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Date & Time of broadcast: Sunday, March 21, 2004 at 22:05 to 24:00 hours Eastern Standard Time
Date of recording: Sunday, February 29, 2004 at 19:30 hours North American Eastern Standard Time
Radio Station: CBC Radio Two (for internet radio select from Real Player, Windows Media Player or Apple Quicktime audiostream links from CBC Radio Two at this page)
Radio program name and announcer: Two New Hours with Larry Lake
Premiere or event: Canadian Voices - Professional Canadian Choirs at 50, R. Murray Schafer at 70.
Performers: Elmer Iseler Singers/Lydia Adams, Elora Festival Singers/Noel Edison, Pro Coro Canada/Richard Sparks, Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montréal/Christopher Jackson, Tafelmusik Chamber Choir/Ivars Taurins, Vancouver Chamber Choir/Jon Washburn, Canadian Children's Opera Chorus/Ann Cooper Gay; Ray Dillard, Robin Engelman, Beverley Johnston, Andy Morris, Ryan Scott, Trevor Tureski:percussion; / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: Included interview with R. Murray Schafer
Location: Barbara Frum Atrium, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, Canada.
Works on the programme: Knut Nystedt: Miserere Op.14; R. Murray Schafer: The Fall into Light (World Premiere)


Date & time of broadcast: Sunday, March 7, 2004 at 8:05 to 10:00 hours Eastern Standard Time
Date of recording: Sunday, February 29, 2004 at 7:30pm North American Eastern Standard Time
Radio Station: CBC Radio Two (for internet radio select from Real Player, Windows Media Player or Apple Quicktime audiostream links from CBC Radio Two at this page)
Radio program name and announcer: Choral Concert with Howard Dyck
Premiere or event: Canadian Voices - Professional Canadian Choirs at 50, R. Murray Schafer at 70. Performers: Elmer Iseler Singers/Lydia Adams, Elora Festival Singers/Noel Edison, Pro Coro Canada/Richard Sparks, Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montréal/Christopher Jackson, Tafelmusik Chamber Choir/Ivars Taurins, Vancouver Chamber Choir/Jon Washburn, Canadian Children's Opera Chorus/Ann Cooper Gay; Ray Dillard, Robin Engelman, Beverley Johnston, Andy Morris, Ryan Scott, Trevor Tureski:percussion; / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Barbara Frum Atrium, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, Canada.
Works on the programme: Knut Nystedt: Miserere Op.14; R. Murray Schafer: The Fall into Light (World Premiere)


Date of broadcast: Saturday, March 6, 2004 at 16:20 to 16:35 hours Swedish Time (10:20 to 10:35 Eastern Standard Time) (this is a link to the Swedish language March 6, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2) NOTE: TIMES ARE FROM THE SWEDISH RADIO PAGES AS LISTED AT THE TIME OF POSTING. IN THE CASE OF SOME BROADCASTS THESE CAN BE APPROXIMATE, SO LISTENERS ARE ADVISED TO ALLOW AT LEAST 5 MINUTES LEEWAY IN ORDER TO BE SURE TO CATCH BROADCASTS.
Date of recording: 1995
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Radiokören sjunger
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of Swedish Radio Choir concert excerpt
Performers: Annika Eliasson-Frick, soprano on Vallrop / Swedish Radio Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Berwaldhallen, Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Einojuhani Rautavaara: Canticum Mariae virginis; Veljo Tormis: Vallrop

Date of broadcast: Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 12:05 to 12:50 hours Swedish Time (6:05 to 6:50 hours Eastern Standard Time) (this is a link to the Swedish language February 25, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2) NOTE: TIMES ARE FROM THE SWEDISH RADIO PAGES AS LISTED AT THE TIME OF POSTING. IN THE CASE OF SOME BROADCASTS THESE CAN BE APPROXIMATE, SO LISTENERS ARE ADVISED TO ALLOW AT LEAST 5 MINUTES LEEWAY IN ORDER TO BE SURE TO CATCH BROADCASTS.
Date of recording: 1996
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Radiokören sjunger Ludwig van Beethoven
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of Swedish Radio Choir concert
Performers: Helena Olsson, soprano / Annika Hudak, alto / Leif Aruhn-Solén, tenor / Lage Wedin, bass / Swedish Radio Choir / Swedish Radio
Symphony Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Gustav Vasa kyrka, Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Ludwig van Beethoven: Messe C-Dur (Mass in C Major).


Date of broadcast: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 14:00 to 14:40 hours Estonian Time (expected to last approximately 40 minutes) Date of original filming and recording: not known
Television Station: Estonian Television
Television program name: Tormise Ring (The Tormis Ring)
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of the videofilm Tormise Ring (The Tormis Ring)
Performers
: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location
: Tallinn, Estonia
Works on the programme: unknown at this time


Date of broadcast: Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 15:35 to 16:00 hours Swedish Time (this is a link to the Swedish language February 15, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2)
Date of recording: not identified
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Paul Hindemith
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of Swedish Radio Choir concert excerpt
Performers: Swedish Radio Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Paul Hindemith: Apparebit repentina dies (1947).


Date of broadcast: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 at 12:05 to 12:50 hours Swedish Time (this is a link to the Swedish language February 11, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2)
Date of recording: 1994 concert recording
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Den svenska mässan av Johan Helmich Roman
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of 1994 Eric Ericson Chamber Choir concert recording
Performers: Christina Högman, soprano / Martina Dike, alto / Gunnar Birgersson, bass / Eric Ericson Chamber Choir / Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Stockholms spårvägsmäns musikkår, Berwaldhallen, Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Johan Helmich Roman: Den svenska mässan.


Date of broadcast: Wednesday, February 4, 2004 at 23:45 to 24:00 hours Swedish Time (this is a link to the Swedish language February 4, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2)
Date of recording: 2000 concert recording
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Arvo Pärt
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of 2000 Swedish Radio Choir concert excerpt
Performers: Björn Gäfvert and Bengt Tribukait, organ / Swedish Radio Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Gustav Vasa Kyrka, Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Arvo Part: Beatus Petronius; Statuit ei Dominus (Psaltaren 132).


Date of broadcast: Monday, February 2, 2004 at 23:15 to 23:30 hours Swedish Time (this is a link to the Swedish language February 2, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2)
Date of recording: 1997 concert recording
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Vasilij Titov
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of 1997 Swedish Radio Choir concert excerpt
Performers: Swedish Radio Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Högalidskyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Vasilij Titov: Glädje åt alla bedrövade, Ängeln ropade


Date & time of broadcast: Monday, February 2, 2004 at 20:30 Estonian Time to 21:10 Estonian Time. (this is a link to the Estonian language February 2, 2004 program schedule at Estonian Classical Radio)
Date of recording: 1997
Radio Station: Estonian Classical Radio (note: this is a Real Audio link to the broadcast stream of Estonian Classical Radio) or Estonian Classical Radio (note: this is a Windows Media Player link to the broadcast stream of Estonian Classical Radio)
Radio program name: Cyrillus Kreek - Reekviem
Premiere or event: Broadcast of an archival recording by Estonian Classical Radio of a work that is not otherwise available on a commercial recording by these artists
Performers
: Mati Turi (tenor) / Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir / Tallinn Chamber Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview
: unknown at this time
Location: specific details unknown at this time
Work on the programme: Cyrillus Kreek: Reekviem. (Uses Estonian translation of the standard Requiem as the text)


Date of broadcast: Sunday, February 1, 2004 at 15:55 hours Estonian Time (expected to last approximately 40 minutes)
Date of original filming and recording: August 27, 2003
Television Station: Estonian Television
Television program name and announcer: Muusikatund (Music Hour)
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of the videofilm Kaljuste and Vivaldi.
Performers: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir / Tallinn Chamber Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Works on the programme: Antonio Vivaldi: Kyrie RV 587 and Gloria RV 589 with soloists Kaia Urb (soprano), Vilve Hepner (soprano) and Iris Oja (alto)


Date & time of broadcast: Thursday, January 29, 2004 at 19:00 Estonian Time to 20:25 Estonian Time. (this is a link to the Estonian language January 29, 2004 program schedule at Estonian Classical Radio)
Date of recording: Thursday, January 29, 2004 (live broadcast)
Radio Station: Estonian Classical Radio (note: this is a Real Audio link to the broadcast stream of Estonian Classical Radio) or Estonian Classical Radio (note: this is a Windows Media Player link to the broadcast stream of Estonian Classical Radio)
Radio program name and announcer: Täna kontserdisaalis (Today In The Concert Hall) with announcer Kersti Inno
Premiere or event: World Premiere of new work by Erkki-Sven Tüür and Estonian Premieres of recent works by James MacMillan and Arvo Pärt
Performers:
Momo Kodama (piano on Lamentate) / Tallinn Chamber Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: The St. Nicholas Church Museum and Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonia.
Works on the programme: Arvo Pärt: Lamentate (Estonian premiere); Erkki-Sven Tüür: Aqua (World Premiere); James MacMillan: Í (A Meditation on Iona) (Estonian premiere)


Date & time of broadcast: Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 15:15 Estonian Time to 17:00 Estonian Time. (this is a link to the Estonian language January 27, 2004 program schedule at Estonian Classical Radio)
Date of recording: November 7, 2002
Radio Station: Estonian Classical Radio (note: this is a Real Audio link to the broadcast stream of Estonian Classical Radio) or Estonian Classical Radio (note: this is a Windows Media Player link to the broadcast stream of Estonian Classical Radio)
Radio program name and announcer: unknown at this time
Premiere or event: Closing concert of the Arvo Pärt Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark 2002 Performers:Danish Radio Choir / Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Danish Radio Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Works on the programme: Arvo Pärt: Ein Wallfahrtslied (for strings and male choir), Orient & Occident (for strings), Cecilia vergine romana (for choir and orchestra), Te Deum (for choir, strings, piano & tape)


Date of broadcast: Monday, January 26, 2004 at 23:25 to 23:40 hours Swedish Time (this is a link to the Swedish language January 26, 2004 program schedule at Swedish Radio P2)
Date of recording: 2000 concert recording
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Arvo Pärt - Sju Magnificat-antifoner
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of 2000 Swedish Radio Choir concert excerpt
Performers: Swedish Radio Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Gustaf Vasa Kyrka, Stockholm, Sweden
Works on the programme: Arvo Pärt: Sieben Magnificat-Antiphonen


Date & time of broadcast: Friday January 23, 2004 at 18:00 Norwegian Time to 19:30 Norwegian Time. (this is a link to the Norwegian language January 23, 2004 program schedule at NRK Alltid Klassisk Classical Radio)
Date of recording: January 23, 2004 (live broadcast)
Radio Station: Select from the NETTRADIO dropdown menu and use connection for Alltid-Klassisk (RECOMMENDED THAT YOU TEST THIS AHEAD OF TIME) Norwegian Radio NRK
Radio program name and announcer: På konsert med Kringkastingsorkestret with announcer Kristin Kverndokk
Premiere or event: Norwegian Concert
Performers: Håkan Hagegård: (baritone on 6 Monologue aus Jedermann) / Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra (Kringskastings Orkestret) / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: Pre-recorded interview with Tõnu Kaljuste will be broadcast during the interval
Location: Store Studio NRK, Oslo, Norway.
Works on the programme: Frank Martin: 6 Monologue aus Jedermann; Dmitri Shostakovich: Ballet Suite No. 1; Jacques Ibert: Divertissiment; Sergei Prokofiev: Lieutenant Kije Suite Op. 60


Date of broadcast: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 23:30 Swedish Time
Date of recording: 1994 concert recording
Radio Station: Swedish Radio P2 (Listen via the internet by clicking the Real Audio link at the top left of the page. Be sure to set the audiostream signal to P2)
Radio program name: Radiokören sjunger Brahms och Mendelssohn
Premiere or event: Rebroadcast of 1994 Swedish Radio Choir concert tour recording
Performers:
Swedish Radio Choir / Tõnu Kaljuste
Interview: unknown at this time
Location: Kulturcentret Lingotto, Turin, Italy
Works on the programme: Johannes Brahms: Drei Gesänge op. 42.; Felix Mendelssohn: Drei Gesänge