Eduard Tubin

WORKS FOR THE STAGE

Operas

  • The Parson of Reigi [Reigi õpetaja]
    opera in 6 scenes
    1971
    90'
    soloists, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4231, percussion, strings
    Libretto: Jaan Kross after ballad novel of the same title by Aino Kallas
    Fp: directed by Kaarel Ird, conductor Erich Kõlar; June 10, 1979, Estonian State Academic Theatre Vanemuine
    CD „Eduard Tubin. The Parson of Reigi“, Vanemuine (2014); Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra and Opera Chorus, conductor Paul Mägi, soloists: Jassi Zahharov (Paavali Lempelius), Karmen Puis (Catharina Vycken), Mati Turi (Jonas Kempe), Pirjo Püvi (Viiu), Annaliisa Pillak (Kristi), Merle Silmato (Sauna Ann), Reigo Tamm (Henn), Jaan Willem Sibul, Jüri Lumiste, Priit Strandberg, Raivo Adlas, Rainer Aarsalu, German Gholami, Rasmus Kull, Ivar Saks, Helen Hansberg, Risto Orav, Endel Kroon, Eve Kivisaar, Simo Breede, Merle Jalakas, Katrin Kapinus
    CD „The parson of Reigi: opera in six scenes / Eduard Tubin”, Ondine (1992). The Estonian Opera Company, conductor Paul Mägi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Barbara von Tisenhusen
    opera in three acts
    1. Act:
    1. Scene. Moderato ma energico
    2. Scene. Andante
    3. Scene. Andante

    2. Act:
    4. Scene. Allegro deciso
    5. Scene. Moderato
    6. Scene. Allegro tempestuoso

    3. Act:
    Introduction. Allegro
    7. Scene. Andante
    8. Scene. Largo
    9. Scene

    1968
    120'
    soloists, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 3322, 4331, percussion, celesta, strings
    Libretto: Jaan Kross after Aino Kallas's ballad novel with the same title
    Fp: directed by Udo Väljaots, conductor Kirill Raudsepp, soloists Maarja Haamer, Kalju Karask, Teo Maiste and others; December 4, 1969, State Academic Theatre Estonia
    CD „Barbara von Tisenhusen“, Ondine (1991). The Estonian Opera Company, conductor Peeter Lilje
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Werewolf [Libahunt]
    opera, unfinsihed
    1944
    Libretto: Albert Üksip after tale of the same title by August Kitzberg
  • The Lake Pühajärv [Pühajärv]
    opera, unfinished
    1941
    Text: Juhan Sütiste
    Manuscript

Ballets

  • The Goblin [Kratt]
    ballet in four scenes
    1. Act, Allegro giusto. Making of the Goblin
    2. Act, Andante commodo. The Bee Ram. Bee Polka
    3. Act, Andante sostenuto. Night Shepherds. Long Ingliska
    4. Act, Sostenuto e pesante
    . Liversea Witches. Billy Goat's Dance. Rooster's Dance
    1940/1941/1960
    90'
    symphony orchestra: 2221, 2220, percussion, piano, harp, female choir, strings
    Libretto: Elfriede Saarik-Tubin
    Fp: directed by Ida Urbel, conductor Eduard Tubin; March 31, 1943, Theatre Vanemuine
    DVD "The Goblin. Ballet by Eduard Tubin", Estonian National Opera, ERO (2017); Estonian National Ballet, Estonian National Opera Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vello Pähn
    CD „Tubin: Kratt”, Naxos (2007); Iris Oja (mezzo soprano), Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Kratt: ballet in four acts / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (2005); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Music for ballet "Siuru Bird" [Muusika balletile "Siurulind"]

WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA

Works for symphony orchestra

  • Symphony No. 11 [Sümfoonia nr. 11]
    unfinished, 1st movement finished by Kaljo Raid in 1987
    1. Allegro vivace con spirito
    1981
    10'
    symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, 1, strings
    Fp: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer; October 22, 1988, Estonian TV&Radio
    CD „The last symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (2003); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Estonia: Pärt. Tüür. Tubin”, Virgin Classics (2002); Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Paavo Järvi
    CD „Searching for roots: music from Estonia / Pärt, Tubin, Tüür”, Virgin Classics (1997); Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Paavo Järvi
    CD „Unfinished symphony no. 11; Elegy for strings / Eduard Tubin. Stockholm symphony (No. 2) / Kaljo Raid”, Koch (1995); Estonian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Music by Estonian exiles / Arvo Volmer conducts The Estonian State Symphony Orchestra”, [S.n.] (1994); Estonian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Symphony no. 1 in C minor ; Balalaika concerto ; Music for strings / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 4 in A major „Sinfonia lirica” [Sümfoonia nr. 4 A-duur „Lüüriline”]
    1. Molto moderato
    2. Allegro con anima
    3. Andante, un poco maestoso
    4. Allegro

    1943/1978
    35'
    symphony orchestra: 3332, 4331, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; April 16, 1944, Drama Theatre, Tallinn
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 4: Sinfonia lirico; Symphony no. 7”, Alba Records (2001); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Symphony no. 4: „Sinfonia lirica” ; Symphony no. 9 ; Toccata / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1986); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 10 [Sümfoonia nr. 10]
    1973
    26'
    symphony orchestra: 3322, 4231, percussion, strings
    Fp: Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor William Byrd; September 27, 1973, Konserthus, Gothenburg
    FpEst: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; October 1, 1979, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
    CD „Five nordic masters”, BIS (2004); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „The last symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (2003); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002);  Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Requiem for fallen soldiers ; Symphony no. 10 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 9 „Sinfonia semplice” [Sümfoonia nr. 9 „Sinfonia semplice”]
    1. Adagio
    2. Adagio, lento

    1969
    22'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4230, percussion, strings
    Fp: Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Stig Westerberg; November 20, 1971, Royal Swedish Academy of Music
    FpEst: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; May 6, 1976, Estonia Concert Hall
    CD „Five nordic masters”, BIS (2004); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „The last symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (2003); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 4: „Sinfonia lirica” ; Symphony no. 9 ; Toccata / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1986); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Sumphony No. 3 in D minor „Heroic” [Sümfoonia nr. 3 d-moll „Heroiline”]
    1. Largo
    2. Molto allegro e tempestuoso
    3. Largo maestoso
    1942/1968
    35'
    symphony orchestra: 3322, 4331, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; Febrary 26, 1943, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Symphony no. 3; Symphony no. 8 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (2003); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Complete symphonies. Vol. 2 / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (2000); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 8 [Sümfoonia nr. 8]
    1. Andante quasi adagio
    2. Allegro moderato
    3. Allegro vivace
    4. Lento, tenuto e maestoso
    1966
    31'
    symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, percussion, celesta, strings
    Fp: Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; February 24, 1967, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Symphony no. 3; Symphony no. 8 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (2003); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 8; Symphony no. 1”, Alba Records (2002); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Suite from the ballet „The Goblin” [Süit balletist „Kratt”]
    I Introduction; Farmer's Dance; Dance of the Kratt
    II Long Dance; A Peasant Waltz; Buck Dance
    III Interlude; Dance of the Exorcists; The Goat; The Cock; Dance of the Northern Lights

    1961
    23'
    symphony orchestra: 2221, 2220, percussion, piano, harp, strings
    Fp: Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Gunnar Staern; January 15, 1962, Swedish Radio
    FpEst: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer; February 15, 1999, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Swedish Radio
    CD „Precious moments in the concert hall”, Eesti Raadio (2007); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 5; Suite from the ballet "Kratt" / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1985); Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Edition Suecia
    Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 7 [Sümfoonia nr. 7]
    1958
    24'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 2200, 1, strings
    Fp: Gävle Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gunnar Staern; March 1, 1959, Gävle
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 4: Sinfonia lirico; Symphony no. 7”, Alba Records (2001); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Sinfonietta on Estonian motifs ; Piano concertino ; Symphony no. 7 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Gothengurg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Symphony No. 6 [Sümfoonia nr. 6]
    1. Andante sostenuto, ma ritmico
    2. Molto allegro
    3. Festoso
    1954/1956
    33'
    symphony orchestra: 3333, tenor saxophone, 4331, 1+4, piano, strings
    Fp: Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tor Mann; September 30, 1955, Swedish Radio
    FpEst: Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sergey Prokhorov; May 15, 1959, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Complete symphonies. Vol. 2 / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (2000); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Symphony no. 2; Symphony no. 6 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1985); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Symphony No. 5 in B minor [Sümfoonia nr. 5 h-moll]
    1. Allegro energico
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro assai
    1946
    30'
    symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, percussion, strings
    Fp: Stockholm Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, conductor Carl Garaguly; November 16, 1947, Stockholm
    FpEst: Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sergei Prokhorov; September 21, 1956, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    16 CD-s "Complete Telarc Recordings", Concord Bicycle Music (2017); Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paavo Järvi (CD 2)
    CD "Eduard Tubin and his time", ERP (2005); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, cond. P. Lilje, N. Järvi, P. Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 43 / Sibelius. Symphony no. 5 in B minor / Tubin”, Telarc (2002); Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paavo Järvi
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no 2; Symphony no 5 / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (1999), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Symphony no. 5; Suite from the ballet "Kratt" / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1985); Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Oriental Intermezzo [Orientaalne intermetso]
    Composed for a dance performance at the Vanemuine Theatre
    1942
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 3200, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: conductor Eduard Tubin; October 18, 1942, Vanemuine Theatre, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Prélude Solennel [Pidulik prelüüd]
    1940
    8'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4230, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; March 5, 1940, Estonian Radio
    CD „Prélude solennel; Suite on Estonian dances : for violin and orchestra ; Concerto for violin and orchestra / Eduard Tubin”, BIS (1985); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Sinfonietta on Estonian Motifs [Sümfoniett eesti motiividel]
    1. Allegro vivace e grazioso
    2. Largo
    3. Allegro molto moderato

    1940
    21'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 2210, 1, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; June 28, 1940, Estonian Radio
    CD „Sinfonietta on Estonian motifs ; Piano concertino ; Symphony no. 7 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Gothengurg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Toccata [Tokaata]
    1937/1939
    6'
    symphony orchestra: 1121, 2200, 1, harp, piano, strings (I version); 2222, 4220, percussion, harp, piano, strings (II version)
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Raimund Kull; March 7, 1937, Estonian Radio, Heino Eller's 50th birthday concert
    CD „Five nordic masters”, BIS (2004); Göteborgi Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no. 4: „Sinfonia lirica” ; Symphony no. 9 ; Toccata / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1986); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Valse triste [Kurb valss]
    Orchestration of "Valse triste" for piano (1937)
    1939
    4'
    symphony orchestra: 1121, 2100, 1, harp, strings
    Fp: Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eduard Tubin; March 4, 1939, Vanemuine Theatre, Tartu. Ballet performance with Elfriede Saarik
    CD „Double bass concerto ; Valse triste ; Ballade for violin and orchestra ; Violin concerto no. 2 ; Estonian dance suite / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Suite on Estonian Dances [Süit eesti tantsudest]
    1. Crossed Sticks Dance
    2. A Long Anglaise
    3. Setu Dance

    1938
    17'
    symphony orchestra: 1221, 2210, 1, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; September 26, 1939, Estonian Radio
    CD „Double bass concerto ; Valse triste ; Ballade for violin and orchestra ; Violin concerto no. 2 ; Estonian dance suite / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Prélude solennel; Suite on Estonian dances : for violin and orchestra ; Concerto for violin and orchestra / Eduard Tubin”, BIS (1985); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Symphony No. 2 in B minor „Legendary” [Sümfoonia nr. 2 h-moll „Legendaarne”]
    1. Legendaire. Molto allegro e agitato
    2. Sostenuto assai, grave e funebre
    3. Tempestuoso, ma non troppo allegro. Lento
    1937
    31'
    symphony orchestra: 3322, 4331, percussion, harp, piano, strings
    Fp: Radio Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; June 24, 1938, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „100 years of Estonian symphony”, Estonian Record Productions (2004); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peeter Lilje
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Symphony no 2; Symphony no 5 / Eduard Tubin”, Alba Records (1999), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Symphony no. 2; Symphony no. 6 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1985); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD "Eduard Tubin and his time", ERP (2005); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, cond. P. Lilje, N. Järvi, P. Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 1 in C minor [Sümfoonia nr. 1 c-moll]
    1. Adagio. Allegro feroce
    2. Allegretto moderato
    3. Sostenuto assai quasi largo e poco maestoso
    1934
    34'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4231, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; February 24, 1936, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Symphony no. 8; Symphony no. 1”, Alba Records (2002); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „The symphonies / Eduard Tubin”, BIS Records (2002); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Suite on Estonian Motifs [Süit eesti motiividel]
    1. Prelude
    2. Ostinato
    3. Inermezzo
    4. Finale

    1931
    25'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4231, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Theatre Estonia Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eduard Tubin; November 1, 1931, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Five nordic masters”, BIS (2004); Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Estonian Folk Dances [Eesti rahvatantsud]
    1. Anglaise
    2. Serf's Dance
    3. Bear's Dance

    1929
    5'
    symphony orchestra: 1121, 2210, percussion, harp, piano, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; November 3, 1939, Estonian Radio
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for string orchestra

  • Music for Strings [Muusika keelpillidele]
    written for Zelia Aumere and Luzern Chamber Orchestra
    1. Moderato
    2. Allegro
    3. Adagio

    1963
    15'
    string orchestra
    Fp: Luzern Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Zelia Aumere; June 22, 1963, Sofinger-Serenade auf Schloss Heidegg Hall, Sweden
    FpEst: Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; November 13, 1963, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Concertino for piano and orchestra; Music for strings ; Concerto for flute and string orchestra / Eduard Tubin”, Warner (2002); Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, conductor Juha Kangas
    CD „The Heino Eller school”, Finlandia Records (1998); Keski-Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, conductor Juha Kangas
    CD „Symphony no. 1 in C minor ; Balalaika concerto ; Music for strings / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Elegy [Eleegia]
    Kaljo Raid's arrangement (1990) of the ensemble piece of the same title (1946)
    1946
    3'
    string orchestra
    Fp: Tallinn Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jüri Gerretz; June 21, 1990, Tallinn Guild Hall
    CD „Eduard Tubin and his time”, Estonian Record Productions (2005); Tallinn String Quartet
    CD „Unfinished symphony no. 11; Elegy for strings / Eduard Tubin. Stockholm symphony (No. 2) / Kaljo Raid”, Koch (1995); Estonian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Music by Estonian exiles / Arvo Volmer conducts The Estonian State Symphony Orchestra”, [S.n.] (1994); Estonian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer

Works for wind orchestra

  • Suite from the ballet „The Goblin” [Süit balletist „Kratt”]
    Peeter Saan's arrangement of the piece of the same title (1961)
    1. Long Dance
    2. Interlude
    3. Dance of the Exorcists
    4. The Goat
    5. The Cock
    6. Dance of the Northern Lights
    wind orchestra
    CD „Symphonic dances”, Eesti Kaitseväe Orkester (1999); Orchestra of Estonian Defence Forces, conductor Peeter Saan

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT(S) AND ORCHESTRA

Works for flute and orchestra

  • Concerto for Flute [Flöödikontsert]
    Charles Coleman's orchestration (1995) of the Flute Sonata (1979)
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Vivace
    3. Larghetto
    1979
    22'
    flute, string orchestra
    CD „Concertino for piano and orchestra; Music for strings ; Concerto for flute and string orchestra / Eduard Tubin”, Warner (2002); Maarika Järvi (flute), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Kristjan Järvi

Works for violin and orchestra

  • Suite on Estonian Dance Tunes [Süit eesti tantsuviisidest]
    version of the ensemble piece of the same title
    1. Old Waltz
    2. Sheperd’s Horn Piece
    3. The Kantele Player
    4. Goathorn Pieces
    1943/1974
    17'
    violin, symphony orchestra: 3332, 3000, percussion, celesta, harp, strings
    Fp: Alfred Pisuke (violin), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kjell Ingebretsen; September 22, 1975, Swedish Radio
    FpEst: Jaak Sepp (violin), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer; March 22, 1990, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor [Viiulikontsert nr. 2 g-moll]
    Composed for Zelia Aumere
    1. Andante
    2. Allegro, marciale vivace
    3. Adagio quasi recit.

    1945/1949
    27'
    violin, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4200, 1, harp, strings
    Fp: Zelia Aumere (violin), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tor Mann; March 5, 1948, Swedsih Radio
    FpEst: Lemmo Erendi (violin), Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; March 16, 1972, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „In memoriam / Lepo Sumera”, Eesti Raadio (1998); Zelia Aumere-Uhke (violin), The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gunnar Staern
    CD „Double bass concerto ; Valse triste ; Ballade for violin and orchestra ; Violin concerto no. 2 ; Estonian dance suite / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Gustavo Garcia (violin), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    CD „Prélude solennel; Suite on Estonian dances : for violin and orchestra ; Concerto for violin and orchestra / Eduard Tubin”, BIS (1985); Mark Lubotsky (violin), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major [Viiulikontsert nr. 1 D-duur]
    for Evald Turgan
    1. Allegro, ma molto moderato
    2. Andante sostenuto
    3. Allegro vivace, quasi presto

    1942
    30'
    violin, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4331, 1, harp, strings
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eduard Tubin; October 3, 1942, Vanemuine Concert Hall
    CD "Eduard Tubin and his time", ERP (2005); Xiang Gao, violin, U. Vulp, violin, String Quartet of St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society, Tallinn String Quartet, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, cond. P. Lilje, N. Järvi, P. Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Ballade [Ballaad]
    1939
    8'
    violin, symphony orchestra: 2223, 2200, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Rudolf Palm (violin), Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; April 9, 1940, Estonian Radio
    CD „Double bass concerto ; Valse triste ; Ballade for violin and orchestra ; Violin concerto no. 2 ; Estonian dance suite / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Gustavo Garcia (violin), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

Works for double bass and orchestra

  • Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra [Kontrabassikontsert]
    1. Allegro con moto
    2. Andante sostenuto (attacca)
    3. Allegro non troppo, poco marciale (attacca)

    1948
    18'
    double bass, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4331, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: Manuel Verdeguer (double bass), Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, conductor Olav Roots; April 5, 1957, Bogotá
    FpEst: Aare Suss (double bass), Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; January 16, 1969, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD "Contrabassissimo!", ERR (2012); Mati Lukk (double bass), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Toomas Vavilov
    CD „Ludvig Juht - legend: mälestusplaat Ludvig Juhti elutööst”, K. Olt (2007); Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
    CD „Arctic double bass”, Oulun Konservatorio (2000)
    CD „Double bass concerto ; Valse triste ; Ballade for violin and orchestra ; Violin concerto no. 2 ; Estonian dance suite / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Håkan Ehrén (double bass), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for piano and orchestra

  • Concertino for Piano and Orchestra in E flat major [Klaverikontsertiino Es-duur]
    1. Allegro vivace
    2. Lento, sostenuto e tranquillo (attacca)
    3. Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo (attacca)

    1944-1945
    23'
    piano, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4331, 1 strings
    Fp: Olav Roots (piano), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tor Mann; October 16, 1945, Stockholm, Swedish Radio
    FpEst: Ada Jõgi (piano), Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; June 17, 1965, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Olav Roots
    CD „Concertino for piano and orchestra; Music for strings ; Concerto for flute and string orchestra / Eduard Tubin”, Warner (2002); Lauri Väinmaa (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Estonian piano concertos”, Finlandia Records (1997); Lauri Väinmaa (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer
    CD „Sinfonietta on Estonian motifs ; Piano concertino ; Symphony no. 7 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Roland Pöntinen (piano), Gothengurg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for other instrument and orchestra

  • Concerto for Balalaika and Orchestra [Balalaikakontsert]
    1. Andante ma rubato
    2. Andante sostenuto e serioso
    3. Allegro giocoso

    1964
    20'
    balalaika, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4330, percussion, strings
    Fp: Nicolaus Zwetnow (balalaika), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sixten Eckerberg; January 5, 1965, Swedish Radio
    Commissioned by: Nicolaus Zwetnow
    CD „Symphony no. 1 in C minor ; Balalaika concerto ; Music for strings / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Emanuil Sheynkman (balalaika), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Edition Suecia
    Manuscript

WORKS FOR ENSEMBLE

Duos

  • Sonata for Flute [Flöödisonaat]
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Vivace
    3. Larghetto
    1979
    22'
    flute, piano
    Fp: Liis Jaanivald (flute), Mart Lille (piano); July 6, 1980, Stockholm, Royal Swedish Academy of Music Grand Hall
    FpEst: Samuel Saulus (flute), Lille Randma (piano); July 20, 1980, Tallinn Teachers House
    CD „Sisemonoloog: eesti heliloojate flöödimuusikat”, P. Malkov (1999); Peeter Malkov (flute), Lille Randma (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Violin Sonata No. 2 (in Phrygian Key) [Viiulisonaat nr. 2 (Früügia laadis)]
    1. Allegro
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro risoluto
    1949/1976
    22'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Zelia Aumere (violin), Olav Roots (piano); April 2, 1949, Stockholm Concert Hall
    FpEst: Vladimir Alumäe (violin), Heljo Sepp (piano); December 16, 1959, Estonian Energy Hall
    Commissioned by: Zelia Aumere
    CD "Works for violin & piano", ERP (2010); Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „An altered landscape”, Eesti Raadio (1998); Ulrika Kristian (violin), Marje Lohuaru (piano)
    CD „Chamber and choral music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1994); Roland Pöntinen (piano), Nils-Erik Sparf (violin)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Capriccio No. 1
    1937/1971
    4'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Olav Roots (piano); March 4, 1938, Estonian Radio
    CD "Works for violin & piano", ERP (2010); Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „Vladimir Alumäe, viiul”, Eesti Raadio (1997); Vladimir Alumäe (violin), Vaike Vahi (piano)
    CD „Estonian violin music”, Eres (1997); Urmas Vulp (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Violin Sonata No. 1 [Viiulisonaat nr. 1]
    1. Moderato (attacca)
    2. Quasi presto, misterioso (attacca)
    3. Grave, lento. Ostinato, marciale
    1934-1936/1968-1969
    17'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Olav Roots (piano); December 12, 1936, Tartu State University (version I). Alfred Pisuke (violin), Ragnar Dahl (piano); June 21, 1971, Swedsih Radio (version II)
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Viola Sonata [Vioolasonaat]
    1. Allegro molto moderato
    2. Allegro vivace
    3. Largo
    1965
    18'
    viola, piano
    Fp: Raimund Sepp (viola), Eugen Kelder (piano); October 20, 1965, Estonian Radio
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Petra Vahle (viola), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Cock’s Dance from the ballet „The Goblin” [Kuke tants balletist „Kratt”]
    1941/1958
    2'
    violin, piano
    FpEst: Alfred Pisuke (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano); September 29, 1989, Tallinn Town Hall
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Pastoral [Pastoraal]
    1956
    4'
    viola or violin or cello, organ
    FpEst: Urmas Vulp (violin), Rolf Uusväli (organ); October 31, 1985, Suure-Jaani, Johannese Church
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Concerto for Cello and Orchestra [Tšellokontsert]
    unfinished, only piano score of the 1st movement
    1. Recitativo
    1955
    cello, piano
    Fp: Leho Karin (cello), Piret Hurt (piano); September 7, 1985, Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn
    CD „Estonian cello”, Bella Musica (2008); Teet Järvi (cello), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Suite on Estonian Dance Tunes [Süit eesti tantsuviisidest]
    1. Old Waltz
    2. Sheperd’s Horn Piece
    3. The Kantele Player
    4. Goathorn Pieces
    1943/1952
    17'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Jüri Mandre (piano); October 2, 1943, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    CD "Works for violin & piano", ERP (2010); Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Körlings Förlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag (Nos. 1-3), Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag (No. 4)
    Manuscript
  • Sonata for Altosaxophone [Altsaksofonisonaat]
    version of the Sonata for Altosaxophone
    1. Allegro (attacca)
    2. Adagio (attacca)
    3. Allegro vivace
    1951
    14'
    viola, piano
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Petra Vahle (vioola), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
  • Sonata for Altosaxophone [Altsaksofonisonaat]
    1. Allegro (attacca)
    2. Adagio (attacca)
    3. Allegro vivace
    1951
    14'
    altosaxophone, piano
    Fp: Jules de Vries (saxophone), Martin Keil (piano); September 22, 1951, Uppsala, Sweden
    CD „Chamber and choral music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1994); Pekka Savijoki (saxophone), Roland Pöntinen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Troubadour’s Song from the 13th Century [Trubaduuri laul 13. sajandist]
    1951
    4'
    cello, piano
    Fp: Gustav Tohver (cello), Olav Roots (piano); April 1, 1951, Stockholm, Konserthuset
    CD „Estonian cello”, Bella Musica (2008); Teet Järvi (cello), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Capriccio No. 2
    1945
    5'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Zelia Aumere (violin), Olav Roots (piano); September 25, 1945, Stockholm Concert Hall
    FpEst: Alfred Pisuke (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano); September 23, 1989, Tartu University Hall
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Prelude [Prelüüd]
    1944
    5'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Zelia Aumere (violin), Olav Roots (piano); December 17, 1944, Stockholm
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Körlings Förlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Ballade [Ballaad]
    1939
    8'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Leo Tauts (piano); December 2, 1939, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    CD "Works for violin & piano", ERP (2010); Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Meditation [Meditatsioon]
    1938
    5'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Wilhem Tilting (piano); January 29, 1939, Tartu State University
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „Eduard Tubin and his time”, Estonian Record Productions (2005); Vardo Rumessen (piano), Urmas Vulp (violin)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Three Pieces [Kolm pala]
    1. Sostenuto
    2. Dolcissimo
    3. Allegro marciale
    1934
    7'
    violin, piano
    Fp: Evald Turgan (violin), Olav Roots (piano); May 10, 1933, Tartu (Nos.1, 3), the whole piece December 28, 1933, Paris, Musicians Society
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin), Marko Martin (piano)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin), Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

Quartets

  • Elegy [Eleegia]
    In memoriam of Olav Roots’s wife Karola
    1946
    3'
    2 violins, 2 cellos
    Fp: Zelia Aumere (violin), Valdekor Kangro (violin), Jānis Ozolins (cello), Kaljo Raid (cello); May 21, 1946, Stockholm
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Piano Quartet in C sharp minor [Klaverikvartett cis-moll]
    1929-1930
    15'
    piano, violin, viola, cello
    Fp: Olav Roots (piano), Boris Murshak (violin), Ferdinand Arand (viola), Mendel Slatkin (cello); May 11, 1930, Tartu Higher Music School
    CD „Northern lights sonata: piano works / Eduard Tubin”, Rahvusvaheline Eduard Tubina Ühing (2007); Vardo Rumessen (piano), Lev Klõtškov (violin), Andrei Dogadin (viola), Sergei Tšernjadjev (cello)
    CD „Eduard Tubin and his time”, Estonian Record Productions (2005); Vardo Rumessen (piano), String Quartet of St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society
    CD „Chamber music from Estonia”, BIS (1993); Tallinn String Quartet, Love Derwinger (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

String quartets

  • String Quartet on Estonian Folk Instrumental Pieces [Keelpillikvartett „Eesti pillilood”]
    Dedicated to Estonian Student Society
    1. Allegro ma non troppo, ma energico
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro vivace
    4. Fuga: Allegro molto moderato, ma energico
    1979
    20'
    string quartet
    Fp: Alfred Pisuke (violin), Heino Vadi (violin), Jaan Adre (viola), Åke Olofsson (cello); April 12, 1980, Stockholm, Wenner-Gren Center
    FpEst: Mati Kärmas (violin), Mart Traksmann (violin), Paul Purga (viola), Toomas Tummeleht (cello); September 16, 1980, Estonian TV
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Elegy [Eleegia]
    Tallinn String Quartet's arrangement (1985) of the piece with the same name (1946)
    1946
    3'
    string quartet
    Fp: Tallinn String Quartet (Urmas Vulp, Toomas Nestor, Andrus Järvi, Teet Järvi); September 8, 1985, Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn
    CD „Eduard Tubin and his time”, Estonian Record Productions (2005); Tallinn String Quartet
    CD „Estonian miniatures”, FG Classics (1993); Tallinn String Quartet
    CD „Chamber music from Estonia”, BIS (1993); Tallinn String Quartet

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT

Works for violin

  • Suite on Estonian Dance Pieces [Süit eesti tantsulugudest]
    1. Bagpipe Piece
    2. Night Herdsman
    3. Slow Waltz
    4. Horn Piece
    5. Serf’s Dance
    1979
    13'
    violin
    Fp: Zelia Aumere; February 24, 1980, Stockholm Concert Hall, Sweden, celbration of the 62th anniversary of the Estonian Republic
    FpEst: Jaak Sepp; February 27, 1980, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Zelia Aumere
    CD "Works for violin & piano. Vol II", Estonian Record Productions (2012). Sigrid Kuulmann (violin)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Sonata for Violin Solo [Sonaat sooloviiulile]
    1962
    11'
    violin
    Fp: Bronislaw Eichenholz; March 11, 1963, Stockholm Museum of Modern Art
    FpEst: Vladimir Alumäe; September 15, 1963, Pärnu
    Commissioned by: Zelia Aumere
    CD "Works for violin & piano", ERP (2010); Sigrid Kuulmann (violin)
    CD „The complete music for violin, viola and piano / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1992); Arvo Leibur (violin)
    Publisher: Edition Suecia

Works for piano

  • Variations on an Estonian Folk Tune [Variatsioonid eesti rahvaviisile]
    1945/1981
    8'
    piano
    Fp: Olav Roots; January 19, 1946, Stockholm (version I). Vardo Rumessen; April 25, 1981, Tallinn (version II)
    CD „Northern lights sonata: piano works / Eduard Tubin”, Rahvusvaheline Eduard Tubina Ühing (2007); Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • A Little March with Variations [Väike marss variatsioonidega]
    Composed for the composer's five-year-old granddaughter, Rana
    1978
    4'
    piano
    Fp: Rana Tubin; May 21, 1978, Stockholm
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Seven Preludes [Seitse prelüüdi]
    1. Moderato sostenuto
    2. Allegro moderato
    3. Allegro molto vivace
    4. Lento moderato
    5. Estonian Tune
    6. Valse molto lente
    7. Chaconne
    1976
    13'
    piano
    Fp: Vardo Rumessen; February 8, 1977, Tallinn, Composers' Union
    CD „Estonian preludes: complete preludes by Mart Saar and Eduard Tubin”, Finlandia Records (2003); Vardo Rumessen
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Suite on Estonian Sheperd Melodies [Süit eesti karjaseviisidest]
    1. Sheperd’s Lullaby
    2. Herd, Move On!
    3. Song of Rain
    4. Yodelings
    5. Graze, Herd!
    6. Herd Flocking Home
    7. Shepherd’s Evening Song
    1959
    14'
    piano
    Fp: Olav Roots; February 21, 1960, Stockholm Konserthuset
    FpEst: Laine Mets, January 5, 1969, Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn
    CD „Mängib Laine Mets”, Eesti Raadio (2006); Laine Mets
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Piano Sonata No. 2 „Northern Lights” [Klaverisonaat nr. 2 „Virmaliste sonaat”]
    1. Rubato e agitato
    2. Andante. Variatsioonid lapi rahvaviisidele
    3. Allegro
    1950
    25'
    piano
    Fp: Olav Roots; March 26, 1951, Stockholm Kunserthuset
    FpEst: Laine Mets; April 21, 1967, EStonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Northern lights sonata: piano works / Eduard Tubin”, Rahvusvaheline Eduard Tubina Ühing (2007); Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Prelude [Prelüüd]
    1949
    2'
    piano
    Fp: Vardo Rumessne; June 20, 1990, Tallinn
    CD „Estonian preludes: complete preludes by Mart Saar and Eduard Tubin”, Finlandia Records (2003); Vardo Rumessen
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Four Folk Songs from My Native Country [Neli rahvaviisi minu kodumaalt]
    1. Waltz with Variations
    2. Sower’s Song
    3. Kantele Polka
    4. Ritual Dance
    1947
    16'
    piano
    Fp: Käbi Laretei; November 2, 1947, Eskilstuna
    FpEst: Evi Ross; March 24, 1962, Estonia Concert Hall
    CD „Klassikaraadio Comes to Visit!“, ERR (2015); Auli Lonks (piano) (Only Waltz with Variations)
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Ballade on a Theme by Mart Saar [Ballaad Mart Saare teemale]
    1945
    11'
    piano
    Fp: Olav Roots; June 6, 1945, Stockholm
    FpEst: Bruno Lukk; September 18, 1946, Viljandi
    CD "Estonian piano music", Estonian Piano Teachers' Society (2009); Bruno Lukk (piano)
    CD „Northern lights sonata: piano works / Eduard Tubin”, Rahvusvaheline Eduard Tubina Ühing (2007); Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    CD „Eduard Tubin and his time”, Estonian Record Productions (2005); Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    CD „Bruno Lukk – klaver”, Eesti Klaveriõpetajate Ühing (1999); Bruno Lukk (piano)
    CD „Chamber and choral music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1994); Roland Pöntinen (piano)
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen (piano)
    Publisher: Körling Förlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Piano Sonatina in D minor [Klaverisonatiin d-moll]
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Andante sostenuto, quasi largo
    3. Presto
    1941/1943
    19'
    piano
    Fp: Olav Roots; December 14, 1943, Vanemuine Concert Hall
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Körling Musikförlag/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Three Estonian Folk Dances [Kolm eesti rahvatantsu]
    1. Train Dance
    2. Waltz from Hiiu
    3. Saaremaa Flat Foot
    1938?
    5'
    piano
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Prelude in D Major [Prelüüd D-duur]
    1937
    1'
    piano
    CD „Estonian preludes: complete preludes by Mart Saar and Eduard Tubin”, Finlandia Records (2003); Vardo Rumessen
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Valse triste [Kurb valss]
    1937
    piano
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • A Little Fairy Tale [Muinasjutuke]
    1935?
    piano
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Three Preludes [Kolm prelüüdi]
    1. Prelude No. 1. Moderato sostenuto, espressivo
    2. Prelude No. 2. A Moment. On Estonian Motif. Andante
    3. Prelude No. 3. A Moment. Marciale sostenuto

    1934-1935
    4'
    piano
    Fp: Olav Roots; December 11, 1935, Estonia Concert Hall (2 preludes)
    CD „Estonian preludes: complete preludes by Mart Saar and Eduard Tubin”, Finlandia Records (2003); Vardo Rumessen
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Sarcasm [Sarkasm]
    1930?
    piano
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • 10 Preludes [10 prelüüdi]
    1. Con calmo
    2. Moderato sostenuto, espressivo
    3. Andante (Estonian tune)
    4. Moderato sostenuto
    5. Allegretto moderato
    6. Allegro molto vivace
    7. Lento moderato
    8. Estonian tune
    9. Valse molto lente
    10. Chaconne

    1928-1976
    piano
    Manuscript
  • A Sonnet [Sonett]
    1928?
    piano
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Epilogue [Epiloog]
    1928?
    piano
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Piano Sonata No. 1 in E Major [Klaverisonaat nr. 1 E-duur]
    1. Sonata-allegro. Moderato con espressione
    2. Scherzo. Presto
    3. Andante mesto, con passione
    4. Finale. Allegro fuocoso  
    1928
    30'
    piano
    Fp: Marko Martin (piano); September 27, 2012, Tartu City Museum
    CD "Northern Lights Sonata. Piano Works", International Eduard Tubin Society (2007); Vardo Rumessen (piano) (only Sonata-allegro)
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Fugue in C minor [Fuuga c-moll]
    1927
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Prelude in F minor [Prelüüd f-moll]
    Moderato, con espressione
    1927-1928
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Two Preludes [Kaks prelüüdi]
    1. Lento espressivo (← No. 2 in the cycle “10 Preludes” for piano, 1928-1976)
    2. Sostenuto, andante
    (← No. 3 in the cycle “10 Preludes” for piano, 1928-1976)
    1927–1928
    3'
    piano
    CD „Estonian preludes: complete preludes by Mart Saar and Eduard Tubin”, Finlandia Records (2003); Vardo Rumessen
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Album Page [Albumileht]
    Dedicated to Rudolf Keiss (1899-1953)
    1926
    4'
    piano
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Lullaby [Hällilaul]
    Dedicated to Rudolf Keiss (1899-1953)
    1925
    3'
    piano
    Fp: Vardo Rumessen; June 29, 1981, Stockholm, Royal Swedish Academy of Music
    FpEst: Vardo Rumessen; January 3, 1983, Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • A Sonnet (con calma)
    piano
    Manuscript
  • A Sonnet (lento)
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Doll´s Dance [Nukutants]
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Flight of the Butterfly [Liblika lend]
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Fugue No. 9 in B minor [Fuuga nr. 9 h-moll]
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Sad Dance [Nukker tants]
    piano
    Manuscript
  • Shrove Ride [Vastlasõit]
    piano
    Manuscript

VOCAL AND CHORAL MUSIC

Works for mixed choir and orchestra

  • Inauguration Cantata (Vihikiäiskantaati)
    cantata
    4 movements
    1958
    21'
    baritone, narrator, mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 2220, 4231, percussion, strings
    Text: Otto Toivo Lyy (in Finnish)
    Fp: Lauri Lahtinen (baritone), Ilkka Kaakinen (reciter), Jyväskylä University Choir, Jyväskylä Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tauno Hannikainen; May 30, 1959, Jyväskylä University
    FpEst: Tarmo Sild (baritone), Vello Mäeots (reciter), Estonian Radio and TV Choir, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peeter Lilje; May 12, 1990, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Commissioned by: Jyväskylä University for its 25th anniversary
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for male choir and orchestra

  • Two Islanders [Kaks saarlast]
    ballade, version of the choral song of the same title (1958)
    1962
    5'
    male choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4331, percussion, strings
    Text: Betti Alver
    Fp: Male Choir of Academy of Sciences, Estonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Järvi; April 14, 1962, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for mixed choir and instrument(s)

  • Wedding from the opera „Barbara von Tisenhusen” [„Pulmad” ooperist „Barbara von Tisenhusen”]
    1968
    mixed choir, piano
  • Ave Maria
    1952/1964
    5'
    mixed choir, organ
    Text: Missale Romanum
    Fp: Mixed Choir of Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church in Stockholm, conductor Harri Kiisk, Bedřich Janáček (organ);May 6, 1964, Stockholm
    CD „Ave Maria. Vol. 2”, Ave Sol (1997); Riga Chamber Choir Ave Sol, conductor Imants Kokars
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Song of Snow [Laul lumest]
    1952
    7'
    mixed choir, piano
    Text: Henrik Visnapuu
    Fp: Youth Mixed Choir of Estonian Young Men's Christian Association, conductor Olav Roots, Juta Kippasto (piano); April 1, 1952, Stockholm Konserthuset
    CD „Life under the Northern sky”, Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli Kammerkoor (2006); Siim Selis (piano), Chamber Choir of the Tallinn Technical University, conductor Peeter Perens
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

Works for female choir and instrument(s)

  • Soloist and Choir of Japanese Women [Solist ja jaapanlannade koor]
    193?
    soloist, female choir, piano
    Text: ?
    Manuscript
  • Night Herdsmen’s Chorus from the ballet „The Goblin” [Õitsiliste koor balletist „Kratt”]
    3'
    female choir, piano
    Text: Erika Tubin

Works for male choir and instrument(s)

  • Requiem for Fallen Soldiers [Reekviem langenud sõduritele]
    1. Be Hailed, Be Hailed
    2. A Soldier's Funeral
    3. Soldier's Mother
    4. Lilac, Lilac
    5. Be Hailed, Be Hailed

    1950/1979
    34'
    alto, male choir, trumpet, percussion, timpani, organ
    Text: Marie Under, Henrik Visnapuu
    Fp: Stockholm Estonian Men's Choir, Ileana Peterson (alto), MArk Falsjö (organ), conductor Eduard Tubin; May 17, 1981, Stockholm
    FpEst: Estonian National Male Choir, Urve Tauts (alto), Ines Maidre (organ), conductor Kuno Areng; May 4, 1989, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcast (2011); Estonian National Male Choir, Academic Male Choir of the Tallinn University of Technology, Anto Õnnis (drum), Piret Aidulo (organ), Vambola Krigul (timpani), conductor Neeme Järvi (Part II)
    CD "The parson of Reigi : opera in six scenes / Eduard Tubin“, Ondine (1992); Urve Tauts, (mezzo soprano), Talevaldis Deksnis (organ), Urmas Leiten (trumpet), Rein Tiido (timpani), Rein Roos (percussion), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Eri Klas
    CD „Requiem for fallen soldiers ; Symphony no. 10 / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1987); Kerstin Lundin (alto), Roland Rydell (baritone), Helmut Sitar, Peter Wallin, (percussion), Håkan Hardenberger (trumpet), Janåke Larson (organ), Lund’s Student Choral Society, conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Song of Warriors Retreating [Taganejate sõdurite laul]
    1967
    11'
    male choir, piano
    Text: Uku Masing
    Fp: Stockholm Estonian Male Choir, Hilma Nerep-Mossin (piano), conductor Lembit Leetmaa; November 30, 1974, Stockholm Konserthuset
    Commissioned by: Stockholm Estonian Male Choir
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „Chamber and choral music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1994); Lund’s Student Choral Society, Janåke Larson (piano), conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Two Islanders [Kaks saarlast]
    ballade
    1958
    5'
    male choir, piano
    Text: Betti Alver
    Fp: Stockholm Estonian Male Choir, Hilma Nerep (piano), conductor Lembit Leetmaa; November 29, 1959, Stockholm Konserthuset
    FpEst: Estonian National Male Choir, Tarsina Alango (piano), conductor Gustav Ernsesaks; January 16, 1961, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „60 aastat Tehnikaülikooli Akadeemilist Meeskoori”, Tehnikaülikooli Akadeemiline Meeskoor (2007); Mare Orgse (piano), Technical University Academic Male Choir, conductor Ants Üleoja
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcast (2011); Estonian National Male Choir, Põldma, Aleksander Sarapuu, Mati Valdaru (soloists), Andres Paas (piano), conductor Ants Soots
    CD „Songs through the years”, Tartu meeskoor Gaudeamus (2001); Tartu Male Choir Gaudeamus, conductor Valve Lepik, T. Usk (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Ave Maria
    1952
    4'
    male choir, organ
    Text: Missale Romanum
    Fp: Stockholm Estonian Men's Choir, conductor Eduard Tubin, Harri Kiisk (organ); January 24, 1953, Stockholm
    FpEst: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Kuno Areng, Hardo Kriisa (organ); January 14, 1967, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Juhatab Kuno Areng”, Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia Meeskoor (2004); Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Kuno Areng
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „Küll ma laulaks”, Eesti Raadio (1997); Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „Chamber and choral music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1994); Lund’s Student Choral Society, Janåke Larson (organ), conductor Neeme Järvi
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for voice(s) and orchestra

  • Ylermi
    ballade, version of the solo song of the same title
    1977
    baritone, symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, 1, strings
    Text: Eino Leino (in Estonian)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Wooing Songs [Kosjasõidulaulud]
    version of the song of the same title (1975)
    1. Feeding the Suitor's Horse
    2. Suitor at the Well
    3. Dirty Woman
    4. Dull Maiden
    5. Suitors from the Heath

    1975
    baritone, symphony orchestra: 3332, 4331, percussion, strings
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Avo Kittask (baritone), Theatre Estonia Symphony Orchestra, conductor Taavo Virkhaus; June 18, 1990, Estonia Concert Hall
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Three Songs to Poems by Marie Under [Kolm laulu Marie Underi sõnadele]
    version of the song cycle of the same title (1943)
    1. Waiting for Happiness
    2. Hearth
    3. Angel with Birds
    1943
    soprano, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4000, 1, harp, strings
    Text: Marie Under
    Fp: Helmi Aren (soprano), Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eduard Tubin; October 21, 1943, Vanemuine Concert Hall
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Autumn Sun [Sügise päikene]
    1939
    3'
    soprano, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2000, strings
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    CD „Estonian National Opera 100. 7”, Estonian Record Productions (2006); Liidia Aadre (soprano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Dreng’s Song on a Glacier [Drengi laul jääliustikul]
    1935
    baritone, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4200, 1, harp, strings
    Text: Johannes Vilhelm Jensen, translated by Karl Freiberg (in Estonian)
    Fp: Arno Niitof (baritone), Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eduard Tubin; February 10, 1935, Estonia Concert Hall
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

Works for voice(s) and piano

  • Wedding Song [Pulmas]
    Composed for Kalju Lepik's 60th birthday
    1980
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: Kalju Lepik
    Fp: Mikko Pulkkinen (tenor), Harri Kiisk (piano); October 18, 1980, Stockholm, Estonian House
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Ylermi
    ballade
    1935/1978
    8'
    baritone, piano
    Text: Eino Leino (in Estonian)
    Fp: Arno Niitof (baritone), Olav Roots (piano); December 11, 1935, Estonia Concert Hall
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Wooing Songs [Kosjasõidulaulud]
    1. Feeding the Suitor's Horse
    2. Suitor at the Well
    3. Dirty Woman
    4. Dull Maiden
    5. Suitors from the Heath

    1975
    18'
    voice, piano
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Avo Kittask (baritone), Tiina Mitt-Kreem (piano); July 9, 1984, Toronto
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Three Songs to Poems by Karl Ristikivi [Kolm laulu Karl Ristikivi tekstile]
    1. What Is Behind the Manor's Forest
    2. The Instruments Play, the Moon is on the Water
    3. Wondrous, Soft, Grey

    1972
    6'
    voice, piano
    Text: Karl Ristikivi
    Fp: Lehti Aug (soprano), Harri Kiisk (piano); October 1, 1972, Stockholm, Estonian House
    Commissioned by: Eesti Kultuurikoondis for Karl Ristikivi's 60th birthday
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • In the Skies [Kesk laotusi]
    1927/1965
    4'
    voice, piano
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Lehti Aug (sopran), Harri Kiisk (piano); April 25, 1965, Stockholm Konserthuset (version II)
    FpEst: Maaja Rumessen (soprano), Vardo Rumessen (piano); November 26, 1985, Tartu (version II)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Three Songs to Poems by Kalju Lepik [Kolm laulu Kalju Lepiku tekstile]
    1. Why Was this Ringing Cast into a Bell...
    2. I Looked inte the Rustle of Your Wings...
    3. In a High and Narrow Window...

    1961
    7'
    voice, piano
    Text: Kalju Lepik
    Fp: Naan Põld (tenor), Karl Bergemann (piano); October 19, 1961, Gothenburg
    CD "Estonian Vocal Music From The 20th Century", ARM Music (2002); Villu Valdmaa (baritone), Martti Raide (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Vision [Nägemus]
    1959
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: Kalju Lepik
    Fp: Lehti Aug (soprano), Harri Kiisk (piano); June 4, 1959, Stockholm Konserthuset
    FpEst: Mare Jõgeva (soprano), Vardo Rumessen (piano); February 23, 1988, Tallinn, Writers' House
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • A Snow Flake [Lumehelbeke]
    II version
    1949
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Epilogue [Epiloog]
    1944
    4'
    voice, piano
    Text: Kersti Merilaas
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Summer Night [Suvine öö]
    1944
    3'
    voice, piano
    Text: Henrik Visnapuu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Three Songs to Poems by Marie Under [Kolm laulu Marie Underi sõnadele]
    1. Waiting for Happiness
    2. Hearth
    3. Angel with Birds
    1943
    soprano, piano
    Text: Marie Under
    Fp: Helmi Aren (soprano), Olav Roots (piano); December 14, 1943, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    An Angel with Birds: CD "Å tie ville være galt...", J. Lutsoja (2010); Kerti Ala-Murr (soprano), Jaak Lutsoja (accordion)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Nursing the Baby [Ole mu lapse lallitaja]
    1942
    voice, piano
    Text: Karl Eduard Sööt
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Yearning [Igatsus]
    1941
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Arno Niitof (baritone), Olav Roots (piano);: May 26, 1941, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    CD „Estonian Songs”, Forte (1996); Naan Põld (tenor)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Lullaby [Hällilaul]
    1939
    3'
    voice, piano
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Arno Niitof (baritone), Leo Tauts (piano); Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • The Sky is Blue and White [Taevas on valge ja sinine]
    1934
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: "Kanteletar", translated by August Annist (in Estonian)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Cuckoo of Love [Armu kägu]
    1932
    voice, piano
    Text: "Kanteletar", translated by August Annist (in Estonian)
    Fp: Arno Niitof (baritone), Olav Roots (piano), May 15, 1933, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Resignation [Resignatsioon]
    1932?
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: Eino Leino (in Estonian)
    Fp: Greta Milk-Barrot (soprano), Leonid Milk (piano);February 10, 1932, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • A Snow-Flake [Lumehelbeke]
    I version
    1928?
    voice, piano
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Two Songs to Poems by Juhan Liiv [Kaks laulu Juhan Liivi tekstile]
    1. Autumn Sun
    2. Rosy Apple-Blossom
    1928
    4'
    voice, piano
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    Fp: Linda Pirn (soprano), Olav Roots (piano); May 11, 1930, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Dreng’s Song on a Glacier [Drengi laul jääliustikul]
    1927
    3'
    voice, piano
    Text: Johannes Vilhelm Jensen, translated by Karl Freiberg (in Estonian)
    Fp: Arno Niitof (baritone), Olav Roots (piano); November 1, 1933, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Grey Song [Hall laul]
    1926
    voice, piano
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Alice Kopli-Wiegandt (soprano); April 24, 1926, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Serenade [Serenaad]
    1926
    voice, piano
    Text: Eino Leino (in Estonian)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Sing to Me [Laula mulle]
    1926?
    voice, piano
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Two Songs to Poems by Villem Grünthal-Ridala [Kaks laulu Villem Grünthal-Ridala tekstile]
    1. On a Sandy Dune
    2. Your Gentle Hand
    1926
    voice, piano
    Text: Villem Grünthal-Ridala
    Your Gentle Hand: CD „Estonian vocal music from the 20th century”, ARM Music (2002); Villu Valdmaa (bariton), Martti Raide (piano)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • In the Evening [Õhtul]
    1925
    voice, piano
    Text: Karl Eduard Sööt
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • The Young Love [Noor armastus]
    192?
    2'
    voice, piano
    Text: Gustav Suits
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Prelude [Prelüüd]
    voice, piano
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Manuscript

Works for voice(s) and other instrument(s)

  • Resist! [Pea vastu!]
    Incidental music for the poem by Henrik Visnapuu on Karl August Hermann's choral song Remembering Homeland
    1953
    narrator, organ
    Text: Henrik Visnapuu
    Fp: Speaking chorus, Harri Kiisk (organ); February 22, 1953, Stockholm Konserthuset
    FpEst: Tõnis Rätsep (reciter), Ines Maidre (organ); February 24, 1989, Estonia Concert Hall

Works for mixed choir a cappella

  • All the Winds [Kõik tuuled]
    1939/1975
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • How Gloomy for How Long Is Your Land [Kui tume veel kauaks]
    1958/1975
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Evening Song [Õhtulaul]
    1955
    3'
    mixed choir
    Text: Friedrich Kuhlbars
    FpEst: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste; September 13, 1995, Tallinn Dome Church
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • First Letter to Ing [Esimene kiri Ingile]
    1950
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Henrik Visnapuu
    Fp: Youth Mixed Choir of Estonian Young Men's Christian Association, conductor Olav Roots; June 10, 1950, Stockholm
    FpEst: Tallinn Chamber Choir, conductor Kuno Areng; June 22, 1969, Tallinn, Art Institute Hall
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcast (2011); Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste
    CD „Areng”, Forte (2002); Tallinn Chamber Choir, conductor Kuno Areng
    CD „Review of the Estonian choral music”, Eesti Laulu-ja Tantsupeo Sihtasutus (2002); Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste

    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Midsummer Bonfire Song [Jaaniko laul]
    1935
    mixed choir
    Text: folklore
    Manuscript
  • Lullaby [Hällilaul]
    1933
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Mixed choir of Music Department of Vanemuine Theatre, conductor Eduard Tubin; February 17, 1933, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Yearning [Igatsus]
    1930/1932
    2'
    mixed choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Tartu University Mixed Choir, conductor Voldemar Kliimand; March 31, 1939, Tartu University
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcast (2011); Estonian Radio Mixed Choir, conductor Toomas Kapten
    CD "Maailmasuurune leek", Tartu University Chamber Choir (2008); Tartu University Chamber Choir, conductor Triin Koch
    CD „Life under the Northern sky”, Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli Kammerkoor (2006); Chamber Choir of the Tallinn Technical University, conductor Peeter Perens
    CD “Siin põhjataeva all”, Eesti Raadio (1996); Estonian Radio Mixed Choir, conductor Toomas Kapten
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Shepherd's Song [Karjase laul]
    1927/1931
    mixed choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Mixed choir of Music Department of Vanemuine Theatre, conductor Eduard Tubin; December 11, 1931, Vanemuine Concert Hall
    CD „Life under the Northern sky”, Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli Kammerkoor (2006); Chamber Choir of the Tallinn Technical University, conductor Peeter Perens
    CD “Siin põhjataeva all”, Eesti Raadio (1996); Estonian Radio Mixed Choir, conductor Toomas Kapten
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

Works for female choir a cappella

  • Evening Song [Õhtulaul]
    1955/1970
    3'
    female choir
    Text: Friedrich Kulhbars
    Fp: Stockholm Estonian Female Choir, conductor Hilma Nerep-Mossin; April 17, 1971, Stockholm Konserthuset
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Old Maid’s Songs [Vanapiiga laulud]
    Composed on Estonian folk tunes
    3 songs
    1969
    6'
    female choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Female Choir of Estonian Academy of Sciences, conductor Arvo Ratassepp; January 21, 1970, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • All the Winds [Kõik tuuled]
    1939/1955?
    2'
    female choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    FpEst: Academic Female Choir of Tallinn Polytechnical Institute, conductor Alma Tamm; May 22, 1971, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag

Works for male choir a cappella

  • Song [Laul]
    1978
    2'
    male choir
    Text: Karl Eduard Sööt
    Fp: Male choirs, conductor Rein Tubin; July 12, 1980, Stockholm, Älvsjö, ESTO festival
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • From Sõmera to Sõrmiku [Sõmeralt Sõrmikule]
    1958
    2'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Male Choir of Estonian Young Men's Association, conductor Eduard Tubin; January 6, 1959, Stockholm Konserthuset
    FpEst: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Gustav Ernesaks; November 11, 1964, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „60 aastat Tehnikaülikooli Akadeemilist Meeskoori”, Tehnikaülikooli Akadeemiline Meeskoor (2007); Technical University Academic Male Choir, conductor Harald Uibo
    CD „Best of Estonian song festivals”, Forte (2005); Estonian State Academic Male Choir, conductor Gustav Erneskas
    CD „Kui päikene värve...”, EKE Inseneride Meeskoor (2001); EKE Engineer’s Male Choir, conductor Ants Üleoja
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „125 years of Estonian song festivals”, Forte (1994)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • How Gloomy for How Long Is Your Land [Kui tume veel kauaks]
    1958
    2'
    male choir
    Text: Juhan Liiv
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Shepherd’s Sunday [Karjase pühapäev]
    1957
    3'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Uno Järvela; July 7, 1957, Uulu People's House
    CD „...südames sügaval. Juhatab Uno Järvela“, Eesti Kooriühing (2016); State Academic Male Choir, conductor Uno Järvela
    CD „Gustav Ernesaks ja tema aeg”, Forte (1998); Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Gustav Ernesaks
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Dance from Muhu [Muhu tants]
    1955
    1'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Male Choir of Estonian Young Men's Christian Association, conductor Eduard Tubin; December 3, 1955, Stockholm Konserthuset
    FpEst: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Uno Järvela; February 10, 1958, Tallinn 2nd Secondary School
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcast (2011); Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „Review of the Estonian choral music”, Eesti Laulu-ja Tantsupeo Sihtasutus (2002); Eesti Rahvusmeeskoor, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „From a thousand gales (1950-2000)”, Toronto Eesti Meeskoor (1999); Toronto Estonian Male Choir, conductor Charles Kipper
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Evening Song [Õhtulaul]
    1955
    3'
    male choir
    Text: Friedrich Kuhlbars
    Fp: Male Choir of Estonian Young Men's Christain Association, conductor Eduard Tubin; december 3, 1955, Stockholm Konserthuset
    CD "Review of the Estonian Choral Music", Estonian Choral Association, Estonian Public Broadcast (2011); Academic Male Choir of Tallinn University of Technology, conductor Peeter Perens
    CD „60 aastat Tehnikaülikooli Akadeemilist Meeskoori”, Tehnikaülikooli Akadeemiline Meeskoor (2007); Technical University Academic Male Choir, conductor Peeter Perens
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • I See My Homeland from Afar [Kaugel näen kodumaad]
    1954
    2'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Male choirs, conductor Eduard Tubin; June 26, 1954, Stockholm, II Estonian Song Festival in Sweden
    FpEst: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; November 8, 1991, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Midsummer Bonfire Song [Jaanitule laul]
    1942
    2'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Choir of Tartu Men's Choral Society, conductor Eduard Tubin; April 29, 1942, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • All the Winds [Kõik tuuled]
    1939
    2'
    male choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Wanderer’s Evening Song [Rändaja õhtulaul]
    1938
    4'
    male choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; November 23, 1998, Riga
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Yearning [Igatsus]
    1930
    2'
    male choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Shepherd’s Song [Karjase laul]
    1927
    2'
    male choir
    Text: folklore
    Fp: Choir of Tartu Men's Choral Society, conductor Eduard Tubin; October 26, 1928, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tallinn
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    CD „Juhatab Ants Üleoja”, EMLS (2006); Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Üleoja
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Resignation [Resignatsioon]
    193?
    male choir
    Text: Eino Leino (in Estonian)
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Song of the Young Eagle [Noore kotka laul]
    193?
    3'
    male choir
    Text: Ernst Enno
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; March 10, 1999, Vanemuine Concert Hall
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Sower’s Prayer [Külvipalve]
    193?
    3'
    male choir
    Text: „Kanteletar” II part, transalted by August Anni (in Estonian)
    Fp: Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots; June 16, 2000, Tallinn St. John's Church
    CD „Complete male choir songs / Eduard Tubin”, Forte (1998), Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Ants Soots
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Went to Visit [Lätsi küllä]
    male choir
    Manuscript

MUSIC FOR CHILDREN

Songs for children

  • Two Christmas Songs [Kaks jõululaulu]
    1. Christmas Song
    2. Christmas Ride
    1939
    2 voices
    Text: Kersti Merilaas
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

Instrumental works for children

  • Three Children Pieces [Kolm lastepala]
    1. Shrovetide Ride
    2. Doll’s Dance
    3. The Flight of a Butterfly
    1935
    2'
    piano
    CD „The complete piano music / Eduard Tubin”, Grammofon AB BIS (1988); Vardo Rumessen
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag

INCIDENTAL MUSIC

Music to plays

  • Music for August Mälk’s play "Lost Sun" [Muusika August Mälgu näidendile "Kadunud päike"]
    1. Prologue
    2. Allegretto
    3. Andante
    4. Moderato
    5. Allegretto
    6. Moderato
    7. Moderato, marciale
    8. Battle. Allegro

    1943
    soprano, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4330, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: November 20, 1943, Theatre Vanemuine, Tartu. Directed by Aldred Mering, dirigent Eduard Tubin
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Music for Christian Dietrich Grabbe’s play "Hannibal" [Muusika Christian Dietrich Grabbe näidendile "Hannibal"]
    1943
    male choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4231, percussion, harp, strings
    Fp: February 18, 1943, Tallinn, Little Theatre. Directed by Enn Toona, conductor Linda Saul
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Music for Eino Leino’s play "Simo Hurt" [Muusika Eino Leino näidendile "Simo Hurt"]
    1. Introduction and ballad about Simo Hurt. Rubato, poco allegro
    2. Allegro
    3. Sykkö´s song and coming of Affleck. Molto sostenuto
    4. Ballad "Wedding in Hovila". Allegro marciale
    5. Molto sostenuto e poco maestoso
    6. Lento
    7. Ballad "God´s reward". Tempestoso
    8. Marciale
    9. Pale woman. Andante
    10. Party in Hovila
    11. Mantsi´s song. Moderato


    1939
    baritone, tenor, symphony orchestra: 1120, 2110, percussion, piano, strings
    Fp: February 16, 1939, Theatre Vanemuine, Tartu. Directed by Kaarli Aluoja, conductor Eduard Tubin
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript
  • Music for play "1905"
    after the drama "Truth and Justice" 3rd part by Anton Hansen Tammsaare
    1. Prelude. Sostenuto quasi funébre
    2. Marselaise
    3. Allegro
    4. Allegro
    5. Mourning train. Funebre
    6. Allegro
    7.-8. Sostenuto
    9. Maestoso

    1936
    symphony orchestra: 1121, 2110, percussion, piano, strings
    Fp: September 3, 1936, Theatre Vanemuine, Tartu. Directed by Kaarli Aluoja, conductor Eduard Tubin
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
    Manuscript

ORCHESTRATIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS

  • Psalm 42 „Gleich wie der Hirsch” [Otsekui hirv]
    an arrangement of Rudolf Tobias's song for mixed choir and organ (1904)
    1969?
    male choir, organ
    Text: Psalm No. 42
  • Blessed Is the Man [Õnnis on inimene]
    an arrangement of Cyrillus Kreek’s choral song of the same name
    1963
    male choir
    Text: Psalm 1: 1a, 6; Psalm 2: 11, 12b; Psalm 3: 8a
  • Psalm 104 [Taaveti laul nr. 104]
    an arrangement of Cyrillus Kreek’s mixed choir song
    1963
    male choir
    Text: Psalm No. 104: 1, 24
  • Psalm 141 [Taaveti laul nr. 141]
    an arrangement of Cyrillus Kreek’s mixed choir song
    1963
    male choir
    Text: Psalm No. 141: 1, 2, 1b
  • Sleep, Sleep, Matsikene [Maga, maga Matsikene]
    an arrangement of Cyrillus Kreek’s mixed choir song
    1960
    male choir
    Text: folklore
  • Know Ye Not [Eks teie tea]
    an arrangement of Rudolf Tobias's piece of the same title for male choir and organ
    1958
    5'
    mixed choir, symphony orchestra: 2222, 4030, 1, strings
    Fp: Estonian choirs, Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Robert Heinmets (organ), conductor Harri Kiisk; February 23, 1958, Stockholm Concert House, concert dedicated to the 40th anniversary of Estonian Republic
    FpEst: Estonian Radio and TV Mixed Choir, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arvo Volmer; October 29, 1989, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • A Little Suite „In Spring” [Väike süit „Kevadel”]
    1. A Little Song of Spring
    2. Waltz
    3. A Song Without Words
    4. Minuet

    an arrangement of Rudolf Tobias’ piano piece
    1939
    symphony orchestra: 1121, 2210, 1, piano, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; August 29, 1939, Estonian Radio
    Manuscript
  • A Night Piece [Ööpala]
    an arrangement of the 3rd movement of String Quartet No. 2 by Rudolf Tobias’s
    1939
    7'
    string orchestra
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; October 20, 1939, Estonian Radio
    Publisher: Nordiska Musikförlaget/Gehrmans Musikförlag
  • Walpurgis Burlesque [Walpurgi burlesk]
    an arrangement of Rudolf Tobias’ piano piece
    1939
    5'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 4200, 1+1, harp, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; October 20, 1939, Estonian Radio
    Distributer: Publication from 1980 is available in EMIC Music Shop
    Manuscript
  • Prelude and Fugue in D minor (Rudolf Tobias)
    an arrangement of Rudolf Tobias’ organ piece
    1938
    7'
    symphony orchestra: 2222, 2210, 1, strings
    Fp: Estonian Broadcasting Company's Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olav Roots; December 26, 1938, Estonia Concert Hall
    Manuscript
  • Young Blacksmiths [Noored sepad]
    Arrangement of Rudolf Tobias's song for mixed choir (1905)
    1932?
    male choir
    Text: Gustav Suits
  • In the Evening [Õhtul]
    Arrangement of Mart Saar's solo song (1925)
    196?
    mixed choir
    Text: Ado Grenzstein
  • On My Beloved Country Lane [Meil aia-äärne tänavas]
    an arrangement of Cyrillus Kreek’s song
    196?
    Text: Lydia Koidula
  • Twisted Spruce [Kõver kuuseke]
    an arrangement of Mart Saar’s mixed choir song
    193?
    male choir
    Text: Eduard Wöhrmann
  • Symphonic Poem "Hashisch" (Sergei Lyapunov)
    Arrangement by Eduard Tubin after Sergei Lyapunov´s piece
    piano
    Manuscript