Suggested Sources for Erkki-Sven Tüür's recordings

Last update and links checked: December 13, 2000


Suggested Sources by CD label

  1. Ambitus Musikproduktion CDs?
  2. BIS Records CDs?
  3. Collins Classics CDs?
  4. ECM Records CDs?
  5. Erdenklang Musikverlag CDs?
  6. Eres Edition Musikverlag CDs?
  7. Finlandia Records CDs?
  8. Ondine CDs?
  9. Peeter Malkov CDs?
  10. Simax Classics CDs?
  11. Teldec CDs?
  12. Virgin Classics CDs?

Ambitus Musikproduktion CDs?

There are currently no known sources for the disc Reinbert Evers: Baltic Music for Guitar.

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BIS Records CDs?

Information on the distribution of the disc Tallinn String Quartet: Chamber Music from Estonia is available from www.bis.se. Check there under BIS Distributors for distribution information for your country.

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Collins Classics CDs?

The disc Duke Quartet: Baltic Elegy is no longer in print. It is recommended that you search in classical music stores that deal in cut-out/deleted discs and used CD stores in general.  

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ECM Records CDs?

The discs Crystallisatio and Flux can be purchased online direct from www.ecmrecords.com. ECM Records are also widely distributed (through Universal Music Group) and should be available in all major music stores with large jazz/classical music departments. They should also be available from many of the major online CD retailers such as www.amazon.com www.amazon.co.uk www.amazon.fr www.amazon.de www.borders.com www.cdnow.com www.cduniverse.com www.fnac.fr www.musicexpress.com  www.hbdirect.com www.hmv.com www.jpc.de www.towerrecords.com and www.virginmega.com. Note that the preceding list is alphabetical and no one store is necessarily to be preferred over another but obviously shipping costs would be lower for North American orders from the .com stores and Europeans may wish to order from .de(Germany),  .fr(France) or .uk(United Kingdom) stores. Note that the store www.musicexpress.com is actually in The Netherlands. Due to inconsistencies in the spelling of Tüür's last name (sometimes spelt Tuur, Tueuer or Tüür) it is probably easiest to simply use "Erkki-Sven" in the Search Engines of these on-line stores.

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Erdenklang Musikverlag CDs?

The disc Looking East - Electronic East is available from www.erdenklang.de.

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Eres Edition Musikverlag CDs?

The discs Estonian Organ Music and Estonian Organ Music 2 are available from www.eres-musik.de. Look under "Estonia Edition".

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Finlandia CDs?

The Finlandia CDs with Erkki-Sven Tüür's music (too numerous to list here) are widely distributed (they are part of the Warner Music conglomerate) and should be available in all major music stores with large classical music departments. They should also be available from many of the major online CD retailers such as www.amazon.com www.amazon.co.uk www.amazon.fr www.amazon.de www.borders.com www.cdnow.com www.cduniverse.com www.fnac.fr www.musicexpress.com  www.hbdirect.com www.hmv.com www.jpc.de www.towerrecords.com and www.virginmega.com. Note that the preceding list is alphabetical and no one store is necessarily to be preferred over another but obviously shipping costs would be lower for North American orders from the .com stores and Europeans may wish to order from .de(Germany),  .fr(France) or .uk(United Kingdom) stores. Note that the store www.musicexpress.com is actually in The Netherlands. Due to the large number of Finlandia CDs, it is likely that not all will be available or in print at any one store. Due to inconsistencies in the spelling of Tüür's last name (sometimes spelt Tuur, Tueuer or Tüür) it is probably easiest to simply use "Erkki-Sven" in the Search Engines of these on-line stores.

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Ondine CDs?

The disc Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra: Hommage à Sibelius is no longer in print. It is not listed in the catalogue at www.ondine.net. It is recommended that you search in classical music stores that deal in cut-out/deleted discs and used CD stores in general.  

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Peeter Malkov CDs?

Information on the distribution of the disc Peeter Malkov: Inner Monologue is available from Peeter Malkov via e-mail.

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Simax Classics CDs?

The disc 21 Marches for the 21st Century is available from www.amazon.co.uk. Just type "21 Marches for the 21st Century" into the All Products Search Engine.

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Teldec CDs?

The Teldec disc Gidon Kremer: From My Home is widely distributed (Teldec is part of the Warner Music conglomerate) and should be available in all major music stores with large classical music departments. Since this is a recital disc with several composers' works it will most likely be filed under Gidon Kremer's name in the Instrumentalist/Violinists Section of a large classical music department. This disc should also be available at many of the major online CD retailers such as www.amazon.com www.amazon.co.uk www.amazon.fr www.amazon.de www.borders.com www.cdnow.com www.cduniverse.com www.fnac.fr www.musicexpress.com  www.hbdirect.com www.hmv.com www.jpc.de www.towerrecords.com and www.virginmega.com. Note that the preceding list is alphabetical and no one store is necessarily to be preferred over another but obviously shipping costs would be lower for North American orders from the .com stores and Europeans may wish to order from .de(Germany),  .fr(France) or .uk(United Kingdom) stores. Note that the store www.musicexpress.com is actually in The Netherlands. Due to inconsistencies in the spelling of Tüür's last name (sometimes spelt Tuur, Tueuer or Tüür) it is probably easiest to simply use "Erkki-Sven" in the Search Engines of these on-line stores.

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Virgin Classics CDs?

The disc Paavo Järvi: Searching For Roots is widely distributed (Virgin Classics is part of the EMI Music conglomerate) and should be available in all major music stores with large classical music departments. Since this disc has the music of three different composers it may be filed under Pärt, Tubin or Tüür. This disc should also be available at many of the major online CD retailers such as www.amazon.com www.amazon.co.uk www.amazon.fr www.amazon.de www.borders.com www.cdnow.com www.cduniverse.com www.fnac.fr www.musicexpress.com  www.hbdirect.com www.hmv.com www.jpc.de www.towerrecords.com and www.virginmega.com. Note that the preceding list is alphabetical and no one store is necessarily to be preferred over another but obviously shipping costs would be lower for North American orders from the .com stores and Europeans may wish to order from .de(Germany),  .fr(France) or .uk(United Kingdom) stores. Note that the store www.musicexpress.com is actually in The Netherlands. Due to the large number of Finlandia CDs, it is likely that not all will be available or in print at any one store. Due to inconsistencies in the spelling of Tüür's last name (sometimes spelt Tuur, Tueuer or Tüür) it is probably easiest to simply use "Erkki-Sven" in the Search Engines of these on-line stores.

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