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Swinburne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Her compositional interests lie in the fusing of acoustic and electronic modes of expression
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Born: 1976

Graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music in 2000; she studied composition under Prof. Lepo Sumera and simultaneously furthered her knowledge of electronic music with Rauno Remme.
At present, Tally is engaged in post-graduate studies at EAoM, and she regularly hosts programs of contemporary music on Estonian Radio's Klassikaraadio channel.
Tally's compositional interests lie in the fusing of acoustic and electronic modes of expression as well as in uncommon instrumental configurations (kannel, accordion, didgeridoo, tanbur, etc

 

Estonian Radio selected Mirjam Tally's Swinburne to represent Estonia on the International Rostrum of Composers 2001.

 

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Selected works:

  • Struktuurid (Structures) for kannel, 1996

  • Mythos for kannel ensemble and electronics, 2000

  • Songs, e.g. Kaks vaadet merele, Närbumatu lumi (Two Views of the Sea, and Unfading Snow, setting to music the poems of, correspondingly, Artur Alliksaar and Tõnu Õnnepalu)

  • Tean, et taassünnin linnuna (I Know I'll Be Reborn as a Bird), 2001, for large ensemble

 

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