Vytautas Bacevičius. Piano Works. Lithuanian Classical Series. – Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre, Vilnius, 2005, 72 p. (edited by Jurgis Karnavičius) Poem No.4, op.10; Premier mot, op.18; Capriccio, op.28; Meditation, op.29; Vision, op.30; Sonata No.2, op.37; Sixième mot, op.72
This collection of Vytautas Bacevičius' piano works comprises pieces written in various genres, of different length and purpose, displaying a wide range of musical vocabulary, rhythm of form and density of texture. They reveal the experiences of a virtuoso pianist and a musical thinker, and testify to consistency and integrity of his creative ideas. Compiled from the editions of composer's works in the U.S., mostly published under his supervision, this collection offers some additional performance remarks and suggestions.
Diapason 1 & 2: Selected Lithuanian Piano Works. – Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre, Vilnius, 2005 (edited by Birutė Vainiūnaitė) Diapason 1, 56 p.: Bronius Kutavičius, Three Metamorphoses; Feliksas Bajoras, Lament; Vytautas Barkauskas, Le poème du coeur; Vidmantas Bartulis, Rain of Golden Clouds, Mists; Alvidas Remesa, Stigmata Diapason 2, 72 p.: Antanas Jasenka, Field, ME.KA; Vytautas V. Barkauskas, Interludium; Algirdas Martinaitis, The Pool of Siloam; Julius Andrejevas, Fate; Dalia Kairaitytė, Impro-vision; Loreta Narvilaitė, Butterfly
A new collection of Lithuanian piano music features eleven pieces by thirteen Lithuanian composers representing all generations and a spectrum of creative styles and concepts. Both volumes include the most original and popular Lithuanian piano repertoire alongside with several more recent, less known opuses. The Lithuanian concert repertoire is chiefly associated with the pieces like Fate by Julius Andrejevas or Le poème du coeur by Vytautas Barkauskas. Rain of Golden Clouds and Mists by Vidmantas Bartulis, as well as the evocative The Pool of Siloam by Algirdas Martinaitis are the works of choice of the performers searching for an original and exclusive piano repertoire. The first volume includes works composed before 1990, while the second is comprised of compositions written over the last fifteen years. This new two-volume publication of the most illustrious and vibrant piano opuses by Lithuanian composers is a must for those who are looking for less known and less worn additions to their repertoire.
Stasys Vainiūnas. Piano Quintet No.2 (score and parts). Lithuanian Classical Series. – Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre, Vilnius, 2005, 89 p. (parts of two violins, viola and cello edited by the Lithuanian String Quartet; piano part edited by Birutė Vainiunaitė)
Stasys Vainiūnas. Piano Trio (score and parts). Lithuanian Classical Series. – Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre, Vilnius, 2005, 60 p. (violin and cello parts edited by Aleksandras Livontas; piano part edited by Birutė Vainiunaitė)
2nd International Competition of Student Chamber Ensembles and Accompanists. Selected Compositions by Lithuanian Composers (scores and parts). – Klaipėda University Press, 2005 Vytautas Barkauskas, Allegro brillante for two pianos; Anatolijus Šenderovas, Two Songs of Shulamith for cello and piano; Natalija Mudraja-Eager, The Seasons of Soul for trumpet and piano; Jurgis Juozapaitis, Moonlight for violin, cello and piano; Remigijus Šileika, Trio for flute, piano and percussion; Onutė Narbutaitė, Autumn Ritornello. Hommage à Fryderyk for violin, viola, cello and piano; Jonas Paulikas, Woodwind Quintet No. 2; Loreta Narvilaitė, Con variationi for brass quintet; Zigmas Virkšas, Horizon for violin, clarinet, viola, cello and piano; Audronė Žigaitytė, Flowers' Talks for voice and instruments, Ulijana for voice and piano
Let the Peoples Sing Vol. 3: An International Christmastide: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany. – Augsburg-Fortress Press, 2005, 88 p. (edited by Marian Dolan) Kristina Vasiliauskaitė, Christmas Psalm Refrains: Let the Heavens Rejoice, The Splendor of the Lord, Worship the Lord, All Kings Shall Bow Down; Vytautas Miškinis, Child of the Manger http://www.augsburgfortress.org/
Cantemus Choral Series (International Federation for Choral Music). – Earthsongs, 2005 Vytautas Miškinis, Kyrie eleison (from Missa brevis in G) http://www.earthsongsmus.com/