5-' Esthonia and Latvia'
Mary Hamlin (soprano)
Maurice Hardy (violoncello)
Winifred Davey (pianoforte)
MARY HAMLIN Esthonia
Meie elu (Youth and Old Age) - arr. Tobias
Ules (Away) - arr. Aavik
Lauliku talveüksindus (Winter Loneliness) - Saar
Merel (The Sea) - arr. Saar
Orjalapse hallilaul (Berceuse) - arr. Adaiewsky
WINIFRED DAVEY Latvia Two Preludes (Nos. 9 and 4) - Janis Medins
MAURICE HARDY Esthonia Prelude - Hein Eller
Poeme d'amour (Love Poem) - H. Känd
MARY HAMLIN Latvia Aija, Cehrnin puhpas (Cradle song) - arr. Vitols
Glasts (Greetings) - J.Medins
Sikie pirkstini (Beautiful Fingers) - E. Melngaites
Jaunibai (To Youth) - E. Darzina
Mana mila (My Love) - L. Reinholdes
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