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Juhan Aavik

29.01.1884, Tartu - 26.11.1982, Stockholm
  • national romanticism: soulful expression, from sublime patriotism
    to warm lyrical expression
  • euphonic harmonic language, Estonian folk song as a wellspring
  • choral music, orchestral and ensemble works

The works of Juhan Aavik have been published by the publishing houses of the Republic of Estonia in the pre-Second World War period and by Estonian organisations in exile (in Sweden and Canada) and Eres Edition after the war.

Events

EMIC Music Shop

CD Journeys
DVD The Goblin
LP Contra aut pro?
CD Kaelkirjak

Kõrvits, Tõnu
Touch, for bassoon
Grigorjeva, Galina
Two Psalms, for mixed choir
Tally, Mirjam
Warm Life at the Foot of the Iceberg, for clarinet and piano
Seppar, Evelin
Time and the Bell, for mixed choir