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Birutė Vainiūnaitė: Lithuanian Piano Music Vol.3
Juozas Tallat-Kelpša A Fairy Tale / Juozas Karosas Three Preludes / Antanas Račiūnas Ballade / Balys Dvarionas Mirage, Rondino-Humoresque, At the Old Belfry / Aleksandras Kačanauskas Two Preludes / Vytautas Barkauskas Mirror Op.91, Vision Op.86 / Julius Andrejevas Fate, Ballade in Memory of Balys Dvarionas / Raminta Šerkšnytė Fantasy, Passacaglia
Birutė Vainiūnaitė (piano)
Vilnius Recording Studio VSCD-106, 2002

 


Juozas Rimas: Lietuviška auletika / Lithuanian Auletics
Vol.1: Algirdas Martinaitis Gija / Vytautas Juozapaitis Pastorale / Juozas Indra Largo / Julius Juzeliūnas Litanies / Antanas Račiūnas Sonatina No.1 / Jurgis Juozapaitis Aphrodite / Balys Dvarionas Scherzo / Feliksas Bajoras Elegy for Balys Dvarionas / Benjaminas Gorbulskis Concerto No.2 / Algirdas Martinaitis Musical Offering
Juozas Rimas (oboe), Vytautas Juozapaitis (musical saw) (2), Alfreda Rimienė (piano) (3, 5-7, 9), Vilnius String Quartet (11)
Vol.2: Vytautas Barkauskas Monologue, Intimate Composition / Vytautas Jurgutis Sonata / Antanas Rekašius Sonata / Osvaldas Balakauskas Nine Springs / Loreta Narvilaitė Your Eyelashes Touch the Lips of my Memories / Osvaldas Balakauskas Concerto / Raminta Šerkšnytė Adieu
Juozas Rimas (oboe), Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, cond. Saulius Sondeckis, Alfreda Rimienė (piano), Julius Andrejevas (harpsichord)
Lithuanian Music and Publishing Center LMIPC CD017-018, 2002

The oboist doesn't 'jazz away' the elements of the piece. Instead, he is so involved, so familiar with every detail and its significance in the 'construction' of the work, that one would think he wrote it himself... According to the situation - it gives a piercing, saxophone-like jazz flatness in Balakauskas' concerto, and in works by Barkauskas; is romantically harmonious, sinuous, and ‘glittering’ in Martinaitis' Gija (which seems absolutely silk-like); and has the simplicity of a Lithuanian birbynė in Juzeliūnas' Litanies.
Rita Nomicaitė, Muzikos barai

 


David Geringas: My Recollections
Vytautas Barkauskas Suite de concert Op. 98 / Bronius Kutavičius Rhythmus-Arhythmus / Anatolijus Šenderovas Due canti / Osvaldas Balakauskas Dal vento / Mindaugas Urbaitis Reminiscences
David Geringas (cello), Tatjana Schatz-Geringas (piano), Petras Geniušas (piano)
Dreyer.Gaido CD 21012, 2002

 


Anatolijus Šenderovas: Concerto in Do
Concerto in Do / Sonata for cello and percussion / Four pieces for cello and piano, Due Canti / Songs of Sulamite
David Geringas (cello), Tatjana Schatz-Geringas (piano), Zbignevas Žilionis (percussion), Geir Draugsvoll (accordion), Arkady Gotesman (percussion), Vilija Filmanavičienė (recorder), Pavelas Giunteris (percussion), Mark Pekarsky (percussion)
Dreyer.Gaido CD 21014, 2002

 


Ilya Kaler, violin: Barkauskas, Hindemith, Martinon, Prokofiev, Ysaye
Vytautas Barkauskas Partita for violin solo
Ilya Kaler (violin)
Ongaku Records 024-103, 2002

Kaler gives thoughtful accounts of the motivically related Prelude and Postlude of Barkauskas's serial Partita, mastering the Postlude's bowing effects with enviable facility. He plays the skittish Scherzo and folky moto perpetuo Toccata with rhythmic precision and characterises the contrasting episodes of the sombre central Grave with a real sense of drama. Here is a class act, assisted by a recording of commendable clarity and presence.
The Strad

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