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Vykintas Baltakas: b(ell tree)


1. (co)ro(na) for ensemble 10:24
2. Pasaka for piano solo 05:15
3. Sinfonia for ensemble 03:25
4. b(ell tree)for string quartet 11:35
5. Ri for soprano and electronics 09:21
6. Poussla for ensemble and orchestra 14:47
7. Pasaka for piano and tape 08:43
8. Saxordionphonics for solo saxophone, accordion and orchestra 12:36

Total Time: 79:47

KAIROS-MUSIC
Catalogue No.: 0015004KAI
EAN Code: 9120040735043


Lietuviška kamerinė muzika 2016


VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Recitativo for Violin and Piano (2014)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Albina Šikšniūtė (pno)

JUSTINA REPEČKAITĖ - Rapid Eye Movements for Alto Fute, Horn, Violin and Cello (2014)
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

VYTAUTAS GERMANAVIČIUS - Cadenza for Violin and Accordion (2002)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Raimondas Sviackevičius (acc)

JUSTINA REPEČKAITĖ - Tapisserie for Flute, Clarinet, Piano, Violin and Violoncello (2014)
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Commentum for Violoncello and Piano (2011)
Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šikšniūtė (pno)



© LEN media, 2016


Ukrainos šiuolaikinė muzika

BORIS LYATOSHINSKY - Sonata for Violin and Piano (1926)
Rusnė Mataitytė (cln), Rytis Paulius Juškaitis (pro)

VITALY HODZIATSKY - Разрывы Плоскостей for Piano [1963]
Rytis Paulius Juškaitis (pro)

ANNA ARKUSHYNA - Körnung for Ensemble (2012–13), [Live]
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

MAXIM KOLOMIIETS - Re-Pulse for Oboe and Accordion (2012), [Live]
Roman Yusipey (acc), Robertas Beinaris (ob)

BOHDAN SEHIN - And the Sailors Enjoying the View of the Earth... for Accordion (2011)
Roman Yusipey (acc)

ANNA KORSUN - Undersurface for Ensemble (2012)
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

VICTORIA POLEVA - Null for Accordion (2005)
Roman Yusipey (acc)


© LEN media, 2016


Šiuolaikinės muzikos serija (Jungtinė Karalystė):
Philip Cashian & John Woolrich



PHILIP CASHIAN - Caprichos (2003) [For Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano] [Live]
Andrius Žiūra (cl), Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šiksniūtė (pno)

JOHN WOOLRICH - Adagissimo (1997) [For Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano] [Live]
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šiksniūtė (pno)

PHILIP CASHIAN - Six Pieces After Paintings by Ben Hartley (2006) [For Piano Solo] [Live]
Marija Grikevičiūtė (pno)

PHILIP CASHIAN - Music for the Night Sky (1999) [For Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano] [Live]
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Robertas Bliškevičius (vla), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šiksniūtė (pno)




© LEN media, 2016


CANTIO, kamerinė opera (2004)


Vykintas Baltakas, muzika
Sharon Lynn Joyce, tekstas
Erika Otto, German, vertimas į vokiečių k.

Vivian Lüdorf, Psel, skaitovas
Margret Giglinger, sopranas
Florian Feth, tenoras
Tobias Hagge, bosas
Thomas Weppel, Heiko Akrap, Rosa Jansen, Gabriele Stern, Martin Kiuntke (aktoriai)

L’ENsemble | Lietuvos Ansamblių Tinklas
Carl Faia, garso režisierius
Cornelia Heger, režisierė
Vykintas Baltakas, dirigentas

Garso įrašas: 14.01-17.01.2013, Konzerthaus Berlin, Werner-Otto-Saal
Prodiuseris: Rainer Pöllmann
Įrašas: Jens Schünemann, Hansjörg Seiler, Įrašo redakcija: Vykintas Baltakas

Bendra Kulturkontakte e.V., Konzerthaus Berlin ir festivalio Ultraschall produkcija

© LEN media, 2015
CD knygelė


HORIZONTAI 2009–1014

Šioje kompaktinėje plokštelėje, apibendrinant savo penkerių veiklos metų idėjas, LAT pristato įdomiausius 2009–2014 m. surengtų projektų įrašus.

OSVALDAS BALAKAUSKAS - Lietus Krokuvai (1991)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vno.), Aidas Puodžiukas (pno.)

LUCIANO BERIO - O, King (1968)
L’ENsemble, Rita Mačiliūnaitė (mezzo), Vykintas Baltakas (cond.)

VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Eine kleine Nachtmusik (2013)
Rusnė Mataitytė (violin)

VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Nichtstück (1996)
Andrius Žiūra (cl.), Laurynas Lapė (tp.), Liudas Mockūnas (s.sax.), Simonas Sipavičius (a.sax.)

MATTHIAS PINTSCHER - Svelto (2006)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vno), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc.), Albina Šikšniūtė (pno.)

WOLFGANG RIHM - Am Horizont. Stille Szene (1991)
Raimondas Sviackevičius (acc.), Rusnė Mataitytė (vno.), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc.)

© LEN media, 2015,
CD knygelė


Anton Lukoszevieze & Arturas Bumsteinas: Zarasai

This album is a live concert recording from an almost empty culture house, that took place in the city of Zarasai in 1946. Considering the historical context, the almost empty culture house is perhaps not surprising. This recording has been restored by Lithuanian Ensembles Network.

One can only guess that Zarasai was a duo, as it is not easy to tell from the reel-to-reel tapes that have survived from the tumultuous events of the XXth century. Some musicologists have stated that Zarasai wasn't a band at all but a recording engineer who travelled around Lithuania recording various musical events given by local amateur musicians. The engineer signed the tapes with the name Zarasai because this was the place he was from. The most frequent musicians to be heard inside the Zarasai tapes are Anton Lukoszevieze and Arturas Bumsteinas.

The Zarasai style, is perhaps unclassifiable, but one can sense traces of long forgotten Sutartines melancholia married to experimental lo-fi electronics and improvisatory abandon.



© LEN media, 2014

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Vykintas Baltakas: b(ell tree)


1. (co)ro(na) for ensemble 10:24
2. Pasaka for piano solo 05:15
3. Sinfonia for ensemble 03:25
4. b(ell tree)for string quartet 11:35
5. Ri for soprano and electronics 09:21
6. Poussla for ensemble and orchestra 14:47
7. Pasaka for piano and tape 08:43
8. Saxordionphonics for solo saxophone, accordion and orchestra 12:36

Total Time: 79:47

KAIROS-MUSIC
Catalogue No.: 0015004KAI
EAN Code: 9120040735043


Lithuanian chamber music 2016


VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Recitativo for Violin and Piano (2014)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Albina Šikšniūtė (pno)

JUSTINA REPEČKAITĖ - Rapid Eye Movements for Alto Fute, Horn, Violin and Cello (2014)
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

VYTAUTAS GERMANAVIČIUS - Cadenza for Violin and Accordion (2002)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Raimondas Sviackevičius (acc)

JUSTINA REPEČKAITĖ - Tapisserie for Flute, Clarinet, Piano, Violin and Violoncello (2014)
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Commentum for Violoncello and Piano (2011)
Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šikšniūtė (pno)



© LEN media, 2016


Contemporary music from Ukraine

BORIS LYATOSHINSKY - Sonata for Violin and Piano (1926)
Rusnė Mataitytė (cln), Rytis Paulius Juškaitis (pro)

VITALY HODZIATSKY - Разрывы Плоскостей for Piano [1963]
Rytis Paulius Juškaitis (pro)

ANNA ARKUSHYNA - Körnung for Ensemble (2012–13), [Live]
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

MAXIM KOLOMIIETS - Re-Pulse for Oboe and Accordion (2012), [Live]
Roman Yusipey (acc), Robertas Beinaris (ob)

BOHDAN SEHIN - And the Sailors Enjoying the View of the Earth... for Accordion (2011)
Roman Yusipey (acc)

ANNA KORSUN - Undersurface for Ensemble (2012)
LENsemble
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.

VICTORIA POLEVA - Null for Accordion (2005)
Roman Yusipey (acc)


© LEN media, 2016


Contemporary Music Series (United Kingdom): Philip Cashian & John Woolrich



PHILIP CASHIAN - Caprichos (2003) [For Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano] [Live]
Andrius Žiūra (cl), Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šiksniūtė (pno)

JOHN WOOLRICH - Adagissimo (1997) [For Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano] [Live]
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šiksniūtė (pno)

PHILIP CASHIAN - Six Pieces After Paintings by Ben Hartley (2006) [For Piano Solo] [Live]
Marija Grikevičiūtė (pno)

PHILIP CASHIAN - Music for the Night Sky (1999) [For Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano] [Live]
Rusnė Mataitytė (vln), Robertas Bliškevičius (vla), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc), Albina Šiksniūtė (pno)




© LEN media, 2016


CANTIO, chamber opera (2004)


Vykintas Baltakas, music
Sharon Lynn Joyce, text
Erika Otto, German translation

Vivian Lüdorf, Psel, narrator
Margret Giglinger, soprano
Florian Feth, tenor
Tobias Hagge, bass
Thomas Weppel, Heiko Akrap, Rosa Jansen, Gabriele Stern, Martin Kiuntke (actors)

L’ENsemble | Lietuvos Ansamblių Tinklas
Carl Faia, sound design
Cornelia Heger, stage director
Vykintas Baltakas, conductor

Recorded: 14.01-17.01.2013, Konzerthaus Berlin, Werner-Otto-Saal
Executive Producer: Rainer Pöllmann
Recording Supervisor: Jens Schünemann, Recording Engineer: Hansjörg Seiler, Revised by Vykintas Baltakas

Production: Kulturkontakte e.V. in Cooperation with Konzerthaus Berlin and Ultraschall, Festival of contemporary music

© LEN media, 2015
complete CD booklet


HORIZONS 2009–1014

This CD summarizes the most interesting events held by LEN in 2009–2014 and documents its best recordings.


OSVALDAS BALAKAUSKAS - Rain for Cracow (1991)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vno.), Aidas Puodžiukas (pno.) 

LUCIANO BERIO - O, King (1968)
L’ENsemble, Rita Mačiliūnaitė (mezzo), Vykintas Baltakas (cond.)

VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Eine kleine Nachtmusik (2013)
Rusnė Mataitytė (violin)

VYKINTAS BALTAKAS - Nichtstück (1996)
Andrius Žiūra (cl.), Laurynas Lapė (tp.), Liudas Mockūnas (s.sax.), Simonas Sipavičius (a.sax.)

MATTHIAS PINTSCHER - Svelto (2006)
Rusnė Mataitytė (vno), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc.), Albina Šikšniūtė (pno.)

WOLFGANG RIHM - Am Horizont. Stille Szene (1991)
Raimondas Sviackevičius (acc.), Rusnė Mataitytė (vno.), Edmundas Kulikauskas (vc.)

© LEN media, 2015
complete CD booklet


Anton Lukoszevieze & Arturas Bumsteinas: Zarasai

This album is a live concert recording from an almost empty culture house, that took place in the city of Zarasai in 1946. Considering the historical context, the almost empty culture house is perhaps not surprising. This recording has been restored by Lithuanian Ensembles Network.

One can only guess that Zarasai was a duo, as it is not easy to tell from the reel-to-reel tapes that have survived from the tumultuous events of the XXth century. Some musicologists have stated that Zarasai wasn't a band at all but a recording engineer who travelled around Lithuania recording various musical events given by local amateur musicians. The engineer signed the tapes with the name Zarasai because this was the place he was from. The most frequent musicians to be heard inside the Zarasai tapes are Anton Lukoszevieze and Arturas Bumsteinas.

The Zarasai style, is perhaps unclassifiable, but one can sense traces of long forgotten Sutartines melancholia married to experimental lo-fi electronics and improvisatory abandon.



© LEN media, 2014

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