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The English-language Estonian Culture magazine is published twice a year by the Estonian Institute. Read the articles online at http://www.einst.ee/culture/

Click on ARCHIVE to read back issues, or go to http://www.einst.ee/culture/index2.html

The online version can be read either in English or Estonian. Go to the contents page of any one issue to switch between languages.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Journal of Baltic Writers in English are calling for submissions of high quality poetry, prose and photography from scholars and students of Baltic Studies. The language of publication is English. Preference is given to work in any of the following three categories:
1) Works by artists currently residing in one of the countries bordering the Baltic Sea;
2) Works by artists with cultural ties to one or more of the countries bordering the Baltic Sea;
3) Works touching on contemporary life in the Baltic Sea region. For more information contact D.J. McKinney, Managing Editor, Bee Museum Press, 12472 Lake Underhill Rd., #114, Orlando, FL 32828, email: BeeMuseum@cfl.rr.com


Siilikesed have arrived!

Ain Haas and Tereze Inveiss of Siilikesed playing Baltic bagpipes.
View the Hedgehogs webpage!
The Baltic ensemble Hedgehogs have 2 CDs for sale, with beautiful traditional Baltic instrumental music. This Estonian-Latvian Indianapolis-based folk ensemble consists of 8 members, playing kannels, kokles, Novgorod lyres, giga, accordion, bagpipes, and various wind and percussion instruments.

You can purchase this CD for $15, by contacting Ain Haas, e-mail ahaas@iupui.edu.

Listen to some excerpts below. If you have trouble playing these files, you can download Real Player here.

Siilikesed clip
Siilikesed clip


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