before, Op. 5 [Enne op. 5]
    1997
    8'
    string orchestra
    Fp: Tallinn Baroque Orchestra, conductor Aivo Välja; April 12, 1997, Rotermann Salt Storage, Tallinn, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

WORKS FOR ENSEMBLE

  • Prayer, Op. 16 [Palve op. 16]
    2000
    5'
    bowed piano
    Fp: Bowed Piano Ensemble, artistic director Timo Steiner; April 28, 2000, Estonian Academy of Music Chamber Hall, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

Duos

  • Lava’s Song, Op. 25 [Laava laul op. 25]
    2005
    5'
    percussion (2 players)
    Fp: PaukenfEST Duo: Vambola Krigul, Anto Õnnis; April 11, 2005, Estonian Academy of Music, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

Quartets

  • Saxophone Quartet No. 1 „Promises“, Op. 1 [Saksofonikvartett nr. 1 „Promises“ op. 1]
    1. Promises
    2. Air
    3. Debate
    1999
    10'
    saxophone quartet
    Fp: Tallinn Saxophone Quartet; March 26, 1999, Tallinn Blackheads Brotherhood’s House, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
    CD „Anno Domini“, Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir (2000). Tallinn Saxophone Quartet
    Manuscript

String quartets

  • String Quartet, Op. 12 [Keelpillikvartett op. 12]
    1. Largo
    2. Tempo 120
    3. Grave
    1997
    10'
    string quartet
    Fp: Mihkel Kerem Quartet; April 28, 2000, Estonian Academy of Music, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • String Quartet No. 1 [Keelpillikvartett nr. 1]
    (score hasn’t survived)
    1995
    7'
    string quartet
    Fp: Tallinn String Quartet; March 24, 1995, Viljandi St. John’s Church, March 26, 1995, Tallinn St. Olaf’s Church, Estonian Music Days Festival

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT

Works for flute

  • Rondo and Caprice, Op. 8 [Rondo ja kapriis op. 8]
    1997
    5'
    flute
    Fp: Janika Lentsius (flute); April 14, 1998, Tabasalu Music School, April 17, 1998, Viimsi Music School, April 18, 1998, Tallinn House of Tourism, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

Works for viola

  • Night [Öö]
    2002
    2'
    viola
    Fp: Kristina Talen (viola); October 8, 2002, Tallinn St. Nicholas’s Church

Works for cello

  • Night, Op. 9 [Öö op. 9]
    1997
    2'
    cello

Works for piano

  • Miniatures, Op. 2 [Miniatuurid op. 2]
    1993
    piano
  • Variations, Op. 3 [Variatsioonid op. 3]
    1993
    piano

Works for organ

  • Slow Down, Op. 10
    1997
    4'
    organ
    Fp: Aare-Paul Lattik (organ); March 27, 1999, Tallinn Dome Church, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

VOCAL AND CHORAL MUSIC

Works for mixed choir and orchestra

  • Psalm 50, Op. 6 [Psalm 50 op. 6]
    cantata
    1997
    14'
    soprano, bass, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 1111, 0000, piano, strings
    Fp: Aile Asszonyi (soprano), Uku Joller (bass), Mixed Choir „Ad libitum“ (Tallinn Pedagogical University), Mixed Choir „Endla“ (Pärnu), Nõmme City Orchestra, conductor Hendrik Vestmann; March 27, 1999, Agape Centre, Pärnu, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

Works for male choir and orchestra

  • Song of Happiness [Õnnelaul]
    For the anniversary of Treaty of Tartu
    2007
    4'
    male choir, wind orchestra
    Text: Juhan Viiding
    Fp: February 2, 2007, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Estonian Male Song Society
    Manuscript

Works for female choir and instrument(s)

  • I Am a Dream [Ma olen unenägu]
    Dedicated to the Female Choir Carmina and conductor Margit Võsa on the occasion of the choir's 30th anniversary
    2019
    8'
    female choir, 4 Shinto bowls, Tibetan bell
    Text: Aare Kruusimäe
    Fp: Female Choir Carmina, conductor Margit Võsa; April 6, 2019, Tallinn House of Blackheads
  • Circle of Life [Eluring]
    in 7 movements
    2010
    female choir, percussion (cowbell, Tibetan bell)
    Text: Marie Under, Anna Haava, Mart Raud, Paul-Eerik Rummo, Doris Kareva
    Fp: Female Choir of Estonian National Library; May 22, 2011, Tallinn House of Brotherhood of Black Heads
    CD „Circle of Life“, Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu (2016); Female Choir of Estonian Nationa Library, conductors Anneli Surva, Kristi Jagodin
    CD "Sinu valgus. Lumen tuum", Female Choir of Estonian Choral Conductors (2012); Female Choir of Estonian Choral Conductors, conductor Andrus Siimon (only first two parts)

Works for male choir and instrument(s)

  • Do Not Ever Fall Asleep [Ära kunagi uinu]
    2011
    3'
    male choir, organ
    Text: Bernhard Kangro
    Fp: Academic Male Choir of Tallinn Technical University, conductor Peeter Perens; December 16, 2011, Tallinn St. John's Church
    Commissioned by: Academic Male Choir of Tallinn Technical University
  • Saxophone Mass, Op. 24 [Saksofonimissa op. 24]
    1. Instead of Introitus
    2. Antidolorosum
    3. I Thank Thee
    4. Alternatives
    5. The Lord’s Prayer
    2004
    12'
    male choir, saxophone quartet
    Text: Artur Alliksaar, Estonian sacred folk song, The Lord’s Prayer
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, Tallinn Saxophone Quartet, conductor Andres Heinapuu; January 9, 2005, Tallinn Methodist Church
    Commissioned by: Estonian National Male Choir
  • Christmas Cantata, Op. 18 [Jõulukantaat op. 18]
    1. Across the Snowy Field
    2. In the Kitchen
    3. For Christmas
    4. Father Christmas’s Cycles Before Holidays
    5. On Christmas Night
    2000
    14'
    male choir, saxophone quartet
    Text: Arved Paul, Friida Virkhaus, Anna Haava, Julius Oro, Edmund Laansalu
    Fp: Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir, Tallinn Saxophone Quartet; November 25, 2000, Viljandi St. John’s Church
    Commissioned by: Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir
    CD „A rose has come up“ („Üks roosike on tõusnud“), male ensemble of Nõo church (2007); Male ensemble of Nõo church
    CD „This Christmas day is full of joy“ („See jõulupäev on rõõmust suur“), Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir (2004); Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir (only „Across the snowy field“ and „On Christmas night“)
    CD „Anno Domini“, Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir (2000); Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir, Tallinn Saxophone Quartet, conductor Jüri Rent
  • Missa Adventus, Op. 14
    Dedicated to Technical University Academic Male Choir and Jüri Rent
    1. Kyrie
    2. Credo
    3. Ave Maria
    4. Sanctus
    5. Benedictus
    6. Agnus Dei
    1999
    28'
    soprano, baritone, male choir, organ
    Fp: Pirjo Levandi (soprano), Villu Valdmaa (baritone), Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir, Piret Aidulo (organ), conductor Jüri Rent; December 11, 1999, Kuressaare St. Lawrence’s Church
    Commissioned by: Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir
    CD „Anno Domini“, Technical University Academic Male Choir (2000); Pirjo Levandi (soprano), Villu Valdmaa (baritone), Technical University Academic Male Choir, Piret Aidulo (organ), conductor Jüri Rent

Works for toddlers’ choir and instrument(s)

  • Grains [Terad]
    2004
    1'
    toddlers' choir, piano
    Text: Helvi Jürisson
    Commissioned by: Estonian Choral Association

Works for voice(s) and orchestra

  • Our Profound Substance [Me sügavam sisu]
    2018
    voice, wind orchestra
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Mari Jürjend (vocal), Estonian Police and Border Guard Orchestra, conductor Hando Põldmäe; concert tour "Along the Border" dedicated to the100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia in Sillamäe, Alatskivi, Värska, Valga, Lilli-Ungurin border crossing point, Kuressaare, Kloogaranna and Tallinn Freedom Square from 19.–26.2018
    Commissioned by: Estonian Police and Border Guard Orchestra
    CD „Sada“, Politsei- ja Piirivalveorkester (2018); Mari Jürjens (vocal), Police and Border Guard Orchestra, conductor Hando Põldmäe

Works for voice(s) and piano

  • Circle [Ring]
    1. Dream Hike (Prelude)
    2. My Spring
    3. Summer Memory
    4. Blindly Each Other
    5. Vision
    6. Dream Hike (Postlude)
    2002
    14'
    mezzo soprano, piano
    Text: Marie Under
    Fp: Pille Lill (soprano), Marje Lohuaru (piano); April 4, 2002, Estonian Academy of Music Chamber Hall, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • Seven Songs on Texts by William Butler Yeats, Op. 7 [Seitse laulu William Butler Yeatsi sõnadele op. 7]
    1. An Irishman
    2. Human Dignity
    3. Symbols
    4. The Choice
    5. (score hasn't survived)
    6. The Everlasting Voices
    7. Down by the Sally Gardens
    1998
    8'
    baritone, sopran, piano
    Text: William Butler Yeats (in English)
    Fp: Villu Valdmaa (baritone), Maria Kiple (soprano), Martti Raide (piano); April 19, 1998, Tallinn Writers House, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • Three Sonnets on Texts by William Shakespeare, Op. 13 [Kolm sonetti William Shakespeare'i sõnadele op. 13]
    1. Sonnet No. 1
    2. Sonnet No. 3
    3. Sonnet No. 11
    1998
    12'
    voice, piano
    Text: William Shakespeare (in English)

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

  • Vernal Calf [Kevadine vasikas]
    2004
    10'
    2 tenors, baritone, bass, 2 trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba
    Text: folklore (Kanepi)
    Fp: Improloo: Priit Lehto (tenor), Rene Keldo (tenor), Aare Kruusimäe (baritone), Kristjan Laasimer (bass), Silver Brass: Taavi Kuntu (trumpet), Mihkel Metsala (trumpet), Kalle Koppel (horn), Hando Põldmäe (trombone), Priit Paabo (tuba); April 19, 2004, Estonian Academy of Music Chamber Hall, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • I’m Foreigner on Earth [Ma olen maa peal võõras]
    based on sacred folk tune from Vormsi island
    2003
    6'
    baritone, double bass
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Mareks Lobe (bariton), Taavo Remmel (double bass); January 10, 2004, Tallinn St. Nicholas’s Church
  • Night [Öö]
    2002
    4'
    voice, flute, piano
    Text: Debora Vaarandi
    Fp: Iris Oja (voice), Monika Mattiesen (flute), Martti Raide (piano); October 27, 2002, Paide Town Hall, Paide Town Hall Music Festival
    Manuscript
  • Look, God – Here I Am, Foolish [Vaata Jumal, siin ma rumal]
    2001
    5'
    harmonica, 2 violins, viola, double bass, male quartet
    Text: folklore (Räpina)
  • Four Songs on Texts by Samuel Beckett, Op. 11 [Neli laulu Samuel Becketti sõnadele op. 11]
    1998
    6'
    soprano, violin, piano
    Text: Samuel Beckett (in English)

Works for mixed choir a cappella

  • Prayers [Paar palvid]
    1. Mornig Prayer
    2. Day Prayer
    3. Evening Prayer

    2011
    8'
    mixed choir
    Text: Kauksi Ülle
    Fp: Mixed Choir Hilaro, conductor Sirje Otsar; May 29, 2011, Võru Culture House Kannel
    Commissioned by: Mixed Choir Hilaro
  • Song of David No 15 [Taaveti laul nr. 15]
    2010
    mixed choir
    Text: Indrek Hirv, Vello Salo (new translation of Songs of David)
    Manuscript
  • My Party [Minu erakond]
    2004
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    Publisher: Estonian Mixed Choirs' Union
  • Three Sacred Songs, Op. 23 [Kolm vaimulikku laulu op. 23]
    1. Fragment I from Psalm 80
    2. Fragment II from Psalm 80
    3. Ave Maria
    2003
    9'
    soloists, mixed choir
    Fp: Chamber choir of Tartu St. John’s Church, conductor Lilyan Kaiv; June 21, 2003, Tartu St. John’s Church, Estonian Young Composers’ Festival
  • Ave Maria
    3rd part from the cycle "Three Sacred Songs", Op. 23
    2002
    2'
    mixed choir
    Fp: Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir, female choir Ausma (Latvia); December 7, 2002, Kuressaare St. Lawrence’s Church
  • It Has All Become So Quiet [Nii vaikseks kõik on jäänud]
    2000
    2'
    version both for mixed choir and female choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
  • The Singer, Op. 15 [Laulja op. 15]
    1999
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Kristjan Jaak Peterson
    Fp: 2002, Kuressaare
  • Psalm Trilogy (Sacred Trilogy), Op. 4 [Psalmi triloogia (Vaimulik triloogia) op. 4]
    1. Laudate Dominum
    2. Confitebor Tibi Domine
    3. Beatus vir
    1997
    9'
    mixed choir
    Text: the Bible
    Fp: Tallinn Old Town Concert Choir, conductor Elmo Tiisvald; April 10, 1997, Tallinn Dome Church, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • Laudate Dominum
    Part 1 from Psalm Trilogy
    1995
    3'
    mixed choir
    Text: Psalm 116
    Publisher: SP Muusikaprojekt

Works for female choir a cappella

  • Journey [Rännak]
    Choir cycle. Dedicated to the Alumni Female Choir of Tallinn University of Technology
    4 movements
    2018
    female choir
    Text: Aare Kruusimäe
    Fp: Alumni Female Choir of Tallinn University of Technology, conductor Andres Heinapuu; November 17, 2018, Hall of Tallinn University of Technology
  • Three Songs for Female Choir [3 laulu naiskoorile]
    Dedicated to the Female Choir Carmina
    1. Tasakaalutera / In your swift countenance (Doris Kareva)
    2. Bakhanaal / Backhanal (Artur Alliksaar)
    3. Palve / Prayer (Doris Kareva)

    2013
    6'
    female choir
    Text: Doris Kareva, Artur Alliksaar
    Fp: Female Choir Carmina, conductor Margit Võsa; April 26, 2014, Tallinn House of Blackheads
    CD „Armastusega Carmina“, The Female Choir Carmina (2019); The Female Choir Carmina, conductor Margit Võsa
  • 1. The Breath of Life is Brief
    2. The Butterfly Orchid

    2011
    4'
    female choir
    Text: Betti Alver, Debora Vaarandi
    Fp: Academic Female Choir of University of Tartu, conductor Triin Koch; December 10, 2011, Tartu University Church
    CD „Armastusega Carmina“, The Female Choir Carmina (2019); The Female Choir Carmina, conductor Margit Võsa
    CD "Seedlings", Academic Women's Choir of the University of Tartu (2015); Academic Women's Choir of the University of Tartu, conductor Triin Koch
  • Song of a Beautiful Joy [Ilusa rõõmu laul]
    2010
    3'
    female choir
    Text: Leelo Tungal
    Fp: Girls' choir of XI Youth Song Celebration, conductor Triin Koch; July 3, 2011, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
    Commissioned by: Estonian Song and Dance Celebration Foundation
  • Five Sacred Folk Songs [Viis vaimulikku rahvalaulu]
    1. I Thank Thee (Pärnu-Jaagupi)
    2. Look, God (Räpina)
    3. I’m Foreigner on Earth (Vormsi)
    4. Oh, How Blessed (Reigi)
    5. Awake, My Heart (Pühalepa)
    2008
    19'
    female choir
    Text: Estonian folk interpretation of the Bible
    Fp: Female Choir of the Estonian Academy of Sciences; October 10, 2009, University of Tartu Assembly Hall, November 7, 2009, Tallinn Blackheads Brotherhood’s House
    Commissioned by: Female Choir of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
    CD „Siin mu rõõmumaa“, TAN (2009). Female Choir of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, conductor Andrus Siimon
  • Life of Simple Wife [Lihtsa naise elu]
    Song cycle, dedicated to Andres Heinapuu and Alumni Female Chorus of Tallinn Technical University
    1. Life of Simple Wife (Mats Traat)
    2. I Won’t Reach (Lydia Koidula)
    3. Yeanling (Lydia Koidula)
    4. Golden Mean (Joosep Sang)
    5. Remembrance (Karl Eduard Sööt)
    6. Ei õnne kodanikuks (Matthias Johann Eisen)
    7. The Lark (Marie Under)
    2006
    13'
    female choir
    Text: Mats Traat, Lydia Koidula, August Sang, Karl Eduard Sööt, Matthias Johann Eisen, Marie Under
    Fp: Alumni Female Chorus of Tallinn Technical University, conductor Andres Heinapuu; November 28, 2009, Glehn Castle, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Alumni Female Chorus of Tallinn Technical University
    CD „Estonian Female Song Society 20”, Eesti Naislaulu Selts (2014); Alumni Female Choir of Tallinn Univerity of Technology, conductor Andres Heinapuu (only "I Won't Reach")
  • Ave
    2002
    female choir
    Fp: Female choir „Ausma“ (Latvia); December 7, 2002, Kuressaare St. Lawrence’s Church
  • It Has All Become So Quiet [Nii vaikseks kõik on jäänud]
    2000
    2'
    version both for mixed choir and female choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
  • When I'll Be Going? [Millal ma lähen?]
    3'
    female choir
    Text: Viivi Luik
    CD „Armastusega Carmina“, The Female Choir Carmina (2019); The Female Choir Carmina, conductor Margit Võsa

Works for male choir a cappella

  • Eyes [Silmad]
    2012
    2'
    male choir
    Text: Mart Raud
    Commissioned by: Engineers' Male Choir
  • Out of the Way [Eest ära]
    2007
    3'
    male choir
    Text: Anna Haava
    Fp: Engineers’ Male Choir, conductor Ants Üleoja; November 24, 2007, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Engineers’ Male Choir
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcasting (2011). Engineers' Male Choir, conductor Ants Üleoja
  • My Thoughts Are War Horses [Mu mõtted on lahinguratsud]
    To the 60th anniversary of Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir
    2005
    3'
    male choir
    Text: Heiti Talvik
    Fp: Tallinn Technical University Academic Male Choir; December 2005, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn  
    Commissioned by: Tallinn Tecnical University Academic Male Choir
    Manuscript
  • Searching the Voice [Hääle otsimine]
    2004
    7'
    4 male voices, male choir
    Text: Aare Kruusimäe
    Fp: Improloo, Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; November 20, 2004, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • To Fatherland [Isamaale]
    2004
    3'
    male choir
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    Fp: Revalia Male Chamber Choir and young men’s group of Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir, conductor Hirvo Surva; May 2, 2004, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Little Christmas Cantata, Op. 20 [Väike jõulukantaat op. 20]
    1. Christmas Night (Leelo Tungal)
    2. Father Christmas (Salme Raatma)
    3. Across the Snowy Field (Arved Paul)
    4. In Christmas Barn (Liili-Anne Parlo)
    5. Orphan’s Christmas (Julius Oro)
    6. For Christmas (Anna Haava)
    2002
    12'
    male choir
    Text: Leelo Tungal, Salme Raatma, Arved Paul, Liili-Anne Parlo, Julius Oro, Anna Haava
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir; December 21, 2002, Mäetaguse, December 22, 2002, Põlva and Võru, December 23, 2002, Tallinn St. John’s Church (only part 1, 2, 5 and 6)
    Commissioned by: Estonian National Male Choir
  • Beatus vir
    2001
    6'
    male choir
    Text: Psalm 111
    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
  • Look, God – Here I Am, Foolish [Vaata Jumal, siin ma rumal]
    finale of the piece of the same name for male quartet and instrumental ensemble
    2001
    2'
    male choir
    Text: folklore (Räpina)
  • Only Father’s Child [Vaid Isa laps]
    2001
    3'
    male choir
    Text: Arved Paul
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; April 8, 2001, Estonia Concert Hall, Estonian Music Days Festival
    Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival
  • Awake, My Heart [Mu süda ärka üles]
    2'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Mihhail Gerts; June 2, 2007, Tallinn St. Olaf’s Church

Works for boys’ choir a cappella

  • Vernal Calf [Kevadine vasikas]
    2008
    boys’ choir

Works for mixed boys' choir a cappella

  • Song of Father and Son [Isa ja poja lauluke]
    2011
    3'
    boys' mixed choir
    Text: Ott Arder
    Fp: Virumaa Boys' Choir, conductor Kuldar Schüts; May 28, 2011, Rakvere Gymnasium
    Commissioned by: Virumaa Boys' Choir
  • I Am a Shepherd Boy [Ma olen karjapoisike]
    2005
    2'
    mixed choir (men and boys)
    Text: Mihkel Veske

Works for joint choint choir or multiple choirs a cappella

  • Roaring Seashore [Kohav rand]
    2016
    joint choir
    Text: Debora Vaarandi
    Fp: May 28, 2016, Kuressaare Castle Courtyard, 51st Saaremaa Song Festival
  • Ancient Gate [Muinasvärav]
    2012
    3'
    joint choir
    Text: Debora Vaarandi
    Fp: Joint choirs of Saaremaa Song Festival; June 8, 2013, Kuressaare
  • Discovering the World [Maailma avastamine]
    2007
    5'
    joint choirs
    Text: Jaan Kross
    Fp: Joint choirs, soloist Heldur Harry Põlda, conductor Ants Soots; July 4, 2009, Tallinn Song Celebration Grounds, the 25th Estonian Song Celebration
    Commissioned by: Estonian Song and Dance Celebration Foundation

INCIDENTAL MUSIC

Music to plays

  • Music for Peter Shaffer’s play „Black Comedy“ [Muusika Peter Shafferi näidendile „Must komöödia“]
    2006
    Fp: March 28, 2006, Estonian Drama Theatre, director Andrus Vaarik

ORCHESTRATIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS

  • Creole Mass (Misa Criolla) [Kreooli missa (Misa Criolla)]
    setting of the piece of the same title by Ariel Ramírez
    2010
    soprano, male choir
    Fp: Merle Silmato (soprano), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Andrus Siimon; December 19, 2010, Jõhvi St. Michael's Church
  • Piae cantiones [Jumalakartlikud laulud (Piae cantiones)]
    1. Ave Maris Stella
    2. Dies est laetitiae
    3. Personent hodie
    4. Psallat scholarum concio

    arrangement of Heikki Kelemetti's work of same title for mixed choir
    male choir