Vidmantas Bartulis (*1954)
Two Vidalias for oboe, cello and piano (1996) 8' LMIPC 054
She Who Is Coming for cello, violin and piano (1982) 8' LMIPC 055
Nine Glimpses of Early Autumn for piano (1999) 6' LMIPC 056
Eduardas Balsys (1919-1984)
Concerto no. 2 for violin and symphony orchestra (1958) adapted for violin and piano by the author
Lithuanian Chamber Music: Complete Catalogue
Chamber music is traditionally considered beeing the strongest and most significant branch of Lithuanian music. Recent publication of the Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre "Lithuanian Chamber Music" for the first time makes an attempt to systematize information about the works, instrumentation, duration, publications and releases for chamber ensembles from piano trios up to the large mixed ensembles (10 and more performers), including pieces for accordion, organ, harpsichord, carillon, harp, guitar, percussion, and other instruments.
Lithuanian Modern Music: Past and Present
When did the development of Lithuanian modern music start? Who were the most daring and influential creative personalities in our music history? How does the century of Lithuanian modern music sound? "Litauische Moderne Musik: Vergangenheit und Gegenwart", written by Linas Paulauskis and recently published by the Centre, covers a century of the Lithuanian music history from the first forward-looking artistic personality, Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis, to the youngest generation of our time. The publication is supplemented with the contextual chronology of musical works as well as a CD including 22 music samples.