Gustav Ernesaks (Peningi, Harjumaa, December 12, 1908 - Tallinn, January 24, 1993) was an Estonian composer and a choir conductor.
He played an integral role in the Singing Revolution and was one of the father figures of the Estonian Song Festival tradition; one of his songs, set to Lydia Koidula's poem Mu isamaa on minu arm, became an unofficial national anthem during the years of Soviet occupation; ironically, he was also the composer of the Anthem of Estonian SSR used between… read more
|1||Mu isamaa on minu arm||55 listeners|
|2||Hakkame, mehed, minema||27 listeners|
|3||Päike vajus pärnapuule||19 listeners|
|5||Tartu valgel ööl||16 listeners|
|7||Sireli, kas mul õnne||12 listeners|
|8||Hakkame mehed minema||9 listeners|