Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Ei saa mitte vaiki olla Miina Härma 2:22
2 Sa oled mu südame suvi Artur Kapp 1:46
3 Kangakudumise laul Eduard Oja 1:14
4 Äiu-püiu Ester Mägi 2:32
5 Vahtralt valgõ pilve pääle Ester Mägi 2:33
6 Lüpsiloits Veljo Tormis 1:33
7 Suvi, Bulgaaria triptühhonist Veljo Tormis 3:09
8 Virmalised Veljo Tormis 2:30
9 Regina angelorum Pekka Kostiainen 4:47
10 Søk Herren Knut Nystedt 4:46
11 Exultavit Franz Burkhart 2:01
12 Eesti muld ja Eesti süda Villem Kapp 3:32
13 Üks hetk Ester Mägi 2:53
14 Kojuigatsus Miina Härma 2:49
15 Mets kohas Alo Ritsing 2:34
16 Kevadsadu John Fernström 1:11
17 Sulle mulle Alo Ritsing 1:31
18 Hällilaul Johannes Brahms 2:09
19 Kyrie Konstantin Türnpu 3:46
20 Nüüd lapseks saanud me Jumal Alo Ritsing 2:03
21 I Himmelen Edvard Grieg 4:56
22 Taaveti laul nr. 104 Cyrillus Kreek 2:43
23 Ave verum Camille Saint‐Saëns 3:00
24 Kadakad Lembit Veevo 2:14
25 Mis sa sirised, sirtsukene? Cyrillus Kreek 1:04
26 3 osa tsüklist „Ingerimaa õhtud”: Kiigelaul I / Kiigelaul II / Ringmängulaul Veljo Tormis 5:22
27 Tartu valgel ööl Gustav Ernesaks 2:09

Credits

CD 1

arranger:
Cyrillus Kreek (1958) (track 25)
choir vocals:
Tartu Akadeemiline Meeskoor (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (tracks 12–20)
Tartu Ülikooli Akadeemilise Naiskoor (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (tracks 1–11)
Tartu Ülikooli kammerkoor (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (tracks 21–27)
composer:
Franz Burkhart (track 11)
John Fernström (composer) (track 16)
Miina Härma (track 1)
Eduard Oja (track 3)
Camille Saint‐Saëns (composer) (track 23)
Johannes Brahms (German composer) (1868) (track 18)
Konstantin Jakob Türnpu (1902 – 1915) (track 19)
Edvard Grieg (composer) (1906) (track 21)
Artur Kapp (1918) (track 2)
Miina Härma (1922) (track 14)
Cyrillus Kreek (1923) (track 22)
Cyrillus Kreek (1928) (track 25)
Villem Kapp (1943) (track 12)
Veljo Tormis (composer) (1968) (track 8)
Lembit Veevo (1968) (track 24)
Knut Nystedt (1969) (track 10)
Gustav Ernesaks (1970) (track 27)
Ester Mägi (1974) (track 4)
Veljo Tormis (composer) (1975) (track 6)
Veljo Tormis (composer) (1978) (track 7)
Ester Mägi (1979) (track 13)
Veljo Tormis (composer) (1979) (tracks 26, 26, 26)
Alo Ritsing (1980) (track 17)
Ester Mägi (1984) (track 5)
Pekka Kostiainen (1992) (track 9)
Alo Ritsing (1993) (track 15)
Alo Ritsing (1995) (track 20)
conductor:
Karin Herne (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (tracks 21–27)
Alo Ritsing (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (tracks 12–20)
Vaike Uibopuu (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (tracks 1–11)
dedicated to:
Bertha Faber (track 18)
lyricist:
Vladimir Beekman (track 13)
Andres Ehin (track 8)
Ernst Enno (tracks 14, 27)
Anna Haava (track 1)
Gabriel Jönsson (track 16)
Aira Kaal (track 17)
Jaan Kaplinski (track 20)
Lydia Koidula (track 12)
Laurentius Laurinus (track 21)
Juhan Liiv (track 15)
Georg Scherer (track 18)
Debora Vaarandi (track 24)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 9–10, 19, 22)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 3–6, 18, 25–26, 26, 26)
solo vocals:
Kaja Ilmjärv (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 7)
Tor Tveite (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 21)
premiered at:
[concert] (1869-12-22) (track 18)
arrangements:
5 Lieder, op. 49: Nr. 4. Wiegenlied (for piano solo, Moore) (track 18)
5 Lieder, op. 49: Nr. 4. Wiegenlied (catch-all for arrangements) (track 18)
Wiegenlied (for piano solo, Grainger) (track 18)
Wiegenlied (for violin and piano, Spalding) (track 18)
Wiegenlied (for piano, Cortot) (track 18)
ブラームスの子守歌 (translated) (track 18)
is the basis for:
Close Your Eyes (track 18)
later translated versions:
Berceuse de Brahms (French version (a.k.a. "Bonne nuit").) (track 18)
Lullaby (track 18)
Vuggesang (Brahms) (track 18)
part of:
Kuus eesti rahvaviisi (choral cycle) (track 4)
Kuulaulud (track 17)
4 Salmer fritt efter gamle norske Kirkemelodier, op. 74 (for baritone and mixed chorus) (track 21)
5 Lieder, op. 49 (track 18)
Talvemustrid (track 8)
Ingerimaa õhtud (tracks 26, 26, 26)
recording of:
5 Lieder, op. 49: Nr. 4. Wiegenlied (for voice and piano) (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 18)
Ave verum (for mixed choir) (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 23)
Bulgaaria triptühhon: I. Suvi (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 7)
Eesti muld ja Eesti süda (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 12)
Ei saa mitte vaiki olla (for female choir) (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 1)
Exultavit (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 11)
I Himmelen, op. 74 nr. 4 (for baritone and mixed chorus) (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 21)
Ingerimaa õhtud: IV. Tšastuška I (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 26)
Ingerimaa õhtud: V. Tšastuška II (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 26)
Ingerimaa õhtud: VI. Ringmängulaul (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 26)
Kadakad (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 24)
Kangakudumise laul (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 3)
Kevadsadu (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 16)
Kojuigatsus (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 14)
Kuulaulud: Nr. 3. Sulle, mulle (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 17)
Kuus eesti rahvaviisi, nr. 3: Äiu-püiu (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 4)
Kyrie (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 19)
Lüpsiloits (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 6)
Mets kohas (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 15)
Mis sa sirised, sirtsukene? (for mixed choir) (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 25)
Nüüd lapseks saanud me Jumal (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 20)
Regina angelorum (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 9)
Sa oled mu südame suvi (for choir) (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 2)
Søk Herren (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 10)
Taaveti laul nr. 104 „Kiida mu hing Issandat” (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 22)
Talvemustrid: IV. Virmalised (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 8)
Tartu valgel ööl (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 27)
Vahtralt valgõ pilve pääle (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 5)
Üks hetk (1997-05-25 – 1997-05-28) (track 13)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
Vårregnet (track 16)
version of:
Mis sa sirised, sirtsukene? (for female choir) (track 25)