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Rimša, Svilainis, Janulytė, Urbaitis, Vilkončius, Tamulionis, Bartulis, Šenderovas
Kristijonas Donelaitis 300th Birth Anniversary

Record company: „Vilnius“ State Choir
Year of publication: 2014
Media: CD
Duration: 68'27

State Choir Vilnius, conductor Povilas Gylys

Tracks

1. Linas Rimša. Beginning of the Year 5'19
Giunter Percussion ensemble, brass quintet
2. Giedrius Svilainis. Spring Sounds 4'26
Soloists: Ieva Skorubskaitė - soprano, Brigita Stanislauskaitė - soprano
3. Giedrius Svilainis. In a Circle of Seasons 9'43
Dainius Jozėnas - organ, brass quintet
4. Kristijonas Donelaitis. Poem “Oh Time Quickly Wanders Away” 1'42
Ramūnas Abukevičius - actor
5. Justė Janulytė. Ihr Schatten schneller Zeit 7'41
6. Mindaugas Urbaitis. Pričkus' Guidance 3'55
7. From a Fable of Kristijonas Donelaitis 0'51
Ramūnas Abukevičius - actor
8. Laimis Vilkončius. Shot 5'53
9. Jonas Tamulionis - Antonio Vivaldi. Seasons of the Year 9'51
Brass septet
10. From a Fable of Kristijonas Donelaitis 1'21
Ramūnas Abukevičius - actor
11. Vidmantas Bartulis. Sermon of Kristijonas Donelaitis for the Prussian Lithuanians 4'38
Vidmantas Bartulis - reciter, Rimvydas Auryla - kanklės, conductor Artūras Dambrauskas
12. Anatolijus Šenderovas. Eternal Circle of Being 13'01
Giunter Percussion ensemble, brass quintet


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