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Eduard Tubin. Works for Violin and Piano. Vol 1

Keyboard Juggleress (Irina Zahharenkova, DVD)

Ad patrem meum (Anna-Liisa Bezrodny, Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, DVD)

Arsis. Legend

Magic of Sound (Ralf Taal)

Maria Magdalena (Sevara Nazarkhan, Riga Dom Cathedral Boys Choir, State Choir Latvija, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra)

Joy and Sorrow Unmasked (European Union Baroque Orchestra, Lars Ulrik Mortensen)

Locus amoenus (René Eespere)

The Best of Arsis Bells (Arsis, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian National Male Choir, Aivar Mäe)

Faust (Ain Anger, Estonian National Opera)

Modigliani − the Cursed Artist (Estonian National Ballet, Risto Joost)

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player Gloria. Final concert of the season 2012−2013
Kaia Urb (soprano), Kädy Plaas (soprano), Raul Mikson (tenor), René Soom (baritone), Uku Joller (baritone / basso), Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor − Neeme Järvi
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Vesperae solennes de confessore; Francis Poulenc Gloria; Gabriel Fauré Requiem in D Minor, Op 48; Encore: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ave verum corpus
Live recording in Pärnu Concert Hall on May 4th, 2013; 1 h 23 min 59 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

player Tibetan Buddhist ritual music
Tibetan Buddhist monks from Gyuto Tantric monastery (Tibet / India)
Mahākāla, Yamāntaka and Guhyasamāja ceremonies; Long Life prayer
Performed by Tashi Gyaltso, Lhakpa Tsering, Ngawang Rabgyal, Kunsang Rapden, Tenzin Chodak, Tenpa Choden, under the patronage of His Holiness the XIV Dalai-lama
Live recording from Orient Festival, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 10th, 2006; 98 min 17 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Sufi qawwali music
Fareed Azaz Qawwal & Bros (Pakistan)
Live recording from Orient Festival, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 9th, 2009; in co-operation with Estonian Broadcasting Corporation; 69 min 41 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player John Tavener − Towards Silence
Insomnia Quartet, String Quartet Prezioso, String Quartet of Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Tobias String Quartet, Handbell Ensemble Arsis, Madis Metsamart (Tibetan temple bell), conductor Aivar Mäe, introduction by Peeter Vähi
Ikon of Joy / Sorrow, The Last Sleep of the Virgin, and Towards Silence by John Tavener
Live recording from the concert arranged by Eesti Kontsert, Oct 19, 2014; St Nicolaus’ church, Tallinn, recorded by Estonian Public Broadcasting, sound engineer Maido Maadik; 1 h 23 min 24 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

player BachSt John Passion
Mati Turi (tenor), Taavi Tammpuu (baritone), Uku Joller (baritone / basso), Pirjo Püvi (soprano), Eva Helena van Heel (mezzo-soprano), Ka Bo Chan (tenor), Ott Kask (basso), Chamber Choir Voces Musicales, Corelli Baroque Orchestra (on period instruments), Elar Kuiv (principal violinist), conductor – Risto Joost 
Live recording in St John’s church, Tallinn, on March 21st, 2010; 1 h 53 min 27 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

player Mary Magdalene Gospel
Music by Peeter Vähi. Performed by Sevara Nazarkhan (Mary Magdalene – soprano), Priit Volmer (Jesus – basso), Tõnis Mägi (narrator), Riga Dome Cathedral Boys Choir, Mixed Choir Latvija, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
Live recording, St Peter’s church, Riga, on Aug 19th, 2011, engineered by Modris Berzins, 69 min 14 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Da pacem Domine
Raschèr Saxophone Quartet
Da pacem Domine by Arvo Pärt
Live recording from Glasperlenspiel Festival; Jul 24th, 2012; St John’s church, Tartu; 8 min 14 sec, mp3, 160 Kbps

player Liminal
Nick Tsiavos Ensemble (Australia)
Liminal by Nick Tsiavos

Live recording at Glasperlenspiel Festival in St John church, Tartu, on July 19th, 2013; 59 min 3 sec, mp3, 256 Kbps

player Great Sufi tradition
Sheikh Hamed Suleiman Dawood and the Sufi Ensemble (Damascus)
Open air live recording from Orient Festival, Tallinn Zoo, Estonia, May 14th, 2011; in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting, sound engineer Aili Jõeleht; 59 min 55 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps. See also live-video player on YouTube.

player Christmas MusicVivaldi
Pirjo Püvi (soprano), Teele Jõks (mezzo-soprano), Ka Bo Chan (tenor), Ott Kask (basso), chamber choir Voces Musicales, Corelli Baroque Orchestra, conductor Risto Joost
Gloria in D major RV 589 (Vivaldi) 
Live recording in St John’s church, Tallinn, on Dec 29th, 2009; 30 min 12 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Mystical Sounds − George Gurdjieff
Kristjan Randalu (piano, pump organ, celesta), introduction by Peeter Vähi
George Gurdjieff & Thomas de Hartmann. Music of the Sayyids and the Dervishes; Asian Songs and Rhythms; Hymns, Prayers and Rituals; Hymns from a Great Temple and Other Selected Works
Live recording at Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, on Jan 10th, 2015; 34 min 25 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

player Tibetan Buddhist ritual music
Tibetan Buddhist monks of Drikung Kagyu school: Tsering Tondup (voc, dung-chen, damaru, drilbu / India), Tsewang Dorje (voc, kang-dung, damaru, drilbu / India), Konchok Choswang (voc, dung-dkar, damaru, drilbu / India), Gaynin Phuntsok (voc, gyaling, damaru, drilbu / India), Konchok Gyaltsen (voc, silnyen, damaru, drilbu / India), Konchok Tharchin (voc, dung-dkar, damaru, drilbu / India), Namgyal Tondup (voc, dung-chen, damaru, drilbu / India), Konchok Norbu (voc, nga, silnyen, damaru, drilbu / India), Pemba Lama (voc, gyaling, damaru, drilbu / Nepal)
Medicine-Buddha ceremony, Chöd, Cham dance-music and other rituals
Live recording from Orient Festival, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, 1999; engineered by Priit Kuulberg; 61 min 58 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Sufi music from Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan)
Fakhraddin & Jafar Gafarov (vocal, tar, ud, ney, bendir, saz)
Program: Rast mugami, Dilkesh tesnifleri, Hicaz ilahi, Ruhani, Shur mugami, Çahargah, Bu dunyadan, Segah ilahi
Live recording from Orient Festival, open-air stage at Tallinn Zoo, May 11th, 2011, 56 min 30 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player 蓮曼荼羅 (Lotus Mandala)
Kōjun Arai, Koe Arai, Shōdō Shinkō, Yūzen Yamanaka, Ryōshō Togashi (shomyō-singers from Shingon Buddhist sect, Japan), Michiko Akao & Ayako Ishii (yokobue-flute), Yaukazu Sato (percussion), Isohiro Yamagishi (recitation)
Live recording from Orient Festival, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn, May 5th, 2009; in co-operation with Estonian Public Broadcasting; 64 min 30 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Chinese Buddhist pipa music
Lan Weiwei (pipa, China)
White Horse Carrying Buddhist Sculpture (白马驮经)
Live recording from Viljandi Guitar Festival, Sep 25th, 2009; 15 min 8 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Green Tārā
Jana Kask (vocal, tānpūrā), Hele-Riin Uib (sistrums, dingsha-cymbals, gamelan-gongs), Peeter Vähi (keyboards)
Green Tārā (traditional lyrics in Sanskrit, arrangement for 3 musicians) by Peeter Vähi
Live recording, opening concert of Estonian Music Days, in co-operation with Estonian Composers’ Union, March 22nd, 2010, House of Blackheads, Tallinn; 33 min 18 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player 100 years from Des Jona Sendung première in Leipzig
Susanne Bernhard (soprano), Iris Vermillion (mezzo soprano), Dominik Wortig (tenor), Ain Anger (basso), MDR Rundfunkchor, MDR Kinderchor, State Choir Latvija, MDR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
Birthday-chant for Neeme Järvi. Oriatorio Des Jona Sendung by Rudolf Tobias
Live recording from Leipzig Gewandhaus on June 7th, 2015, 2 h 3 min 48
sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

player Supreme Silence
Kadri Voorand (vocal), Estonian National Male Choir (RAM), Handbell Ensemble Arsis, Peeter Vähi (mantra recitation, synthesizer), conductor Mikk Üleoja
Supreme Silence by Peeter Vähi
Live recording on Oct 13th, 2013, Estonia Concert Hall, sound engineer − Siim Mäesalu (Estonian Public Broadcasting), 43 min 49 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps

player Collegium Musicale
Chamber choir Collegium Musicale, conductor Endrik Üksvärav
Ahi, disperata vite (C Gesualdo), Die mit Tränen säen (H Schütz), Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (J S Bach), Psalm 100 (F Mendelssohn), Abendlied (J Rheinberger), Bogoroditse Djévo (A Pärt), Credo (E Rautavaara), Taaveti laul nr 121 (P Uusberg), Which Was the Son of... (A Pärt)
Live recording on Apr 2nd, 2011, Niguliste church, Tallinn; 43 min 4 sec, mp3, 128 Kbps

player Voodoo ritual of Ewe tribe
Live recording from an open air performance in Evenokope village, Ghana, expedition African Round, Mar 5th, 2013; 50 min 51 sec, mp3, 192 Kbps


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