List of works

WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA

WORKS FOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

2010

2′

symphony orchestra: 2222, 4230, 2, strings

Fp:

Estonian National Symphony Orchestra; November 11, 2011, Estonia Concert Hall

2010

16′

symphony orchestra: 3222, 2210, 1, strings

Fp:

The Portobello Orchestra, conductor Anthony Weeden; July 2, 2011, St. Clement’s Church, London

2007

13′

symphony orchestra: 2222, 2200, timpani, strings

2006

3′

symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, 1+2, strings

Fp: 2006, England

2005

15′

symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, 1+5, harp, strings

Fp: The Winsor and Meidenhead Symphony Orchestra; 2006, England

2003

2′

symphony orchestra: 2222, 4221, 1+2, harp, strings

Fp: 2003, Royal College of Music in London

2003

28′

symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, 1+1, harp, strings

Fp: Oulu Sinfonietta, conductor Mikk Murdvee; 2006, Olulu, Finland

2001

symphony orchestra: 3333, 4331, 1+5, harp, strings

1998

43′

symphony orchestra: 3222, 2221, 1+2, harp, strings

Fp: Tallinn Music High School Symphony Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten

1996

symphony orchestra: 2222, 4231, 1+2, harp, strings

1996

38′

symphony orchestra: 3223, 4231, 1+3, harp, strings

Fp: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra

1995

8′

symphony orchestra: 1111, 2210, 1+1, harp, strings

Fp:

Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten

unfinished

symphony orchestra: 4444, 8441, 2+4, 2 harps, strings

WORKS FOR CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

1. Allegro ma non troppo
2. Lento
3. Tempo di Menuetto
4. Allegro furioso

2000

13′

chamber orchestra: 1111, 1100, timpani, strings

Fp: Estonian Academy of Music Symphoniet Orchestra, conductor Toomas Kapten; October 20, 2000, Autumn Festival of Estonian Academy of Music

WORKS FOR STRING ORCHESTRA

2009

16′

string orchestra

2008

12′

string orchestra

Fp: The orchestra of international summer courses for string players in Haapsalu, conductor Mikk Murdvee; July 27, 2008, Haapsalu

2001

15′

string orchestra

Fp: England

1994

string orchestra

1993

string orchestra

Fp: Tallinn Music High School String Orchestra, conductor Toivo Peäske

string orchestra

Fp: Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Mikk Murdvee; January 24, 2008, Estonian Christian Pentecostal Church Toompea 3 Centre

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT(S) AND ORCHESTRA

 

  • Ullas Horn

Concerto for Horn and strings

2014

8′

  • Laudatio

version of the work for string septet

2011

11′

Violin, string orchestra

version of the work for cello and string orchestra

2009

viola, string orchestra

Fp:

Mikk Murdvee (viola, conductor), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, January 14, 2010, House of the Brotherhood of Blackheads

2008

9′

cello, string orchestra

Fp:

Per Nyström (cello), chamber orchestra Camerata Nordica, conductor Terje Tønnesen; August 9, 2009, Öland Island, Sweden

2000

2 cellos, chamber orchestra: 1111, 1100, timpani, strings

Fp: Silver Ainomäe, Marius Järvi, Tallinn Youth Orchestra, conductor Toivo Peäske

1994

violin, symphony orchestra

1994

18′

viola, symphony orchestra: 2222, 2200, timpani, strings

WORKS FOR ENSEMBLE

 

  • Dersim

2014

18′

violin, piano

 

  • Retrospect

2013

20′

violin, piano

 

2013

2′

violin, piano

 

2013

7′

2 cellos

2012

8′

cello, piano

Fp:

Samuli Peltonen (cello); 11.11.2012, Soome

Commissioned by: Samuli Peltonen

2011

11′

string sextet (string orchestra)

Fp:

Mihkel Kerem (violin), Daniel Bard (violin), Mikk Murdvee (viola), Pal Solbakk (viola), Per Nystrom (cello), Daniel Keane (cello), Anthony Williams (double bass), conductor Anthony Weeden; October 22, 2011, UK

2011

string quartet

2009

4′

violin, piano

Fp: Mikk Murdvee (violin), Reet Ruubel (piano); 2009

2009

17′

string quartet

2009

7′

flute, cello, piano

Fp: Reval Ensemble; June 20, 2009, Tallinn Town Hall

2008

16′

cello, piano

Fp: Per Nystöm (cello); 2009, Aurora Chamber Music Festival, Sweden

2007

25′

viola, piano

Fp: Yuval Gotlibovich (viola); 2009, Aurora Chamber Music Festival, Sweden

2006

clarinet, viola, piano

Fp: 2007, Aylesbury, England

1. Scherzo
2. Sonata
3. Polyphony

2006

21′

violin, piano

Fp:

Mikk Murdvee (violin), Sten Lassmann (piano); December 16, 2006; Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn

CD “Mihkel Kerem. Violin Sonatas”, Toccata Classics (2012). Mikk Murdvee (violin), Sten Lassmann (piano)

5 parts

2005

13′

violin, cello, piano

Fp:

piano trio Fratres: Mikk Murdvee (violin), Kristjan Saar (cello), Sten Lassmann (piano); May 14, 2005, Tallinn Town Hall

2004

15′

string quartet

Text: Kerem Quartet; 2005, Chichester, England

2004

30′

2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos

Fp:

The Chilingirian String Quartet, Arun Menon (viola), Niamh Molloy (cello); 2005, Royal College of Music in London

2004

8′

violin, viola, cello

Fp:

Kristina Kriit (violin) Toomas Nestor (viola), Aare Tammesalu (cello); April 16, 2007, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonian Music Days Festival

2004

violin, piano

Fp: Mari Kerem (violin); 2005

2004

flute, piano

1st Day
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day

2004

12′

alto saxophone, piano

Fp:

Ivo Lille (saxophone), Jorma Toots (piano); April 11, 2005, Estonian Music Days Festival

Commissioned by: Estonian Composers’ Union

2002

violin, organ

2002

7′

wind quintet

Fp: 2003, Royal College of Music in London

2002

string quartet

Fp: Kerem Quartet; July 7, 2002; Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn

2002

2 flutes, bassoon

2002

flute, oboe, bass clarinet

Fp: 2002, Royal College of Music in London

2002

violin, bassoon

Fp: Mirjam Kerem (violin), Andris Arnicans (bassoon)

obligatory piece at international competition Young Musician for young pianists, cellists and violinists

2001

violin, piano

2001

string quartet

obligatory piece at international competition Young Musician for young pianists, cellists and violinists

2001

violin, piano

2000

7′

vibraphone, bowed piano ensemble

Fp:

Vambola Krigul (vibraphone); April 28, 2000, Estonian Cademy of Music Chamber Hall, Estonian Music Days Festival

Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

2000

10′

horn, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, tuba

Fp:

Brass Academy, conductor Aavo Ots; October 19, 2000, Autumn Festival of Estonian Academy of Music

1999

tenore/soprano saxophone, harp

1. Largo
2. Allegro quasi allegretto e scherzando
3. Adagio molto quasi non movimento
4. Allegro vivace

1999

32′

string quartet

Fp: EMD string quartet: Maano Männi (violin), Terje Raidmets (violin), Heili Eespere (viola), Tõnu Jõesaar (cello); April 9, 2001, Estonian Academy of Music, Estonian Music Days Festival

Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

1997

4 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos

1997

2 violins, viola, cello, piano

1997

4 trombones

1997

4 cellos

1997

12′

wind quintet

Fp:

Neeme Punder (flute), Aleksander Hännikäinen (oboe), Toomas Vavilov (clarinet), Tarmo Velmet (bassoon), Kalmer Kiik (horn); April 28, 2000, Estonian Academy of Music, Estonian Music Days Festival

Commissioned by: Estonian Music Days Festival

1996

flute, violin, piano

1. Commodo
2. Presto
3. Grave

1996

17′

violin, piano

Fp:

Mihkel Kerem (violin), Hanna Heinmaa (piano)

CD “Mihkel Kerem. Violin Sonatas”, Toccata Classics (2012). Mikk Murdvee (violin), Sten Lassmann (piano)

1996

bassoon, violin, piano

Fp: Andris Arnicans (bassoon), Andra Arnicane (viola), Nora Luse (piano)

1996

xylophone, piano

1995

15′

string quartet

1. Prelude
2. Dance of Death
3. Nocturn
4. Scherzo
5. Epilogue
6. Postlude

1995

28′

string quartet

1995

flute, 2 violins, cello

1994

violin, cello

Fp: Mirjam Kerem (violin), Ivo Juul (cello)

1994

string quartet

1994

violin, piano

1994

violin, piano

1. Nocturne
2. Scherzo
3. Postlude

1994

25′

violin, piano

Fp:

Mirjam Kerem (violin), Riina Joller (piano); 1994

CD “Mihkel Kerem. Violin Sonatas”, Toccata Classics (2012). Mikk Murdvee (violin), Sten Lassmann (piano)

1993

2 violins

Fp: Mihkel Kerem, Mikk Murdvee; Finland

1993

string quartet

Fp: String Quartet of Vanemuine; Moscow

1993

violin, piano

1992

2 flutes

Fp: Sigrid Orusaar, Maie Maidre; 1993

1992

violin, piano

WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENT

 

 

2014

5’10”

cello

2014

2’35”

double bass

2014

4’20”

violin

2014

4’30”

viola

2014

7’40”

violin

2014

8′

key fiddle

2013

2’30”

violin

2013

2′

violin

2013

5′

violin

2013

13′

cello

2011

22′

piano

2008

10′

piano

Fp: Sten Lassmann; October 25, 2008, Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn

1. Introduction and March
2. Fantasy
3. Siciliana
4. Finale

2002

12′

violin

Fp:

Mikk Murdvee (violin)

CD “Mihkel Kerem. Violin Sonatas”, Toccata Classics (2012). Mikk Murdvee (violin)
CD „Association of Estonian Professional Musicians“, AEPM (2008). Mikk Murdvee

1997

cello

1996

piano

1996

piano

1996

piano

Fp: Arta Arnicane

1996

piano

Fp: Arta Arnicane

1996

piano

Fp: Arta Arnicane

1995

clarinet

Fp: Toomas Vavilov

1995

piano

Fp: Hanna Heinmaa

1995

piano

Fp: Hanna Heinmaa

1995

piano

Fp: Hanna Heinmaa

1994

piano

1994

piano

1994

piano

1994

violin

1993

1993

piano

1993

piano

1993

piano

1993

piano

1993

piano

1993

piano

1993

violin

1993

violin

1993

violin

1993

violin

1993

violin

1992

piano

Fp: Helin Kapten; 1992

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1991

piano

1987

piano

VOCAL AND CHORAL MUSIC

WORKS FOR VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)

2011

30′

male voice, cello

Text: on poems by Leonard Cohen (in English)

Commissioned by: Aura Chamber Music Festival

WORKS FOR CHOIR A CAPPELLA

Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter

2012

6’30

chamber choir

Text: Mihkel Kerem

Commissioned by: Torbjorn Westman and Cantores Calmarines

2011

3′

mixed choir

Text: Leonard Cohen (in English)

A movement from “The Seasons” for chamber choir (2012)

2010

2′

mixed choir

Fp:

Mixed Choir Cantores Calmarienses, conductor Torbjörn Westman; February 2011, Kalmar

 

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