DVD-s from Estonian Song and Dance Celebration

Estonian television (ERR) has made 3 DVD-s from the celebration days.

1. Dance celebration DVD

2. Song celebration DVD first one

3. Song celebration DVD part two (on sale 20th July)

One DVD costs less than 10 dollars. To  order these DVD-s, please e-mail pood@err.ee. They have e-shop only in Estonian language, so it`s better to e-mail.

Good luck!


5 Responses to “DVD-s from Estonian Song and Dance Celebration”

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