2017

  • Kozlova-Johannes, Tatjana - Just One Breath (2018) 7'
    soprano, piano
    FP: Jaanika Kuusik (soprano), Diana Liiv (piano); December 4, 2019, Estonian Radio 1st Studio
  • Kõrvits, Maria - Etude for Glockenspiel and Orchestra (2019)
    glockenspiel, symphony orchestra
    FP: Karl Martin Tombak (glockenspiel), Tallinn Music School Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ott Kask; December 4, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, 75th anniversay concert of Tallinn Music School
  • Uusberg, Pärt - ...ja tuulelaeval valgusest on aerud... (...And Wind Boat Has Oars Made of Light...) (2018) 38'
    For the 100th anniversary of the University of Tartu as Estonia's National University
    mixed choir, symphony orchestra
    Text: Uku Masing and Kristian Jaak Peterson
    FP: University of Tartu Symphony Orchestra, Tartu Academic Male Choir, Academic Women's Choir of the University of Tartu, University of Tartu Chamber Choir, conductor Taavi Kull; November 30, 2019, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
  • Uusberg, Pärt - Hingelinnutee I (Milky Way - a Path of Souls) (2019) 6'
    Obligatory piece of the IX Estonian Pianists' Competition
    piano
    FP: Participants of the 2nd round of the IX Estonian Pianists' Competition; November 25 and 26, 2019, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Concert Hall
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - Good Night (2019) 4'
    string orchestra, tuned gongs (optional, 2 players)
    FP: Madis Metsamart, Vambola Krigul (gongs), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost; November 22, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - Song of the Lakes (2019) 4'
    Arrangement of the piece with the same name
    soprano saxophone, string orchestra
    FP: Virgo Veldi (saxophone), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost; November 22, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - Nocturanus (2019) 47'
    chamber orchestra: gongs (2 players), strings, electronics
    FP: Madis Metsamart and Vambola Krigul (gongs), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Tammo Sumera (electronics), conductor Risto Joost; November 22, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Grigorjeva, Galina - Evening Bells (2019) 14'
    harp, harpsichord, kannel
    FP: Ensemble Una Corda; November 16, 2019, St. Nicholas's Church, Tallinn
  • Krigul, Ülo - Quilty Pleasures in Open D from the Real Fakebook (2019)
    voice, harp, harpsichord, kannel
    FP: Ensemble Una Corda; November 16, 2019, St. Nicholas's Church, Tallinn
  • Pertmann, Aaro - Con moto (2019) 1'
    clarinet, cello
    FP: Géraldine Fastré (clarinet), Bruno Ispiola (cello); November 15, 2019, Culture Centre L’Entrela’, Evere, Belgium
  • Krigul, Ülo - Aga vaata aina üles (But Look Ever Upwards) (2019)
    mixed choir
    Text: Uku Masing
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Kaspars Putniņš; November 12, 2019 Tartu St. Paul's Church, November 13, 2019 Tallinn St. Nicholas's Church
  • Siimer, Mart - Raise up the Gates (2019)
    brass orchestra
    FP: Brass Academy, conductor Aavo Ots; November 10, 2019, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Concert Hall
  • Trass, Toomas - !Oremus por la patria! (2019)
    Dedicated to the memory of Hans-Voldemar Trass (1928-2017)
    wind orchestra, piano
    FP: Susanna Liisa Onoper (piano), Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, conductor Aavo Ots; November 10, 2019, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Concert Hall
  • Liik, Marianna - Veil of Sounds (2019) 13'
    flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano
    FP: Ensemble Fractales; November 2, 2019, Tartu University Museum, November 3, 2019, Tallinn, Estonian History Museum, Great Guild Hall, International Contemporary Music Festival Afekt
  • Kõrvits, Maria - Darkness and Deeper Dark (2019) 13'
    string orchestra
    FP: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Clement Power; November 1, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, International Contemporary Music Festival Afekt
  • Siimer, Mart - Expectavi (2019) 12'
    bass, sinfonietta
    FP: Andreas Fischer (bass), Afekt Sinfonietta, conductor Andreas Fischer; October 28, 2019, Noblessner Foundry, International Contemporary Music Festival Afekt
  • Tulve, Helena - Lament (2019) 19'
    In memoriam Marju Lepajõe
    bass, sinfonietta
    Text: Hedi Rosma, quotes from the epic „Mahābhārata“, fragments of texts by Rūmī and Georg Mancelius
    FP: Andreas Fischer (bass), Afekt Sinfonietta, conductor Andreas Fischer; October 28, 2019, Noblessner Foundry, Tallinn, International Contemporary Music Festival Afekt
  • Kallastu, Andrus - Disputationes (2019)
    Sonata for chamber ensemble. Belongs to the cycle "Roomet Jakapi's Three Lectures on Philosophy"
    flute, cello, piano
    FP: Repoo Ensemble: Leonora Palu (flute), Aare Tammesalu (cello), Jorma Toots (piano), Andrus Kallastu (conductor); October 26, 2019, Pärnu St. Elizabeth's Church
  • Maimets, Riho Esko - Two Prayers to the Heavenly Light (2019)
    mixed choir
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste; October 24, 2019, Flagey, Studio 4, Brussels, Belgium
  • Tulev, Toivo - nani mo nashi – there is nothing more (2019)
    countertenor, brass quintet (2 trumpets, trombone, French horn, tuba), electronics
    FP: Sean Bell (countertenor), Brass Quintet NyNorsk; October 23, 2019, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Concert Hall
  • Viira (Jürgens), Liis - There Are So Many Insects This Summer (2019)
    countertenor, brass quintet (2 trumpets, trombone, French horn tuba)
    Text: Jaan Kaplinski (translated into English by Jaan Kaplinski ja Fiona Sampson)
    FP: Sean Bell (countertenor), NyNorsk Messingkvintett; October 20, 2019, Balderin Hall, Helsinki, Finland
  • Viira (Jürgens), Liis - Motion Wave in Dialogue (2017/2019)
    violin, timpani, live video
    FP: Triin Krigul (violin), Vambola Krigul (timpani), Liis Viira (live video); October 17, 2019, Kanuti Guild Hall, festival "Üle Heli"
  • Tally, Mirjam - Quasar (2019)
    organ, harpsichord
    FP: Kristel Aer (organ), Ene Nael (harpsichord); October 12, 2019, Tallinn Dome Church
  • Kaumann, Tõnis - In paradisum (2019) 4'
    In memoriam Giya Kancheli
    voice, organ
    FP: Hortus Musicus; October 5, 2019, Arvo Pärt Centre, Laulasmaa, Estonia
  • Tüür, Erkki-Sven - Unwritten Letter (2019) 3'
    In memoriam Giya Kancheli
    violin, piano
    FP: Hortus Musicus; October 5, 2019, Arvo Pärt Centre, Laulasmaa, Estonia
  • Vähi, Peeter - Hommage à Brillance de Lune (2019) 10'
    Arrangement of the piece with the same name for oboe and organ, in memoriam Giya Kancheli
    violin, trombone, piano, double bass
    FP: Hortus Musicus; October 5, 2019, Arvo Pärt Centre, Laulasmaa, Estonia
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - Ta kõneleb vaikselt (2019) 5'
    mixed choir, symphony orchestra
    Text: Doris Kareva
    FP: Symphony Orchestra and Choir of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, conductor Arvo Volmer; September 28, 2019, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Great Hall
  • Tulve, Helena - The Narrow Road to the Deep North (2019) 60'
    4 voices, recorder, percussion
    Text: Matsuo Bashō (in English)
    FP: Partial premiere: Theatre of Voices, Michala Petri (recorder), Ying-Hsueh Chen (percussion), conductor Paul Hillier; September 27, 2019, Kings Place, London, UK
  • Liik, Marianna - Transparent (2019)
    flute, clarinet, trumpet, French horn
    FP: Ensemble der Jungen Deutschen Philharmonie, conductor Corinna Niemeyer; September 26, 2019, Comoedienhaus Wilhelmsbad, Hanau, Germany
  • Rannap, Rein - Oboe Concerto (2019)
    oboe, chamber orchestra
    FP: Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe), Pärnu City Orchestra, conductor Kaspar Mänd; September 24, 2019, Pärnu Concert Hall
  • Reinvere, Jüri - Cello Sonata (2019)
    cello, piano
    FP: David Geringas (cello), Ian Fountain (piano); September 22, 2019, Schloss Stolpe, Usedomer Musikfestival, Germany
  • Uusberg, Pärt - Song of Praise (Kiituselaul) (2019) 29'
    mixed choir, string orchestra
    Text: Ernst Enno, Psalms of David (translated by Vello Salo and Indek Hirv, in Estonian)
    FP: Chamber Choir and Orchestra Voces Musicales, conductor Risto Joost; September 14, 2019, Tallinn St. John's Church
  • Uusberg, Pärt - Keldi palve (Celtic Prayer) (2019) 5'
    Dedicated to Arvo Pärt
    mixed choir, string orchestra
    Text: Celtic prayers (in Estonian)
    FP: Chamber Choir Head Ööd, Vend, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Pärt Uusberg; September 4, 2019, Rapla Church, Arvo Pärt Days
  • Jõeleht, Lauri - Minuet in Twilight (2019) 6'
    violin, oboe, cello, organ
    FP: Roman Mints (violin), Dmitri Bulgakov (oboe), Anna Koškina (cello), Antonio Di Dedda (organ); September 3, 2019, Kaliningrad Cathedral, Russia
  • Kangro, Raimo - Juku, Op. 59 (1998) 105'
    musical
    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
  • Liik, Marianna - Kurzschluss (2019)
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Orchestra of the Lucerne Festival Academy, conductor Ruth Reinhardt; September 1, 2019, KKL Luzern, Concert Hall, Lucerne Festival, Swizerland
  • Pertmann, Aaro - The Siuru Songs, Op. 52 (2019)
    soprano, alto saxophone, cello, accordion
    Text: Marie Under, Henrik Visnapuu, Artur Adson, Johannes Semper
    FP: Pille Lill (soprano), Eve Neumann (saxophone), Andreas Lend (cello), Jaak Lutsoja (accordion); August 29, 2019, Tallinn Town Hall, Tallinn Chamber Music Festival
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - Song of the Lakes (2019)
    soprano saxophone, string quartet
    FP: Egert Leinsaar (violin), Linda-Anette Verte (violin), Sandra Klimaitė (viola), Theodor Sink (cello), Virgo Veldi (saxophone); August 2, 2019, Leigo Lake Music Festival
  • Lill, Märt-Matis - Smoke Sauna Symphony (2019)
    musical performance
    mixed choir, instruments, actors
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, musicians of the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra (from the phonogram and in live as well), folk musicians Mari Kalkun and Meelika Hainsoo, actors Lauli Otsar, Sten Karpov and Agu Trolla, conductor Kaspars Putniņš, stage director Tarmo Tagamets; August 2, 2019, Mooste Folgikoda, Põlva parish, Estonia
  • Reinvere, Jüri - Der Stern von Waltershausen (The Star of Waltershausen) (2019)
    organ, 1-2 instruments
    FP: Franziska Hoelscher (violin), Simon Höfele (trumpet), Sebastian Küchler-Blessing (organ); July 31, 2019, Ansbach St. Johannis Church, Bachweek Ansbach, Germany
  • Vähi, Peeter - Omar Khayyam Has Spoken… (2019) 10'
    soprano, bassoon, string quartet
    Text: Omar Khayyam, english translation by Edward Fitzgerald
    FP: Ensemble HaftCraft; July 12, 2019, Tartu St. John's Church, Glasperlenspiel Festival
  • Amor, Mari - By the Time of Sunrise (2017) 4'
    female choir
    Text: Villem Grünthal-Ridala
    FP: Female choirs of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Ingrid Roose; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Kaumann, Tõnis - Let's Do It Song (2017) 4'
    male choir
    Text: Tõnis Kaumann
    FP: Male choirs of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Mikk Üleoja; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Krigul, Ülo - Echo of a Bell (2017) 8'
    symphony orchestra
    Text: Marius Peterson and Ülo Krigul on the basis of the work of Fernando Pessoa and Juhan Viiding
    FP: Symphony orchestra of the XXVII General Song Celebration, Marius Peterson (reader), conductor Kaspar Mänd; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - A Song about the Mother Tongue (2017) 3'30''
    mixed choir
    Text: Doris Kareva
    FP: Mixed choirs of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Heli Jürgenson; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - To the Sun (2017) 4'
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Symphony orchestras of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Hando Põldmäe; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Maimets, Riho Esko - My Love (2017) 4'
    male choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    FP: Male choirs of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Ülle Tuisk; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Siimer, Mart - Wake Up, Zither and Harp (2018) 3'
    wind orchestra
    FP: Wind orchestra of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Bert Langeler; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration (Arrangement by Mati Põdra)
  • Tarm, Jonas - The Sun is Singing (2017) 5'
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Symphony orchestra of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Riivo Jõgi; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Uusberg, Pärt - Igaviku tuules (In the Wind of Eternity) (2017) 7'
    cantata
    joint choir
    Text: Kristjan Jaak Peterson, Juhan Liiv, Estonian folklore
    FP: Joint choir of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Pärt Uusberg; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Varres, Ardo Ran - An Estonian Fairytale (2017) 7'
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Joint orchestra of the XXVII General Song Celebration, conductor Hando Põldmäe; July 7, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Aints, Tauno - Nobody is Alone (2017) 5'
    joint choir, orchestra
    Text: Urve Tinnuri
    FP: Select joint choir and orchestra of the XXVII General Song Celebration, soloist Lauri Õunapuu, conductor Peeter Perens; July 6, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, XXVII General Song Celebration
  • Kruusmaa, Alisson - Hummingbirds (2019) 17'
    viola
    FP: Hannah Levinson (viola); June 29, 2019, Scandinavia House, New York, Mise-En Festival
  • Reinvere, Jüri - My Fatherland. My Happiness and Joy (2019) 15'
    Written for the 150th anniversary of the Estonian song festival
    mezzo soprano, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 0000, 4231, 1+1, harp, strings
    Text: Jüri Reinvere
    FP: Kai Rüütel (mezzo soprano), Estonian National Male Choir, Academic Women's Choir of the University of Tartu, Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kaspar Mänd; June 20, 2019, Tartu St. Mary's Church
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - Sei la luce e il mattino (2019) 60'
    mixed choir, string orchestra
    Text: Cesare Pavese (selected, arranged and translated by Doris Kareva)
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost; June 16, 2019, Tallinn House of Blackheads
  • Unt, Patrik Sebastian - Dannebrog (2019) 3'
    To celebrate the visit of Margarethe II, the Queen of Denmark on the occasion of the 800th anniversary of Danish flag Dannebrog, the 135th anniversary of Estonian flag and the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia
    choir or soloist, wind orchestra: piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 3 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 alto saxophones, 2 tenor saxophones, 4 French horns, 4 trumpets, 3 trombones, 2 baritones (euphonium), 2 tubas, double bass, timpani, percussion (clash cymbals, suspended cymbal)
    Text: Patrik Sebastian Unt (inspired of the legend of Dannebrog), translated into Latin by Anne Lill
    FP: Estonian Police and Border Guard Orchestra, Copenhagen Police Orchestra, Veronika Portsmuth Choir Academy Concert Choir, Parents choir of the Old Town Educational College, Rocca al Mare Mixed Choir, Tallinn Airport Mixed Choir, Copenhagen Cantata Choir, Copenhagen Boys' Choir, conductor Veronika Portsmuth; June 15, 2019, Tallinn Freedom Square
  • Viira (Jürgens), Liis - Salve Regina (2019)
    countertenor, brass quintet (2 trumpets, trombone, French horn, tuba)
    FP: Sean Bell (countertenor), NyNorsk Messingkvintett; June 9, 2019, Kulturkirken Jakob, Oslo, Norway
  • Põldmäe, Alo - Nightingales of River Emajõgi (2019)
    chamber opera
    soloists, choir, string quartet, saxophone, piano, percussion
    FP: Maria Listra, Oliver Kuusik, Märt Jakobson, Rasmus Kull, Atlan Karp, Simo Breede, Eva-Maria Shepel and Karl Markus Kaiv, Tartu Youth Choir, Tartu String Quartet, Ursula Chillaud (saxophones), Andre Hinn (piano), Heigo Rosin (percussion), conductor Markus Leppoja, stage director Ivar Põllu; June 7, 2019, Tartu Uus Teater
  • Kaumann, Tõnis - tematemaatikatematemaatika (2019)
    mixed choir
    Text: Juhan Viiding
    FP: Chamber Choir Collegium Musicale, conductor Miina Pärn; June 1, 2019, Tallinn, Writers' House
  • Tulev, Toivo - I Heard the Voices of Children (2019)
    mixed choir, soloists, instrumental ensemble
    Text: Words of William Blake, a Ballyeamon cradle song, and names of the lost children of Tuam
    FP: Chamber Choir The Crossing, conductor Donald Nally; June 1, 2019, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, USA
  • Uusberg, Pärt - Mõtisklused Juhan Viidingu sõnadele (Contemplations on Juhan Viding's Words) (2019)
    mixed choir
    Text: Juhan Viiding
    FP: Chamber Choir Collegium Musicale, conductor Miina Pärn; June 1, 2019, Tallinn, Writers' House
  • Pozdejev, Vsevolod - Романсы и элегии Мирры (Mirra's Romances and Elegies) (2019) 21'
    soprano, piano
    Text: Mirra Lokhvitskaya (in Russian)
    FP: Anna Galushenko (soprano), Vsevolod Pozdejev (piano); May 28, 2019, Kohtla-Järve Culture Centre, Gala Concert of the XX International Russian Romance Competition of Izabella Yurieva (only "The Wintry Sun")
  • Hallik, Elis - Touching the First Sounds (2019)
    flute, clarinet, saxophone, violin, viola, cello
    FP: Ensemble for New Music Tallinn, Marcus Weiss (saxophone), conductor Arash Yazdani; May 19, 2019, Tallinn, The Great Guild Hall
  • Unt, Patrik Sebastian - Samba de Tartaruga Marinha (2019) 3'
    accordion
    FP: Henri Zibo (accordion); May 11, 2019, Estonian Composers' Union Hall, Estonian Young Composer Award Final Concert
  • Kõlar, Margo - The Belfry (2019)
    phonogram
    FP: May 10, 2019, Tallinn St. Nicholas's Church, World Music Days 2019
  • Viira (Jürgens), Liis - The Gate (2019) 13'
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi; May 10, 2019, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
  • Eespere, René - De speculo (2019) 10'
    girls' choir, early music ensemble
    Text: Anne Lill / Codex Bernensis 611 (in Latin)
    FP: Girls' Choir Ellerhein, Hortus Musicus, Kadri Toomoja (celesta), conductor Ingrid Kõrvits; May 9, 2019, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Glass Hall, World Music Days 2019
  • Jõeleht, Lauri - Cantus (2019) 6'
    Dedicated to Hortus Musicus
    early music ensemble
    FP: Hortus Musicus; May 9, 2019,Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Glass Hall, World Music Days 2019
  • Kõrver, Kristjan - Corde (2019) 7'
    string quartet
    FP: YXUS Ensemble: Olga Voronova (violin), Mari Targo (violin), Mari Eensalu (viola), Leho Karin (cello); May 8, 2019, Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel), World Music Days 2019
  • Kaumann, Tõnis - Ave maris stella (2019) 4'
    vocal ensemble
    FP: Vox Clamantis, conductor Jaan-Eik Tulve; May 7, 2019, Tallinn Dome Church, World Music Days 2019
  • Lill, Märt-Matis - April Is in My Mistress Face (2019)
    kannel, koto
    FP: Kristi Mühling (Estonian chromatic kannel), Naoko Kikuchi (Japanese koto); May 7, 2019, Arvo Pärt Centre, World Music Days 2019
  • Seppar, Evelin - The Same Sea (2019) 5'
    mixed choir or vocal ensemble (SSAATTBB)
    Text: Jaan Kaplinski
    FP: Vox Clamantis, conductor Jaan-Eik Tulve; May 7, 2019, Tallinn Dome Church, World Music Days 2019
  • Maltis, Malle - Music from a Highway (2016)
    wind orchestra, traffic sounds
    FP: Police and Border Guard Orchestra, conductor Hando Põldmäe; May 6, 2019, Tartu, Estonian National Museum, World Music Days 2019
  • Varres, Ardo Ran - The Tragedy of the Commons (2019)
    wind orchestra
    FP: Estonian Police and Border Guard Orchestra, conductor Hando Põldmäe; May 6, 2019, Estonian National Museum, Tartu, World Music Days 2019
  • Eespere, René - Flatus IV (2017/2019)
    2 organs
    FP: Sven Verner Olsen (organ), Kristel Aer (organ); May 5, 2019, Jesus Church, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Hirsch, Liisa - Canvas (2019) 10'
    string orchestra
    FP: Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost; May 5, 2019, Tallinn, House of Blackheads, World Music Days 2019
  • Maimets, Riho Esko - Infinite Blue Heights (2019)
    2 pianos
    FP: Kadri-Ann Sumera (piano), Talvi Hunt (piano); May 5, 2019, Tallinn, Hous eof Blackheads, World Music Days 2019
  • Maltis, Malle - Concert for Two Improvising Saxophones and Orchestra (2019)
    soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2321, 3, strings
    FP: Eve Neumann (soprano saxophone), Vlady Bystrov (alto saxophone), Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra, conductor Aleksandr Brazhnyk; May 5, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall
  • Tarm, Jonas - Memories of the Earth (2019) 12'
    string orchestra
    FP: Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost; May 5, 2019, Tallinn, House of Blackheads, World Music Days 2019
  • Hallik, Elis - Doch manchmal erhellt sich die Seele, wenn sie frohe Menschen denkt, dunkelgoldene Frühlingstage (Yet Sometimes the Soul Brightens When It Ponders Joyful People, Dark Golden Days in Spring) (2019)
    soprano, flute, electronics
    Text: Georg Trakl (in German)
    FP: Sirje Aleksandra Viise (soprano), Monika Mattiesen (flute), Indrek Palu (electronics); May 4, 2019, Sakala 3, World Music Days 2019
  • Kõrvits, Maria - Night (2019)
    harp, harpsichord
    FP: Liis Viira (harp), Ene Nael (harpsichord); May 4, 2019, The Estonian Academy of Sciences, Tallinn, World Music Days 2019
  • Tulev, Toivo - Ek het jou lief (2018) 12'
    mixed choir
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Kaspars Putniņš; May 4, 2019, Tallinn. St. Nicholas's Church, World Music Days 2019
  • Tulev, Toivo - Partial Burqa Ban, Total Burqa Ban (2019)
    percussion (2 players)
    FP: Vambola Krigul (percussion), Madis Metsamart (percussion); May 4, 2019, Estonian Academy of Arts, World Music Days 2019
  • Tulve, Helena - Nächtliche Gesänge [Nocturnal Songs] (2019) 23'
    mixed choir
    Text: Paul Celan, Hilde Domin (in German)
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Kaspars Putniņš; May 4, 2019, Tallinn, St. Nicholas's Church, World Music Days 2019
  • Veeroos, Age - Schattenseele (2019)
    violin, electronics
    FP: George Kentros (violin), Mattias Petersson (electronics); May 4, 2019, Estonian Academy of Arts, World Music Days 2019
  • Vähi, Peeter - Siberian Trinity Mantra (2018) 14'
    reciter, mixed choir, shaman drum, phonogram
    Text: traditional
    FP: Chamber Choir Collegium Musicale, Peeter Vähi (recitative, shaman drum), conductor Endrik Üksvärav; May 4, 2019, Tallinn Dome Church, World Music Days 2019
  • Krigul, Ülo - worlds… break the soundness (2019) 12'
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts; May 3, 2019, estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, World Music Days 2019
  • Kozlova-Johannes, Tatjana - The Beauty of Decay (2019)
    Creative team: Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes, Helena Tulve, Kärt Tõnisson, Eva Eensaar-Tootsen
    voice, reader, DYI contrabass flute, guitar, kannel, violin, double bass, sound objects
    Text: Arzami Otchei (in English, translated by Natalja Ilina), Nikola Madzirov (in Estonian, translated by Caroline Pihelgas; in English, translated by Peggy Reid, Graham W. Reid), Ekaterina Makarova (in English, translated by Ludmilla Kutlybayeva), Osayemen (Simon) Evbuomwan (in English), Melati Hussein (in English), cyclopseven Ram (in English), Violet Creek (in English), Kabir (in English, translated by Rabindranath Tagore)
    FP: Estonian Composers’ Ensemble assembled especially for the festival opening: Ülo Krigul (sound objects), Helena Tulve (sound objects), Maria Kõrvits (sound objects), Lauri Jõeleht (guitar, sound objects), Andrus Kallastu (vocal, sound objects), Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes (sound objects), Anna-Liisa Eller (kannel, sound objects), Merje Roomere (violin, sound objects), Kristin Kuldkepp (double bass, sound objects), Tarmo Johannes (DYI contrabass flute), children at the dance class of St. John's School (supervisor Kärt Tõnisson), choreographer and stage director Kärt Tõnisson, lighting designer Oliver Kulpsoo, sounf engineer Tammo Sumera; May 2, 2019, Seaplane Harbour, Tallinn, World Music Days 2019
  • Kõrvits, Maria - Aquarelle II (2018)
    mixed choir, cello
    Text: Sirje Kadalipp
    FP: Chamber Choir Kolm Lindu, Theodor Sink (cello), conductor Valter Soosalu; April 27, 2019, University of Tartu Assembly Hall
  • Kallastu, Andrus - Lectiones (2019)
    Belongs to the cycle "Roomet Jakapi's Three Lectures on Philosophy"
    flute, cello, voice, piano
    Text: abstract phonetic text
    FP: Repoo Ensemble: Roomet Jakapi (voice), Leonora Palu (flute), Aare Tammesalu (cello), Jorma Toots (piano); April 19, 2019, Pärnu St. Elizabeth's Church
  • Krigul, Ülo - And the Sea Arose (2019) 15'
    mixed choir, string orchestra
    Text: From the Gospel of John and Gospel of Matthew, compiled by Hedi Rosma (in English)
    FP: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Kaspars Putniņš; April 19, 2019, Tallinn St. John's Church
  • Tulev, Toivo - So Shall He Descend (2018)
    soprano, mezzo soprano, tenor, bass, mixed choir, symphony orchestra
    FP: Soloists Ivana Rusko, Bettina Schneebeli, Jaroslav Březina and Jiří Hájek, coro piccolo: Aneta Bendová Podracká, Jana Vondrů, Pavla Radostová, mixed choir Ars Brunensis, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Dennis Russell Davies; April 14, 2019, Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, Brno, Czech Republic, Easter Festival of Sacred Music
  • Unt, Patrik Sebastian - Lake Glitters in the Evening Glow (2018) 2'
    female choir
    Text: Anna Haava
    FP: Academic Female Choir of the University of Tartu, conductor Triin Koch; April 14, 2019, University of Tartu Assembly Hall
  • Seppar, Evelin - This Night (2018) 3'
    Obligatory piece at the International Choir Festival "Tallinn 2019" in the Contemporary Music Category
    mixed choir
    Text: William Shakespeare
    FP: Participants of the International Choir Festival "Tallinn 2019"; April 13, 2019, estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Seppar, Evelin - This Night (2018) 3'
    Obligatory piece at the International Choir Festival "Tallinn 2019" in the Contemporary Music Category
    female choir
    Text: William Shakespeare
    FP: Participants of the International Choir Festival "Tallinn 2019"; April 13, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Grahv, Viktoria - Three Kannel Pieces for Children (2019) 6'
    chromatic kannel
    FP: Kärt Suurlaht (kannel, 1st part), Ann Kase (kannel, 2nd part), Hedi Viisma (kannel, 3rd part); April 12.04.2019, Tartu, Heino Eller Music School, XIII International Kannel Festival
  • Reinvere, Jüri - Before Leviathan Awakes (2019) 28'
    Symphonic Annotations
    symphony orchestra
    FP: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mihkel Kütson; April 12, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Deutscher Frühling Festival
  • Kruusimäe, Aare - I Am a Dream (2019) 8'
    Dedicated to the Female Choir Carmina and conductor Margit Võsa on the occasion of the choir's 30th anniversary
    female choir, 4 Shinto bowls, Tibetan bell
    Text: Aare Kruusimäe
    FP: Female Choir Carmina, conductor Margit Võsa; April 6, 2019, Tallinn House of Blackheads
  • Tüür, Erkki-Sven - Phantasma (2018) 13'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 2200, 1+1, piano, strings
    FP: Kymi Sinfonietta; April 3, 2019, Kotka Concert Hall, Finland. Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts; April 17, 2019, Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts; October 4, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Unt, Patrik Sebastian - The Streets of Lisbon (2018) 3'
    wind orchestra
    FP: Rapla County Youth Wind Orchestra, conductor Patrik Sebastian Unt; March 30, 2019, Rapla Culture Centre
  • Pertmann, Aaro - Sinfonietta, Op. 39 (2008/2009) 16'

    symphony orchestra: 2222, 2200, 2, strings

    FP: KLK Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ferdinando Nazzaro; March 24, 2019, Lviv Philharmonic Concert Hall, Ukraine
  • Maimets, Riho Esko - Four Enno's Songs (2019) 15'
    voice, string quartet
    Text: Ernst Enno
    FP: Iris Oja (voice), Harry Traksmann (violin), Olga Voronova (violin), Laur Eensalu (viola), Leho Karin (cello); March 9, 2019, Estonian Radio 1st Studio
  • Kerem, Mihkel - Violin Concerto (2018) 25'
    solo violin, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2020, strings
    FP: Triin Ruubel (violin), Pärnu City Orchestra, conductor Mikk Murdvee; February 28, 2019, Pärnu Concert Hall
  • Maimets, Riho Esko - Three Contemplations for Piano Trio (2019) 17'
    violin, cello, piano
    FP: Timotheos Petrin (cello), Chelsea Wang (piano), Maria Ioudenitch (violin); February 24, 2019, Benjamin Franklin Hall, Philadelphia, USA
  • Grahv, Viktoria - Well (2018) 9'
    flute, piano, violin, viola, percussion, sound objects
    FP: Anna-Helena Inno (viola), Brigitta Petropavlova (piano and sound objects), Mari-Ellen Aaman (violin), Monika Väliste (flute), Robert Rebel (percussion and sound objects); February 22, 2019, Georg Ots Tallinn Music School
  • Grahv, Viktoria - Nõmbra (2018) 5'
    bassoon, French horn
    FP: Oliver Anni (bassoon), Joosep Serva (French horn); February 22, 2019, Georg Ots Tallinn Music School
  • Kõrvits, Tõnu - The History of Abandoned Lighthouses (2019) 23'
    symphony orchestra: 2223, 4200, 1+1, strings
    FP: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts; February 22, 2019, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Meister, Erki - Golden Beach (2018)
    Based on Estonian-Swedish tunes
    soloists, mixed choir, chamber orchestra
    Text: folklore (in Estonian and Estonian-Swedish)
    FP: Vocal ensemble "Miinus Seitse", project orchestra, conductor Hirvo Surva; February 20, 2019 Tallinn Swedish St. Michael's Church, February 22, 2019 Haapsalu Culture Centre
  • Grigorjeva, Galina - Psalm II (2019)
    brass quintet: French horn, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba
    FP: Estonian Academic Brass Quintet; February 12, 2019, Niguliste Church, Tallinn, festival "Virmalised"
  • Rannap, Rein - Corals (2019)
    piano
    FP: Rein Rannap (piano); February 11, 2019, Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel), festival "Virmalised"
  • Veeroos, Age - Chills (2019) 6'
    kannel, harp, harpsichord
    FP: Ensemble Una Corda; February 10, 2019, Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn
  • Viira (Jürgens), Liis - Chaconniana (2019) 9'
    oboe, kannel, harp, harpsichord
    FP: Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe), ensemble Una Corda; February 10, 2019, Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn
  • Kruusmaa, Alisson - Paper Flowers (2019) 8'
    piano
    FP: Johan Randvere (piano); February 7, 2019, Spazio Teatro 89, Milan, Italy
  • Kruusmaa, Alisson - Piece for Solo Violoncello II (2018) 5'
    Arrangement of the piece written in 2014
    cello
    FP: Martti Rousi (cello); February 2, 2019, Helsinki Musiikkitalo, festival CelloFest.fi, Finland
  • Hirsch, Liisa - Kuma (2018)
    mixed choir, electronics
    FP: Chamber Choir Cappella Amsterdam, conductor Lodewijk van der Ree; February 1, 2019, Utrecht Pieterskerk, Netherlands
  • Tipp, Karl - Bulerias (2019) 4'
    saxophone quartet, percussion
    FP: Rene Laur (sopranp saxophone), Karl Tipp (alto saxophone), Roland Mällo (tenor saxophone), Tanel Koho (baritone saxophone), Reigo Ahven (percussion); January 25, 2019, Kumu Art Museum, Ingrid Elsa Mugu's dance performance "Sinumina"
  • Grünberg, Sven - Traces (2019) 5'
    vocal ensemble, chamber orchestra, percussion
    Text: without words
    FP: Vambola Krigul (percussion), Tallinn Chmaber Orchestra, Vox Clamantis, conductor Jaan-Eik Tulve; January 18, 2019 Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu, January 19, 2019 Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Grünberg, Sven - Traces inside You (2019) 9'
    cello, chamber orchestra
    FP: Andreas Lend (cello), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jaan-Eik Tulve; January 18, 2019 Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu, January 19, 2019 Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
  • Lock, Gerhard - Ludus atmosphericus #2 „Snooker“ (2019) 7'-9'
    superflute, amplified BP (Bohlen-Pierce) recorders and live-electronics (Max/MSP patch programmer Hans-Gunter Lock), voice
    FP: Andrus Kallastu, Leonora Palu, Indrek Palu (superflute), Hans-Gunter Lock, Leonora Palu (BP recorders), Gerhard Lock (live-electronics), Jaan Malin (voice); January 12, 2019, Pärnu Koidula Gymnasium, Pärnu Contemporary Music Days, part of the interdisciplinary musical composition workshop's Performance
  • Amor, Mari - Contemplations with Raul Talmar (2018)
    mixed choir
    Text: Raul Talmar
    FP: Mixed Choir K.O.O.R., conductor Heikki Põhi; January 6, 2019, Tallinn, House of Blackheads, Birthday concert of conductor Raul Talmar