Miina Härma (February 9, 1864 – November 16, 1941) was a widely-recognised composer and one of the greatest contributors to the music of Estonia. She was Estonia's second musician with higher education. Her greatest contribution is perhaps the fact that she took organ music to the countryside, as virtually no skilled organists gave concerts outside of towns. During her 60-year period of creativity, she wrote more than 200 choral songs, 10 cavatinas, a canto, "Kalev and Linda" and much more. Most of her works were forms of vocal music, rather than instrumentals.