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Friday, January 17, 2019 from 6:00 till 9:00

ESTER MÄGI
(January 10, 1922)
the First Lady of Estonian Music

The entire program will be devoted to her works in observance of 98th birthday

Here is a list of some works which will be presented:
A Tre for violin, cello & guitar (1991)
Bukoolika for orchestra (1983)
Lapland Joiks for piano (1987)
Piano Concerto (1953)
Prelude with Chorale for organ (1992)
Symphony for orchestra (1968)
Tuule tuba (Room of the Wind) for choir and organ (1994)
Variations for piano, clarinet and chamber orchestra (1972)
Vesper for String Orchestra (1990/1998)

Playlist and MP3 File *
*(please note, each available after the broadcast for 2 weeks)

 

  January - 15 - 2020  -  MP3 - available till February 01, 2020
listen  01/17/2019-06:00-07:30
listen  01/17/2019-07:30-09:00


Friday, January 17, 2020 - 05:00 - 11:00
ESTER MÄGI - the First Lady of Estonian Music - (January 10, 1922- )
Other programs devoted to music by Baltic/North European Composers
Composer Work Performers label
air time
Castellano, Jennifer The Castle at Sunrise (Opening) Jennifer Castellano, Piano Castellano
6:00
Mägi, Ester Huua Ja Huika (Shout and Whoop!) (1991) Mägi Ensemble, Heather MacLaughlin Garbes, conductor Mägi Ensemble 6:01
Mägi, Ester Variations for piano, clarinet and string orchestra (1972) Aleksandra Juozapenaite, piano, Alfred Sikk, clarinet, Estonian Radio Orchestra, Neeme Jarvi, conductor Antes Edition - BM-CD 31.9110 6:05
Mägi, Ester A Tre for violin, cello & guitar (1991) Urmas Vulp, violin, Henry-David Varema, cello, Heiki Matlik, guitar Finlandia Records - 3984-21435-2 6:18
Mägi, Ester The Broken Oar (1988) Estonian National Male Choir, Ants Soots, conductor Alba - NCD 25 6:30
Mägi, Ester Piano Concerto (1953) Ada Kuuseoks, piano, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Arvo Volmer, conductor Toccata Classics - TOCC 0054 6:35
Mägi, Ester Psalm for cello and piano (1991) Teet Jarvi, cello, Vardo Rumessen, piano Antes Edition - BM 31.9253 7:00
Mägi, Ester Lapland Joiks (1987) Peep Lassmann, piano Eres - CD 06 7:06
Mägi, Ester To the Bards (1987/2002) Mägi Ensemble, Heather MacLaughlin Garbes, conductor Mägi Ensemble 7:23
Mägi, Ester Pieta (1990/1995) Mägi Ensemble, Heather MacLaughlin Garbes, conductor Mägi Ensemble 7:25
Mägi, Ester Vesper (1990/1998) Strings of the Estonian National National Symphony Orchestra, Aivo Valja, conductor Estonian Radio - ERCD31  7:30
Mägi, Ester Prelude with Chorale (1992) Andres Uibo, organ (of the Church of Saint Nicholas in Tallinn) Eres- CD 03 7:37
Mägi, Ester A due (1997) Duo Concertante (Tauno Saviauk, flute, Tiit Peterson, guitar) Antes Edition - BM-CD 31.9160 7:45
Mägi, Ester Symphony (1968) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Mihkel Kutson, conductor Toccata Classics - TOCC 0054 7:51
Mägi, Ester Cantus for cello and guitar (1987) Henry-David Varema, cello, Heiki Matlik, guitar Finlandia Records - 3984-21435-2 8:07
Mägi, Ester Church Bell (1989) Estonian National Male Choir, Ants Soots, conductor Alba - NCD 25 8:13
Mägi, Ester Room of the Wind (1981) Estonian National Male Choir, Ants Soots, conductor Alba - NCD 25 8:19
Mägi, Ester Bucolica for symphony orchestra (1983) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Peeter Lilje, conductor Estonian Music Information Centre - EMIC CD020 8:29
Mägi, Ester Dialogue (1976) Sigrid Orussar, flute, Toomas Vavilov, clarinet, Henry-David Varema, cello, Lauri Vainmaa, piano Antes Edition - BH-CD 31.9110 8:39
Mägi, Ester Song from Lapland (1971) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Peeter Lilje, conductor Alba - NCD 25 8:53
Mägi, Ester Snow is Falling (1948) Mägi Ensemble, Heather MacLaughlin Garbes, conductor Mägi Ensemble 8:58