Eino Tamberg (27 May 1930 – 24 December 2010) was an Estonian composer. Tamberg was born in Tallinn. He studied music composition with Eugen Kapp at the Tallinn Conservatory, graduating in 1953. In Estonia he first became known with his song cycle Viis romanssi Sándor Petöfi luulele (1955) based on poetry by Sándor Petőfi, and with his Concerto Grosso (1956), for which he won a gold medal at an international music festival in Moscow. Tamberg was an important initiator of the anti-romantic composition movement of the late 1950s. His vision on music composition belonged to the so-called New Wave in Estonian music. He became more known outside Estonia from approximately 1960, writing music for a large variety of genres, but in particular music for theater, and symphonic music. He died in Tall

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  • Eino Tamberg (* 27. Mai 1930 in Tallinn; † 24. Dezember 2010 ebenda) war ein estnischer Komponist. Tamberg studierte am Konservatorium von Tallinn bei Eugen Kapp. Von 1953 bis 1959 war er Toningenieur beim Estnischen Radio, danach künstlerischer Berater des estnischen Komponistenverbandes. Seit 1968 wirkte er als Dozent und seit 1978 als Professor für Komposition an der Estnischen Musikakademie. 1974 wurde er Sekretär des estnischen Komponistenverbandes. Er gründete eine eigene Kompositionsschule, aus der Musiker wie Raimo Kangro, Peeter Vähi, Margo Kõlar, Toivo Tulev, Mari Vihmand und Mart Siimer hervorgingen. 1999 wurde er mit dem Staatlichen Estnischen Kulturpreis ausgezeichnet. (de)
  • Eino Tamberg (Tallinn, 27 de mayo de 1930 – ibídem, 24 de diciembre de 2010) fue un compositor estonio. (es)
  • Eino Tamberg, né le 27 mai 1930 à Tallinn (Estonie), où il est mort le 24 décembre 2010, est un compositeur estonien et professeur de composition musicale. (fr)
  • Eino Tamberg (Tallinn, 27 mei 1930 – aldaar, 24 december 2010) was een Estlands componist. (nl)
  • Eino Tamberg (Tallinn, 27 de maio de 1930 - 24 de dezembro de 2010) foi um compositor estoniano. (pt)
  • Eino Tamberg (27 May 1930 – 24 December 2010) was an Estonian composer. Tamberg was born in Tallinn. He studied music composition with Eugen Kapp at the Tallinn Conservatory, graduating in 1953. In Estonia he first became known with his song cycle Viis romanssi Sándor Petöfi luulele (1955) based on poetry by Sándor Petőfi, and with his Concerto Grosso (1956), for which he won a gold medal at an international music festival in Moscow. Tamberg was an important initiator of the anti-romantic composition movement of the late 1950s. His vision on music composition belonged to the so-called New Wave in Estonian music. He became more known outside Estonia from approximately 1960, writing music for a large variety of genres, but in particular music for theater, and symphonic music. He died in Tallinn. Tamberg was one of the most important representatives of neoclassicism in Estonian music, though his later works were more expressionistic in style. Since 1969 he was teaching at the Estonian Academy of Music, where he also held a professorship since 1983. For the 1997–1998 season he was composer-in-residence with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. (en)
  • Эйно Мартинович Тамберг (27 мая 1930, Таллин, Эстония — 24 декабря 2010, там же) — эстонский композитор, заслуженный деятель искусств Эстонской ССР (1960), народный артист Эстонской ССР (1975). (ru)
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  • Eino Tamberg (* 27. Mai 1930 in Tallinn; † 24. Dezember 2010 ebenda) war ein estnischer Komponist. Tamberg studierte am Konservatorium von Tallinn bei Eugen Kapp. Von 1953 bis 1959 war er Toningenieur beim Estnischen Radio, danach künstlerischer Berater des estnischen Komponistenverbandes. Seit 1968 wirkte er als Dozent und seit 1978 als Professor für Komposition an der Estnischen Musikakademie. 1974 wurde er Sekretär des estnischen Komponistenverbandes. Er gründete eine eigene Kompositionsschule, aus der Musiker wie Raimo Kangro, Peeter Vähi, Margo Kõlar, Toivo Tulev, Mari Vihmand und Mart Siimer hervorgingen. 1999 wurde er mit dem Staatlichen Estnischen Kulturpreis ausgezeichnet. (de)
  • Eino Tamberg (Tallinn, 27 de mayo de 1930 – ibídem, 24 de diciembre de 2010) fue un compositor estonio. (es)
  • Eino Tamberg, né le 27 mai 1930 à Tallinn (Estonie), où il est mort le 24 décembre 2010, est un compositeur estonien et professeur de composition musicale. (fr)
  • Eino Tamberg (Tallinn, 27 mei 1930 – aldaar, 24 december 2010) was een Estlands componist. (nl)
  • Eino Tamberg (Tallinn, 27 de maio de 1930 - 24 de dezembro de 2010) foi um compositor estoniano. (pt)
  • Эйно Мартинович Тамберг (27 мая 1930, Таллин, Эстония — 24 декабря 2010, там же) — эстонский композитор, заслуженный деятель искусств Эстонской ССР (1960), народный артист Эстонской ССР (1975). (ru)
  • Eino Tamberg (27 May 1930 – 24 December 2010) was an Estonian composer. Tamberg was born in Tallinn. He studied music composition with Eugen Kapp at the Tallinn Conservatory, graduating in 1953. In Estonia he first became known with his song cycle Viis romanssi Sándor Petöfi luulele (1955) based on poetry by Sándor Petőfi, and with his Concerto Grosso (1956), for which he won a gold medal at an international music festival in Moscow. Tamberg was an important initiator of the anti-romantic composition movement of the late 1950s. His vision on music composition belonged to the so-called New Wave in Estonian music. He became more known outside Estonia from approximately 1960, writing music for a large variety of genres, but in particular music for theater, and symphonic music. He died in Tall (en)
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  • Тамберг, Эйно Мартинович (ru)
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